Luminor, Marina Militare, Radiomir Panerai, no wording at all... These are the main dials. Black and brown, small seconds or base, California indices or classic, baton hands, or blued, or pencil... Here is the DNA of the brand. Enjoy, Nicolas
The whole Pre Vendome collection in blue prints. 5218-201/A Logo. 5218-202/A Marina Militare: 5218-203/A: Luminor Marina: 5218-205/A: Submersible Slytech: 5218-207/A: Daylight Slytech: 5218-209/A: Logo. 5218-210/A: Luminor Marina: 5218-218/A: Black Seal S
And the Luminor is far and away the most desired of all Panerai because of the crown guard albeit I own several with wire lugs and two 1940 cases. Personally I do not like the 8 day reserve indicator even though I own the 317 and I really dislike the ‘too
in brushed titanium, 44mm, Luminor, Anthracite, black sub-seconds, and OP VIII movement (a modified Valjoux 7750). It comes out of storage from time to time and it's been on the wrist for a couple of weeks... like an old friend. Thanks for looking... Case
Limited to 100 pieces, issued in 2014 for the Hong Kong Market. Same dial and hands than the PAM 372, with a different luminous treatment for the hours markers, AND... A superb Khaki Green canvas strap. Best, Nicolas
I had been a member of the very old stand alone Panerai forum... and big fan of Walt Odets (on a different forum)... even took his online watch course Part I & II. When "Paneristi" joined up with "The PuristS", pre-PuristsPro days, I moved onto the ol
Sandwich dial or not, pencil hands or not, light caramel or black, Luminor Panerai, or Radiomir Panerai, or Marina Militare, gilt or white wording... Even the size and the thickness of the wording is not the same. At the end, three different characters...