It is a great piece and I loved the alarm function. I’d use it frequently in my studio, while painting, to remind myself to take breaks. Though ultimately the alarm and date crown always seemed to argue with each other. After having it serviced too many times I parted with it. Would welcome somethin
Hey Bob, Funny to see your post. I just went through the same dilemma between the ceramic chrono 44.5mm and the 41mm ceratanium. While the 41mm case is a little better for sizing it did not feel that much smaller. So I got the 44mm and it has been great. I prefer the white and red dial painting on t
Congratulations on the piece. When I picked mine up, what I found was that the 992 includes many of the elements I enjoy from Panerai, even though it never existed. The sandwich dial, blued hands, brevettato stamp, 8 day manual wind and bead blasted case feel like they came from another era. What it
It is a wonderful watch and somehow still under rated. It seems to be a watch he could have only made after getting the other watches out of his system. Shot these in the studio with a macro Leica M set up.
Journe asked me to photograph the watch when it came out to see how it worked with different backgrounds. I wore the watch for a few weeks and enjoyed shooting it in the studio. Some shots with the Leica and the others with an iPhone.