Previous I had a 338. It was small, light, flat, manual, and gold hands. However I wanted something with the engraved dial, found blued hands tickle me the same as gold, like the patent stamp (even though it is purely decorative. At 45mm on a 6-¾ wrist it
1) How to create a cult brand in less than 10 years with hardcore followers queuing to buy unreleased products ( I’ve been there myself, fond memories of rushing to Chronopassion to get my 358, I even paid half of my 372 the day it was released, got it de
10 years, already! 10 years that the PAM 372 was released. Here are the press files pics from 2011: And the two pictures I took in the rush, at the SIHH... I have hard tome recognizing the spirit of this watch and of this brand, this year... Best, Nicolas
After some time, mainly due to US customs given exclusive for Panerai points of sales in Asia — a brand new limited edition (a 251 piece run), matte military green dial Luminor 1950 GMT just arrived from the boutique.
Going fast sometime is not always good because afterward you can regret it or realize only a subset of the references you get are worth keeping...yet I am hooked on getting and wearing different Pam for the character, legibility and yes dare I say it, the
Conventional Panerai collectorism would choose the 721 for the Kampschwimmer back story, less is more mantra, and on and on. It’s a nice watch, but unless its a real genuine Kampfschwimmer from the 1930s, I find the contemporary piece to be just a big emp