The most anticipated modern Panerai ever offered

The most anticipated modern Panerai ever offered

Postby eddiea » January 17th 2015, 1:29pm

The Historic Luminor 1950 3 Days Panerai PAM00372..........
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Re: The most anticipated modern Panerai ever offered

Postby jason_recliner » January 17th 2015, 2:12pm

Indeed. I was anticipating the release of the 372 SO much more than the 371.
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Re: The most anticipated modern Panerai ever offered

Postby 3Flushes » January 17th 2015, 2:15pm

Interesting read. Funny how the guy refers as the 44 as a "gateway" watch to the 47.
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Re: The most anticipated modern Panerai ever offered

Postby foghorn » January 17th 2015, 2:28pm

3Flushes wrote:Interesting read. Funny how the guy refers as the 44 as a "gateway" watch to the 47.



And the 47 is a "gateway" watch to a Hydromax. :mrgreen:
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Re: The most anticipated modern Panerai ever offered

Postby iwasbanned » January 17th 2015, 3:41pm

Do it Eddie:

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Re: The most anticipated modern Panerai ever offered

Postby TemerityB » January 17th 2015, 5:37pm

foghorn wrote:
3Flushes wrote:Interesting read. Funny how the guy refers as the 44 as a "gateway" watch to the 47.



And the 47 is a "gateway" watch to a Hydromax. :mrgreen:


Didn't see that one coming ... line o' the week!
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Re: The most anticipated modern Panerai ever offered

Postby 3Flushes » January 17th 2015, 6:06pm

TemerityB wrote:
foghorn wrote:
3Flushes wrote:Interesting read. Funny how the guy refers as the 44 as a "gateway" watch to the 47.



And the 47 is a "gateway" watch to a Hydromax. :mrgreen:


Didn't see that one coming ... line o' the week!


That's funny alright, I don't care who ya are!
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Re: The most anticipated modern Panerai ever offered

Postby eddiea » January 17th 2015, 6:30pm

iwasbanned wrote:Do it Eddie:

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Re: The most anticipated modern Panerai ever offered

Postby eddiea » January 17th 2015, 7:12pm

3Flushes wrote:
TemerityB wrote:
foghorn wrote:
3Flushes wrote:Interesting read. Funny how the guy refers as the 44 as a "gateway" watch to the 47.
And the 47 is a "gateway" watch to a Hydromax. :mrgreen:
Didn't see that one coming ... line o' the week!
That's funny alright, I don't care who ya are!


The 372 is a big, tall watch no doubt, same high as the Citizen Signature Grand Touring Sport I believe? ....thought you like big, tall watches with sustancial macho crown guards ? ..... Now that's really, really funny , what happened? ;)
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Re: The most anticipated modern Panerai ever offered

Postby Nuvolari » January 17th 2015, 7:56pm

Meh. Anticipated about as much as the playoffs to determine the most powerful football team in Alaska.
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Re: The most anticipated modern Panerai ever offered

Postby 3Flushes » January 17th 2015, 7:57pm

eddiea wrote:
3Flushes wrote:
TemerityB wrote:
foghorn wrote:
3Flushes wrote:Interesting read. Funny how the guy refers as the 44 as a "gateway" watch to the 47.
And the 47 is a "gateway" watch to a Hydromax. :mrgreen:
Didn't see that one coming ... line o' the week!
That's funny alright, I don't care who ya are!


The 372 is a big, tall watch no doubt, same high as the Citizen Signature Grand Touring Sport I believe? ....thought you like big, tall watches with sustancial macho crown guards ? ..... Now that's really, really funny , what happened? ;)


I do. I just thought it was funny because the way the term was used struck me in a substance abuse vernacular, e.g., that marijuana is a gateway to more dangerous drugs. But, you were talking to foggy, huh. Nevermind. :)
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Re: The most anticipated modern Panerai ever offered

Postby Mark1 » January 17th 2015, 9:56pm

The Rooster nailed it IMO. No problem with a little pot but when some scumbag steals your car to buy crack-we got an issue.
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Re: The most anticipated modern Panerai ever offered

Postby foghorn » January 18th 2015, 12:38pm

Just making light of the "gateway" statement. I have nothing against the size of Panerais but I do find it somewhat funny the way the fans (Paneristi) elevate the brand to a mythical level. And I like Jakes idea of showing the watch being worn by a Pannequin to demonstrate how it looks on a "real" person.
I like Panerais.
I prefer watches in the 40-44 mm size but do have a couple larger models.
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Re: The most anticipated modern Panerai ever offered

Postby eddiea » January 18th 2015, 12:50pm

Nuvolari wrote:Meh. Anticipated about as much as the playoffs to determine the most powerful football team in Alaska.

Interesting factual sounding statement, care to elaborate how you came up with that conclusive line ...or is just, your own personal opinion?
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Re: The most anticipated modern Panerai ever offered

Postby bedlam » January 18th 2015, 5:57pm

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Re: The most anticipated modern Panerai ever offered

Postby Nuvolari » January 18th 2015, 6:33pm

Nah, that's my own line of shit completely fact free. I just have not warmed up to it...

eddiea wrote:
Nuvolari wrote:Meh. Anticipated about as much as the playoffs to determine the most powerful football team in Alaska.

Interesting factual sounding statement, care to elaborate how you came up with that conclusive line ...or is just, your own personal opinion?
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Re: The most anticipated modern Panerai ever offered

Postby conjurer » January 18th 2015, 9:39pm

foghorn wrote:I have nothing against the size of Panerais but I do find it somewhat funny the way the fans (Paneristi) elevate the brand to a mythical level.


Like with the "Brooklyn Bridge" model!
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Re: The most anticipated modern Panerai ever offered

Postby 3Flushes » January 18th 2015, 11:24pm

conjurer wrote:
foghorn wrote:I have nothing against the size of Panerais but I do find it somewhat funny the way the fans (Paneristi) elevate the brand to a mythical level.


Like with the "Brooklyn Bridge" model!


BROOKLYNBRIDGEBROOKLYNBRIDGE. FOR THE LOVE OF GOD WITH THE BROOKLYN BRIDGE! Marone! Find a way to let go already. This thing of yours, this cobb up your keester, it's... it's just not healthy already, man!

:lol:
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Re: The most anticipated modern Panerai ever offered

Postby conjurer » January 19th 2015, 12:39am

3Flushes wrote:
conjurer wrote:
foghorn wrote:I have nothing against the size of Panerais but I do find it somewhat funny the way the fans (Paneristi) elevate the brand to a mythical level.


Like with the "Brooklyn Bridge" model!


BROOKLYNBRIDGEBROOKLYNBRIDGE. FOR THE LOVE OF GOD WITH THE BROOKLYN BRIDGE! Marone! Find a way to let go already. This thing of yours, this cobb up your keester, it's... it's just not healthy already, man!

:lol:


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Re: The most anticipated modern Panerai ever offered

Postby eddiea » January 19th 2015, 4:44am

conjurer wrote:I know. I'm just stirring the pot.


It seems every other attempt to have a conversation about watches in the forum, end up derailed or diluted into bullshit ... really a shame.
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Re: The most anticipated modern Panerai ever offered

Postby conjurer » January 19th 2015, 9:41pm

eddiea wrote:
conjurer wrote:I know. I'm just stirring the pot.


It seems every other attempt to have a conversation about watches in the forum, end up derailed or diluted into bullshit ... really a shame.


Allow me to apologize, Eddie. My posting was crass, and I'm sorry for hijacking the thread.
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