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to find differences between 6152-1 and 372

fletch01
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July 28th, 2012, 7:42 am #1

my watchmaker Björn from Berlin made a comparison


here's a comparison of the 372 with the vintage model of the 6152-1

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the luminous of the original light is green and the lettering on the Dial is white.
In the 372, the luminous material and the lettering is completely off white in the shade, under which the luminescence suffer of course.
I unfortunately, because I do not know why this is so.

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The body shape is similar but there are already some differences between the generations.

Specifically, the edge in the flank of the "372" is striking.
The caseback of the old watch is higher but the case shines a little flat than the younger model.

[/IMG]


I'll probably never understand the glass floor in a diving tool watch.
I know that there have been some in times ago but that probably had more to do with Angelus Movement in a Rolex case.

[/IMG]

the security system with the Temple is up to the role almost equal. In the model of 372 you can see on the temple the lettering.

[/IMG]


The Horns of the 372 are thinner. The original has a more massive work

[/IMG]

The 6152-1 has also as a protect a kind of resin in the numbers so the luminous material has a kind of protect for oxidation

[/IMG]


Here again, the 372, which is really excellent workmanship in all respects.

[/IMG]

Another comparison with the 8 Day Partner from Ralf Ehlers

[/IMG]

and 6152-1 at night

[/IMG]


sorry for my bad English and thank you for your time





cheers
Marcus
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July 28th, 2012, 8:30 am #2

but about the feel - and nothing comes close to that vintage feel : ))

The 372 is a great watch and Panerai did a great job as it looks the part but that old machine... Well it's just got SOUL!!

Thanks for sharing m8.

GUSH
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k_rerkpooritat
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July 28th, 2012, 9:23 am #3

my watchmaker Björn from Berlin made a comparison


here's a comparison of the 372 with the vintage model of the 6152-1

[/IMG]


the luminous of the original light is green and the lettering on the Dial is white.
In the 372, the luminous material and the lettering is completely off white in the shade, under which the luminescence suffer of course.
I unfortunately, because I do not know why this is so.

[/IMG]

[/IMG]

[/IMG]


The body shape is similar but there are already some differences between the generations.

Specifically, the edge in the flank of the "372" is striking.
The caseback of the old watch is higher but the case shines a little flat than the younger model.

[/IMG]


I'll probably never understand the glass floor in a diving tool watch.
I know that there have been some in times ago but that probably had more to do with Angelus Movement in a Rolex case.

[/IMG]

the security system with the Temple is up to the role almost equal. In the model of 372 you can see on the temple the lettering.

[/IMG]


The Horns of the 372 are thinner. The original has a more massive work

[/IMG]

The 6152-1 has also as a protect a kind of resin in the numbers so the luminous material has a kind of protect for oxidation

[/IMG]


Here again, the 372, which is really excellent workmanship in all respects.

[/IMG]

Another comparison with the 8 Day Partner from Ralf Ehlers

[/IMG]

and 6152-1 at night

[/IMG]


sorry for my bad English and thank you for your time





cheers
Marcus
really love both pointed-hands of 6152-1.





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July 28th, 2012, 9:24 am #4

my watchmaker Björn from Berlin made a comparison


here's a comparison of the 372 with the vintage model of the 6152-1

[/IMG]


the luminous of the original light is green and the lettering on the Dial is white.
In the 372, the luminous material and the lettering is completely off white in the shade, under which the luminescence suffer of course.
I unfortunately, because I do not know why this is so.

[/IMG]

[/IMG]

[/IMG]


The body shape is similar but there are already some differences between the generations.

Specifically, the edge in the flank of the "372" is striking.
The caseback of the old watch is higher but the case shines a little flat than the younger model.

[/IMG]


I'll probably never understand the glass floor in a diving tool watch.
I know that there have been some in times ago but that probably had more to do with Angelus Movement in a Rolex case.

[/IMG]

the security system with the Temple is up to the role almost equal. In the model of 372 you can see on the temple the lettering.

[/IMG]


The Horns of the 372 are thinner. The original has a more massive work

[/IMG]

The 6152-1 has also as a protect a kind of resin in the numbers so the luminous material has a kind of protect for oxidation

[/IMG]


Here again, the 372, which is really excellent workmanship in all respects.

[/IMG]

Another comparison with the 8 Day Partner from Ralf Ehlers

[/IMG]

and 6152-1 at night

[/IMG]


sorry for my bad English and thank you for your time





cheers
Marcus
... It really brings home the point that DNA-wise, the 372 is right up there with the best historic remakes that Panerai has done, and to their credit in enough pieces to satisfy the masses.

TFS and HAGWE!

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July 28th, 2012, 10:03 am #5

my watchmaker Björn from Berlin made a comparison


here's a comparison of the 372 with the vintage model of the 6152-1

[/IMG]


the luminous of the original light is green and the lettering on the Dial is white.
In the 372, the luminous material and the lettering is completely off white in the shade, under which the luminescence suffer of course.
I unfortunately, because I do not know why this is so.

[/IMG]

[/IMG]

[/IMG]


The body shape is similar but there are already some differences between the generations.

Specifically, the edge in the flank of the "372" is striking.
The caseback of the old watch is higher but the case shines a little flat than the younger model.

[/IMG]


I'll probably never understand the glass floor in a diving tool watch.
I know that there have been some in times ago but that probably had more to do with Angelus Movement in a Rolex case.

[/IMG]

the security system with the Temple is up to the role almost equal. In the model of 372 you can see on the temple the lettering.

[/IMG]


The Horns of the 372 are thinner. The original has a more massive work

[/IMG]

The 6152-1 has also as a protect a kind of resin in the numbers so the luminous material has a kind of protect for oxidation

[/IMG]


Here again, the 372, which is really excellent workmanship in all respects.

[/IMG]

Another comparison with the 8 Day Partner from Ralf Ehlers

[/IMG]

and 6152-1 at night

[/IMG]


sorry for my bad English and thank you for your time





cheers
Marcus
Thanks for sharing and for your time
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H2Finally
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July 28th, 2012, 10:05 am #6

my watchmaker Björn from Berlin made a comparison


here's a comparison of the 372 with the vintage model of the 6152-1

[/IMG]


the luminous of the original light is green and the lettering on the Dial is white.
In the 372, the luminous material and the lettering is completely off white in the shade, under which the luminescence suffer of course.
I unfortunately, because I do not know why this is so.

[/IMG]

[/IMG]

[/IMG]


The body shape is similar but there are already some differences between the generations.

Specifically, the edge in the flank of the "372" is striking.
The caseback of the old watch is higher but the case shines a little flat than the younger model.

[/IMG]


I'll probably never understand the glass floor in a diving tool watch.
I know that there have been some in times ago but that probably had more to do with Angelus Movement in a Rolex case.

[/IMG]

the security system with the Temple is up to the role almost equal. In the model of 372 you can see on the temple the lettering.

[/IMG]


The Horns of the 372 are thinner. The original has a more massive work

[/IMG]

The 6152-1 has also as a protect a kind of resin in the numbers so the luminous material has a kind of protect for oxidation

[/IMG]


Here again, the 372, which is really excellent workmanship in all respects.

[/IMG]

Another comparison with the 8 Day Partner from Ralf Ehlers

[/IMG]

and 6152-1 at night

[/IMG]


sorry for my bad English and thank you for your time





cheers
Marcus
Makes me appreciate my 372 more! Thanks for sharing!
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July 28th, 2012, 12:12 pm #7

my watchmaker Björn from Berlin made a comparison


here's a comparison of the 372 with the vintage model of the 6152-1

[/IMG]


the luminous of the original light is green and the lettering on the Dial is white.
In the 372, the luminous material and the lettering is completely off white in the shade, under which the luminescence suffer of course.
I unfortunately, because I do not know why this is so.

[/IMG]

[/IMG]

[/IMG]


The body shape is similar but there are already some differences between the generations.

Specifically, the edge in the flank of the "372" is striking.
The caseback of the old watch is higher but the case shines a little flat than the younger model.

[/IMG]


I'll probably never understand the glass floor in a diving tool watch.
I know that there have been some in times ago but that probably had more to do with Angelus Movement in a Rolex case.

[/IMG]

the security system with the Temple is up to the role almost equal. In the model of 372 you can see on the temple the lettering.

[/IMG]


The Horns of the 372 are thinner. The original has a more massive work

[/IMG]

The 6152-1 has also as a protect a kind of resin in the numbers so the luminous material has a kind of protect for oxidation

[/IMG]


Here again, the 372, which is really excellent workmanship in all respects.

[/IMG]

Another comparison with the 8 Day Partner from Ralf Ehlers

[/IMG]

and 6152-1 at night

[/IMG]


sorry for my bad English and thank you for your time





cheers
Marcus
Great comparison! Thanks for sharing!

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July 28th, 2012, 12:27 pm #8

my watchmaker Björn from Berlin made a comparison


here's a comparison of the 372 with the vintage model of the 6152-1

[/IMG]


the luminous of the original light is green and the lettering on the Dial is white.
In the 372, the luminous material and the lettering is completely off white in the shade, under which the luminescence suffer of course.
I unfortunately, because I do not know why this is so.

[/IMG]

[/IMG]

[/IMG]


The body shape is similar but there are already some differences between the generations.

Specifically, the edge in the flank of the "372" is striking.
The caseback of the old watch is higher but the case shines a little flat than the younger model.

[/IMG]


I'll probably never understand the glass floor in a diving tool watch.
I know that there have been some in times ago but that probably had more to do with Angelus Movement in a Rolex case.

[/IMG]

the security system with the Temple is up to the role almost equal. In the model of 372 you can see on the temple the lettering.

[/IMG]


The Horns of the 372 are thinner. The original has a more massive work

[/IMG]

The 6152-1 has also as a protect a kind of resin in the numbers so the luminous material has a kind of protect for oxidation

[/IMG]


Here again, the 372, which is really excellent workmanship in all respects.

[/IMG]

Another comparison with the 8 Day Partner from Ralf Ehlers

[/IMG]

and 6152-1 at night

[/IMG]


sorry for my bad English and thank you for your time





cheers
Marcus
You do not make the comparison between the hands. Both are double pencil hands but the 6152 's hands are longer and thinner than the 372's hands.
I really prefer the design of the 6152's hands.
Are they made from brass ?
And about the lugs : i always found that the lugs of the 372 are a little bit thin and your pics are the confirmation .

Cheers,
Tomi
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July 28th, 2012, 12:45 pm #9

my watchmaker Björn from Berlin made a comparison


here's a comparison of the 372 with the vintage model of the 6152-1

[/IMG]


the luminous of the original light is green and the lettering on the Dial is white.
In the 372, the luminous material and the lettering is completely off white in the shade, under which the luminescence suffer of course.
I unfortunately, because I do not know why this is so.

[/IMG]

[/IMG]

[/IMG]


The body shape is similar but there are already some differences between the generations.

Specifically, the edge in the flank of the "372" is striking.
The caseback of the old watch is higher but the case shines a little flat than the younger model.

[/IMG]


I'll probably never understand the glass floor in a diving tool watch.
I know that there have been some in times ago but that probably had more to do with Angelus Movement in a Rolex case.

[/IMG]

the security system with the Temple is up to the role almost equal. In the model of 372 you can see on the temple the lettering.

[/IMG]


The Horns of the 372 are thinner. The original has a more massive work

[/IMG]

The 6152-1 has also as a protect a kind of resin in the numbers so the luminous material has a kind of protect for oxidation

[/IMG]


Here again, the 372, which is really excellent workmanship in all respects.

[/IMG]

Another comparison with the 8 Day Partner from Ralf Ehlers

[/IMG]

and 6152-1 at night

[/IMG]


sorry for my bad English and thank you for your time





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Marcus
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July 28th, 2012, 12:50 pm #10

You do not make the comparison between the hands. Both are double pencil hands but the 6152 's hands are longer and thinner than the 372's hands.
I really prefer the design of the 6152's hands.
Are they made from brass ?
And about the lugs : i always found that the lugs of the 372 are a little bit thin and your pics are the confirmation .

Cheers,
Tomi
closer to the 6152-1 angulus, arn´t they ?

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cheers
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July 28th, 2012, 12:52 pm #11

my watchmaker Björn from Berlin made a comparison


here's a comparison of the 372 with the vintage model of the 6152-1

[/IMG]


the luminous of the original light is green and the lettering on the Dial is white.
In the 372, the luminous material and the lettering is completely off white in the shade, under which the luminescence suffer of course.
I unfortunately, because I do not know why this is so.

[/IMG]

[/IMG]

[/IMG]


The body shape is similar but there are already some differences between the generations.

Specifically, the edge in the flank of the "372" is striking.
The caseback of the old watch is higher but the case shines a little flat than the younger model.

[/IMG]


I'll probably never understand the glass floor in a diving tool watch.
I know that there have been some in times ago but that probably had more to do with Angelus Movement in a Rolex case.

[/IMG]

the security system with the Temple is up to the role almost equal. In the model of 372 you can see on the temple the lettering.

[/IMG]


The Horns of the 372 are thinner. The original has a more massive work

[/IMG]

The 6152-1 has also as a protect a kind of resin in the numbers so the luminous material has a kind of protect for oxidation

[/IMG]


Here again, the 372, which is really excellent workmanship in all respects.

[/IMG]

Another comparison with the 8 Day Partner from Ralf Ehlers

[/IMG]

and 6152-1 at night

[/IMG]


sorry for my bad English and thank you for your time





cheers
Marcus
cheers
Marcus
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July 28th, 2012, 1:04 pm #12

my watchmaker Björn from Berlin made a comparison


here's a comparison of the 372 with the vintage model of the 6152-1

[/IMG]


the luminous of the original light is green and the lettering on the Dial is white.
In the 372, the luminous material and the lettering is completely off white in the shade, under which the luminescence suffer of course.
I unfortunately, because I do not know why this is so.

[/IMG]

[/IMG]

[/IMG]


The body shape is similar but there are already some differences between the generations.

Specifically, the edge in the flank of the "372" is striking.
The caseback of the old watch is higher but the case shines a little flat than the younger model.

[/IMG]


I'll probably never understand the glass floor in a diving tool watch.
I know that there have been some in times ago but that probably had more to do with Angelus Movement in a Rolex case.

[/IMG]

the security system with the Temple is up to the role almost equal. In the model of 372 you can see on the temple the lettering.

[/IMG]


The Horns of the 372 are thinner. The original has a more massive work

[/IMG]

The 6152-1 has also as a protect a kind of resin in the numbers so the luminous material has a kind of protect for oxidation

[/IMG]


Here again, the 372, which is really excellent workmanship in all respects.

[/IMG]

Another comparison with the 8 Day Partner from Ralf Ehlers

[/IMG]

and 6152-1 at night

[/IMG]


sorry for my bad English and thank you for your time





cheers
Marcus
...the "Luminor glowing" is stunning. Always.

Cheers / Heiwidiwu
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July 28th, 2012, 1:09 pm #13

closer to the 6152-1 angulus, arn´t they ?

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Marcus
Agree with you , except the dble pencil design ; ))
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July 28th, 2012, 2:52 pm #14

my watchmaker Björn from Berlin made a comparison


here's a comparison of the 372 with the vintage model of the 6152-1

[/IMG]


the luminous of the original light is green and the lettering on the Dial is white.
In the 372, the luminous material and the lettering is completely off white in the shade, under which the luminescence suffer of course.
I unfortunately, because I do not know why this is so.

[/IMG]

[/IMG]

[/IMG]


The body shape is similar but there are already some differences between the generations.

Specifically, the edge in the flank of the "372" is striking.
The caseback of the old watch is higher but the case shines a little flat than the younger model.

[/IMG]


I'll probably never understand the glass floor in a diving tool watch.
I know that there have been some in times ago but that probably had more to do with Angelus Movement in a Rolex case.

[/IMG]

the security system with the Temple is up to the role almost equal. In the model of 372 you can see on the temple the lettering.

[/IMG]


The Horns of the 372 are thinner. The original has a more massive work

[/IMG]

The 6152-1 has also as a protect a kind of resin in the numbers so the luminous material has a kind of protect for oxidation

[/IMG]


Here again, the 372, which is really excellent workmanship in all respects.

[/IMG]

Another comparison with the 8 Day Partner from Ralf Ehlers

[/IMG]

and 6152-1 at night

[/IMG]


sorry for my bad English and thank you for your time





cheers
Marcus


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July 28th, 2012, 3:14 pm #15

my watchmaker Björn from Berlin made a comparison


here's a comparison of the 372 with the vintage model of the 6152-1

[/IMG]


the luminous of the original light is green and the lettering on the Dial is white.
In the 372, the luminous material and the lettering is completely off white in the shade, under which the luminescence suffer of course.
I unfortunately, because I do not know why this is so.

[/IMG]

[/IMG]

[/IMG]


The body shape is similar but there are already some differences between the generations.

Specifically, the edge in the flank of the "372" is striking.
The caseback of the old watch is higher but the case shines a little flat than the younger model.

[/IMG]


I'll probably never understand the glass floor in a diving tool watch.
I know that there have been some in times ago but that probably had more to do with Angelus Movement in a Rolex case.

[/IMG]

the security system with the Temple is up to the role almost equal. In the model of 372 you can see on the temple the lettering.

[/IMG]


The Horns of the 372 are thinner. The original has a more massive work

[/IMG]

The 6152-1 has also as a protect a kind of resin in the numbers so the luminous material has a kind of protect for oxidation

[/IMG]


Here again, the 372, which is really excellent workmanship in all respects.

[/IMG]

Another comparison with the 8 Day Partner from Ralf Ehlers

[/IMG]

and 6152-1 at night

[/IMG]


sorry for my bad English and thank you for your time





cheers
Marcus
Great post Marcus--sorry for the late reply--
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July 28th, 2012, 3:42 pm #16

my watchmaker Björn from Berlin made a comparison


here's a comparison of the 372 with the vintage model of the 6152-1

[/IMG]


the luminous of the original light is green and the lettering on the Dial is white.
In the 372, the luminous material and the lettering is completely off white in the shade, under which the luminescence suffer of course.
I unfortunately, because I do not know why this is so.

[/IMG]

[/IMG]

[/IMG]


The body shape is similar but there are already some differences between the generations.

Specifically, the edge in the flank of the "372" is striking.
The caseback of the old watch is higher but the case shines a little flat than the younger model.

[/IMG]


I'll probably never understand the glass floor in a diving tool watch.
I know that there have been some in times ago but that probably had more to do with Angelus Movement in a Rolex case.

[/IMG]

the security system with the Temple is up to the role almost equal. In the model of 372 you can see on the temple the lettering.

[/IMG]


The Horns of the 372 are thinner. The original has a more massive work

[/IMG]

The 6152-1 has also as a protect a kind of resin in the numbers so the luminous material has a kind of protect for oxidation

[/IMG]


Here again, the 372, which is really excellent workmanship in all respects.

[/IMG]

Another comparison with the 8 Day Partner from Ralf Ehlers

[/IMG]

and 6152-1 at night

[/IMG]


sorry for my bad English and thank you for your time





cheers
Marcus
Your 6152-1 is simply stunning. Thank you for posting.

JRock

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July 28th, 2012, 3:58 pm #17

my watchmaker Björn from Berlin made a comparison


here's a comparison of the 372 with the vintage model of the 6152-1

[/IMG]


the luminous of the original light is green and the lettering on the Dial is white.
In the 372, the luminous material and the lettering is completely off white in the shade, under which the luminescence suffer of course.
I unfortunately, because I do not know why this is so.

[/IMG]

[/IMG]

[/IMG]


The body shape is similar but there are already some differences between the generations.

Specifically, the edge in the flank of the "372" is striking.
The caseback of the old watch is higher but the case shines a little flat than the younger model.

[/IMG]


I'll probably never understand the glass floor in a diving tool watch.
I know that there have been some in times ago but that probably had more to do with Angelus Movement in a Rolex case.

[/IMG]

the security system with the Temple is up to the role almost equal. In the model of 372 you can see on the temple the lettering.

[/IMG]


The Horns of the 372 are thinner. The original has a more massive work

[/IMG]

The 6152-1 has also as a protect a kind of resin in the numbers so the luminous material has a kind of protect for oxidation

[/IMG]


Here again, the 372, which is really excellent workmanship in all respects.

[/IMG]

Another comparison with the 8 Day Partner from Ralf Ehlers

[/IMG]

and 6152-1 at night

[/IMG]


sorry for my bad English and thank you for your time





cheers
Marcus
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July 28th, 2012, 4:10 pm #18

my watchmaker Björn from Berlin made a comparison


here's a comparison of the 372 with the vintage model of the 6152-1

[/IMG]


the luminous of the original light is green and the lettering on the Dial is white.
In the 372, the luminous material and the lettering is completely off white in the shade, under which the luminescence suffer of course.
I unfortunately, because I do not know why this is so.

[/IMG]

[/IMG]

[/IMG]


The body shape is similar but there are already some differences between the generations.

Specifically, the edge in the flank of the "372" is striking.
The caseback of the old watch is higher but the case shines a little flat than the younger model.

[/IMG]


I'll probably never understand the glass floor in a diving tool watch.
I know that there have been some in times ago but that probably had more to do with Angelus Movement in a Rolex case.

[/IMG]

the security system with the Temple is up to the role almost equal. In the model of 372 you can see on the temple the lettering.

[/IMG]


The Horns of the 372 are thinner. The original has a more massive work

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The 6152-1 has also as a protect a kind of resin in the numbers so the luminous material has a kind of protect for oxidation

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Here again, the 372, which is really excellent workmanship in all respects.

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Another comparison with the 8 Day Partner from Ralf Ehlers

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and 6152-1 at night

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sorry for my bad English and thank you for your time





cheers
Marcus
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July 28th, 2012, 4:12 pm #19

my watchmaker Björn from Berlin made a comparison


here's a comparison of the 372 with the vintage model of the 6152-1

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the luminous of the original light is green and the lettering on the Dial is white.
In the 372, the luminous material and the lettering is completely off white in the shade, under which the luminescence suffer of course.
I unfortunately, because I do not know why this is so.

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The body shape is similar but there are already some differences between the generations.

Specifically, the edge in the flank of the "372" is striking.
The caseback of the old watch is higher but the case shines a little flat than the younger model.

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I'll probably never understand the glass floor in a diving tool watch.
I know that there have been some in times ago but that probably had more to do with Angelus Movement in a Rolex case.

[/IMG]

the security system with the Temple is up to the role almost equal. In the model of 372 you can see on the temple the lettering.

[/IMG]


The Horns of the 372 are thinner. The original has a more massive work

[/IMG]

The 6152-1 has also as a protect a kind of resin in the numbers so the luminous material has a kind of protect for oxidation

[/IMG]


Here again, the 372, which is really excellent workmanship in all respects.

[/IMG]

Another comparison with the 8 Day Partner from Ralf Ehlers

[/IMG]

and 6152-1 at night

[/IMG]


sorry for my bad English and thank you for your time





cheers
Marcus
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Ralf aka Campsbay

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July 28th, 2012, 4:26 pm #20

my watchmaker Björn from Berlin made a comparison


here's a comparison of the 372 with the vintage model of the 6152-1

[/IMG]


the luminous of the original light is green and the lettering on the Dial is white.
In the 372, the luminous material and the lettering is completely off white in the shade, under which the luminescence suffer of course.
I unfortunately, because I do not know why this is so.

[/IMG]

[/IMG]

[/IMG]


The body shape is similar but there are already some differences between the generations.

Specifically, the edge in the flank of the "372" is striking.
The caseback of the old watch is higher but the case shines a little flat than the younger model.

[/IMG]


I'll probably never understand the glass floor in a diving tool watch.
I know that there have been some in times ago but that probably had more to do with Angelus Movement in a Rolex case.

[/IMG]

the security system with the Temple is up to the role almost equal. In the model of 372 you can see on the temple the lettering.

[/IMG]


The Horns of the 372 are thinner. The original has a more massive work

[/IMG]

The 6152-1 has also as a protect a kind of resin in the numbers so the luminous material has a kind of protect for oxidation

[/IMG]


Here again, the 372, which is really excellent workmanship in all respects.

[/IMG]

Another comparison with the 8 Day Partner from Ralf Ehlers

[/IMG]

and 6152-1 at night

[/IMG]


sorry for my bad English and thank you for your time





cheers
Marcus
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Cheers and best from the holyland,

~Asi~



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