Nicolai- this post is for you The most notable feature of the watch (18k WG, 42 mm) is the movement which features the dead-beat second The 7400 movement is manufactured by Chezard which, in the 1960s, is arguably the leading manufacturer of dead-beat sec
Stopped by the Panerai Boutique today and found this amazing Panerai Luminor GMT MS Dhoni Limited edition in a Stainless Steel case with a Pickle Green dial. PAM01056 Certainly my next watch. Limited to 251 pieces. For your viewing pleasure. Photos don’t
I had asked him to bring some nice pieces to show me but alas, I had to be contented with just one, since he'd been super-busy and hadn't had any time to go to the bank and access his safety deposit box...sigh Couple of pictures...of the 6152/1, stock # 1
Ready for going out in style: JLC Geomatic What a cute sugar candy: last vintage I traded Low key black & very cool appeal: PAM 186 Reduced, pure, sublime.. The MIH dark knight with annual calendar and Chrono (minute counter on backside) My latest JLC
Which are missing on their latest release "Pole2Pole". Anyway, that's another story... The 92 has the look of a real tool watch, forged for the adventure. However the cyclop isn't my cup of tea. I had a crush for the Panerai 186. But again, the cyclop....