OT ** Ennebi Bronzo Special Edition ...

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OT ** Ennebi Bronzo Special Edition ...

Niffko
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January 24th, 2012, 9:22 pm #1

.. maybe you like this watch. I received it today. It's from the European Limited Edition (36 pieces) from Ennebi and in my opinion a masterpiece.

It's based on the Bronze-prototype that Alessandro Bettarini developed for Panerai in the 80s. Sind 2002 Alessandro build his own watches - every single one hand-made.

Look at the color of this bronzo ... that's the way it's delivered to customers


Ennebi Fondale GF Bronzo SE:



















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January 24th, 2012, 9:28 pm #2






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January 24th, 2012, 9:31 pm #3

.. maybe you like this watch. I received it today. It's from the European Limited Edition (36 pieces) from Ennebi and in my opinion a masterpiece.

It's based on the Bronze-prototype that Alessandro Bettarini developed for Panerai in the 80s. Sind 2002 Alessandro build his own watches - every single one hand-made.

Look at the color of this bronzo ... that's the way it's delivered to customers


Ennebi Fondale GF Bronzo SE:


















to hold me over, I'm still waiting for mine

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January 24th, 2012, 9:34 pm #4

.. maybe you like this watch. I received it today. It's from the European Limited Edition (36 pieces) from Ennebi and in my opinion a masterpiece.

It's based on the Bronze-prototype that Alessandro Bettarini developed for Panerai in the 80s. Sind 2002 Alessandro build his own watches - every single one hand-made.

Look at the color of this bronzo ... that's the way it's delivered to customers


Ennebi Fondale GF Bronzo SE:


















Can't wait for mine. Love that you got the fixed bezel as well.

Cheers,
Lou - SoCal


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January 24th, 2012, 9:39 pm #5

.. maybe you like this watch. I received it today. It's from the European Limited Edition (36 pieces) from Ennebi and in my opinion a masterpiece.

It's based on the Bronze-prototype that Alessandro Bettarini developed for Panerai in the 80s. Sind 2002 Alessandro build his own watches - every single one hand-made.

Look at the color of this bronzo ... that's the way it's delivered to customers


Ennebi Fondale GF Bronzo SE:


















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January 24th, 2012, 9:51 pm #6

.. maybe you like this watch. I received it today. It's from the European Limited Edition (36 pieces) from Ennebi and in my opinion a masterpiece.

It's based on the Bronze-prototype that Alessandro Bettarini developed for Panerai in the 80s. Sind 2002 Alessandro build his own watches - every single one hand-made.

Look at the color of this bronzo ... that's the way it's delivered to customers


Ennebi Fondale GF Bronzo SE:


















That watch is GORGEOUS!!!

Cheers...

Michael

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January 24th, 2012, 9:55 pm #7

.. maybe you like this watch. I received it today. It's from the European Limited Edition (36 pieces) from Ennebi and in my opinion a masterpiece.

It's based on the Bronze-prototype that Alessandro Bettarini developed for Panerai in the 80s. Sind 2002 Alessandro build his own watches - every single one hand-made.

Look at the color of this bronzo ... that's the way it's delivered to customers


Ennebi Fondale GF Bronzo SE:


















Doesnt come much better than that... Have to say: even Bronzo eat your hart out......


Cheers, Joris

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January 24th, 2012, 9:55 pm #8

.. maybe you like this watch. I received it today. It's from the European Limited Edition (36 pieces) from Ennebi and in my opinion a masterpiece.

It's based on the Bronze-prototype that Alessandro Bettarini developed for Panerai in the 80s. Sind 2002 Alessandro build his own watches - every single one hand-made.

Look at the color of this bronzo ... that's the way it's delivered to customers


Ennebi Fondale GF Bronzo SE:


















hello , i do not post on this forum much but i have to say that is amazing .i have been talking to allesandro about a bronze fondale and i just do not know what to do . the cost is an issue as i have not long bought a PAM 359 but they are incredible .
can i ask what spec that is , i notice you did not go for the bezel .
what do i do !!!!!
hope you do not mind me asking
lee
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January 24th, 2012, 9:55 pm #9

.. maybe you like this watch. I received it today. It's from the European Limited Edition (36 pieces) from Ennebi and in my opinion a masterpiece.

It's based on the Bronze-prototype that Alessandro Bettarini developed for Panerai in the 80s. Sind 2002 Alessandro build his own watches - every single one hand-made.

Look at the color of this bronzo ... that's the way it's delivered to customers


Ennebi Fondale GF Bronzo SE:




















"what comes around goes around"

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January 24th, 2012, 9:58 pm #10

.. maybe you like this watch. I received it today. It's from the European Limited Edition (36 pieces) from Ennebi and in my opinion a masterpiece.

It's based on the Bronze-prototype that Alessandro Bettarini developed for Panerai in the 80s. Sind 2002 Alessandro build his own watches - every single one hand-made.

Look at the color of this bronzo ... that's the way it's delivered to customers


Ennebi Fondale GF Bronzo SE:


















love that patina...
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January 24th, 2012, 9:59 pm #11

.. maybe you like this watch. I received it today. It's from the European Limited Edition (36 pieces) from Ennebi and in my opinion a masterpiece.

It's based on the Bronze-prototype that Alessandro Bettarini developed for Panerai in the 80s. Sind 2002 Alessandro build his own watches - every single one hand-made.

Look at the color of this bronzo ... that's the way it's delivered to customers


Ennebi Fondale GF Bronzo SE:


















That is awesome! Love the aged bronze!
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January 24th, 2012, 10:00 pm #12

.. maybe you like this watch. I received it today. It's from the European Limited Edition (36 pieces) from Ennebi and in my opinion a masterpiece.

It's based on the Bronze-prototype that Alessandro Bettarini developed for Panerai in the 80s. Sind 2002 Alessandro build his own watches - every single one hand-made.

Look at the color of this bronzo ... that's the way it's delivered to customers


Ennebi Fondale GF Bronzo SE:


















GONZO!!!!







"You dropped a hundred and fifty grand on a f----n' education you coulda' got for a dollar fifty in late charges at the public library." Will Hunting
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January 24th, 2012, 10:02 pm #13

to hold me over, I'm still waiting for mine

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January 24th, 2012, 10:03 pm #14

Can't wait for mine. Love that you got the fixed bezel as well.

Cheers,
Lou - SoCal

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January 24th, 2012, 10:06 pm #15

hello , i do not post on this forum much but i have to say that is amazing .i have been talking to allesandro about a bronze fondale and i just do not know what to do . the cost is an issue as i have not long bought a PAM 359 but they are incredible .
can i ask what spec that is , i notice you did not go for the bezel .
what do i do !!!!!
hope you do not mind me asking
lee
... there are only a few left so

I chose the green dial, GF-Version (fixed dial) mit Ennebi-log on dial and crown. There are several dial-options to chose. I preferred the classic design. But there's also California style, etc.

I have several Ennebi, GF and turning bezel ... for the Bronzo I thought: GF is the way to go. But maybe I order another one ... red/braun dial mit turnig bezel In Europe there are still a few left

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January 24th, 2012, 10:07 pm #16

love that patina...
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January 24th, 2012, 10:07 pm #17

GONZO!!!!







"You dropped a hundred and fifty grand on a f----n' education you coulda' got for a dollar fifty in late charges at the public library." Will Hunting
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January 24th, 2012, 10:11 pm #18

.. maybe you like this watch. I received it today. It's from the European Limited Edition (36 pieces) from Ennebi and in my opinion a masterpiece.

It's based on the Bronze-prototype that Alessandro Bettarini developed for Panerai in the 80s. Sind 2002 Alessandro build his own watches - every single one hand-made.

Look at the color of this bronzo ... that's the way it's delivered to customers


Ennebi Fondale GF Bronzo SE:


















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January 24th, 2012, 10:13 pm #19

.. maybe you like this watch. I received it today. It's from the European Limited Edition (36 pieces) from Ennebi and in my opinion a masterpiece.

It's based on the Bronze-prototype that Alessandro Bettarini developed for Panerai in the 80s. Sind 2002 Alessandro build his own watches - every single one hand-made.

Look at the color of this bronzo ... that's the way it's delivered to customers


Ennebi Fondale GF Bronzo SE:


















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January 24th, 2012, 10:16 pm #20

... there are only a few left so

I chose the green dial, GF-Version (fixed dial) mit Ennebi-log on dial and crown. There are several dial-options to chose. I preferred the classic design. But there's also California style, etc.

I have several Ennebi, GF and turning bezel ... for the Bronzo I thought: GF is the way to go. But maybe I order another one ... red/braun dial mit turnig bezel In Europe there are still a few left
thanks for the reply that was nice of you
he has sent me the options and i think it looks better without the bezel.
the dial colour i do not have a clue .
i really like the green and maybe with the red hands ?
and the classic style i think is the best .
what about servicing ?
thanks again
lee
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