Stowa Flieger Classic 40 Baumuster - Hand Wind

2 months ago
Price
$795.00
Brand
Stowa
Seller
Rickster27b
Available on
WatchUSeek
Location
Mid Coast Maine USA
Description

Stowa Flieger Classic 40 Baumuster
- Hand Wind
The watch is in excellent condition. .
less than a year old, still under Stowa Warranty. -
I cannot find any
dings or scratches on this piece
please see photos. . The watch works as it should.
The Sapphire case back shows the Eta 2804-2 Hand Wind movement in all its glory.
The Superluminova C3
is really bright!
Stowa is one of only 5 companies that made this type Flight watch during World War Two. This
model, Flieger Classic Baumuster B,
has a black Type B (or bomber) dial with large minutes.
This is a classic timepiece watch with a direct lineage going all the way back to the very genesis of the Flieger design.
These are essentially handmade watches
the movement is hand assembled by Stowa.
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Case Diameter: 40,00mm
Height: 10,20mm (quite thin and fits under my shirt cuff)
Strap width: 20,00mm
Lug-to-Lug size: 48,60mm
Waterproof: up to 5ATM
Weight: 70 gr. (with leather strap)
Case: Stainless steel, fine matt, ground by hand
Dial:black matt, white printed, Superluminova C3
Hands:Temperature-blued steel,
Superluminova C3
Movement Caliber:ETA 2804-2, top version with heat treated blued screws
Mechanism: mechanical, Hand Wind ETA 2804-2
Temperature-blued steel hands, hands and numerals on dial with Superluminova C3
Screwed case back,
onion style crown.
This watch comes in Stowa metal case with original strap (just broken in) and warranty card.Firm Price: $795 - includes shipped (CONUS only) and PayPal fee.
Payment: Regular PayPal only, (I do not accept PayPal gift) ( I ship only to confirmed PayPal address)
Thanks for looking,
Rick
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