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post #3841 of 48312
Does anyone know of a watch that emulates this vintage submarine clock? The Stowa Marine Original Matte is close (and the right size and price), but I prefer a black case, and more "ornate" font.

Thanks.

http://www.westsea.com/tsg3/itemlock...cker/13-11.JPG
post #3842 of 48312
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An AssMan, huh?

Lol, I wanted it just for the name
post #3843 of 48312
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Does anyone know of a watch that emulates this vintage submarine clock? The Stowa Marine Original Matte is close (and the right size and price), but I prefer a black case, and more "ornate" font. Thanks. http://www.westsea.com/tsg3/itemlock...cker/13-11.JPG
Something like these? http://cgi.ebay.com/Vintage-1940-USS...item35a5aee91e http://cgi.ebay.com/ELGIN-GENERAL-PE...item4a9d03c201 http://cgi.ebay.com/Glashutte-System...item4a9d122879
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post #3845 of 48312
I recently bought a watch and the lug width is 18mm. I want to get a brown leather strap, but it's hard to find 18mm straps that will fit my 6.15" wrist. Will an average 7.5" strap fit my wrist? Will even a 6.5" strap fit my wrist? I really can't figure it out. I've been looking at thewatchprince.com but they have very limited 18mm short straps. Any suggestions?
post #3846 of 48312
Thread Starter 
Custom order. ABP or Camille Fournet for high end. Banda for lower price.
post #3847 of 48312
this man's got balls!
post #3848 of 48312
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Custom order. ABP or Camille Fournet for high end. Banda for lower price.

Thanks, I'll look into them.
post #3849 of 48312
ABP is good, service was nice at the Paris store. I will say that they are overpriced for the quality.
post #3850 of 48312
Nothin' like a self-gift.........



post #3851 of 48312
How about B-Type dial?







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Nothin' like a self-gift.........



post #3852 of 48312
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Nothin' like a self-gift.........




I love it.

It sucks that the only IWC that works on my wrist is the DaVinci and I don't care for that watch.
post #3853 of 48312
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Nope, definitely not. The 38.5mm version is ideal for my (7 inch diameter) wrist. Like all Nomos, though not to the extent of the Tangente types, the Club wears large compared to its size - and don't forget the lugs are very long on this perfect wristwatch.

How do you find any watch for your enormous wrist?
post #3854 of 48312
my self-gift, collected today. bought it used with all the bits for a great price

what do you think of the strap? any ideas for others? ive bought a khaki nato from singular's site, as i've seen that combo before. or maybe a bond..
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post #3855 of 48312
great looking explorer. try a grey maratac nato. they grey really looks great with the lighter
904L steel (I wear my Sea Dweller exclusively on the grey maratac nato). also, the matte finish on the maratac hardwear looks great. the explorer would prolly look pretty great with a black or brown leather/croc strap.
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