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Pam 62. I seem to recall the literature at the time called it grey gold rather than white gold.
Love the PAM62. I have its rose gold brother, the 103. It's an odd ball in the panerai family, but in white or rose gold it's still a personal favorite of mine.
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Beautiful! The 62 was always a favorite of mine. I am still a Vacheron guy, but these are spectacular. Does anyone have a Luminor Sub? Those look pretty cool IMO.
I have the 170, polished steel and Ti on a bracelet. No pics but I could post one when I finish unpacking from my move, if interested.
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@zippyh
What series is that 24? It looks like an early model.
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The 24 is a C series.
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I have the 170, polished steel and Ti on a bracelet. No pics but I could post one when I finish unpacking from my move, if interested.

Interested.
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PAM62 is the cat's meow. Love that watch.
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The PAM98 looks quite nice. 
And a nice movement too, with its peculiar buzzing alarm
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The PAM 25 is nice. There's just something not right with Panerai that's too busy i.e. with minute markers. Simpler the better with PAMs.
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The only Panerai I like is the black ceramic Black Seal. The thing is awesome, otherwise (sorry) I think they all look the same.

 

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ffffuuuu.gif knocked the bezel off my GMT. Lost the spring too. Luckily no dings on the watch or bezel.

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Went on a Caribbean cruise last week, came home with this little cutie:

 


Turned out there was a very nice watch store on St Maarten and they carried Nomos. I've thought about picking up a Tetra for a while to wear with a dinner jacket and other formal occasions, but I'd never seen one in person. Saw this one, bought it. My brother-in-law was with me at the time and had never heard of Nomos and he wound up buying a beautiful blue-dial Zurich. But this little guy is just so gorgeous in person. It wears much bigger than 29mm and fits perfectly under my cuff. Price was good, not great, but decent, duty-free type pricing.

 

For those who don't mind pictures of an aging guy on a cruise, there's a picture of the Tetra peeking out from my shirt cuff behind the spoiler:

 

 

Warning: Tini time (Click to show)

 

And, no, I didn't spill my Martini.

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ffffuuuu.gif knocked the bezel off my GMT. Lost the spring too. Luckily no dings on the watch or bezel.

 

Yikes!

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I know there has been a lot of panerai talk in the last few days. Was talking to someone yesterday who has a few pieces and was saying I should consider the 372 or the 390 as my next piece as I told him I have the 111.

Would love to hear some thoughts
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