as some of you might know I brought my father (aweee and my sister and cousin to be honest ) to the love of Panerai). So my weekend watch is his Pam587 Marina Militare on my signature strap from Corrigia. Mama Mia that 587 is just beautiful with the writi
Another watch I let go and which I miss a lot, this PAM 36. Not so much than my beloved Pre Vendome Marina Miltare, but still... The four lines dial is magic, as well as its chocolate hue. Best, Nicolas
appeared on a 6152/1 case which....for the non initiated, is known as the 1940 one. So technically, your 587 is more "authentic" than the 673 and the 1950 cases in general Picture obtained on Internet. Copyrights reserved for the rightful owner.
since they are MM models and are in a category of their own (in my book). IMO the difference between 673 and 372 is like First class vs Economy (on carriers like Singapore Airlines, not domestic US carriers lollll). The case is different and better, the h
This watch has everything I am looking for, when it comes to Panerai. A strong personality and design, a sober but timeless dial, and a question I didn't solve yet, the absence of the famous crown lever. I don't know if I prefer with, or without this devi
Hello dear friends! As announced last Wednesday the Theme asks our participants to share their feelings and preferences about case sizes. In the 1940’s, 1950’s and 1960’s men’s watches were generally offered with cases ranging around 34 to 36 mm maximum.