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    Stowa Prodiver Olymp Bronze

    Stowa has teased a new variation of the Prodiver. It appears to have a bronze bezel insert, but no details yet on whether it is a bronze colored insert or an actual bronze insert that will patina with age.

    The rendering(?) looks nice and I am looking forward to seeing actual photos once it is officially announced.

    -Brian

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    Really nice.
    I saw this one on OT.

    The ProDiver Olymp Series includes a choice of bronze, silver and gold bezels.


    I like the contrast between bezel and case.
    But I am not a big fan of titanium cases
    Regards Phil

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    Quote Originally Posted by deCompression View Post
    Really nice.
    I saw this one on OT.

    The ProDiver Olymp Series includes a choice of bronze, silver and gold bezels.


    I like the contrast between bezel and case.
    But I am not a big fan of titanium cases
    I hope they use an actual silver bezel that will patina over time.

    I do like a titanium case on a chunky diver. It will be interesting to see how the different bezels look on the titanium case though.
    -Brian

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    I think they were giving one away. I tried to enter, but I don't think it worked.
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    Quote Originally Posted by FuzzyB View Post
    I hope they use an actual silver bezel that will patina over time.

    It looks like my wish came true on this one. The silver and gold are actually sterling silver and 18k gold. And the bronze is solid bronze.

    The Prodiver Olymp has a rotating bezel made of solid bronze (please note that this part will get a nice patina over time). We also offer this bezel in solid silver 925/000 and solid gold 750/000. Any other Prodiver watch, no matter which dial or hand combination, can be equipped with these bezels. The titanium case with helium valve is waterproof up to 3300 feet. For many years, STOWA has been successfully developing sports watches. The model Prodiver won four times in a row the vote for the best diving watches on watchtime.net. (2013, 2014, 2015 and 2016). Read the whole story about the STOWA sports watches further down on this page.
    -Brian

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