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    Hamilton Pan Europ

    Does anyone own this watch or have info? I quite like it.

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    Re: Hamilton Pan Europ

    Don't have one but check this thread out...

    https://forums.watchuseek.com/f357/ph...vy-583906.html
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    Re: Hamilton Pan Europ

    Quote Originally Posted by various121 View Post
    Don't have one but check this thread out...

    https://forums.watchuseek.com/f357/ph...vy-583906.html
    Oh, thanks. That thread did not come up on my Google search (normally the watchuseek threads are in the top two or three results...).

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    Re: Hamilton Pan Europ

    It is very appealing. Several members have one (or two, in one instance I know of) and they say very nice things about them.
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    This watch is a definite keeper as far as I am concerned.
    Must say that my heart goes to the LE blue dial.
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    Re: Hamilton Pan Europ

    I have the blue dial LE version and love it. The only criticism I have is related to the strap... it feels cheap and I will be replacing it promptly.

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    Re: Hamilton Pan Europ

    I own the more attractive silver dial and my only complaint would be the strap. It's a lot of watch for the money and I really enjoy it. It has so many little details in the dial that make it seem much more expensive than it is.

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    Re: Hamilton Pan Europ

    We've got a couple and really like them. Very comfortable and good looking. I love that perforated strap Perseus has on his, and we've been on-and-off with a black silicon rally strap with big holes on the silver dial which is super comfy too.

    What questions do you have about the watch?

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    Re: Hamilton Pan Europ

    Quote Originally Posted by Perseus View Post
    I own the more attractive silver dial and my only complaint would be the strap. It's a lot of watch for the money and I really enjoy it. It has so many little details in the dial that make it seem much more expensive than it is.
    Nice strap Perseus. What is it? The pic is a bit dark to tell for sure, but it looks like it has curved ends. Is that true? I tried putting a straight end strap on mine, but the curvature of the case put too much strain on the springbars and I popped one, so I went back to the curved OEM strap.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BrentYYC View Post
    Nice strap Perseus. What is it? The pic is a bit dark to tell for sure, but it looks like it has curved ends. Is that true? I tried putting a straight end strap on mine, but the curvature of the case put too much strain on the springbars and I popped one, so I went back to the curved OEM strap.
    It's a Di-Modell Rallye strap. It has straight ends but they were soft enough to accommodate the curved spring bars. I bought it from forum sponsor Freda Watch Straps. Rallye Racing BEST SELLER


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