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Curious how the prodiver May fit a 6.75" (flattish)wrist?



I suspect it may be too big and blocky for me, but one can hope…!
Just going by wrist size I would say it's fine but it's more than just wrist size. My wrist is 7 and 1/4 which isn't much bigger than yours but I'm a big guy in general so chunkier watches work okay for me but if you are 5 feet tall and lanky it might not be the best option.
 

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Hey folks!

Curious how the prodiver May fit a 6.75" (flattish)wrist?



I suspect it may be too big and blocky for me, but one can hope…!
Here's mine on 7.25 if that's any help (probably not, but thanks for reminding me about my Prodiver, as I hadn't worn it for ages :) )

This is one of my favourite watches and has been with me on many dives in the past. This model and the bracelet are titanium, so the whole thing is incredibly light weight. Love it!
 

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The more I look at it the less I like it.

From another post: The Prodiver Vintage 95 Limited may appeal to some guys but it does not appeal to me. It‘s a mix-up of Esslinger dyna dots (never appealed to me), radium lume (nothing new but here too fat) and a borrowing from former Prodiver models. „Vintage“ most likely refers to the use of old radium lume which should underline the „vintage flair“ or „vintage character“. But the Prodiver never ever featured a „vintage flair“. The predecessor was a modern interpretation of the 1960s Seatime which Stowa developed together with a couple of forum members (2003/2004).
Longtime Stowaristi will remember that the Stowa Seatime became the „Seatime Prodiver“ after Greg Bottle gave some recommendations to make the Seatime a Prodiver, a modern diver.

Quote 2005: „Here at Stowa we not only create beautiful timepieces that are worn and treasured by our customers, we also provide them with a watch that is practical, durable and designed to do the job it was intended for.
With this in mind and the success of our robust seatime sports watch series, we decided we wanted to go one step further and produce the ultimate dive watch, a professional dive watch for divers. To make sure we got this watch just right we went to a designer who is not only a watch enthusiast, but who is also a very experienced diver with many years of experience.
The challenge was not only to create a watch that performed under extreme conditions and fulfilled divers needs, but also to create a beautiful watch that could be worn everyday and would be treasured by it’s owner.“

Now, to celebrate the 95th anniversary and out of a sudden, there is a Prodiver Vintage. What the h….?

Happy to own the white one:

Clock Measuring instrument Font Circle Wood
 
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