Back to the Paneristi with THIS! (warning, just another 372)

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Back to the Paneristi with THIS! (warning, just another 372)

reficul_x
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reficul_x
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Joined: February 19th, 2005, 3:58 am

May 1st, 2012, 4:52 am #1

And I am so LOVING it!

I was torn between the 372 and the 422. But I realised that the font size of the 422 appears to be smaller than the 372 and look like a regular 111, engraved. Besides like many ristis pointed out, the 422 looks sort imbalance without the "9". And JUST in case the rumours are true that the 372 is going to be a limited production run (before it MAY potentially breaks the bank), I am going to get mine.

Simply love it to bits. The side profile is so beautiful, sorta like a Radiomir with crown guard, and to add more definition to the curvy lines, the sides are chamfered. This is by far the most beautiful looking case of all the Pams that I have looked at, IMHO.

Here's some candid shots on my super puny wrist, (read 5.5 inches), but I really think it does wear well.






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I'm so loving this watch! "Embodies so much DNA" in this watch!

Happy Watch Hunting!
Jack W

Singapore Current Time ->
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benson39
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benson39
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Joined: July 8th, 2008, 6:54 am

May 1st, 2012, 4:58 am #2

Congrats on the 372 & wear it in gd health bro:)

Cheers!

Officine Panerai~ more than a watch... it's fun to wear a war tools on wrist!!

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samen
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samen
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Joined: January 25th, 2005, 9:39 am

May 1st, 2012, 4:59 am #3

And I am so LOVING it!

I was torn between the 372 and the 422. But I realised that the font size of the 422 appears to be smaller than the 372 and look like a regular 111, engraved. Besides like many ristis pointed out, the 422 looks sort imbalance without the "9". And JUST in case the rumours are true that the 372 is going to be a limited production run (before it MAY potentially breaks the bank), I am going to get mine.

Simply love it to bits. The side profile is so beautiful, sorta like a Radiomir with crown guard, and to add more definition to the curvy lines, the sides are chamfered. This is by far the most beautiful looking case of all the Pams that I have looked at, IMHO.

Here's some candid shots on my super puny wrist, (read 5.5 inches), but I really think it does wear well.






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I'm so loving this watch! "Embodies so much DNA" in this watch!

Happy Watch Hunting!
Jack W

Singapore Current Time ->
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TheWatcher88
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Joined: December 31st, 2008, 8:15 am

May 1st, 2012, 5:00 am #4

And I am so LOVING it!

I was torn between the 372 and the 422. But I realised that the font size of the 422 appears to be smaller than the 372 and look like a regular 111, engraved. Besides like many ristis pointed out, the 422 looks sort imbalance without the "9". And JUST in case the rumours are true that the 372 is going to be a limited production run (before it MAY potentially breaks the bank), I am going to get mine.

Simply love it to bits. The side profile is so beautiful, sorta like a Radiomir with crown guard, and to add more definition to the curvy lines, the sides are chamfered. This is by far the most beautiful looking case of all the Pams that I have looked at, IMHO.

Here's some candid shots on my super puny wrist, (read 5.5 inches), but I really think it does wear well.






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I'm so loving this watch! "Embodies so much DNA" in this watch!

Happy Watch Hunting!
Jack W

Singapore Current Time ->
nt

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craniotes
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craniotes
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Joined: December 31st, 2006, 3:16 am

May 1st, 2012, 5:32 am #5

And I am so LOVING it!

I was torn between the 372 and the 422. But I realised that the font size of the 422 appears to be smaller than the 372 and look like a regular 111, engraved. Besides like many ristis pointed out, the 422 looks sort imbalance without the "9". And JUST in case the rumours are true that the 372 is going to be a limited production run (before it MAY potentially breaks the bank), I am going to get mine.

Simply love it to bits. The side profile is so beautiful, sorta like a Radiomir with crown guard, and to add more definition to the curvy lines, the sides are chamfered. This is by far the most beautiful looking case of all the Pams that I have looked at, IMHO.

Here's some candid shots on my super puny wrist, (read 5.5 inches), but I really think it does wear well.






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I'm so loving this watch! "Embodies so much DNA" in this watch!

Happy Watch Hunting!
Jack W

Singapore Current Time ->
This is the one that brought me back into the fold, and I couldn't be happier with it. The 372 is all that I need in a Panerai, and nothing that I don't.

Wear it in the best of health!

Regards,
Adam
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kaichuan
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kaichuan
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Joined: February 13th, 2006, 5:02 am

May 1st, 2012, 5:41 am #6

And I am so LOVING it!

I was torn between the 372 and the 422. But I realised that the font size of the 422 appears to be smaller than the 372 and look like a regular 111, engraved. Besides like many ristis pointed out, the 422 looks sort imbalance without the "9". And JUST in case the rumours are true that the 372 is going to be a limited production run (before it MAY potentially breaks the bank), I am going to get mine.

Simply love it to bits. The side profile is so beautiful, sorta like a Radiomir with crown guard, and to add more definition to the curvy lines, the sides are chamfered. This is by far the most beautiful looking case of all the Pams that I have looked at, IMHO.

Here's some candid shots on my super puny wrist, (read 5.5 inches), but I really think it does wear well.






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I'm so loving this watch! "Embodies so much DNA" in this watch!

Happy Watch Hunting!
Jack W

Singapore Current Time ->
Simply amazing piece and love every bit of it.

Congratulations!!

Steve@Seattle

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paneristi-europe
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Joined: April 19th, 2010, 6:00 am

May 1st, 2012, 5:44 am #7

And I am so LOVING it!

I was torn between the 372 and the 422. But I realised that the font size of the 422 appears to be smaller than the 372 and look like a regular 111, engraved. Besides like many ristis pointed out, the 422 looks sort imbalance without the "9". And JUST in case the rumours are true that the 372 is going to be a limited production run (before it MAY potentially breaks the bank), I am going to get mine.

Simply love it to bits. The side profile is so beautiful, sorta like a Radiomir with crown guard, and to add more definition to the curvy lines, the sides are chamfered. This is by far the most beautiful looking case of all the Pams that I have looked at, IMHO.

Here's some candid shots on my super puny wrist, (read 5.5 inches), but I really think it does wear well.






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I'm so loving this watch! "Embodies so much DNA" in this watch!

Happy Watch Hunting!
Jack W

Singapore Current Time ->
Great choice - congrats! nt
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aboen
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aboen
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Joined: September 2nd, 2009, 4:54 am

May 1st, 2012, 6:02 am #8

And I am so LOVING it!

I was torn between the 372 and the 422. But I realised that the font size of the 422 appears to be smaller than the 372 and look like a regular 111, engraved. Besides like many ristis pointed out, the 422 looks sort imbalance without the "9". And JUST in case the rumours are true that the 372 is going to be a limited production run (before it MAY potentially breaks the bank), I am going to get mine.

Simply love it to bits. The side profile is so beautiful, sorta like a Radiomir with crown guard, and to add more definition to the curvy lines, the sides are chamfered. This is by far the most beautiful looking case of all the Pams that I have looked at, IMHO.

Here's some candid shots on my super puny wrist, (read 5.5 inches), but I really think it does wear well.






a






I'm so loving this watch! "Embodies so much DNA" in this watch!

Happy Watch Hunting!
Jack W

Singapore Current Time ->
I'm diggin' mine a lot too.

Drew

Andrew Boen
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tchoo
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tchoo
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Joined: December 27th, 2004, 12:44 pm

May 1st, 2012, 6:28 am #9

And I am so LOVING it!

I was torn between the 372 and the 422. But I realised that the font size of the 422 appears to be smaller than the 372 and look like a regular 111, engraved. Besides like many ristis pointed out, the 422 looks sort imbalance without the "9". And JUST in case the rumours are true that the 372 is going to be a limited production run (before it MAY potentially breaks the bank), I am going to get mine.

Simply love it to bits. The side profile is so beautiful, sorta like a Radiomir with crown guard, and to add more definition to the curvy lines, the sides are chamfered. This is by far the most beautiful looking case of all the Pams that I have looked at, IMHO.

Here's some candid shots on my super puny wrist, (read 5.5 inches), but I really think it does wear well.






a






I'm so loving this watch! "Embodies so much DNA" in this watch!

Happy Watch Hunting!
Jack W

Singapore Current Time ->
Indeed, this beauty oozes DNA. Great choice! Also a strap babe too

Catch up soon!

TC
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k_rerkpooritat
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Joined: January 10th, 2007, 2:52 pm

May 1st, 2012, 6:38 am #10

And I am so LOVING it!

I was torn between the 372 and the 422. But I realised that the font size of the 422 appears to be smaller than the 372 and look like a regular 111, engraved. Besides like many ristis pointed out, the 422 looks sort imbalance without the "9". And JUST in case the rumours are true that the 372 is going to be a limited production run (before it MAY potentially breaks the bank), I am going to get mine.

Simply love it to bits. The side profile is so beautiful, sorta like a Radiomir with crown guard, and to add more definition to the curvy lines, the sides are chamfered. This is by far the most beautiful looking case of all the Pams that I have looked at, IMHO.

Here's some candid shots on my super puny wrist, (read 5.5 inches), but I really think it does wear well.






a






I'm so loving this watch! "Embodies so much DNA" in this watch!

Happy Watch Hunting!
Jack W

Singapore Current Time ->
and I really love the strap combo

Cheers!





Panerai....So Much More Than Just A Watch!!
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dy4
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dy4
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Joined: August 10th, 2011, 10:47 am

May 1st, 2012, 6:39 am #11

And I am so LOVING it!

I was torn between the 372 and the 422. But I realised that the font size of the 422 appears to be smaller than the 372 and look like a regular 111, engraved. Besides like many ristis pointed out, the 422 looks sort imbalance without the "9". And JUST in case the rumours are true that the 372 is going to be a limited production run (before it MAY potentially breaks the bank), I am going to get mine.

Simply love it to bits. The side profile is so beautiful, sorta like a Radiomir with crown guard, and to add more definition to the curvy lines, the sides are chamfered. This is by far the most beautiful looking case of all the Pams that I have looked at, IMHO.

Here's some candid shots on my super puny wrist, (read 5.5 inches), but I really think it does wear well.






a






I'm so loving this watch! "Embodies so much DNA" in this watch!

Happy Watch Hunting!
Jack W

Singapore Current Time ->
Still waiting to get one...

Cheers
//David
Belgium
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patStc
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patStc
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Joined: May 13th, 2010, 1:19 am

May 1st, 2012, 7:03 am #12

And I am so LOVING it!

I was torn between the 372 and the 422. But I realised that the font size of the 422 appears to be smaller than the 372 and look like a regular 111, engraved. Besides like many ristis pointed out, the 422 looks sort imbalance without the "9". And JUST in case the rumours are true that the 372 is going to be a limited production run (before it MAY potentially breaks the bank), I am going to get mine.

Simply love it to bits. The side profile is so beautiful, sorta like a Radiomir with crown guard, and to add more definition to the curvy lines, the sides are chamfered. This is by far the most beautiful looking case of all the Pams that I have looked at, IMHO.

Here's some candid shots on my super puny wrist, (read 5.5 inches), but I really think it does wear well.






a






I'm so loving this watch! "Embodies so much DNA" in this watch!

Happy Watch Hunting!
Jack W

Singapore Current Time ->
Welcome back. And a vintage looking strap will make it look even better




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zameenzahari
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Joined: March 24th, 2010, 3:49 am

May 1st, 2012, 8:02 am #13

And I am so LOVING it!

I was torn between the 372 and the 422. But I realised that the font size of the 422 appears to be smaller than the 372 and look like a regular 111, engraved. Besides like many ristis pointed out, the 422 looks sort imbalance without the "9". And JUST in case the rumours are true that the 372 is going to be a limited production run (before it MAY potentially breaks the bank), I am going to get mine.

Simply love it to bits. The side profile is so beautiful, sorta like a Radiomir with crown guard, and to add more definition to the curvy lines, the sides are chamfered. This is by far the most beautiful looking case of all the Pams that I have looked at, IMHO.

Here's some candid shots on my super puny wrist, (read 5.5 inches), but I really think it does wear well.






a






I'm so loving this watch! "Embodies so much DNA" in this watch!

Happy Watch Hunting!
Jack W

Singapore Current Time ->


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samrotandi
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Joined: July 1st, 2010, 10:04 pm

May 1st, 2012, 8:36 am #14

And I am so LOVING it!

I was torn between the 372 and the 422. But I realised that the font size of the 422 appears to be smaller than the 372 and look like a regular 111, engraved. Besides like many ristis pointed out, the 422 looks sort imbalance without the "9". And JUST in case the rumours are true that the 372 is going to be a limited production run (before it MAY potentially breaks the bank), I am going to get mine.

Simply love it to bits. The side profile is so beautiful, sorta like a Radiomir with crown guard, and to add more definition to the curvy lines, the sides are chamfered. This is by far the most beautiful looking case of all the Pams that I have looked at, IMHO.

Here's some candid shots on my super puny wrist, (read 5.5 inches), but I really think it does wear well.






a






I'm so loving this watch! "Embodies so much DNA" in this watch!

Happy Watch Hunting!
Jack W

Singapore Current Time ->
Congratulations Jack!

I'm very happy that you finally got one..

I'm sure that you're gonna be very happy with this!

Cheers


Sam

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hugewhaleshark
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Joined: January 25th, 2007, 1:20 pm

May 1st, 2012, 10:27 am #15

And I am so LOVING it!

I was torn between the 372 and the 422. But I realised that the font size of the 422 appears to be smaller than the 372 and look like a regular 111, engraved. Besides like many ristis pointed out, the 422 looks sort imbalance without the "9". And JUST in case the rumours are true that the 372 is going to be a limited production run (before it MAY potentially breaks the bank), I am going to get mine.

Simply love it to bits. The side profile is so beautiful, sorta like a Radiomir with crown guard, and to add more definition to the curvy lines, the sides are chamfered. This is by far the most beautiful looking case of all the Pams that I have looked at, IMHO.

Here's some candid shots on my super puny wrist, (read 5.5 inches), but I really think it does wear well.






a






I'm so loving this watch! "Embodies so much DNA" in this watch!

Happy Watch Hunting!
Jack W

Singapore Current Time ->


"Aiyah Panerai, buay beh liao eh lah." / Singapore
hugewhaleshark = Yeu Huan = SGRisti
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cpoomchai
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cpoomchai
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Joined: September 8th, 2007, 9:19 am

May 1st, 2012, 12:55 pm #16

And I am so LOVING it!

I was torn between the 372 and the 422. But I realised that the font size of the 422 appears to be smaller than the 372 and look like a regular 111, engraved. Besides like many ristis pointed out, the 422 looks sort imbalance without the "9". And JUST in case the rumours are true that the 372 is going to be a limited production run (before it MAY potentially breaks the bank), I am going to get mine.

Simply love it to bits. The side profile is so beautiful, sorta like a Radiomir with crown guard, and to add more definition to the curvy lines, the sides are chamfered. This is by far the most beautiful looking case of all the Pams that I have looked at, IMHO.

Here's some candid shots on my super puny wrist, (read 5.5 inches), but I really think it does wear well.






a






I'm so loving this watch! "Embodies so much DNA" in this watch!

Happy Watch Hunting!
Jack W

Singapore Current Time ->
Love your cool shots! (nt)
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raphmeister
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Joined: June 11th, 2006, 2:15 pm

May 1st, 2012, 1:08 pm #17

And I am so LOVING it!

I was torn between the 372 and the 422. But I realised that the font size of the 422 appears to be smaller than the 372 and look like a regular 111, engraved. Besides like many ristis pointed out, the 422 looks sort imbalance without the "9". And JUST in case the rumours are true that the 372 is going to be a limited production run (before it MAY potentially breaks the bank), I am going to get mine.

Simply love it to bits. The side profile is so beautiful, sorta like a Radiomir with crown guard, and to add more definition to the curvy lines, the sides are chamfered. This is by far the most beautiful looking case of all the Pams that I have looked at, IMHO.

Here's some candid shots on my super puny wrist, (read 5.5 inches), but I really think it does wear well.






a






I'm so loving this watch! "Embodies so much DNA" in this watch!

Happy Watch Hunting!
Jack W

Singapore Current Time ->
congrats Jack! 372 RULES! :) (nt)
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sdumperth
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Joined: April 13th, 2011, 11:43 am

May 1st, 2012, 1:20 pm #18

And I am so LOVING it!

I was torn between the 372 and the 422. But I realised that the font size of the 422 appears to be smaller than the 372 and look like a regular 111, engraved. Besides like many ristis pointed out, the 422 looks sort imbalance without the "9". And JUST in case the rumours are true that the 372 is going to be a limited production run (before it MAY potentially breaks the bank), I am going to get mine.

Simply love it to bits. The side profile is so beautiful, sorta like a Radiomir with crown guard, and to add more definition to the curvy lines, the sides are chamfered. This is by far the most beautiful looking case of all the Pams that I have looked at, IMHO.

Here's some candid shots on my super puny wrist, (read 5.5 inches), but I really think it does wear well.






a






I'm so loving this watch! "Embodies so much DNA" in this watch!

Happy Watch Hunting!
Jack W

Singapore Current Time ->
Looks great!
I'm always happy to see a new 372 brother!

To quote Micah, "The 372 IS Panerai!"








May the force be with you........................Always!

Being "Individual" is SO expensive!

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niellaccio
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Joined: May 27th, 2007, 7:46 pm

May 1st, 2012, 1:30 pm #19

And I am so LOVING it!

I was torn between the 372 and the 422. But I realised that the font size of the 422 appears to be smaller than the 372 and look like a regular 111, engraved. Besides like many ristis pointed out, the 422 looks sort imbalance without the "9". And JUST in case the rumours are true that the 372 is going to be a limited production run (before it MAY potentially breaks the bank), I am going to get mine.

Simply love it to bits. The side profile is so beautiful, sorta like a Radiomir with crown guard, and to add more definition to the curvy lines, the sides are chamfered. This is by far the most beautiful looking case of all the Pams that I have looked at, IMHO.

Here's some candid shots on my super puny wrist, (read 5.5 inches), but I really think it does wear well.






a






I'm so loving this watch! "Embodies so much DNA" in this watch!

Happy Watch Hunting!
Jack W

Singapore Current Time ->
cheers
niellaccio
daniele from italy

Niellaccio: Sounds good!!
cheers
niellaccio
daniele from italy

Niellaccio: Sounds good!!
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Joined: March 8th, 2012, 4:58 pm

May 1st, 2012, 1:52 pm #20

And I am so LOVING it!

I was torn between the 372 and the 422. But I realised that the font size of the 422 appears to be smaller than the 372 and look like a regular 111, engraved. Besides like many ristis pointed out, the 422 looks sort imbalance without the "9". And JUST in case the rumours are true that the 372 is going to be a limited production run (before it MAY potentially breaks the bank), I am going to get mine.

Simply love it to bits. The side profile is so beautiful, sorta like a Radiomir with crown guard, and to add more definition to the curvy lines, the sides are chamfered. This is by far the most beautiful looking case of all the Pams that I have looked at, IMHO.

Here's some candid shots on my super puny wrist, (read 5.5 inches), but I really think it does wear well.






a






I'm so loving this watch! "Embodies so much DNA" in this watch!

Happy Watch Hunting!
Jack W

Singapore Current Time ->
- Peter

- Peter

So much more than just a watch!
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