So much presence, weight and character when on the wrist and SO different feel from my 995 which i love! I thought getting a second PAM would simply give me more of the same (which i already like) but I am floored how much these two references brings a po
The icon have left the box but the rest of the goodies is there. Those you knows about Panerai can easy figure it out which model this special box is for when there is a spare crystal at the side. Yes finally I've got the iconic Panerai 372. The original
Back in the day post Vendome these three watches where and the start of the push. It was a time when we all had to get on the wait list and everyone waited kindly. I used to know all the reference model at the time. Slowly moving ahead 10 years it got to
I loved the dial when I viewed the first pictures in Internet and I have it in my wish list. I would like to see it in the metal first. I own a Pam 557 Destro and imagine this one is very similar. Though I am right handed I find the Destro versions very i
This one did catch my eye when I first saw it, especially as I’ve always been intrigued by the fact that Panerai has destro models. As I’m ambidextrous (by training since youth) I feel just as comfortable wearing watches on either wrist. I actually used t
This type of post brings up the old great debate. No one considers changing the rims on a car as somehow making the car fake. Yet the dial gets switched and a caseback gets switched and all of a sudden its a fake! Of course on the other hand, had you only
problems with....contexts. The originality of the 372 has NOTHING to do with any consideration regarding Casa Panerai or Swiss Panerai. It has to do with being an original model, manufactured by the Officine Panerai (because that's still the name of the c
I am very happy to present my finished XMas project today! After looking at too many vintage Panerai 6152, I decided to customize my PAM372 with a vintage style dial and a solid caseback. And here is the result. Hope you like it!