PAM 000: From Stainless Steel to TiAlN -

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PAM 000: From Stainless Steel to TiAlN -

PSY76
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March 1st, 2012, 2:51 am #1

For awhile now Ive wanted a Panerai base model (Ref # 000) done with the Titanium Aluminum Nitride (TiAlN) process. As always, Jack@IWWs exceptional work is show in the quality of the result. The finish is perfect, not spotty. Gray/Black not black.

Mods, I am not shilling for Jack. If you feel mentioning his name is out of line, please feel free to delete it. Thank you.

Of course, I forgot to clean the crystal prior to taking the "after" pictures.

Hope you enjoy these before and after pictures:




















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March 1st, 2012, 2:54 am #2

I've always thought the zero looks great in black, and yours looks great!
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March 1st, 2012, 2:55 am #3

For awhile now Ive wanted a Panerai base model (Ref # 000) done with the Titanium Aluminum Nitride (TiAlN) process. As always, Jack@IWWs exceptional work is show in the quality of the result. The finish is perfect, not spotty. Gray/Black not black.

Mods, I am not shilling for Jack. If you feel mentioning his name is out of line, please feel free to delete it. Thank you.

Of course, I forgot to clean the crystal prior to taking the "after" pictures.

Hope you enjoy these before and after pictures:




















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That looks very nice
Great job!!! I love it

Is it fairly scratch proof?? How is the durability??

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caniray
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March 1st, 2012, 2:59 am #4

For awhile now Ive wanted a Panerai base model (Ref # 000) done with the Titanium Aluminum Nitride (TiAlN) process. As always, Jack@IWWs exceptional work is show in the quality of the result. The finish is perfect, not spotty. Gray/Black not black.

Mods, I am not shilling for Jack. If you feel mentioning his name is out of line, please feel free to delete it. Thank you.

Of course, I forgot to clean the crystal prior to taking the "after" pictures.

Hope you enjoy these before and after pictures:




















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How many weeks did it take?, I'm waiting on my 114 to come back PVDed from Jack.
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March 1st, 2012, 3:04 am #5

For awhile now Ive wanted a Panerai base model (Ref # 000) done with the Titanium Aluminum Nitride (TiAlN) process. As always, Jack@IWWs exceptional work is show in the quality of the result. The finish is perfect, not spotty. Gray/Black not black.

Mods, I am not shilling for Jack. If you feel mentioning his name is out of line, please feel free to delete it. Thank you.

Of course, I forgot to clean the crystal prior to taking the "after" pictures.

Hope you enjoy these before and after pictures:




















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jai guru deva om
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March 1st, 2012, 3:08 am #6

For awhile now Ive wanted a Panerai base model (Ref # 000) done with the Titanium Aluminum Nitride (TiAlN) process. As always, Jack@IWWs exceptional work is show in the quality of the result. The finish is perfect, not spotty. Gray/Black not black.

Mods, I am not shilling for Jack. If you feel mentioning his name is out of line, please feel free to delete it. Thank you.

Of course, I forgot to clean the crystal prior to taking the "after" pictures.

Hope you enjoy these before and after pictures:




















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Minor bit of shilling, that I am quite thankful for

Looks grrrreat!

Enjoy!








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

Being "Individual" is SO expensive!

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

It's so hard to see how this elegant beauty was a war watch! Man, them Italians do everything in style!
Always remember, you can’t buy class. -Dad
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March 1st, 2012, 5:30 am #7

For awhile now Ive wanted a Panerai base model (Ref # 000) done with the Titanium Aluminum Nitride (TiAlN) process. As always, Jack@IWWs exceptional work is show in the quality of the result. The finish is perfect, not spotty. Gray/Black not black.

Mods, I am not shilling for Jack. If you feel mentioning his name is out of line, please feel free to delete it. Thank you.

Of course, I forgot to clean the crystal prior to taking the "after" pictures.

Hope you enjoy these before and after pictures:




















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Now I am trying to figure out which of my PAMs to try this on. Maybe I should not sell my 005 and do this. Really looks good.

Just living the dream waiting for the next PAM
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March 1st, 2012, 5:59 am #8

For awhile now Ive wanted a Panerai base model (Ref # 000) done with the Titanium Aluminum Nitride (TiAlN) process. As always, Jack@IWWs exceptional work is show in the quality of the result. The finish is perfect, not spotty. Gray/Black not black.

Mods, I am not shilling for Jack. If you feel mentioning his name is out of line, please feel free to delete it. Thank you.

Of course, I forgot to clean the crystal prior to taking the "after" pictures.

Hope you enjoy these before and after pictures:




















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could you please send me details? price, time involved?

Thanks.

a.

Greetings from Singapore!


DUDE, WHERE'S MY CAR?

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March 1st, 2012, 10:55 am #9

For awhile now Ive wanted a Panerai base model (Ref # 000) done with the Titanium Aluminum Nitride (TiAlN) process. As always, Jack@IWWs exceptional work is show in the quality of the result. The finish is perfect, not spotty. Gray/Black not black.

Mods, I am not shilling for Jack. If you feel mentioning his name is out of line, please feel free to delete it. Thank you.

Of course, I forgot to clean the crystal prior to taking the "after" pictures.

Hope you enjoy these before and after pictures:




















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I will like to do it also...
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March 1st, 2012, 12:10 pm #10

For awhile now Ive wanted a Panerai base model (Ref # 000) done with the Titanium Aluminum Nitride (TiAlN) process. As always, Jack@IWWs exceptional work is show in the quality of the result. The finish is perfect, not spotty. Gray/Black not black.

Mods, I am not shilling for Jack. If you feel mentioning his name is out of line, please feel free to delete it. Thank you.

Of course, I forgot to clean the crystal prior to taking the "after" pictures.

Hope you enjoy these before and after pictures:




















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I would love to do that to a 305
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March 1st, 2012, 2:02 pm #11

For awhile now Ive wanted a Panerai base model (Ref # 000) done with the Titanium Aluminum Nitride (TiAlN) process. As always, Jack@IWWs exceptional work is show in the quality of the result. The finish is perfect, not spotty. Gray/Black not black.

Mods, I am not shilling for Jack. If you feel mentioning his name is out of line, please feel free to delete it. Thank you.

Of course, I forgot to clean the crystal prior to taking the "after" pictures.

Hope you enjoy these before and after pictures:




















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wow wow wow
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watchdaddy1
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March 1st, 2012, 2:09 pm #12

For awhile now Ive wanted a Panerai base model (Ref # 000) done with the Titanium Aluminum Nitride (TiAlN) process. As always, Jack@IWWs exceptional work is show in the quality of the result. The finish is perfect, not spotty. Gray/Black not black.

Mods, I am not shilling for Jack. If you feel mentioning his name is out of line, please feel free to delete it. Thank you.

Of course, I forgot to clean the crystal prior to taking the "after" pictures.

Hope you enjoy these before and after pictures:




















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I've often thought of sending my 380 to Jack..

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March 1st, 2012, 2:09 pm #13

For awhile now Ive wanted a Panerai base model (Ref # 000) done with the Titanium Aluminum Nitride (TiAlN) process. As always, Jack@IWWs exceptional work is show in the quality of the result. The finish is perfect, not spotty. Gray/Black not black.

Mods, I am not shilling for Jack. If you feel mentioning his name is out of line, please feel free to delete it. Thank you.

Of course, I forgot to clean the crystal prior to taking the "after" pictures.

Hope you enjoy these before and after pictures:




















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I've often thought of sending my 380 to Jack..

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murphtyper
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March 1st, 2012, 5:41 pm #14

For awhile now Ive wanted a Panerai base model (Ref # 000) done with the Titanium Aluminum Nitride (TiAlN) process. As always, Jack@IWWs exceptional work is show in the quality of the result. The finish is perfect, not spotty. Gray/Black not black.

Mods, I am not shilling for Jack. If you feel mentioning his name is out of line, please feel free to delete it. Thank you.

Of course, I forgot to clean the crystal prior to taking the "after" pictures.

Hope you enjoy these before and after pictures:




















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Every time I see one of these I get closer and closer to pulling the trigger with my 111
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March 1st, 2012, 5:55 pm #15

For awhile now Ive wanted a Panerai base model (Ref # 000) done with the Titanium Aluminum Nitride (TiAlN) process. As always, Jack@IWWs exceptional work is show in the quality of the result. The finish is perfect, not spotty. Gray/Black not black.

Mods, I am not shilling for Jack. If you feel mentioning his name is out of line, please feel free to delete it. Thank you.

Of course, I forgot to clean the crystal prior to taking the "after" pictures.

Hope you enjoy these before and after pictures:




















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Superb! Congrats Richard. Enjoy that beaut...[nt]
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March 1st, 2012, 6:01 pm #16

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March 2nd, 2012, 2:21 am #17

For awhile now Ive wanted a Panerai base model (Ref # 000) done with the Titanium Aluminum Nitride (TiAlN) process. As always, Jack@IWWs exceptional work is show in the quality of the result. The finish is perfect, not spotty. Gray/Black not black.

Mods, I am not shilling for Jack. If you feel mentioning his name is out of line, please feel free to delete it. Thank you.

Of course, I forgot to clean the crystal prior to taking the "after" pictures.

Hope you enjoy these before and after pictures:




















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Love my DLC 0 from IWW!!


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