I think there is a lot to like about this trio: - normal steel case (still have a hard time to understand e-steel and other variants), - sensible size for a militaire inspired radiomir - IMO 47mm is too big for non-hardcore fans and 42 / 40mm are more cla
There's a whole bunch of these 45-mm Radiomir with brushed cases. Even one with a faded brownish dial and gold hands. Yesterday I spotted this one in Girona Not bad at all. I think I can use it with my new "maiale" in the Bay of Gibraltar!
No one mentioned this new California dial Radiomir from Panerai. What, no love?? I think it’s a nice dial. I just don’t know what to make of the case processing (?patina) from the pictures. It’s an esteel. But it’s also a nice size at 45mm.
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
The Oris Divers Sixty-five Tooper Edition atop a thrilling adventure. The JLC Geophysic Universal Time atop a magical comedy. The Glashuette Original Panoinverse atop some midcentury oak. And finally, the Panerai PAM210 Radiomir atop...well, my wrist. Hav