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I have committed may i know when i will be charged ? any confirmaiton will be send?
Have one of these from another drop, quality is very good...
I have a small wrist but it wears very nice. It is big but looks smaller in real life than the specs would indicate. Hard for me now to wear a small watch again. Gets lots of great comments wherever I go.
It is a beautiful watch and was gonna pull the trigger but 47 is huge.
I bought this watch (The Arado Spirit) on the last drop and I LOVE this watch. It is fantastic quality and wears like a much more expensive watch. I had an issue with the crown becoming unscrewed and contacted Panzera directly. They were very responsive and helpful despite being across the world. LOVE IT.
Are Panzera made in Australia?
CheapDeals
Yes and they are in Sydney Australia.
Prefer the nav-b design (like in this drop) over nav-a. IWC would be my choice with authenticity tho
Dennisjeweller
Iwc is the one that produced the less Fliegers out of the original brands as it came in the game late towards the end of the war, and they produced only b dials. For authenticity, better to go stowa or Laco in my opinion
Why does everyone want a watch the size of a wall clock these days?
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The Steinhart Nav B Uhr is an awesome piece. I have the 44mm Type A automatic and it is one of my favorites. For Type B dials Inalso have the Geckota version in 44mm And the Orient Pilot 42mm; both of those are interpretations of a Type B dial and both have their inherent charms.
AbnerCKemp
Fliegers are large as a rule . Laco makes a 55 mm.
Nice design, like day and date function. Diamond crown is authentic to flieger design I think?
Better Fliegers out there can be had at this price point. The Steinhart Nav B-Uhr comes to mind....
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Not sure, that's the only place I know of. I can get the one I want for about 427 USD shipped.
Gnomon Watches is the only authorized Steinhart dealer I know of. They have a web store too. I bought my Nav B Type A auto and the Ocean 1 500 Titanium direct from Steinhart though.
I can't get into the diamond crown.
Tissel has changed from a hammer crown to a diamond crown on their (more authentic than these) fliegers, and I hate it.
would it be inappropriate for me to invite you all to join us at the Pilot Watch Social Club? https://www.facebook.com/BigPilot1904/
I love the watch, wish it were 42mm instead of 47mm, as such chicken-wrist says no-no!
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The original "flieger" watches were actually considerably larger, 55mm if memory is serving me correctly, so as to be easily and quickly read. Maybe they didn't look out of place when worn over the cuff of a flight jacket, but can be gargantuan on the average unclothed wrist. That said, a quick web search will turn up a number of companies producing flieger-style watches in 42mm as well as larger and smaller sizes, from under $100 USD to several thousand dollars. Cheers!
JTrubs
Yup, the original ones which were, as you mention, regularly worn on top of a flight jacket. Am trying to imagine a 55mm dial on my 6.7 inches wrist... I think people will be entitled to call it a "pocketable wrist-table" rather than a watch! :p

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