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When you say Omega returns all the parts except if the dial has tritium, is that only if the dial is damaged and needs replacing?   I guess my question is what if the dial has tritium but it is in good shape, and does not need replacing, do they insist on replacing the dial before returning the watch to you (simply because it has tritium)?
As others said, there are several good options in your price range.  A lot of older basic PAMs use a solid "work horse" but ordinary Unitas movement.  I'd much rather have a Rolex, JLC Reverso, or possibly an IWC.  But if you love the PAM go for it.  
Nice additions guys!  Enjoy them!
Thanks.  I didn't realize you were getting a 587.  Wishing you luck with whatever you decide to do with it, keep/sell.  
Thanks for clarifying that.  
Are you speaking of the 372?  I did a quick search and found a bunch of for sale ranging in price from $8,100 to $8,900.  I didn't see any in the secondary market that were $13,000-$15,000 http://www.chrono24.com/en/panerai/luminor-1950-3-days-pam-372--id2246055.htm http://www.ebay.com/itm/PANERAI-PAM-372-LUMINOR-1950-STEEL-SPECIAL-EDITION-47-mm-PAM-00372-/161491868028 Perhaps I am looking at the wrong piece?
VC has been using croc lined croc straps on some of their more expensive pieces for a while.  
Great video!  It has given me a new appreciation for the brand.  While I prefer more traditional designs, this watch has some very cool features!  Thanks again for sharing the video with us and congrats on your new watch! 
There are at least 3 of us here with OQs, myself, Belligero, and NS.  What is your question?  Of if you prefer PM me. 
Very nice collection of watches.  Glad to see that you decided to say hello and share some photos with us.  Wishing you luck with whatever you decide to purchase next. 
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