Adding Base to a Base

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Adding Base to a Base

mokka663
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mokka663
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Joined: March 12th, 2012, 8:16 am

May 28th, 2012, 3:35 pm #1

Been a lurker here ever since I got my first PAM which was a zero a couple of years ago.

Was very happy with it and it became my daily beater. Although I wanted to keep on getting more pieces, I knew I couldn't afford them all so was happy just to see them being posted on here (with envy of cos!)

Then I saw the 386/375 and just knew I had to get one of them. As usual, it would be a while for them to be released so had time to start saving. Roll forward a year and so and still no news of a release date and looks like they never will.

Well at least it meant I had an excuse to save my money. That was until I saw the older PVD models in a watch store and the same desire returned.
After waiting to see what popped up in the CM sections and looking here and there for a while, I was offered one from a long time risti.

Once the arrangements were settled, it arrived and what can I say. The watch is simply awesome!

Thanks again to JP (you know who you are) for letting this one go. I'm gonna look after this one for sure but no doubt it will get plenty of wrist time.

Enuf talk, here's some quick pics.




and my bases together



JP, Dont forget to let me know if you are ever in town.

Kam
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NachoM
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Joined: January 8th, 2008, 2:09 pm

May 28th, 2012, 5:24 pm #2



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mokka663
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May 28th, 2012, 10:41 pm #3

Thanks Nacho.

I really can't stop looking at it. People must think I am late for something!!
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KerwinL
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Joined: June 19th, 2007, 2:18 am

May 29th, 2012, 2:28 pm #4

Been a lurker here ever since I got my first PAM which was a zero a couple of years ago.

Was very happy with it and it became my daily beater. Although I wanted to keep on getting more pieces, I knew I couldn't afford them all so was happy just to see them being posted on here (with envy of cos!)

Then I saw the 386/375 and just knew I had to get one of them. As usual, it would be a while for them to be released so had time to start saving. Roll forward a year and so and still no news of a release date and looks like they never will.

Well at least it meant I had an excuse to save my money. That was until I saw the older PVD models in a watch store and the same desire returned.
After waiting to see what popped up in the CM sections and looking here and there for a while, I was offered one from a long time risti.

Once the arrangements were settled, it arrived and what can I say. The watch is simply awesome!

Thanks again to JP (you know who you are) for letting this one go. I'm gonna look after this one for sure but no doubt it will get plenty of wrist time.

Enuf talk, here's some quick pics.




and my bases together



JP, Dont forget to let me know if you are ever in town.

Kam
Nothing like a Base PVD to compliment the Zero.

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mokka663
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May 30th, 2012, 3:38 am #5

thanks Kerwin. nothing better than old skool PVD :-) nt.
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