Platinum, 99 pieces. Good luck. ;)

Nov 24, 2022,20:56 PM

  login to reply

Comments: view entire thread


What is the equivalent?

 By: Ted O : November 24th, 2022-16:41
Own a 2002 Panerai Luminor 127, what would you says is it’s “equivalent” in terms of history/significance in a Radiomir model and why? Something like a 587, or other?

I'm in love!

 By: Chronometer (aka yacomino) : November 24th, 2022-20:52

No wonder we don’t see it often!

 By: Chronometer (aka yacomino) : November 24th, 2022-22:04

And the price!

 By: amanico : November 24th, 2022-22:21

Ah yes that too I guess for a PAM!

 By: Chronometer (aka yacomino) : November 24th, 2022-23:36

Another one: Panerai PAM 399.

 By: amanico : November 24th, 2022-17:00

Panerai Radiomir 1938 PAM 232

 By: Bill : November 24th, 2022-18:22
At 47mm this Special Edition fits the bill perfectly. It is roughly the same era 2006 and still has the old school feel. ...  

My favorites to this day are still the original California dial (249) and the original composite (339).

 By: houstonian : November 24th, 2022-18:29
The 339 is one of the very few with “Marina Militare”, just make sure you find one that didn’t have problems with the composite material. Links below.

+1 on the composite issues.

 By: amanico : November 24th, 2022-18:49

If the Fiddy is a modern version of the 6152/1

 By: MilDiver : November 24th, 2022-18:38
Going Radiomir should be a modern version for 3646 i.e 47mm Radiomir case with hour/min only (no date) and one of the dial versions: Cali or 3-6-9-12.

Great answer!

 By: amanico : November 24th, 2022-18:49

Thanks dear

 By: MilDiver : November 25th, 2022-14:08