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Nice watches, but I don't see them in Stowa's future. Till date Stowa has only released watches (homages) related to their own history (and I hope they will keep doing so in the future ;-))
 

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Nice watches, but I don't see them in Stowa's future. Till date Stowa has only released watches (homages) related to their own history (and I hope they will keep doing so in the future ;-))
Good point, Micha! :-!
 
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Nice watches, but I don't see them in Stowa's future. Till date Stowa has only released watches (homages) related to their own history (and I hope they will keep doing so in the future ;-))
Yep, let´s hope Jörg will keep it that way.
 

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Yep, let´s hope Jörg will keep it that way.

It does not seem to me the MO is part of Stowa's tradition :think: .
It is an istant classic model, common to many brands, that had been developed in the :gold best way by Jorg, but I do not think it was in the Stowa range in the past. Maybe I'm wrong.
So this pilot's model...
 

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It does not seem to me the MO is part of Stowa's tradition :think: .
It is an istant classic model, common to many brands, that had been developed in the :gold best way by Jorg, but I do not think it was in the Stowa range in the past. Maybe I'm wrong.
Stowa produced the original of the MO in 1940, at that time as a deck watch (pocketwatch). :)

Here is a picture (from the Stowa website), the original MO is the one on the right:

 

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:oops: sorry, Martin, I didn't know... I apologize!!!
Ok, you got me :)
:thanks
 
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