Hamilton Pan Europe H30

Hamilton Pan Europe H30

Postby gregl515 » October 25th 2014, 8:06pm

If I hadn't bought a Riseman, a Giez and a Seiko Alpinist while shopping under the influence, this baby would be mine! I can't decide, Blue or gray?

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Re: Hamilton Pan Europe H30

Postby conjurer » October 25th 2014, 11:02pm

The blue's the one I'd pick. It gives me a very thick, ropey boner.

I still think the Alpinist you picked up is a winner, though. You ever want to get rid of it, drop me a line. I really think that's one of the best watches Seiko's come out with in the last ten years.
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Re: Hamilton Pan Europe H30

Postby eddiea » October 26th 2014, 4:57am

Not sure I like it that much to pay $1,100 for it....
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Re: Hamilton Pan Europe H30

Postby fatman » October 26th 2014, 5:01am

Grey or gray. I prefer grey. It how the euro trash rolls. Yo!
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Re: Hamilton Pan Europe H30

Postby Dr.Morningwood » October 26th 2014, 6:07am

Tough choice. I like them both but would pick the Gray only because I have a few diver's with blue dials.
I love my Silver Dial Chrono.
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Re: Hamilton Pan Europe H30

Postby svaglic » October 26th 2014, 6:17am

I think you should shop under the influence again and buy both. (Smileys are not showing up on my tablet)
Blue or silver would be nice. I have a couple of nice blues, so I would probably go with the silver.
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Re: Hamilton Pan Europe H30

Postby Kahuna74 » October 26th 2014, 7:48am

It seems like any watch over 1000.00 stops me cold. One of these days I will break that feeling I think, and when I do,,,
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Re: Hamilton Pan Europe H30

Postby biglove » October 26th 2014, 8:20am

conjurer wrote:The blue's the one I'd pick. It gives me a very thick, ropey boner.

I still think the Alpinist you picked up is a winner, though. You ever want to get rid of it, drop me a line. I really think that's one of the best watches Seiko's come out with in the last ten years.


I say go grey. And damnit, Conjoinererwr, I already have dibs on that Alpinist for the flip! ;)



Kahuna74 wrote:It seems like any watch over 1000.00 stops me cold. One of these days I will break that feeling I think, and when I do,,,

Well, my suggestion is to pick up a nice used Omega PO. Best $2K+ I have ever spent and would do it again in a heartbeat, thank you Juan!
That Ball Marvelight didn't make me blink at $1500.
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Re: Hamilton Pan Europe H30

Postby kevco » October 27th 2014, 6:44am

Blue for me.
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Re: Hamilton Pan Europe H30

Postby catnap » October 27th 2014, 3:09pm

Both get my vote, nice lookin watches
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Re: Hamilton Pan Europe H30

Postby AJC » October 29th 2014, 8:58am

Don't damage the bezel insert.

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Re: Hamilton Pan Europe H30

Postby Don Barzini » October 29th 2014, 11:36am

AJC wrote:Don't damage the bezel insert.

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Re: Hamilton Pan Europe H30

Postby jason_recliner » October 29th 2014, 4:45pm

Not bad, not bad at all. Sort of like a Seiko 5 with a better movement. Prove is crazy now, but should settle over time.
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Re: Hamilton Pan Europe H30

Postby 3Flushes » October 29th 2014, 11:29pm

sorry, nevermind
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