The bronze was always a no-go for me but I'd like to see the Marine variants with Roman numeral hour markers lose the Arabic numerals for 10-second increments on the small-seconds subdial. I think those watches, bronze or not, with an unadorned subdial would be killer.
The Arabic hour marker watches should still keep the numbered seconds because they already look great.
EDIT: I get that the design harkens back to vintage marine clocks, including some of Stowa's own. I still don't like it.
Not much into the bronze trend for watches but this piece is gorgeous! Leave it to Jorg to take a current trend and make it look new and vintage at the same time without looking like he's trying to make it look vintage. Not the style I'm into at the moment but beautiful watch! Looks like genuine NOS from the 50's in a modern size.
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