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Officine Panerai: Thanks. Personally I could not get the pam submersible.

I have a breitling superocean which i bought a long time ago and somehow still does it for me as a dive watch. Pam subs just don’t have the beauty of luminors or radiomirs. Personal taste.
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By: Gaulix
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Officine Panerai: All good Sergio

I think most of us have an entry point into Panerai which matures overtime. I know I do. One cannot look at Panerai in the same way as another brand. I thought mechanical complication was the way to go, but turns out it is beauty in simplicity......the 123 became the 112 “par example”......
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By: Gaulix
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Officine Panerai: Thanks

For the info Sergio. Seems one of those models that straddled the changeover from T to L. As long as you don’t eat the Tritium its safe or so I read. Looks like you had/have a 117 there which is also a beautiful piece. I am surprised you decided on a PAM123.......it is an interesting layout on the d
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By: Gaulix
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Officine Panerai: Pam 22B

Hi, I have come across a PAM22B T dial. Everything I have read seems to indicate that an OP6522 case should be an L dial and not a T dial. The B number is around 150/500 so early in the B Series. Can anyone shed light on when T became L and thus legitimise this model. Thanks in advance.
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By: Gaulix
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