I think we'll see more of this case shape, probably without seconds at 9, to differentiate it from the 399, in SS. Although not preferable to me, Panerai may put a PIG on it too, like the 425. I would't be surprised with a 47mm, SS case, p3000 rad. That would give you a nice line of p3000 47mm "Hist
I could see 2 potential directions for new case shapes. The first would be a fresh look at the roots of Panerai. Diving. I'd be curious to see what an ultimate diving watch, imagined by Panerai would be. The subs, and Egi stand as historical signposts, but a fresh interpretation of "Diving" could be
I'm glad Panerai decided to make these. I'd consider them to be "relationship builder" pieces in a lot of different aspects; getting to know an AD, or a boutique, or just the Panerai brand in general...They provide a sense of design depth outside of the well known and iconic Lums and Rads. For someo
This one is my favorite of the show. 373 is way out of reach and the 2012 SE with this dial will be next to impossible to get. I do hope they leave off the pig though on this one though. Overall it's interesting to see Panerai build out their vintage re-editions at many different price points. It fe
I wonder how many units will actually make it back to get their movements swapped. Still, time will tell if the future prices of these two potential variants varies much and if one or the other turns more collectible.