Saw this on (July 2022) — what are your thoughts when it comes to 47mm Luminor on a rubber strap? Don’t see that often vs. leather, mostly 44mm or Submersibles. Anyone else explore this combo / have photos to share?
I picture you a watch brand CEO gathering market intelligence for your future models. I would consider myself a typical watch consumer. My work is in a different industry, so I won't know a hairspring from an escapement, although they do add to the myster
After 40 years of watch collecting, I'm happy to have refined my collection to just 3--my Holy Trinity, the 3 watches that sing to me: Audemars Piguet Royal Oak 15500, Rolex Daytona 116520, Rolex Submariner 116610 After re-rationalizing my collection, I'v
Titanium with black painted dial, which is rare. Usually titanium Panerai comes with brown dial. This London SE from 2018. also features maiale on the dial and 8 days caliber P.5000. Picked it up last week and enjoyed it since.
There are watches that need to go with straps and buckles....such as Panerai whether Luminor or... .....Radiomir This distressed green strap works well with the dial color and lum of the Habring For some watches, a bracelet transforms the watch..like the
Personally my biggest watches are around the 40/42 mm case size and don´t usually like bigger watches, but Panerai is an exception and I tolerate and love this big size for that reason: is part of their history and heritage. Fortunately Panerai offer many
Or a novice Panerai aficionado, a 44mm Luminor case is the way to go IMO. Otherwise, it's like asking a new driver to drive all the way to Stelvio Pass, in a Lancia delta integrale, but that is enough reason for us to enjoy the photo....
Thanks all for such engagement, some very interesting bits of info I still need to respond to. For myself, I am a commercial banker ($10mm-$100mm revenues) for a large US bank. I had never comingled horological passion with work; not intentionally it was