Typical example of a Giuseppe Panerai prototype

Typical example of a Giuseppe Panerai prototype

Asimut
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May 19th, 2012, 2:44 pm #1

Here is a nice example of a timing device, very typical of Panerai. The plexiglass demonstration case and the mechanics, just beautiful.


No need for many words, here are the pics:






bottoms up





and the main feature




















HAGWE






Cheers and best from the holyland,

~Asi~



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May 19th, 2012, 3:40 pm #2

Thanks for the super post!

Would love to know what was used as the base movement.

Sincerely,
Johnny Mac

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May 19th, 2012, 4:35 pm #3

Here is a nice example of a timing device, very typical of Panerai. The plexiglass demonstration case and the mechanics, just beautiful.


No need for many words, here are the pics:






bottoms up





and the main feature




















HAGWE






Cheers and best from the holyland,

~Asi~



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May 20th, 2012, 3:35 am #4

Here is a nice example of a timing device, very typical of Panerai. The plexiglass demonstration case and the mechanics, just beautiful.


No need for many words, here are the pics:






bottoms up





and the main feature




















HAGWE






Cheers and best from the holyland,

~Asi~



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May 20th, 2012, 3:55 am #5

Here is a nice example of a timing device, very typical of Panerai. The plexiglass demonstration case and the mechanics, just beautiful.


No need for many words, here are the pics:






bottoms up





and the main feature




















HAGWE






Cheers and best from the holyland,

~Asi~



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May 20th, 2012, 8:15 am #6

Here is a nice example of a timing device, very typical of Panerai. The plexiglass demonstration case and the mechanics, just beautiful.


No need for many words, here are the pics:






bottoms up





and the main feature




















HAGWE






Cheers and best from the holyland,

~Asi~



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Great pictures Asi.

Thanks for posting.
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May 20th, 2012, 5:34 pm #7

Here is a nice example of a timing device, very typical of Panerai. The plexiglass demonstration case and the mechanics, just beautiful.


No need for many words, here are the pics:






bottoms up





and the main feature




















HAGWE






Cheers and best from the holyland,

~Asi~



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May 20th, 2012, 5:50 pm #8

Here is a nice example of a timing device, very typical of Panerai. The plexiglass demonstration case and the mechanics, just beautiful.


No need for many words, here are the pics:






bottoms up





and the main feature




















HAGWE






Cheers and best from the holyland,

~Asi~



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representin' the DNA of Panerai
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May 20th, 2012, 9:31 pm #9

Here is a nice example of a timing device, very typical of Panerai. The plexiglass demonstration case and the mechanics, just beautiful.


No need for many words, here are the pics:






bottoms up





and the main feature




















HAGWE






Cheers and best from the holyland,

~Asi~



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Asi,

What a wonderful piece! Great macro shots.

Looks so harmless...

I guess you could consider this "BNIB never used".

2 questions for you:

- Is there a particular reason for no "Officine Panerai" branding on the timing device? I imagine it isn't really something you want to be recognized for or traced back to.

- Is there any luminescence involved?

Thank you for sharing.

Ciao,

Giancarlo.

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May 20th, 2012, 10:27 pm #10

Here is a nice example of a timing device, very typical of Panerai. The plexiglass demonstration case and the mechanics, just beautiful.


No need for many words, here are the pics:






bottoms up





and the main feature




















HAGWE






Cheers and best from the holyland,

~Asi~



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When I can't seem to see any dial /display?

Thanks again for these!



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May 21st, 2012, 5:26 pm #11

Its a demo unit, most likely to show the important mechanical feature. That it why it's set in plexy.

Cheers and best from the holyland,

~Asi~



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May 21st, 2012, 5:30 pm #12

Asi,

What a wonderful piece! Great macro shots.

Looks so harmless...

I guess you could consider this "BNIB never used".

2 questions for you:

- Is there a particular reason for no "Officine Panerai" branding on the timing device? I imagine it isn't really something you want to be recognized for or traced back to.

- Is there any luminescence involved?

Thank you for sharing.

Ciao,

Giancarlo.
No problem with writing OP, just this unit was to demonstrate a mechanical feature so they didn't bother with branding it. On other units you could see OP clearly. How do we know it's OP? Well, the place it was found.

No luminescence, and never saw any in other complete pieces as well.

Cheers and best from the holyland,

~Asi~



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May 21st, 2012, 5:31 pm #13

Thanks for the super post!

Would love to know what was used as the base movement.

Sincerely,
Johnny Mac

Cheers and best from the holyland,

~Asi~



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zameenzahari
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May 22nd, 2012, 3:18 am #14

Its a demo unit, most likely to show the important mechanical feature. That it why it's set in plexy.

Cheers and best from the holyland,

~Asi~



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May 22nd, 2012, 3:19 am #15





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rorrickj34
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May 23rd, 2012, 3:26 pm #16

Here is a nice example of a timing device, very typical of Panerai. The plexiglass demonstration case and the mechanics, just beautiful.


No need for many words, here are the pics:






bottoms up





and the main feature




















HAGWE






Cheers and best from the holyland,

~Asi~



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Thanks for sharing!
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