Certainly snapping at the heels of Patek and a few others .... The writing on the dial is a tad busy but nowhere like the mini essays on the faces of some watches , ala Rolex . Any indication of price ?
Especially for countries where there is no Boutique , because Boutiques will ( quite understandably ) give preference to their local/regular customers . So for Panerai enthusiasts who live in these Non Boutique countries , they are caught between a rock and a hard place . They want to support their
At 1st it appears ' simple ' as you say , but the Grande Date complication is a considerable piece of work in its own right . There was an excellent article on the Grande Date written a while back by Geoff Kingston in Blancpain's Lettres from Le Brassus magazine . I'm sure it would come up in a Goog
Also have 2 Blancpains , 2 Omega Chronos & one Panerai . I'm overdue for a trip down south , I'll try and organise something , perhaps in June . Please let me know , if possible , what happenings will be on closer to the date . Keep in touch , Regards .
Good to see that you now have a name , but I have a suggestion , if its not too late . The STarts . Southern Tarts Regards ... Chris Launder . [Link to external site deleted as per PPro Code of Conduct] This message has been edited by AndrewD on 2011-04-19 16:47:59
I have one of the Calatrava Cross deployants that I bought about 5 years ago . It comes undone very easily and I constantly find myself having to close it again . Personally , I'm sorry I didn't keep the original buckle as from my own experience its a more secure connection , but perhaps mine i faul