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    Traded: Stowa Partitio

    Traded, thanks

    A well done affordable watch with a proven ETA engine (2801 Handwound) and cool retro styling.

    From the Stowa website:

    "The classic elegant three-hand watch is based on a 1930's model, a time when clearly designed
    (influenced by Bauhaus) functional dials prevailed.

    The minute- and second dial is exceedingly fine - divided in smallest partitions - which explains the name of the model: Partitio.

    The crown and the buckle are engraved with the STOWA Logo."

    They are right on all counts. Comes with Stowa kit (lock box) and docs

    Asking $550 shipped CONUS or possible trade for something in the same price range....but sale takes priority. PM w/ questions

    Very legible dial that has an eggshell texture and "syringe" hands:

    Step back and see the whole watch....notice the sweep and has no this small feature. I don't think I've seen it before, or at least not very often.

    Here it is on my 7.5 wrist:

    The lume is actually pretty good. Lasts through the night after the initial charge

    Signed crown has deep logo:

    Last edited by rockmastermike; May 5, 2015 at 01:04 AM.

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