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• Circa 1968-1972 (serial number confirms 1969 when checked with Stowa)
• diameter 38mm
• height 12mm
• movement Durowe 7525/2 INT, 21.600b/h
• Non rotating bezel
• Mineral crystal
Photo with original worn crown (plating worn off)
Photo by mike stuffler at WUS of his original which hass a replacement crown
Watch looks good and fits well. A bit smaller than my more modern Stowa Seatime and Prodivers but I like the feel of this one a bit better.
Original Bracelet which I have found to have been used by several brands in the late 60s.
Clasp is easy to use. Re-sizing was pretty simple even for an old guy like me.
Movement - movement Durowe 7525/2 INT, 21.600b/h
http://www.ranfft.de/cgi-bin/bidfun-db. ... owe_7525_2
At 12mm in height the watch is not overly bulky as many are today.
What it looks like on the wrist -
Final impressions of the watch..... if you can find one like this and Stowa appeals to you, buy one.
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