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    The ideal modern Panerai collection

    Hello my Paneristi friends. If you were to start a new PAM collection composed of only new watches, and eventually some new "old stock" (recent models), what would be the watches that you would buy. To make it a less time consuming assignement, let's limit it to 6 watches, all Luminor, all metals included. In other words, what would be your ideal new PAM collection? If you would like to comment your choices, please do so.

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    Re: The ideal modern Panerai collection

    Base steel
    Destro (ceramic maybe)
    And a Radiomir because that's what started it all...

    Also, probably two Sandwich Dial, one with seconds hand and one without...one painted or sauasage dial

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    Re: The ideal modern Panerai collection

    Not sure if they meet your reqs, but I´d go for these:

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    Pam 217, Pam 127, Pam 36, Pam 449, Pam 249 and Pam 372
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    Re: The ideal modern Panerai collection

    I started recently, and so far I have an all Luminor collection : 1005(logo), 1305(titanium sub), 372 (with plexi), and 88(gmt).





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    Re: The ideal modern Panerai collection

    I feel like every Panerai enthusiast should own one Radiomir
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    Re: The ideal modern Panerai collection

    Thank you for responding. I forgot to mention that they should all be 44mm. Of course, even if your suggestions doesn't meet my criterias, I am still interested in them as it may inspire me.
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    Re: The ideal modern Panerai collection

    Quote Originally Posted by Notorious972 View Post
    I started recently, and so far I have an all Luminor collection : 1005(logo), 1305(titanium sub), 372 (with plexi), and 88(gmt).
    372, does it have a domed plexi?
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    Re: The ideal modern Panerai collection

    Quote Originally Posted by Karlisnet View Post
    Not sure if they meet your reqs, but I´d go for these:

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    Pam 217, Pam 127, Pam 36, Pam 449, Pam 249 and Pam 372
    I see your first PAM, the gorgeous 217 at the beginning of the list. Glad to see that you already planned your Panerai collection
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    Re: The ideal modern Panerai collection

    Not sure the “New” spring bar, snap back Luminors would interest me.

    I’m more of a historic guy when it comes to Pams.

    So if I was starting out (And money was no object of course) I would get these.

    A Bronzo, of course, preferably a 382 or 671.

    A Radiomir Base Dial, probably a 183 with the engraved movement.

    A 127, or a 372, which is even better with the plexi glass.

    A 87, la bomba, because a 1000m with a case like a tank screams Panerai to me.

    A Zero, possibly still my favourite Luminor.

    And lastly a complication, probably a 233, with that amazing domed Chrystal.

    Doesn’t fit your guidelines entirely Panerol, but would be my choices.
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    Re: The ideal modern Panerai collection

    Quote Originally Posted by bigclive2011 View Post
    Not sure the “New” spring bar, snap back Luminors would interest me.

    I’m more of a historic guy when it comes to Pams.

    So if I was starting out (And money was no object of course) I would get these.

    A Bronzo, of course, preferably a 382 or 671.

    A Radiomir Base Dial, probably a 183 with the engraved movement.

    A 127, or a 372, which is even better with the plexi glass.

    A 87, la bomba, because a 1000m with a case like a tank screams Panerai to me.

    A Zero, possibly still my favourite Luminor.

    And lastly a complication, probably a 233, with that amazing domed Chrystal.

    Doesn’t fit your guidelines entirely Panerol, but would be my choices.
    Thank you Clive for your input. I would love to get a Bronzo, but it's a little big for my 6.5inch/16.5mm wrist. Which excludes all 47mm.
    87 is 44mm, great watch, but I don't want to get preowned as I am very OCD, unless I stumble on a "safe queen".
    233 is perfect, it ticks all the boxes, already on my list.

    Nevertheless, I am interested in seeing different wishlist than mine also.

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