Steinhart Watch Drop?
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Would anyone else like to see a drop from Steinhart pilots watches? Those things are beautiful and hover around $400 for a swiss movement, you can't beat them and I bet there could be a pretty good deal there as they really only sell online. Man, I just think these things look perfect and you can't beat that value...you have to start looking at Stowa or IWC to get there and that is in the $1500+ range
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Honeybeeharbour
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Aug 13, 2020
A 36 - 40 mm pilots watch with 24 hour time and day date complications would be great.
defg
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Jul 14, 2019
I've love a 44 mm titanium model with a sterile dial.
emember556
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Jul 2, 2019
Sounds good.
Adventure_Begins
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Jun 22, 2019
Of course.
RayF
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Jun 18, 2019
Learn to recognize the seven warning signs of Steinhart-Syndrome--before it's too late!
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uubbbrr
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Jun 11, 2019
I'd love to see a diver from them that didn't have any of the "Ocean One" text or other lines on the bottom of the watch. How they use 4 different fonts on the watch face is really off-putting to me.
akiikaru
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Jun 10, 2019
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Good watch...
arislan
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Jun 5, 2019
So Steinharts to a lot of custom and collabs. Seems like a good fit for Drop given they do so many collabs. Lots of Gnomon X Steinhart only models. With the new 39mm platform for Steiny divers, would be good for Drop to do a 39mm vintage ocean GMT or a 39mm Pan am GMT...
michaelblin
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Jun 3, 2019
I discover Steinhart not a long time ago. A friend have some Watch from this brand. Good quality. I decide to follow and to buy them  2 Watchs, a flyer and a diver. If Mass Drop give us opportunity why not buy here.
Caet49
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Apr 12, 2019
Not into the steinhart....hope they Will do it on the Laco brand instead .....those are one of the first brands to make pilots watches together with IWC etc.
RayF
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May 13, 2019
Not likely; either way. As I recently discovered, if you want a new one, the only option is to pay full MSRP--even used, they hold their value better than most watches in that price range. When you get right down to it, they're actually a pretty good value priced as-is; meaning one could certainly pay more for the same quality Steinhart provides.
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