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    Your next Panerai?

    Just curious to see what your next Panerai purchase would be? I like the 42mm 683 with black bezel going to hunt for pre owned one.


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    Re: Your next Panerai?

    That 683 is incredible - good luck in the search!
    I’m thinking 233 Dot

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    Always wanted the 233 as well!


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    Re: Your next Panerai?

    Seeking for pre owned pam 117,itís not an LE but only 300 were made...



    Otherwise Iím satisfied with my PAMily
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    Excellent thread. Hmmmmm.....Iíll have to give this some thought. There are several running neck-and-neck.


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    Re: Your next Panerai?

    I'm toying with a few. I currently have a 183, which I love but considering parting ways with it for a 292 or 384. I also love the 682 and 722 at the moment as well, so I'm clearly all over the place.
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    Re: Your next Panerai?

    Quote Originally Posted by timastyle View Post
    I'm toying with a few. I currently have a 183, which I love but considering parting ways with it for a 292 or 384. I also love the 682 and 722 at the moment as well, so I'm clearly all over the place.
    Both great options for there 42mm size. I almost traded my 351 for the 682, but then I saw the newest 42mm submersible and now want the black bezel one!


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    Re: Your next Panerai?

    Quote Originally Posted by Rotaz View Post
    Both great options for there 42mm size. I almost traded my 351 for the 682, but then I saw the newest 42mm submersible and now want the black bezel one!


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    Sorry. I mis-typed. It would absolutely be the 683, not 682. While the stainless bezel looks nice on the 682, the black bezel is so much nicer IMHO.
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    Re: Your next Panerai?

    Keep in mind that they have different movement

    682 - Paneraiís in house P9010
    683 - Richemontís movement OP XXXIV

    While both offers roughly the same PR,there are differences between the two...P9010 have quickset hour but thicker,while OP XXXIV have quickset date and thinner,however itís derived from Baume & Mercierís 5 days movement as pointed out by diagram made by Panerol Forte somewhere in this forum...
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    Re: Your next Panerai?

    Patiently waiting for more information about this model. I put down a deposit for it, based on some of the photos and limited info I received, from various sources. Got an email from the local "Boutique" last week, confirming the price, and that it will be the P3000 movement (not a surprise) and have an "aged steel" case. Definitely a PAM 931, 47mm Radiomir:

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    I sold my 424 to a good friend, in anticipation of this model.

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