So here my rather humble chip ins.. MING 17.01.. Versatile combos GP Damier Ref 7427, pretty cool.. Bauhaus style on the wrist: clean, fine & low-key PAM 176 Titanium, matte brushed Amalgation into the background Going to theatre: JLC 1901/WG A PP Cla
to replace the 176 I (shouldn't have) let go of. Out of their 44mm offerings its one that screams Panerai to me. And Jocke, thank you for those amazing images! A Bad Santa you may be but a bad photographer you absolutely are not!
My first Panerai was a 564. After learning more about the company and its history (from you, Sergio, Abel, and others), I began to regret this purchase and long for others. After adding several others, however, I've grown to appreciate the 564 -- but it's
Well.. What is a Beater ? - A very frequently worn watch, versatile & also robust to all challenges of daily life. - Or simply a GADA watch (Go Anywhere, Do Anything) type of tic-tac ? Thus, some few here.. Panerai Luminor Titanio, PAM 176 PAM 176 sit
I'm very late to the Panerai game but appreciate the perspective from those of you with experience and a sense of history. It sounds like the company lost its way somewhere along the line and has not really recovered. I'm an older guy who has been interes