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Was perusing the Stowa website and went to the Voucher section and came across a pure silver cube with the Stowa logo on it for sale called the Stowa Silver Cube. Anyone else seen this? Thoughts?
 

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Damn, I got a Stowa Seatime Black Forest LE earlier this year and totally missed that. Would have been a fun little paperweight, though it’s quite a premium over the metal value. However, for 49ish euros I probably would have added it to my order.
 

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Damn, I got a Stowa Seatime Black Forest LE earlier this year and totally missed that. Would have been a fun little paperweight, though it’s quite a premium over the metal value. However, for 49ish euros I probably would have added it to my order.
Was thinking pretty much the same as you. A bit pricey compared to current silver prices but a relatively inexpensive piece and a nice souvenir.
 

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I dont really see the point if them....but I’d also be lying if I said I didn't want one... :LOL: Next time I order a strap I may get one just for the fun of it. Cool little collectable.
 
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I'd be happy with a simple 1 oz ingot at spot price but I understand the appeal for Stowa fans. Imagine what that would cost if it were a Rolex cube or Patek?!?!?!
 

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I dont really see the point if them....but I’d also be lying if I said I didn't want one... :LOL: Next time I order a strap I may get one just for the fun of it. Cool little collectable.
Exactly.

Also wondering why it's buried under the Vouchers section.
 
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