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post #29446 of 35996
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Originally Posted by DerekS View Post

I've owned a 113....great watch. I'm a huge panerai fran though. the 113 is a great summer watch...the white dial is quite nice. if this is your first or only panerai id advise getting a 112 or 111...the black dial is considerably more classic..

with that being said i think i may be adding an A series panny in the next couple weeks. devil.gif


hey thx for the advice. i have too many watches with black dial, so wanted to panerai with white. gone ahead and ordered.

will be receiving it in a weeks time. yay
post #29447 of 35996
^ cool... congrats! ya you really don't see them very often with the white dial.
post #29448 of 35996
has anybody bought pam00183, my watch dealer just offered me this at a great price, so thinking of cancelling 113 and going for 183.

advice?

thanks
post #29449 of 35996
A lot of good suggestions here, but all wrong smile.gif And stich, where would the fun be in telling you all now? rotflmao.gif

But I'm happy to give you more clues:

It's a 70s design. lol8[1].gif
post #29450 of 35996
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Originally Posted by luvmalik View Post

has anybody bought pam00183, my watch dealer just offered me this at a great price, so thinking of cancelling 113 and going for 183.

advice?

thanks

Luvmal, The 183 is a beauty. I particularly like a Radiomir so I would say that. There are two to choose from the 183G and 183H. G are more sought after and should be marginally more expensive. I only wind mine once every two or three days, so no issue there.

I'd be asking all the normal questions of the dealer- original strap, box, papers, when last serviced? etc etc

I replaced the original strap which is a very nice Assolutamente (light brown suede/nubuck) with an OEM Aligator semimat dark brown which I love. I like the Luminors yet feel I get a little more flexibility with my Rad. Also I have pretty small wrists which didn't suit the Lums whereas my Rad does just fine

Got it on today and very nearly made it to work but saw your post which was perfect persuasion to 'work from home' so took some pics.

PS wrist shot taken some time back.

Hope you like and feel free to ask away if anything springs to mind.






post #29451 of 35996
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Originally Posted by NonServiam View Post

A lot of good suggestions here, but all wrong smile.gif And stich, where would the fun be in telling you all now? rotflmao.gif

But I'm happy to give you more clues:

It's a 70s design. lol8[1].gif

 

Double red Sub/SD!!!!

post #29452 of 35996

Now I've seen everything: Frilly seeking vicarious pleasure?

 

You know that double red is still calling to you, and you still don't have a proper dive watch....

post #29453 of 35996
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Originally Posted by no frills View Post

Double red Sub/SD!!!!

Nope. A 70s watch for sure, but not a 70s design wink.gif And I'm happy with my single red(sub) satisfied.gif

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Originally Posted by mimo View Post

Now I've seen everything: Frilly seeking vicarious pleasure?

You know that double red is still calling to you, and you still don't have a proper dive watch....

Indeed. The perfect complement to your PPs ...
post #29454 of 35996
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Originally Posted by luvmalik View Post

has anybody bought pam00183, my watch dealer just offered me this at a great price, so thinking of cancelling 113 and going for 183.

advice?

thanks
183 is a bit more versatile IMO. It dresses up better than the Luminor models but dresses down just as well.
post #29455 of 35996
Cleav - that RAD!

btw - don't give up on that Assolutamente - might make a nice change of pace and I know many that hunger for that strap!

NS - I was going to guess the Omega Mark II, or a Tudor as well...
post #29456 of 35996
Love that Radiomir, wish I have bigger wrists ...
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Originally Posted by rnguy001 View Post


NS - I was going to guess the Omega Mark II, or a Tudor as well...

Mk II, already in my collection. Tudor, no. Getting warmer though nod[1].gif
post #29457 of 35996
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Originally Posted by NonServiam View Post

A lot of good suggestions here, but all wrong smile.gif And stich, where would the fun be in telling you all now? rotflmao.gif

But I'm happy to give you more clues:

It's a 70s design. lol8[1].gif


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post #29458 of 35996
This is a fun game, but let me know when you tire of it smile.gif

TheTukker, no. Not the Tissot. Though those Lemania movements are cool!

It's not a chronograph wink.gif
post #29459 of 35996
NS - someone before mentioned a JLC. I'm going to agree?
post #29460 of 35996
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Originally Posted by NonServiam View Post

This is a fun game, but let me know when you tire of it smile.gif

TheTukker, no. Not the Tissot. Though those Lemania movements are cool!

It's not a chronograph wink.gif

Yup - thought that was a cool watch too! Hmm, may be back for more guessing....shog[1].gif
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