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    Best Panerai Homage? (Part 2)

    As per Mod request, here she is. Bigger and Better!

    Also, I would like to make a request. Can we refrain from using image hosting services that take down the images after a while?
    This is going to be a popular thread, so we don't want a whole bunch of

    throughout the thread.

    One way to solve this is to do what I do and use the "Manage Attachments" button under the Advanced section.

    1) Click "Reply"
    2) Click "Go Advanced"
    3) Click "Manage Attachments"
    4) "Browse..." for files and "Upload"
    5) RIGHT click on uploaded image (above Manage Attachments Button) and select "Copy Shortcut" ("Copy Link Location" if you're using Firefox)
    6) Click on "Insert Image" icon
    7) Right click and Paste (or CTRL-V)
    That's it!

    Any method which avoids missing pictures is appreciated.
    Thanks!

    List of Homage makers (In order of approximate cost):


    RolingHK
    RolingHK photobucket album - (Photobucket album only, select sections on left nav)
    Low end PAM homage: $55 - $100 (approximate range - not all have prices)
    Contact via: [email protected]


    Getat Watch aka "Tat"
    www.siswatch727.com
    Low end PAM homages: $80-$130
    Known for: Great handmade straps and will do custom work with parts on site. Super Luminova available.


    MilitaryTime aka "Jackson"
    www.jackston-tse.com (remove the -)
    Low end PAM homages: $70-$150+
    Other Parnis homages (B&R, Uboat): $70-$100
    Known for: Large selection, and options like sapphire or swan neck movements


    Helenarou aka "[email protected][email protected] watch"
    www.helenarou.com
    Low end PAM homages: $80-$150
    B&R homages:$70-$80


    Manbushijie
    www.manbushijie.com
    Low end PAM homages: $70-$140
    Other Parnis homages: $70-$100
    Submariner and PO homages: $60-$70
    Known for: register on the site to receive wholesale pricing


    Watch (that's the title on their website)
    http://www.dajiwatch.com/Default.asp
    Low end PAM homage: $83 - $220
    Other Parnis: $87 - $110
    Large selection, have some other submariner homages as well.


    REEDSCO
    aka Reed Tan
    http://www.reedsco.com/2009/09/modified-homages_14.html
    PAM homages: $200 (SGD 280)


    Exclusive Watches

    Currently on hiatus/site under construction www.homagewatch.com /can be reached through homageforum.com
    Mid-Range PAM homages:$150-$300+
    Mid Range Rolex homages: $300


    Davidsen aka "DSN"
    Parts available:http://s240.photobucket.com/albums/ff85/james123chen/
    Contact for purchase: [email protected]
    High end Swiss PAM homages:$400++
    Known for: handbuilt watches and top notch parts, custom work available


    JOA
    [email protected]
    High end PAM homages:$400++
    Known for: handbuilt, high end, custom pieces


    Dievas
    http://www.gnomonwatches.com/Dievas.html
    High end PAM homages:$400+


    RXW aka "RockX"
    http://www.rxw.jp/eng/
    Ultra high end PAM homages: $1k (Beware of FAKES!)
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    Re: Best Panerai Homage? (Part 2)

    SOTC for me :


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    2nd rank : Radiomir (california dial) - Submersible - Military MkV (black)

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    Re: Best Panerai Homage? (Part 2)

    Maybe this is a good time to jump in and make a more refined startpost on where to go for what kind of homages, as the old thread was riddled with questions about how to contact JOA or Davidsen or what Jackson's website was?

    Or is that something we can't talk about at all anymore with the new ScoobyDoo regulations?

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    Re: Best Panerai Homage? (Part 2)

    I could include that information in the first post if it's ok with the powers that be.

    Here are mine:

    Getat Custom


    Back with protective plastic.


    Barotech


    My own creation
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    Re: Best Panerai Homage? (Part 2)

    Quote Originally Posted by TNT13 View Post
    I could include that information in the first post if it's ok with the powers that be.
    The problem is specifically with MM branded homages because of Richemont's trademark, avoid those and you're ok. Also, a certain manufacturer of Pam homages (Military +1m3) spammed multiple forums so his website is listed in the board software's Twilight Zone.

    Here's the link back to the original thread:

    https://forums.watchuseek.com/showthread.php?t=87363

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    Re: Best Panerai Homage? (Part 2)

    Ok, so if people can post what sites/contacts they feel should be included, I can put them all in the first post.

    I would ideally like the following info:

    Name of company
    AKA (nicknames often used on the forum)
    e-mail address
    website
    ball park price range for a homage watch
    Special Services offered (such as custom work)
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    How to decipher Rolexspeak:
    Perpetual means Automatic; Datejust lets you adjust the date; A Superlative Chronometre is COSC certified; A Rolex President has an adjustable day and date

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    Re: Best Panerai Homage? (Part 2)

    I'll do my part. This definitely needs to be in the first post because there are way too many topics asking where to get this stuff. It should also be noted that ALL of these sellers have a good reputation here, so there is no need to ask which to go for.


    Getat Watch aka "Getat"
    www.siswatch727.com
    Low end PAM homages: $80-$130
    Known for: Great handmade straps and will do custom work with parts on site


    MilitaryTime aka "Jackson"
    www.jackston-tse.com (remove the -)
    Low end PAM homages: $70-$150+
    Other Parnis homages (B&R, Uboat): $70-$100
    Known for: Large selection, and options like sapphire or swan neck movements


    Helenarou aka "Muhreenuh watch"
    www.helenarou.com
    Low end PAM homages: $80-$150
    B&R homages:$70-$80


    Manbushijie
    www.manbushijie.com
    Low end PAM homages: $70-$140
    Other Parnis homages: $70-$100
    Submariner and PO homages: $60-$70
    Known for: register on the site to receive wholesale pricing


    Exclusive Watches
    Currently on hiatus/site under construction www.homagewatch.com /can be reached through homageforum.com
    Mid-Range PAM homages:$150-$300+
    Mid Range Rolex homages: $300


    Davidsen aka "DSN"
    Parts available:http://s240.photobucket.com/albums/ff85/james123chen/
    Contact for purchase: [email protected]
    High end Swiss PAM homages:$400++
    Known for: handbuilt watches and top notch parts, custom work available


    JOA
    [email protected]
    High end PAM homages:$400++
    Known for: handbuilt, high end, custom pieces


    Dievas
    http://www.gnomonwatches.com/Dievas.html
    High end PAM homages:$400+


    RXW aka "RockX"
    http://www.rxw.jp/eng/
    Ultra high end PAM homages: $1k
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    Re: Best Panerai Homage? (Part 2)

    Thanks!!!

    Excellent!
    I made a couple of minor changes. If anyone wants to add anything, please let me know.

    Maybe we should add a FAQ.
    Last edited by TNT13; January 23rd, 2010 at 08:55.
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    Re: Best Panerai Homage? (Part 2)

    Quote Originally Posted by TNT13 View Post
    As per Mod request, here she is. Bigger and Better!

    Also, I would like to make a request. Can we refrain from using image hosting services that take down the images after a while?
    This is going to be a popular thread, so we don't want a whole bunch of

    throughout the thread.

    One way to solve this is to do what I do and use the "Manage Attachments" button under the Advanced section.

    1) Click "Reply"
    2) Click "Go Advanced"
    3) Click "Manage Attachments"
    4) "Browse..." for files and "Upload"
    5) RIGHT click on uploaded image (above Manage Attachments Button) and select "Copy Shortcut" ("Copy Link Location" if you're using Firefox)
    6) Click on "Insert Image" icon
    7) Right click and Paste (or CTRL-V)
    That's it!

    The broken "This image has been deleted" icon appears when the user deletes it from their account, or, photobucket deams it as inappropriate (p0rn, nudity, etc). They just don't get rid of images for no reason "after a while."

    It drives me nuts when I see these broken photobucket IMG icons all over the forums. Why do people go through the trouble of creating an account, uploading files, copy and pasting the URL here, then deleting the photo from their account? What a mess.

    Just use www.tinypic.com and be done with it. As long as it's not pr0n or contains nudity, I don't think I've EVER seen a broken tinypic icon.
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    Re: Best Panerai Homage? (Part 2)

    Hello,

    I am currently in the market for a PAM homage but my problem is that I have a very small wrist so every whatch that has more than 42mm (better 40mm) in diameter looks ridiculous. I do not want a watch which is too low end. Any suggestions?

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