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It has arrived!!!

JYogi
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JYogi
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Joined: April 22nd, 2008, 3:25 am

July 10th, 2012, 3:54 pm #1

OK
Well you all have already read my story of leaving Panerai for a couple years and jumping back in the other day with a 111 but that being traded in under 24 hrs.

Well here it is, I always wanted a 243J (last Trit dial and quick change strap) and I worked a trade and this just arrived a few minutes ago.

The rubber strap fit better than I had expected with me having smaller wrists but I saw a post on another forum with someone sporting a 243 with a Jean strap and I liked the look so I quickly mounted this on a Jean strap I purchased right before I sold my 233 and never go to wear.

So...
Now the REAL ?
Can I pull off a PAM382 AKA BRONZO!! ???????

Please excuse the horrid pics but about as good as I can do.



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Watches: Rolex DSSD, Rolex SD, Rolex 1675 GMT Pepsi, Rolex SS DJ, Breitling Gen II Navitimer, Audemars skeleton, Ball NT and Ball Conductor GMT, Bell&Ross Hydromax, and Tissot T-Touch
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JYogi
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Joined: April 22nd, 2008, 3:25 am

July 10th, 2012, 4:08 pm #2


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Watches: Rolex DSSD, Rolex SD, Rolex 1675 GMT Pepsi, Rolex SS DJ, Breitling Gen II Navitimer, Audemars skeleton, Ball NT and Ball Conductor GMT, Bell&Ross Hydromax, and Tissot T-Touch
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NachoM
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Joined: January 8th, 2008, 2:09 pm

July 10th, 2012, 4:14 pm #3



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Nacho Martinez
Spain
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murphtyper
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Joined: March 9th, 2011, 9:57 pm

July 10th, 2012, 4:15 pm #4

OK
Well you all have already read my story of leaving Panerai for a couple years and jumping back in the other day with a 111 but that being traded in under 24 hrs.

Well here it is, I always wanted a 243J (last Trit dial and quick change strap) and I worked a trade and this just arrived a few minutes ago.

The rubber strap fit better than I had expected with me having smaller wrists but I saw a post on another forum with someone sporting a 243 with a Jean strap and I liked the look so I quickly mounted this on a Jean strap I purchased right before I sold my 233 and never go to wear.

So...
Now the REAL ?
Can I pull off a PAM382 AKA BRONZO!! ???????

Please excuse the horrid pics but about as good as I can do.



By jyogi0265 at 2012-07-10


By jyogi0265 at 2012-07-10


By jyogi0265 at 2012-07-10


By jyogi0265 at 2012-07-10

Watches: Rolex DSSD, Rolex SD, Rolex 1675 GMT Pepsi, Rolex SS DJ, Breitling Gen II Navitimer, Audemars skeleton, Ball NT and Ball Conductor GMT, Bell&Ross Hydromax, and Tissot T-Touch
Wear in the best of health. If you like big watches enjoy the hunt for a Bronzo, the 44mm looks great!!!
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rogeryrf
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rogeryrf
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Joined: November 18th, 2004, 9:25 pm

July 10th, 2012, 4:36 pm #5

OK
Well you all have already read my story of leaving Panerai for a couple years and jumping back in the other day with a 111 but that being traded in under 24 hrs.

Well here it is, I always wanted a 243J (last Trit dial and quick change strap) and I worked a trade and this just arrived a few minutes ago.

The rubber strap fit better than I had expected with me having smaller wrists but I saw a post on another forum with someone sporting a 243 with a Jean strap and I liked the look so I quickly mounted this on a Jean strap I purchased right before I sold my 233 and never go to wear.

So...
Now the REAL ?
Can I pull off a PAM382 AKA BRONZO!! ???????

Please excuse the horrid pics but about as good as I can do.



By jyogi0265 at 2012-07-10


By jyogi0265 at 2012-07-10


By jyogi0265 at 2012-07-10


By jyogi0265 at 2012-07-10

Watches: Rolex DSSD, Rolex SD, Rolex 1675 GMT Pepsi, Rolex SS DJ, Breitling Gen II Navitimer, Audemars skeleton, Ball NT and Ball Conductor GMT, Bell&Ross Hydromax, and Tissot T-Touch
its such a nice pam, if only the dial was bigger
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gregcar
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gregcar
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Joined: September 10th, 2010, 2:56 pm

July 10th, 2012, 4:47 pm #6

OK
Well you all have already read my story of leaving Panerai for a couple years and jumping back in the other day with a 111 but that being traded in under 24 hrs.

Well here it is, I always wanted a 243J (last Trit dial and quick change strap) and I worked a trade and this just arrived a few minutes ago.

The rubber strap fit better than I had expected with me having smaller wrists but I saw a post on another forum with someone sporting a 243 with a Jean strap and I liked the look so I quickly mounted this on a Jean strap I purchased right before I sold my 233 and never go to wear.

So...
Now the REAL ?
Can I pull off a PAM382 AKA BRONZO!! ???????

Please excuse the horrid pics but about as good as I can do.



By jyogi0265 at 2012-07-10


By jyogi0265 at 2012-07-10


By jyogi0265 at 2012-07-10


By jyogi0265 at 2012-07-10

Watches: Rolex DSSD, Rolex SD, Rolex 1675 GMT Pepsi, Rolex SS DJ, Breitling Gen II Navitimer, Audemars skeleton, Ball NT and Ball Conductor GMT, Bell&Ross Hydromax, and Tissot T-Touch
best of luck with it!
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PSY76
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Joined: February 8th, 2006, 4:23 am

July 10th, 2012, 5:10 pm #7

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shmeedr
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shmeedr
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Joined: April 24th, 2011, 3:11 pm

July 10th, 2012, 6:42 pm #8

OK
Well you all have already read my story of leaving Panerai for a couple years and jumping back in the other day with a 111 but that being traded in under 24 hrs.

Well here it is, I always wanted a 243J (last Trit dial and quick change strap) and I worked a trade and this just arrived a few minutes ago.

The rubber strap fit better than I had expected with me having smaller wrists but I saw a post on another forum with someone sporting a 243 with a Jean strap and I liked the look so I quickly mounted this on a Jean strap I purchased right before I sold my 233 and never go to wear.

So...
Now the REAL ?
Can I pull off a PAM382 AKA BRONZO!! ???????

Please excuse the horrid pics but about as good as I can do.



By jyogi0265 at 2012-07-10


By jyogi0265 at 2012-07-10


By jyogi0265 at 2012-07-10


By jyogi0265 at 2012-07-10

Watches: Rolex DSSD, Rolex SD, Rolex 1675 GMT Pepsi, Rolex SS DJ, Breitling Gen II Navitimer, Audemars skeleton, Ball NT and Ball Conductor GMT, Bell&Ross Hydromax, and Tissot T-Touch
My Grails.









Ba Ba Booey.


Kevin Schmieder


Pam 111 N Series
Rolex Submariner Ceramic 116610
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snoballz
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snoballz
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Joined: February 22nd, 2009, 1:02 am

July 10th, 2012, 11:15 pm #9

OK
Well you all have already read my story of leaving Panerai for a couple years and jumping back in the other day with a 111 but that being traded in under 24 hrs.

Well here it is, I always wanted a 243J (last Trit dial and quick change strap) and I worked a trade and this just arrived a few minutes ago.

The rubber strap fit better than I had expected with me having smaller wrists but I saw a post on another forum with someone sporting a 243 with a Jean strap and I liked the look so I quickly mounted this on a Jean strap I purchased right before I sold my 233 and never go to wear.

So...
Now the REAL ?
Can I pull off a PAM382 AKA BRONZO!! ???????

Please excuse the horrid pics but about as good as I can do.



By jyogi0265 at 2012-07-10


By jyogi0265 at 2012-07-10


By jyogi0265 at 2012-07-10


By jyogi0265 at 2012-07-10

Watches: Rolex DSSD, Rolex SD, Rolex 1675 GMT Pepsi, Rolex SS DJ, Breitling Gen II Navitimer, Audemars skeleton, Ball NT and Ball Conductor GMT, Bell&Ross Hydromax, and Tissot T-Touch
-luke

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vannjam
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vannjam
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Joined: January 24th, 2007, 2:15 am

July 10th, 2012, 11:33 pm #10

OK
Well you all have already read my story of leaving Panerai for a couple years and jumping back in the other day with a 111 but that being traded in under 24 hrs.

Well here it is, I always wanted a 243J (last Trit dial and quick change strap) and I worked a trade and this just arrived a few minutes ago.

The rubber strap fit better than I had expected with me having smaller wrists but I saw a post on another forum with someone sporting a 243 with a Jean strap and I liked the look so I quickly mounted this on a Jean strap I purchased right before I sold my 233 and never go to wear.

So...
Now the REAL ?
Can I pull off a PAM382 AKA BRONZO!! ???????

Please excuse the horrid pics but about as good as I can do.



By jyogi0265 at 2012-07-10


By jyogi0265 at 2012-07-10


By jyogi0265 at 2012-07-10


By jyogi0265 at 2012-07-10

Watches: Rolex DSSD, Rolex SD, Rolex 1675 GMT Pepsi, Rolex SS DJ, Breitling Gen II Navitimer, Audemars skeleton, Ball NT and Ball Conductor GMT, Bell&Ross Hydromax, and Tissot T-Touch
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rioet
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rioet
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Joined: January 23rd, 2011, 9:34 am

July 10th, 2012, 11:41 pm #11

OK
Well you all have already read my story of leaving Panerai for a couple years and jumping back in the other day with a 111 but that being traded in under 24 hrs.

Well here it is, I always wanted a 243J (last Trit dial and quick change strap) and I worked a trade and this just arrived a few minutes ago.

The rubber strap fit better than I had expected with me having smaller wrists but I saw a post on another forum with someone sporting a 243 with a Jean strap and I liked the look so I quickly mounted this on a Jean strap I purchased right before I sold my 233 and never go to wear.

So...
Now the REAL ?
Can I pull off a PAM382 AKA BRONZO!! ???????

Please excuse the horrid pics but about as good as I can do.



By jyogi0265 at 2012-07-10


By jyogi0265 at 2012-07-10


By jyogi0265 at 2012-07-10


By jyogi0265 at 2012-07-10

Watches: Rolex DSSD, Rolex SD, Rolex 1675 GMT Pepsi, Rolex SS DJ, Breitling Gen II Navitimer, Audemars skeleton, Ball NT and Ball Conductor GMT, Bell&Ross Hydromax, and Tissot T-Touch
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