With all due respect to the wise and learned Paneristi of this site, I have to start my admitting that I never thought much of Panerai. Too big, too showy, etc. etc. etc., you've heard what people say, I don't need to repeat it. But last spring I took the
995 is the way to go if you want an automatic, but no automatic dial.... the other big plus is the domed sapphire. No other variant (45mm 1940 seconds with micro rotor) has it.... One Con could be; I believe you have a 911 and that would be two green dial
Dear Fellow purists , I have a Panerai Pam 512 with a winding movement . It has P999 hand cranked movement . The thing is that when I pull the crown it does not stop/hack. Is it normal for this movement ? Many watches I have from other brands hack. Any in
I think most Panerai enthusiasts who spend time on forums like this are traditionalists, which is why we tend to primarily see the 'historic' watches like the 372, 587, 000, etc with great regularity. The Due line likely appeals to the first-time Panerai
My wife and I looked for a watch for her for close to a year! Same experience - every salesperson wanted to show her a watch from the ladies collection that was bejeweled, had a MOP dial, etc. She kept telling them she wanted something 'clean' and 'simple
I\'ll be very curious to see what people say about the new line, particularly following the PAM512 and PAM574 models, both in the same 42mm size, the new ones being 1mm thinner than the older ones (10.5mm vs 11.5mm). (I was a bit surprised to learn the 51
Thanks so much Ken! Here's a photo that shows the sizing of the watch. Right wrist is pam512 the 42mm radiomir 1940. I think I made the right choice between the two and I'm still super excited about my new acquisition.