It is probably because there aren't very many out there. I think the current annual production is limited to 500 pieces.Hi PoliceDog,
I have my eye on this also, they have a very "precision" look to them. Don't see too much about them in the forums, but IMHO one of the most technically visual watches out there.
No such luck - I'm in T.O. with the ice and snow and howling winds! :-|:-|:-| I'd much rather be sitting in PJ's Oyster Bar in IRB with some U-Peel Shrimp and a frosty Bud! ;-)"....Hope your in Clearwater and not Toronto! Weather is amazing here although it's supposed to cool off this weekend. It's like 80 right now.
You may have a look at the Schauer Sport Stop(does Schauer make a "diver"? This is my second reincarnation as a watch collector and I promised my wife that this time there would be no stratospherically priced "dress" watches.... )
Finally cooled a bit here, low 50's tonight. Crazy pic of your driveway! The 9 is nice also, but I think you lose some of the clean design. Very cool with the extra complications though, and very nice. Still #10 or #12 for me, as you say, when the time comes.Had another look and I think it will be Kulisse 09 for me (when the time comes).
There´s probably no market because nobody wants to sell his Schauer. You have to check the sales corners of watch releated fora on a daily basis. I remember a Sport Stop was sold here on WUS lately.Is there a market anywhere for used Schauers? I can't seem to find any anywhere. Probably due to the limited production mentioned earlier.