Discussion in 'Classic Menswear' started by gdl203, May 20, 2007.
agreed. looks very nice indeed.
Nice looking watch and the perfect size for you. Anything bigger would be pushing your good taste.
And FWIW your suggested "upgrade" is nice as well but it isn't a dress watch...
Looks good, and for dress watches I wouldn't push the whole size thing. I would have guessed 39mm.
+1.. agreed. I think it looks great!
What can anyone tell me about this? It's a 40mm which I feel is a better size for me although it does not seem to be made anymore. Any info?
Are you sure it's real? Looks a little fishy to me, but I'm not a Pan expert.
You might post it on the Pan section of Timezone. Most likely someone there could tell you what you want to know.
It's a Luminor Power Reserve Pam 125. It has a automatic movement. This watch was made for production years, E-F-G-H which dates the watch from 2002-2005. This was discontinue after the H series.
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I'm glad it's the real thing, for Kid's sake. Sorry, not my cuppa. I do think a 40 mm watch is plenty large for all but the biggest wrists. Enjoy it.
Looked at your link. Wow, that's a big list, esp the "limited editions". That's one peeve that I have about many watches, too many special, limited, etc editions. Omega, AP RO, Paneri, etc. It gets to where they are not so special or limited anymore. My 2¢.
greetings, im new to the forums here and thought id ask your opinions on this vintage 1941 longines.
Is it worth the price? I love the simple and vintage look, but is there something better to be had for that amount of money? I'm not looking to spend much over 1,500 usd.
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