1st non panerai purchase in 3 yrs.... what do you think????

1st non panerai purchase in 3 yrs.... what do you think????

Joined: September 27th, 2007, 1:47 am

February 7th, 2008, 1:44 am #1

Sorry for the quality of the pix. Not the best w/ a camera just yet..
was a little slow to pull the trigger on this one since its a 42mm but
after strapping it to the wrist it wears like a 44mm.. love the military
green dial i guess thats what sucked me in.









next thing to do is change out the strap, however the rubber strap is very comfortable and
the strap changing tools are pretty cool and work really well. they use a hex bolt instead
of screws...





Here's a shot of the green wide nylon strap that comes with it but even w/ my 7.5 wrist it's
still too loose.




this is with an old dirk olive green shark w/ pvd buckle.. i knew i'd match it up with
something new one day...




and final shots are w/ my crazyhorse...









One cool feature of the watch is that at night the lume is a nice blue color.. here
is a terrible shot of it...sorry..





I think the perfect strap is gonna be a micha mauser w/ green military stitch w/ LONG TAIL!!!
Working on that as we speak.....


CHEERS!!!!

FISHER
(Wilmington,NC)

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Joined: September 21st, 2004, 1:53 pm

February 7th, 2008, 1:49 pm #2

nice piece
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Joined: November 4th, 2007, 9:04 pm

February 8th, 2008, 8:13 am #3

Sorry for the quality of the pix. Not the best w/ a camera just yet..
was a little slow to pull the trigger on this one since its a 42mm but
after strapping it to the wrist it wears like a 44mm.. love the military
green dial i guess thats what sucked me in.









next thing to do is change out the strap, however the rubber strap is very comfortable and
the strap changing tools are pretty cool and work really well. they use a hex bolt instead
of screws...





Here's a shot of the green wide nylon strap that comes with it but even w/ my 7.5 wrist it's
still too loose.




this is with an old dirk olive green shark w/ pvd buckle.. i knew i'd match it up with
something new one day...




and final shots are w/ my crazyhorse...









One cool feature of the watch is that at night the lume is a nice blue color.. here
is a terrible shot of it...sorry..





I think the perfect strap is gonna be a micha mauser w/ green military stitch w/ LONG TAIL!!!
Working on that as we speak.....


CHEERS!!!!

FISHER
(Wilmington,NC)

and thanks for making it that much harder to resist. Good on ya...enjoy it in great health.

I am green with ENVY, lol... Later, Michael
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Joined: December 4th, 2007, 6:21 pm

February 8th, 2008, 6:01 pm #4

Sorry for the quality of the pix. Not the best w/ a camera just yet..
was a little slow to pull the trigger on this one since its a 42mm but
after strapping it to the wrist it wears like a 44mm.. love the military
green dial i guess thats what sucked me in.









next thing to do is change out the strap, however the rubber strap is very comfortable and
the strap changing tools are pretty cool and work really well. they use a hex bolt instead
of screws...





Here's a shot of the green wide nylon strap that comes with it but even w/ my 7.5 wrist it's
still too loose.




this is with an old dirk olive green shark w/ pvd buckle.. i knew i'd match it up with
something new one day...




and final shots are w/ my crazyhorse...









One cool feature of the watch is that at night the lume is a nice blue color.. here
is a terrible shot of it...sorry..





I think the perfect strap is gonna be a micha mauser w/ green military stitch w/ LONG TAIL!!!
Working on that as we speak.....


CHEERS!!!!

FISHER
(Wilmington,NC)

Very nice !
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Joined: September 6th, 2006, 5:22 am

February 11th, 2008, 10:18 pm #5

Sorry for the quality of the pix. Not the best w/ a camera just yet..
was a little slow to pull the trigger on this one since its a 42mm but
after strapping it to the wrist it wears like a 44mm.. love the military
green dial i guess thats what sucked me in.









next thing to do is change out the strap, however the rubber strap is very comfortable and
the strap changing tools are pretty cool and work really well. they use a hex bolt instead
of screws...





Here's a shot of the green wide nylon strap that comes with it but even w/ my 7.5 wrist it's
still too loose.




this is with an old dirk olive green shark w/ pvd buckle.. i knew i'd match it up with
something new one day...




and final shots are w/ my crazyhorse...









One cool feature of the watch is that at night the lume is a nice blue color.. here
is a terrible shot of it...sorry..





I think the perfect strap is gonna be a micha mauser w/ green military stitch w/ LONG TAIL!!!
Working on that as we speak.....


CHEERS!!!!

FISHER
(Wilmington,NC)

Great looking watch.I think it is plenty big enough for your wrist also. How thick is that watch? I was looking at the 46mm one but thought it might be a bit on the thin side.
Last edited by turbotony on February 11th, 2008, 10:26 pm, edited 1 time in total.
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