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    Re: Is there something off about this Panerai from well known dealer?

    Read RacingGreen's link. It's legit. Just a more modern version of the same movement.

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    Re: Is there something off about this Panerai from well known dealer?

    Quote Originally Posted by MissileExpert View Post
    Read RacingGreen's link. It's legit. Just a more modern version of the same movement.
    Would it be likely then Panerai just has not updated their website? I took the screenshot of their website today.


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    Re: Is there something off about this Panerai from well known dealer?

    Just ask DavidSW directly or in the thread that was earlier mentioned. Originally the 372 should not have the split bridge variant of the p3000. It also came with plexi, not sapphire. https://watchbase.com/panerai/luminor-1950/pam00372
    The split bridges were originally found in the 721, 663, 662 to name a few.

    I believe that in 2017 a pam372s was released which has a sapphire crystal instead of the traditional plexi. Afaik the 372s still had the original bridge design and not the split bridge. However i suspect we are simply looking at a particular (and more modetn) variant of the 372s that I haven't seen before.

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    Re: Is there something off about this Panerai from well known dealer?

    Modern 372s do have this newer movement with two piece geartrain cover,I think this movt comes with sapphire 372 only
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    Re: Is there something off about this Panerai from well known dealer?

    Reach out to the dealer directly ... maybe that would be better.
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    Re: Is there something off about this Panerai from well known dealer?

    Quote Originally Posted by busch12 View Post
    Would it be likely then Panerai just has not updated their website? I took the screenshot of their website today.


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    It could also be that they do not document every iteration. Talk to the selling dealer. Or Panerai.
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    Re: Is there something off about this Panerai from well known dealer?

    Quote Originally Posted by busch12 View Post
    Would it be likely then Panerai just has not updated their website? I took the screenshot of their website today.


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    Seriously... a simple email to DavidSW something like "I've been looking for a Panerai like that for a while... but the ones I've seen have a different movement. Do you know what movements were used in what iterations, and which this is?" would have likely answered all, without the worry, guessing, and consternation.
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    Re: Is there something off about this Panerai from well known dealer?

    First off, if you think it’s the wrong movement reach out to the dealer - it might be something as simple as the wrong picture getting assigned to that watch.

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    Re: Is there something off about this Panerai from well known dealer?

    [QUOTE]Modern 372s do have this newer movement with two piece gear train cover,I think this movt comes with sapphire 372 only/QUOTE]

    I believe this is the correct answer.

    It would seem to me to be too much trouble to modify this on purpose for a single watch.

    If anything, I think it is more by accident/etc, than design.

    And who knows, you might benefit from having something different?

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    Re: Is there something off about this Panerai from well known dealer?

    No that movement isn’t modified or specially made,it’s just a regular newer batch P3000

    Both of my watches have an older P3000 movt

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    This is the engraved P3000 that’s placed only in a handful of panerais,I think this became the base for the newer standard P3000,notice the 2 piece geartrain cover

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