Pam 2A from 1997????

Jul 30, 2020,08:52 AM

Would love to see this come back! Would you?

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Try PAM 372. It is waiting for you.

 By: amanico : July 30th, 2020-08:55

44 mm case. [nt]

 By: amanico : July 30th, 2020-09:11

I had several 47mm back in the day, and at the time I thought they worked.

 By: Jay (Eire) : July 30th, 2020-15:50
I will say that while they didn’t have the overhang that many smaller watches do, looking back I was like that guy Flava Flav. When I look at it now, even the 44mm is a stretch for me. But it’s doable.

It is beautiful

 By: Cookies : July 30th, 2020-09:31
Simplicity at it’s best.

You can try this

 By: iulianbutum : July 30th, 2020-09:43

Very nice [nt]

 By: aperna : July 30th, 2020-09:56

Too bad! [nt]

 By: amanico : July 30th, 2020-10:04

I think the new 914 deserves a look too if you like the 8 days power reserve

 By: India Whiskey Charlie : July 30th, 2020-10:20 Factory image ...  

A Keeper [nt]

 By: aperna : July 30th, 2020-11:48

That's a BBQ 360...

 By: sergio : July 30th, 2020-20:26
L.E. for Paneristi

I like this

 By: ripper444 : July 30th, 2020-12:25
Not a big fan of PVD though but cool watch

This is shiny steel

 By: Brandon Skinner : July 30th, 2020-15:15
But I can see how you thought it was PVD from the photo. PAM 9 is the PVD counterpart.

Well then i Love it! [nt]

 By: ripper444 : July 30th, 2020-15:55

With Tritium??? ABSOLUTELY!!! [nt]

 By: Brandon Skinner : July 30th, 2020-15:13

Like this?

 By: amanico : July 30th, 2020-16:36
Or this? ...  


 By: Brandon Skinner : July 30th, 2020-19:42
That’ll do!

Perfect strap pairing. [nt]

 By: Jay (Eire) : July 30th, 2020-15:44

2A from 1998.....

 By: sergio : July 30th, 2020-20:19
2Pre-A from 1997. The one in the picture, it it's not the light and IS a PVD case is a 9A

2Pre-A - 1997.....

 By: sergio : July 30th, 2020-20:40