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I was hesitating since the introduction of the Prodiver. Shall I or shall I not pull the trigger? :-SO|

Finally I went for and recieved my wonderful piece of handcraft. I was well impressed when I got my first Seatime, nearly one year ago.
I've to say the Prodiver is slightly topping this positive impression.
IT IS JUST MASSIVE ! :gold
I think a hammer in my the toolbox is heavier then this piece of watch :-D

Greetings to all from a happy man.
 

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Way to go Costix!!!!!!!!!:gold
Very nice.... I too am pulling the trigger, on a dark blue face, PD
I like the plain bezel, looks sharp.
Great pics woudllove to see some more, on wrist maybe?
Robert
 

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Way to go Costix!!!!!!!!!:gold
Very nice.... I too am pulling the trigger, on a dark blue face, PD
I like the plain bezel, looks sharp.
Great pics woudllove to see some more, on wrist maybe?
Robert
Thanks a lot to everybody!

Robert,
the plain bezel but also the stainless steel bracelet was a compromise (or shall I say "self-justification" to order the Prodiver), taken from Seatime.
Due to the other Seatimes I kept a "spare parts depot" for bezels, straps etc. my goal was the Prodiver itself and not even more straps, bezel or the rubber band.
Highly appreciated was Jörg's flexibility |> and understanding |> that I'm keen for his watches only.
Obviously an advantage is that in general everything of a Seatime fits to a Prodiver.
 

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Great colour combo. You will love the Stowa and enjoy every minute wearing it.
Best regards
Andy
 
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