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Officine Panerai: I know that the insert is inside a bronze bezel.

But when comparing the 968 to the older versions, I believe a full bronze case with the ceramic insert kinda looks better and more of a vintage looking timepiece. Ceramic kills the vintage effect of the watch. Just my 2 cents of course Laurent
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By: Makilla
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Zenith: Not so sure what straps you can fit in with these lugs shape.

Not easy at all to find aftermarket strap options. Kinda reminds me of the Hublot case/straps design
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By: Makilla
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Officine Panerai: I’ve already been offered one about 2 months ago and passed!

not a fan of the brown ceramic insert in the bezel. The bronzo is supposed to have an entire case made of bronze which will give the watch a raw/toolish effect once patina kicks in. With the ceramic insert I think it looks kinda weird imho of course. In the end the choice is yours. Good luck, Lauren
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By: Makilla
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Horological Meandering: Both are stunning but I’d definitely go for the white one.

way more unusual and rare to see especially when it comes to vintage military watches.
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By: Makilla
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F.P. Journe: Beautiful Journe 👌🏼

That’s the Ti version isn’t it ?
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By: Makilla
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Horological Meandering: I feel you! Same goes for me.

It’s not a matter of thickness but more of a tapered looking strap. They look much better and elegant on watches. Wear it in the best of health! Laurent
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By: Makilla
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