I recently got the 39mm version, as even 42mm is too big for my tiny wristMy every day watch since 2 years : a Laco Aachen 42, here with a Stowa strap, I've also got the original strap, and a "pilot strap" but they are a bit bigger and not as easy to wear every day. I love this design.
I might buy a "pilot strap" from Laco further down the track, the new flat thin rivet strap just not my thing.
Would love to get one of the "Original" one day, but hard to justify spending $1k on a watch...........
I only have their Russian "cousin", I posted the photos of them a few pages back I think.For the moment it is still out of budget for me... But here is the chronograph I would love to own before the price goes up too much (it is a limited edition).
I can't afford an original Hanhart or Tutima chronograph, and I simply won't dare to wear it... so I think the best alternative is this modern Tutima (limited edition 1941).
The dimensions are the same as the original chronographs unlike the modern Hanhart.
Anyway, is the price still going go? Many years ago Hanhart and Tutima raised the price of these watches by $1k overnight "just because", if I weren't going to buy one ar $2k, I definitely not buying one at $3k