The watch does not know, you have to know and set the date accordingly. Pull out the crown out lightly (position1) but not all the way (position2, setting the time). At this point, you can change the calendar by turning the crown. To know if the hands are in AM or PM mode, you may find it useful to set the calendar a day before the actual date because you can change to the actual date by advancing the hands.......I mean how does the watch know if there are 30 or 31 days in the month?
You may get lucky but DHL is known to bill you for after your shipment.My MO arrived today (Friday the 24th) at my unit in Toronto. It was sent on Friday the 17th using DHL. No additional payment required.
When ordering I requested that the watch be sent using DHL, which was no problem.
DHL is the German equivalent of Canada Post, in this context it's not the same company or shipping process as DHL Courier. I've had my last several purchases sent by DHL over FedEx and all have been delivered by Canada Post with the hand off between the national carriers occurring at customs entry. Coincidentally Canada Post also has decided not to assess taxes or duties on any of those shipments, however that's more luck of the draw than anything else, had CP charged tax/duty I would have paid it.You may get lucky but DHL is known to bill you for after your shipment.
Did you go with the hand wind or auto? How are you liking it so far?My fourth Stowa, a Partitio with black face, just arrived today by Canada Post via DHL.
Five days. No direct or indirect fees assessed, no money-grubbing "brokerage" charges, no rapacious taxes on taxes, in two words: NO FEDEX!
Thanks Stowa. Thanks DHL…