Help identfying a Rad model

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Help identfying a Rad model

huaacuiih
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February 23rd, 2012, 8:22 pm #1

Okay, so I gotta admit that I wasn't a huge fan of Rad cases, but it all changed yesterday
Saw a really cool Rad in the wild, but I was clueless the model. It has black dial with second hands and gold hands on it.
The owner has roughly about the same wrist size as me and the Rad wasn't seem to overwhelm his wrist. So, it might be a 45mm rather than 47mm? I'm not sure..
Any help on identifying this cool Rad would be greatly appreciated
Might be my first Rad if I'm lucky enough to find one!
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February 23rd, 2012, 8:39 pm #2

Gorgeous watch with an amazingly smooth JLC movement

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February 23rd, 2012, 8:40 pm #3

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February 23rd, 2012, 10:04 pm #4

Okay, so I gotta admit that I wasn't a huge fan of Rad cases, but it all changed yesterday
Saw a really cool Rad in the wild, but I was clueless the model. It has black dial with second hands and gold hands on it.
The owner has roughly about the same wrist size as me and the Rad wasn't seem to overwhelm his wrist. So, it might be a 45mm rather than 47mm? I'm not sure..
Any help on identifying this cool Rad would be greatly appreciated
Might be my first Rad if I'm lucky enough to find one!
mike2zero
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kevin5
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February 23rd, 2012, 10:36 pm #5

I guess it could be a modified 183 or 380 though...

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February 23rd, 2012, 10:45 pm #6



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February 23rd, 2012, 11:46 pm #7

Okay, so I gotta admit that I wasn't a huge fan of Rad cases, but it all changed yesterday
Saw a really cool Rad in the wild, but I was clueless the model. It has black dial with second hands and gold hands on it.
The owner has roughly about the same wrist size as me and the Rad wasn't seem to overwhelm his wrist. So, it might be a 45mm rather than 47mm? I'm not sure..
Any help on identifying this cool Rad would be greatly appreciated
Might be my first Rad if I'm lucky enough to find one!
Could be the PAM 232 which is 47mm with gold hands. I have a PAM 183 which is my only Panerai watch. I needed an extra long strap and managed to get one from Panerai thru the Wonder room in London. Comes with huge buckle looks gorgeous!

pics soon.
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February 24th, 2012, 12:51 am #8

The 232 does not have that!
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February 24th, 2012, 2:03 am #9

Okay, so I gotta admit that I wasn't a huge fan of Rad cases, but it all changed yesterday
Saw a really cool Rad in the wild, but I was clueless the model. It has black dial with second hands and gold hands on it.
The owner has roughly about the same wrist size as me and the Rad wasn't seem to overwhelm his wrist. So, it might be a 45mm rather than 47mm? I'm not sure..
Any help on identifying this cool Rad would be greatly appreciated
Might be my first Rad if I'm lucky enough to find one!
There only other possibilities are:

Modded 183/380 with gold hands, or a fake....

Chances are it was a 190

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evosam
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February 24th, 2012, 7:17 am #10

Okay, so I gotta admit that I wasn't a huge fan of Rad cases, but it all changed yesterday
Saw a really cool Rad in the wild, but I was clueless the model. It has black dial with second hands and gold hands on it.
The owner has roughly about the same wrist size as me and the Rad wasn't seem to overwhelm his wrist. So, it might be a 45mm rather than 47mm? I'm not sure..
Any help on identifying this cool Rad would be greatly appreciated
Might be my first Rad if I'm lucky enough to find one!
Here you go - a classic killer piece - unfortunately discontinued now.

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wheaton26
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February 24th, 2012, 3:47 pm #11

Okay, so I gotta admit that I wasn't a huge fan of Rad cases, but it all changed yesterday
Saw a really cool Rad in the wild, but I was clueless the model. It has black dial with second hands and gold hands on it.
The owner has roughly about the same wrist size as me and the Rad wasn't seem to overwhelm his wrist. So, it might be a 45mm rather than 47mm? I'm not sure..
Any help on identifying this cool Rad would be greatly appreciated
Might be my first Rad if I'm lucky enough to find one!


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machtigetokus
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February 24th, 2012, 3:58 pm #12


Like the fact he's wearing PAM! Great choice of PAM also.....


Cheers, Joris

***Lo, comandante del tempo***
PAM 111, 233, 339 & 382

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huaacuiih
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February 24th, 2012, 9:33 pm #13

Okay, so I gotta admit that I wasn't a huge fan of Rad cases, but it all changed yesterday
Saw a really cool Rad in the wild, but I was clueless the model. It has black dial with second hands and gold hands on it.
The owner has roughly about the same wrist size as me and the Rad wasn't seem to overwhelm his wrist. So, it might be a 45mm rather than 47mm? I'm not sure..
Any help on identifying this cool Rad would be greatly appreciated
Might be my first Rad if I'm lucky enough to find one!
You guys nailed it! It's the 190!
Now, let the hunt begins..
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February 25th, 2012, 4:46 am #14

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