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NJP88
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April 8th, 2012, 1:06 pm #1

After contemplating between a 000 & 112, I finally decided to pull the trigger on an N-Series Base Logo. For months, I frequently visit the ADs to check their availability but unfortunately, it's only the 112 that was always in stock (the Singapore AD opened a couple of months ago but whenever I go there, the Zero's out of stock). I love the 000 because of its Logo and oozing Panerai DNA (well based on what I've read here & other articles). The 112 was a candidate as well because of its sandwich dial and clear caseback, which are features I never had before in a watch.

Last night was the first time I had the chance to compare both models side by side and just like what most of the Panerai owners told me, choose the one that sings to you. And for me, it was the 000!

Without further adieu, the pictures:




Both OEM straps were unused so I searched for a Ted Su Baby Hornback strap as recommended by my good friend:




I'm pretty much happy & contented with my combo:



For now, that is


And now the obligatory wrist shot:




A big shoutout to all the people who educated me about Panerais and who helped me with this purchase. Thanks for looking and Happy Easter!
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April 8th, 2012, 1:15 pm #2



cheers
niellaccio
daniele from italy

Niellaccio: Sounds good!!
cheers
niellaccio
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Niellaccio: Sounds good!!
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April 8th, 2012, 1:20 pm #3

After contemplating between a 000 & 112, I finally decided to pull the trigger on an N-Series Base Logo. For months, I frequently visit the ADs to check their availability but unfortunately, it's only the 112 that was always in stock (the Singapore AD opened a couple of months ago but whenever I go there, the Zero's out of stock). I love the 000 because of its Logo and oozing Panerai DNA (well based on what I've read here & other articles). The 112 was a candidate as well because of its sandwich dial and clear caseback, which are features I never had before in a watch.

Last night was the first time I had the chance to compare both models side by side and just like what most of the Panerai owners told me, choose the one that sings to you. And for me, it was the 000!

Without further adieu, the pictures:




Both OEM straps were unused so I searched for a Ted Su Baby Hornback strap as recommended by my good friend:




I'm pretty much happy & contented with my combo:



For now, that is


And now the obligatory wrist shot:




A big shoutout to all the people who educated me about Panerais and who helped me with this purchase. Thanks for looking and Happy Easter!
Johnnychum
Montreal, Quebec.
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April 8th, 2012, 1:26 pm #4

After contemplating between a 000 & 112, I finally decided to pull the trigger on an N-Series Base Logo. For months, I frequently visit the ADs to check their availability but unfortunately, it's only the 112 that was always in stock (the Singapore AD opened a couple of months ago but whenever I go there, the Zero's out of stock). I love the 000 because of its Logo and oozing Panerai DNA (well based on what I've read here & other articles). The 112 was a candidate as well because of its sandwich dial and clear caseback, which are features I never had before in a watch.

Last night was the first time I had the chance to compare both models side by side and just like what most of the Panerai owners told me, choose the one that sings to you. And for me, it was the 000!

Without further adieu, the pictures:




Both OEM straps were unused so I searched for a Ted Su Baby Hornback strap as recommended by my good friend:




I'm pretty much happy & contented with my combo:



For now, that is


And now the obligatory wrist shot:




A big shoutout to all the people who educated me about Panerais and who helped me with this purchase. Thanks for looking and Happy Easter!
Wise choice. Enjoy :)
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April 8th, 2012, 1:28 pm #5


cheers
niellaccio
daniele from italy

Niellaccio: Sounds good!!
Congrats and excellent choice! Happy Easter!
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April 8th, 2012, 1:45 pm #6

After contemplating between a 000 & 112, I finally decided to pull the trigger on an N-Series Base Logo. For months, I frequently visit the ADs to check their availability but unfortunately, it's only the 112 that was always in stock (the Singapore AD opened a couple of months ago but whenever I go there, the Zero's out of stock). I love the 000 because of its Logo and oozing Panerai DNA (well based on what I've read here & other articles). The 112 was a candidate as well because of its sandwich dial and clear caseback, which are features I never had before in a watch.

Last night was the first time I had the chance to compare both models side by side and just like what most of the Panerai owners told me, choose the one that sings to you. And for me, it was the 000!

Without further adieu, the pictures:




Both OEM straps were unused so I searched for a Ted Su Baby Hornback strap as recommended by my good friend:




I'm pretty much happy & contented with my combo:



For now, that is


And now the obligatory wrist shot:




A big shoutout to all the people who educated me about Panerais and who helped me with this purchase. Thanks for looking and Happy Easter!
Welcome aboard!








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

Being "Individual" is SO expensive!

"Always remember, you can't buy class" -Dad

Always remember, you can’t buy class. -Dad
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April 8th, 2012, 2:01 pm #7

After contemplating between a 000 & 112, I finally decided to pull the trigger on an N-Series Base Logo. For months, I frequently visit the ADs to check their availability but unfortunately, it's only the 112 that was always in stock (the Singapore AD opened a couple of months ago but whenever I go there, the Zero's out of stock). I love the 000 because of its Logo and oozing Panerai DNA (well based on what I've read here & other articles). The 112 was a candidate as well because of its sandwich dial and clear caseback, which are features I never had before in a watch.

Last night was the first time I had the chance to compare both models side by side and just like what most of the Panerai owners told me, choose the one that sings to you. And for me, it was the 000!

Without further adieu, the pictures:




Both OEM straps were unused so I searched for a Ted Su Baby Hornback strap as recommended by my good friend:




I'm pretty much happy & contented with my combo:



For now, that is


And now the obligatory wrist shot:




A big shoutout to all the people who educated me about Panerais and who helped me with this purchase. Thanks for looking and Happy Easter!
....congrats, nice pair, Pam's and Sub are a great match....

Here's my pair...




/Martin

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April 8th, 2012, 2:44 pm #8

After contemplating between a 000 & 112, I finally decided to pull the trigger on an N-Series Base Logo. For months, I frequently visit the ADs to check their availability but unfortunately, it's only the 112 that was always in stock (the Singapore AD opened a couple of months ago but whenever I go there, the Zero's out of stock). I love the 000 because of its Logo and oozing Panerai DNA (well based on what I've read here & other articles). The 112 was a candidate as well because of its sandwich dial and clear caseback, which are features I never had before in a watch.

Last night was the first time I had the chance to compare both models side by side and just like what most of the Panerai owners told me, choose the one that sings to you. And for me, it was the 000!

Without further adieu, the pictures:




Both OEM straps were unused so I searched for a Ted Su Baby Hornback strap as recommended by my good friend:




I'm pretty much happy & contented with my combo:



For now, that is


And now the obligatory wrist shot:




A big shoutout to all the people who educated me about Panerais and who helped me with this purchase. Thanks for looking and Happy Easter!
congratz on your new watch...0 always a hero
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April 8th, 2012, 3:52 pm #9

After contemplating between a 000 & 112, I finally decided to pull the trigger on an N-Series Base Logo. For months, I frequently visit the ADs to check their availability but unfortunately, it's only the 112 that was always in stock (the Singapore AD opened a couple of months ago but whenever I go there, the Zero's out of stock). I love the 000 because of its Logo and oozing Panerai DNA (well based on what I've read here & other articles). The 112 was a candidate as well because of its sandwich dial and clear caseback, which are features I never had before in a watch.

Last night was the first time I had the chance to compare both models side by side and just like what most of the Panerai owners told me, choose the one that sings to you. And for me, it was the 000!

Without further adieu, the pictures:




Both OEM straps were unused so I searched for a Ted Su Baby Hornback strap as recommended by my good friend:




I'm pretty much happy & contented with my combo:



For now, that is


And now the obligatory wrist shot:




A big shoutout to all the people who educated me about Panerais and who helped me with this purchase. Thanks for looking and Happy Easter!
Good choice! Wear it in good health!

Greetings,

Mark

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NJP88
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April 8th, 2012, 4:16 pm #10

After contemplating between a 000 & 112, I finally decided to pull the trigger on an N-Series Base Logo. For months, I frequently visit the ADs to check their availability but unfortunately, it's only the 112 that was always in stock (the Singapore AD opened a couple of months ago but whenever I go there, the Zero's out of stock). I love the 000 because of its Logo and oozing Panerai DNA (well based on what I've read here & other articles). The 112 was a candidate as well because of its sandwich dial and clear caseback, which are features I never had before in a watch.

Last night was the first time I had the chance to compare both models side by side and just like what most of the Panerai owners told me, choose the one that sings to you. And for me, it was the 000!

Without further adieu, the pictures:




Both OEM straps were unused so I searched for a Ted Su Baby Hornback strap as recommended by my good friend:




I'm pretty much happy & contented with my combo:



For now, that is


And now the obligatory wrist shot:




A big shoutout to all the people who educated me about Panerais and who helped me with this purchase. Thanks for looking and Happy Easter!
Now I'm on a search for more straps! Looks like the Sub won't be getting enough wrist time for the next few weeks
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April 8th, 2012, 5:31 pm #11

After contemplating between a 000 & 112, I finally decided to pull the trigger on an N-Series Base Logo. For months, I frequently visit the ADs to check their availability but unfortunately, it's only the 112 that was always in stock (the Singapore AD opened a couple of months ago but whenever I go there, the Zero's out of stock). I love the 000 because of its Logo and oozing Panerai DNA (well based on what I've read here & other articles). The 112 was a candidate as well because of its sandwich dial and clear caseback, which are features I never had before in a watch.

Last night was the first time I had the chance to compare both models side by side and just like what most of the Panerai owners told me, choose the one that sings to you. And for me, it was the 000!

Without further adieu, the pictures:




Both OEM straps were unused so I searched for a Ted Su Baby Hornback strap as recommended by my good friend:




I'm pretty much happy & contented with my combo:



For now, that is


And now the obligatory wrist shot:




A big shoutout to all the people who educated me about Panerais and who helped me with this purchase. Thanks for looking and Happy Easter!
where did you buy the strap?
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April 9th, 2012, 1:07 am #12

After contemplating between a 000 & 112, I finally decided to pull the trigger on an N-Series Base Logo. For months, I frequently visit the ADs to check their availability but unfortunately, it's only the 112 that was always in stock (the Singapore AD opened a couple of months ago but whenever I go there, the Zero's out of stock). I love the 000 because of its Logo and oozing Panerai DNA (well based on what I've read here & other articles). The 112 was a candidate as well because of its sandwich dial and clear caseback, which are features I never had before in a watch.

Last night was the first time I had the chance to compare both models side by side and just like what most of the Panerai owners told me, choose the one that sings to you. And for me, it was the 000!

Without further adieu, the pictures:




Both OEM straps were unused so I searched for a Ted Su Baby Hornback strap as recommended by my good friend:




I'm pretty much happy & contented with my combo:



For now, that is


And now the obligatory wrist shot:




A big shoutout to all the people who educated me about Panerais and who helped me with this purchase. Thanks for looking and Happy Easter!
Mine



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April 9th, 2012, 2:30 am #13

From a local guy here in SG (NT)
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April 9th, 2012, 2:36 am #14

Mine



Even cooler watch!
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April 9th, 2012, 2:37 am #15

....congrats, nice pair, Pam's and Sub are a great match....

Here's my pair...




/Martin

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I almost got this combo!
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April 9th, 2012, 3:19 am #16

After contemplating between a 000 & 112, I finally decided to pull the trigger on an N-Series Base Logo. For months, I frequently visit the ADs to check their availability but unfortunately, it's only the 112 that was always in stock (the Singapore AD opened a couple of months ago but whenever I go there, the Zero's out of stock). I love the 000 because of its Logo and oozing Panerai DNA (well based on what I've read here & other articles). The 112 was a candidate as well because of its sandwich dial and clear caseback, which are features I never had before in a watch.

Last night was the first time I had the chance to compare both models side by side and just like what most of the Panerai owners told me, choose the one that sings to you. And for me, it was the 000!

Without further adieu, the pictures:




Both OEM straps were unused so I searched for a Ted Su Baby Hornback strap as recommended by my good friend:




I'm pretty much happy & contented with my combo:



For now, that is


And now the obligatory wrist shot:




A big shoutout to all the people who educated me about Panerais and who helped me with this purchase. Thanks for looking and Happy Easter!
Congrats, I too have been looking at those two plus the Ti 176... Base is ace!
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April 9th, 2012, 7:30 am #17

After contemplating between a 000 & 112, I finally decided to pull the trigger on an N-Series Base Logo. For months, I frequently visit the ADs to check their availability but unfortunately, it's only the 112 that was always in stock (the Singapore AD opened a couple of months ago but whenever I go there, the Zero's out of stock). I love the 000 because of its Logo and oozing Panerai DNA (well based on what I've read here & other articles). The 112 was a candidate as well because of its sandwich dial and clear caseback, which are features I never had before in a watch.

Last night was the first time I had the chance to compare both models side by side and just like what most of the Panerai owners told me, choose the one that sings to you. And for me, it was the 000!

Without further adieu, the pictures:




Both OEM straps were unused so I searched for a Ted Su Baby Hornback strap as recommended by my good friend:




I'm pretty much happy & contented with my combo:



For now, that is


And now the obligatory wrist shot:




A big shoutout to all the people who educated me about Panerais and who helped me with this purchase. Thanks for looking and Happy Easter!
Nice Zero Logo! Love the base model
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April 9th, 2012, 11:30 am #18

After contemplating between a 000 & 112, I finally decided to pull the trigger on an N-Series Base Logo. For months, I frequently visit the ADs to check their availability but unfortunately, it's only the 112 that was always in stock (the Singapore AD opened a couple of months ago but whenever I go there, the Zero's out of stock). I love the 000 because of its Logo and oozing Panerai DNA (well based on what I've read here & other articles). The 112 was a candidate as well because of its sandwich dial and clear caseback, which are features I never had before in a watch.

Last night was the first time I had the chance to compare both models side by side and just like what most of the Panerai owners told me, choose the one that sings to you. And for me, it was the 000!

Without further adieu, the pictures:




Both OEM straps were unused so I searched for a Ted Su Baby Hornback strap as recommended by my good friend:




I'm pretty much happy & contented with my combo:



For now, that is


And now the obligatory wrist shot:




A big shoutout to all the people who educated me about Panerais and who helped me with this purchase. Thanks for looking and Happy Easter!
Nice pam to start wif, my 1st was a 005 too.

So u gt it from ion orchard?
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April 9th, 2012, 12:46 pm #19

After contemplating between a 000 & 112, I finally decided to pull the trigger on an N-Series Base Logo. For months, I frequently visit the ADs to check their availability but unfortunately, it's only the 112 that was always in stock (the Singapore AD opened a couple of months ago but whenever I go there, the Zero's out of stock). I love the 000 because of its Logo and oozing Panerai DNA (well based on what I've read here & other articles). The 112 was a candidate as well because of its sandwich dial and clear caseback, which are features I never had before in a watch.

Last night was the first time I had the chance to compare both models side by side and just like what most of the Panerai owners told me, choose the one that sings to you. And for me, it was the 000!

Without further adieu, the pictures:




Both OEM straps were unused so I searched for a Ted Su Baby Hornback strap as recommended by my good friend:




I'm pretty much happy & contented with my combo:



For now, that is


And now the obligatory wrist shot:




A big shoutout to all the people who educated me about Panerais and who helped me with this purchase. Thanks for looking and Happy Easter!


"Aiyah Panerai, buay beh liao eh lah." / Singapore
hugewhaleshark = Yeu Huan = SGRisti
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NJP88
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April 9th, 2012, 1:47 pm #20

After contemplating between a 000 & 112, I finally decided to pull the trigger on an N-Series Base Logo. For months, I frequently visit the ADs to check their availability but unfortunately, it's only the 112 that was always in stock (the Singapore AD opened a couple of months ago but whenever I go there, the Zero's out of stock). I love the 000 because of its Logo and oozing Panerai DNA (well based on what I've read here & other articles). The 112 was a candidate as well because of its sandwich dial and clear caseback, which are features I never had before in a watch.

Last night was the first time I had the chance to compare both models side by side and just like what most of the Panerai owners told me, choose the one that sings to you. And for me, it was the 000!

Without further adieu, the pictures:




Both OEM straps were unused so I searched for a Ted Su Baby Hornback strap as recommended by my good friend:




I'm pretty much happy & contented with my combo:



For now, that is


And now the obligatory wrist shot:




A big shoutout to all the people who educated me about Panerais and who helped me with this purchase. Thanks for looking and Happy Easter!
For your kind words, Wilson & hugewhaleshark!


Trevor, I guess I have to repeat what the other Paneristis are saying: you can't go wrong whichever you buy It will all boil down to your preference. My advice is try to find a store who has all, if not at least 2, of the PAMs that you're planning to get and see which one sings to you. It's going to be frustrating if you choose one over the other only because there's a ready unit, then compare it to others on your list and regret your purchase later on.

Wei, nope I got it from another store, located in Sunshine Plaza
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