Stowa Antea 390

Stowa Antea 390

Besides Switzerland, Japan and Germany are watch powerhouses as well. The later makes some amazing timepieces in both the tool and dress categories. These Stowa automatic watches have bled hands, a classic no frills dial and a date at the 6'oclock region rather than the classic 3. A simple silver case with sharp lines and a classic black leather band rounds out what I'd call a perfect segway piece for the newcomer.

  • A very historicaly inspired watch. The Airman Original hews as close as possible to the original 'Fleiger' watch style - the specially issued watches given to pilots in WWII. The movement is a beautiful manual wind with a swan ... A very historicaly inspired watch. The Airman Original hews as close as possible to the original 'Fleiger' watch style - the specially issued watches given to pilots in WWII. The movement is a beautiful manual wind with a swan neck regulator, blued screws and guiloche patterns. All dial markings are applied with an extremely effective luminescent. The watch is available with or without the Stowa logo and in an automatic version that is COSC certified. Because of this watches popularity you have to be put on a wait-list for delivery. Current orders are expected to arrive by 2010 (I know, yikes.) 850 Euro.

  • Stowa is one of the increasingly visible German watchmakers. They distinguish themselves in 2 ways, however - they have actually been around since 1927 and they make AFFORDABLE watches without compromising quality. The Marine ... Stowa is one of the increasingly visible German watchmakers. They distinguish themselves in 2 ways, however - they have actually been around since 1927 and they make AFFORDABLE watches without compromising quality. The Marine Original is a classic and one which has to be seen to be fully appreciated. A ceramic white dial, beautifully blued hands and a gorgeous caseback let you see the very well produced manual-wind ETA, COSC movement. 690 Euro. Also available in an automatic version and with roman numerals.