Thank you Mike for this fast answer! And Bryan23, new reviews are always welcome if you receive your watch ;-)https://www.watchuseek.com/f367/imp...ered-augsburg-2241241.html?highlight=Augsburg
Yeah, it is a very high quality watch....In fact, I do not understand why people would by Fliegers from companies other than the original companies like Laco.nice! i've been wearing the past two days and haven't got any problem. the lume is awesome. great looking leather too.
yes, laco has proven themselves great. there is no stopping for me to get the second one from them!Yeah, it is a very high quality watch....In fact, I do not understand why people would by Fliegers from companies other than the original companies like Laco.
And yeah, the strap is great!
Ah thanks for the reply, I guess only the more expensive Laco with Swiss movements have the heat blued hands.Matte black would be my description. L2L is about 50mm. One member measured 50,5 but I am not sure 50,5 is correct.
That's correct. Our "original" pilot watches have the blued hands, the others like the "Augsburg" have only mat black hands filled with Superluminova.Ah thanks for the reply, I guess only the more expensive Laco with Swiss movements have the heat blued hands.
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That's a lovely group of watches.Love my Augsburg! It was my first automatic watch and I wore it for 2 years everyday. I ended up changing out the strap for a Di Modell pilot style riveted strap and it looks great! I probably wear it 70% of the time over my other two watches.
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That's a lovely group of watches.
After about 2-3 months thinking about it, I've basically got my heart set on the same Laco. But I've got one question, the dial indices seem to have a greenish tinge. Depending on which photo you look at the intensity varies. Is it white with slight greenish tinge; or basically green?
It makes a difference, I'm not sure if I would like it too green.