is that Panerai is 22 years old. Not 50, not 100....only 22! Companies are still very young and still trying to "figure out" not only how to stay in business, but also how to grow and prosper, surrounded by brands that have MADE the history of watchmaking
I was browsing the panerai website and saw the below model which got my pulse racing due to the 2-liner on top and the logo at the bottom: I didn't realize they offered this dial. The case however looks to be the snap back/springbar type with 100m WR.
Salut! We understood the 100m with screwed back for Radiomir lines - I have fews- but for a Luminor, it's quite fancy, even " fashion watch " and it's a consistant move to " a proper desk- office watch characteristics " with its 100m & snapped back. W
It is then a heritage collection. Other brand, and i have my questions, thoughts, and what ever.▶️ The Cartier Santos. Comes in many sizes. I have the habit to look only at the 100XL instead of the medium. I saw in a boutique a medium, i was not engaged.
I fell for the brand when I was young and saw them in a few well-known movies. I didn't care about their placement in the movies; rather, the dial and watch design just captured my heart as soon as I saw the watch. Years later, I happened upon them while
you've opened, by asking the question The short version: the bubble exploded BEFORE a new grass roots layer of Panerai lovers could be formed. In MY PERSONAL OPINION; the early days, hard core Panerai enthusiasts (the ones that used to go unearth the vint
... as soon as it was announced and it became one of my favorite Panerai. I prefer watches in the maximum 40/42 mm case diameter being the only exception the Panerai brand as large size is part of their DNA. I find the 687 dial striking as well as its eng