Always believed that our most cherished watches were those with a good story behind. You show two superb watches with a great story backing them as a nice starting of this thread. I’m sharing two watches. The 16750 GMT I showed with its complete story a c
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...
I finally could take some live pictures of one of the most appealing modern Panerai, the PAM 587. I find the PAM 372 very convincing, and so is the Marina Militare. I still have to make my mind between these 2, unless I decide to not choose and take both
36-38mm watches are generally my favorites. Even a 42mm Omega or Rolex looks and feels too big on my 6.8" wrist. Yet I own several 47mm Panerais. My wife and friends ask why I choose to wear a clock on my wrist! Part of the reason is that PAMs were design
... Though I have put several of my dive watches into use in many memorable dives, I regret to say that I have no decent shots of them underwater (nor in the surface) as I was not interested in watch collecting in those years. I regret that so much!! Anyw
Nothing better than a family picture, to make your mind. The good news is that I have the feeling that one can't go wrong with any of these. The 372 for its sandwich dial and its typical crown protection, the 587 for its sandwich Marina Militare dial and