I bought my first PAM in 2001. It was difficult to get certain models. LEs announced in Spring would take 9-12 months or longer to come out. The brand was a fireball. Most everything sold near retail. Then all the "re-editions", OOR series, saying a watch
1/ Panerai had a lot of fans in the early 2000's, the vintage and the pre vendome pieces were very hot, sought after, and people was fighting to get one, even the early Vendome pieces, since around 2005, let's say. 2/ From the mid 2000's to nowadays, two
721...720, 210,232.... A 372 with its crown guard it actually already a third generation watch to me. But it’s what most people connect today with Panerai so it’s meets maybe the requirement of : modern.
of my posts, in the last 15 years or so, knows I consider myself a square, outdated, obsolescent....purist....and have some very strict personal parameters to separate A PANERAI from a watch...produced...by Panerai. The 605, due to the "touristy" Firenze
I hope I Win the award for the last panerai received in 2019; this baby was strapped on my wrist at December 31st 6pm pacific time! My Mini 309; AKA 338 Brushed 42mm Titanium case; polished bezel, black dial, gold hands and sweet svelte cushion case... I