Gentlemen ... could we be entering a new era of Panerai - version 5???

Gentlemen ... could we be entering a new era of Panerai - version 5???

Gu5h
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December 18th, 2011, 4:08 pm #1

... and ladies as well of course.

We have the origins in Vintage, and I count three lines thereafter, so we have...

Vintage - 1930’s and 50’s

PreV - 1993

PreA - 1997

Modern - 98 onwards

with the new P3000 and future in-house movements could this be the era of P3K : )))

I know there are plenty of other movements still being used in Panerai models but have read that eventually all movements will be in-house, seems logical.

This question has nothing to do with rarity or price, its just a thought regards the future of a brand we all share a passion for.

Would love to hear yours.


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Bruno.M1
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December 18th, 2011, 4:42 pm #2

with the P.2002 in 2005
the P.3000 is just one of the list that followed


P.2002
P.2002/1
P.2002/2
P.2002/3
P.2002/7
P.2002/9
P.2003
P.2003/5
P.2004
P.2004/1
P.2004/6
P.2004/9
P.2005
P.2005/S
P.2005/G
P.2006/3
P.9000
P.9001
P.9002
P.3000
P.3000/1
P.3000/2
P.3000/3
P.999
P.999/1
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December 18th, 2011, 5:03 pm #3

... and ladies as well of course.

We have the origins in Vintage, and I count three lines thereafter, so we have...

Vintage - 1930’s and 50’s

PreV - 1993

PreA - 1997

Modern - 98 onwards

with the new P3000 and future in-house movements could this be the era of P3K : )))

I know there are plenty of other movements still being used in Panerai models but have read that eventually all movements will be in-house, seems logical.

This question has nothing to do with rarity or price, its just a thought regards the future of a brand we all share a passion for.

Would love to hear yours.


GUSH
I welcome the new era

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Gu5h
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December 18th, 2011, 5:57 pm #4

with the P.2002 in 2005
the P.3000 is just one of the list that followed


P.2002
P.2002/1
P.2002/2
P.2002/3
P.2002/7
P.2002/9
P.2003
P.2003/5
P.2004
P.2004/1
P.2004/6
P.2004/9
P.2005
P.2005/S
P.2005/G
P.2006/3
P.9000
P.9001
P.9002
P.3000
P.3000/1
P.3000/2
P.3000/3
P.999
P.999/1
were the first to be completely designed and built in-house? No?

See I’m already using 3PK : ))

Anyway you get the point m8 - and it will be interesting to see the transition in the next decade : ))

GUSH
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December 18th, 2011, 6:22 pm #5

"were the first to be completely designed and built in-house? No?"

Is that correct ? Is there a difference between the P.3000 and the others ?

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December 18th, 2011, 8:26 pm #6

were the first to be completely designed and built in-house? No?

See I’m already using 3PK : ))

Anyway you get the point m8 - and it will be interesting to see the transition in the next decade : ))

GUSH
Be Well,
Joe

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December 18th, 2011, 8:29 pm #7

I think that was 2005?

Be Well,
Joe

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December 18th, 2011, 11:33 pm #8

... and ladies as well of course.

We have the origins in Vintage, and I count three lines thereafter, so we have...

Vintage - 1930’s and 50’s

PreV - 1993

PreA - 1997

Modern - 98 onwards

with the new P3000 and future in-house movements could this be the era of P3K : )))

I know there are plenty of other movements still being used in Panerai models but have read that eventually all movements will be in-house, seems logical.

This question has nothing to do with rarity or price, its just a thought regards the future of a brand we all share a passion for.

Would love to hear yours.


GUSH
...all movements produced by Panerai, because (as well stated above) there isn't any difference within the past years. Only the balance between in-house mvmts and externals has changed...but beside of my humble opinion this will work automatically without any doubt. Whenever all Panerai watches will have in-house mvmts, the people will name that new era.

I'm just sayin'
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covactanks
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December 19th, 2011, 12:08 am #9

... and ladies as well of course.

We have the origins in Vintage, and I count three lines thereafter, so we have...

Vintage - 1930’s and 50’s

PreV - 1993

PreA - 1997

Modern - 98 onwards

with the new P3000 and future in-house movements could this be the era of P3K : )))

I know there are plenty of other movements still being used in Panerai models but have read that eventually all movements will be in-house, seems logical.

This question has nothing to do with rarity or price, its just a thought regards the future of a brand we all share a passion for.

Would love to hear yours.


GUSH
c

'Last night what we talked about
It made so much sense
But now the haze has ascended
It don't make no sense anymore'


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Gu5h
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December 19th, 2011, 12:19 am #10

Clue is in the term transitional!!

Geech!! : ))

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December 19th, 2011, 1:11 am #11

A series T dials

B series T dials

B series L dials

The 'B' series is generally known as 'transitional ' cos OP made the change halfway thru most those watches from T to L dial

Dirk 'invented' the term'Pre-A' when he noticed the hyphen and fatter numbers on some of the watches he studied ....prior to that , they were just known as good old fashioned 'A' series


Now .....where did I put my clogs

'Last night what we talked about
It made so much sense
But now the haze has ascended
It don't make no sense anymore'


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December 19th, 2011, 2:38 am #12

...all movements produced by Panerai, because (as well stated above) there isn't any difference within the past years. Only the balance between in-house mvmts and externals has changed...but beside of my humble opinion this will work automatically without any doubt. Whenever all Panerai watches will have in-house mvmts, the people will name that new era.

I'm just sayin'
Hagen
of a new era....an era where my "cheap" ETA PAMs will be more "collectible"!!! ..just kidding M8...
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December 19th, 2011, 1:36 pm #13

A series T dials

B series T dials

B series L dials

The 'B' series is generally known as 'transitional ' cos OP made the change halfway thru most those watches from T to L dial

Dirk 'invented' the term'Pre-A' when he noticed the hyphen and fatter numbers on some of the watches he studied ....prior to that , they were just known as good old fashioned 'A' series


Now .....where did I put my clogs

'Last night what we talked about
It made so much sense
But now the haze has ascended
It don't make no sense anymore'


RIPBBQ
You certainly have come a long way since those early days of A series strap 'NON' recognition big fella....



Cheers



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chippyjon
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December 19th, 2011, 1:38 pm #14

lkh

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covactanks
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December 19th, 2011, 1:48 pm #15

......i Hate you

'Last night what we talked about
It made so much sense
But now the haze has ascended
It don't make no sense anymore'


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chippyjon
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December 19th, 2011, 3:27 pm #16

ljjhl

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December 21st, 2011, 11:58 pm #17

... and ladies as well of course.

We have the origins in Vintage, and I count three lines thereafter, so we have...

Vintage - 1930’s and 50’s

PreV - 1993

PreA - 1997

Modern - 98 onwards

with the new P3000 and future in-house movements could this be the era of P3K : )))

I know there are plenty of other movements still being used in Panerai models but have read that eventually all movements will be in-house, seems logical.

This question has nothing to do with rarity or price, its just a thought regards the future of a brand we all share a passion for.

Would love to hear yours.


GUSH
Maybe it starts with the 3-7-2 - just read what Panerai.com say about it in the history note (specs) on 372 page !!
Jp




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