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    Re: Post up your Parnis!

    Got this Parnis today, very nice case and very noisy rotor. All in all I'm pleased, even though I was a bit disappointed about the silver dial, when I thought it was going to be white. And it's a bit surprising that the 6 and 12 have a different color from the rest, with a turquoise, more greenish hue.



    Here the numbers can be seen a bit better:
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    Here is my Parnis with rose gold love how it looks and it keeps great time.

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    I have four of them so far - and one on it's way!

    The one I like the most (probably also because i love the watch based on it, the portuguese, and ofcourse because I had made a custom strap for it which make the total so much better..)


    Then there is this PAM Homage, pvd. I like it, especially on a green army nato, but it's getting less wristtime. Runs very smooth though, way better than expected. It was cheap of the bay, and the finishing is less then I'm used to on parnis watches.. Look at the 'Parnis' text on the dial for example.



    The Third is a datejust II homage - very awesome dial with good depth and not much amazed by the bracelet/clasp. But hey, for only 90$ it's ok. Nowadays wearing it on a blue perlon or bond nato - way better!






    The last one is just beautiful and own design. I love it and it was my first 'real' chronograph. Now, a long time later, I'm wearing it a little less but I still love the design and the brown colour of the dial.

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    Re: Post up your Parnis!

    If you mean by own design that this is a parnis design then i'm sorry to dissapoint but it's based on a panerai, but still a great looking watch u got!

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    Hey, didn't even know. Not much own design indeed. Thanks ;)

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    Re: Post up your Parnis!

    Today i Have my sub homage
    Good quality , one question :
    Can i swim with ?
    I not Have doc
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    Bonne journée

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    Nice Electric blue !


    Bonne journée

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    I recieved this a few weeks ago, no Parnis brand marking but sold as such. Initial impression was very favourable, it had the look and feel of a much more expensive watch. The strap is a bit cheap and will be upgraded once it starts wearing out. Serial number stamped on the side, which is the same number on all of this type. The hands all line up correctly, the mechanism is non hacking. Time keeping seems reasonable and I've only had to reset the time when it wound down. The lume is pretty poor but that was expected.

    The winding mechanism soon became very stiff and I needed to hold the crown with a small pair of pliers. I heard reports of some watches being shipped unlubricated and have put in a few drops of oil which I got with an electric shaver which seems to have freed things up.

    For the price I can't complain, it's a nice formal looking watch for when the occasion demands one.
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    Re: Post up your Parnis!

    Today i change the Metallic bracelet : to small for my Hand opening



    Bonne journée
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