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    Quote Originally Posted by Toshi View Post
    Been wearing this all week. I'd forgotten how much I like the 87

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    Been wearing this all week. I'd forgotten how much I like the 87

    Beauty 👌

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    A new piece by Jose re Panerai in 50s/60s movies https://perezcope.com/2022/02/04/vin...he-big-screen/

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    Can anyone confirm (or deny) that a P.9010 calibre has hacking seconds? I just picked up a PAM01661 and it does not hack, but I have read in various reviews online that movement does ? Can any owners check? All the best. Martyn.

    (with reflections)

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    Quote Originally Posted by MartynJC (UK) View Post
    Can anyone confirm (or deny) that a P.9010 calibre has hacking seconds? I just picked up a PAM01661 and it does not hack, but I have read in various reviews online that movement does ? Can any owners check? All the best. Martyn.

    (with reflections)

    I know the newer movements donít hack, which I think Iíve read on the Risti forum. Unsure which specifics oneís mind you.


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    Hi Martyn. The recent 9010s don't hack.

    https://www.rolexforums.com/showthread.php?t=787757

    IMO not a progressive step from Panerai.

    At least you know your piece is a recent manufacture.

    PS Love the watch. A great version.

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    Quote Originally Posted by McBeardy View Post
    I know the newer movements donít hack, which I think Iíve read on the Risti forum. Unsure which specifics oneís mind you.


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    Thanks. I just did a google search and found out since after 2020 the movement has been 'updated' with the removal of a hacking seconds. (https://www.tapatalk.com/groups/pane...t-t314021.html)

    This is not a big deal for me, as its a small seconds. But was slightly taken aback after reading the 9010 was with a hacking seconds. It's a very comfortable 44mm weighing in at 96g.
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    Popped into the boutique and swapped out the brown alligator for a green rubber. Transforms the watch into the perfect holiday piece







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    Quote Originally Posted by MartynJC (UK) View Post
    Can anyone confirm (or deny) that a P.9010 calibre has hacking seconds? I just picked up a PAM01661 and it does not hack, but I have read in various reviews online that movement does ? Can any owners check? All the best. Martyn.

    (with reflections)

    That is a very nice Panerai. What are the lug bars on these? Are they screw in? Many Thanks

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jlynch1984 View Post
    Popped into the boutique and swapped out the brown alligator for a green rubber. Transforms the watch into the perfect holiday piece







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    Love a bit of Green on my 328 also :-)


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    Quote Originally Posted by MartynJC (UK) View Post
    Can anyone confirm (or deny) that a P.9010 calibre has hacking seconds? I just picked up a PAM01661 and it does not hack, but I have read in various reviews online that movement does ? Can any owners check? All the best. Martyn.

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    AFAIK, 9010 should hack. Not while adjusting the hour hand though.

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    Quote Originally Posted by RAJEN View Post
    AFAIK, 9010 should hack. Not while adjusting the hour hand though.
    Mine does not hack in any position. I believe this is an “improvement” after a minor upgrade - grrrrr.

    lug's with holes - not screw in btw
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    Quote Originally Posted by Rob153 View Post
    Love a bit of Green on my 328 also :-)

    Looks great!


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    Panerai appreciation thread

    Thinking to pick up my first Pam. Leaning towards a 42mm submersible after trying a few on. Either the azzuro (blue bezel) or the 683:



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    A couple more I tried a few days ago:









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    Quote Originally Posted by MartynJC (UK) View Post
    Mine does not hack in any position. I believe this is an ďimprovementĒ after a minor upgrade - grrrrr.

    lug's with holes - not screw in btw
    Spring bars?

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    Quote Originally Posted by neebsta View Post
    Spring bars?
    Yep. Drilled lug holes with spring bars. I need to get mine swapped over to supplied rubber at my AD for the summer - as I donít have the required sized spring bars
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    Quote Originally Posted by Marios View Post
    A couple more I tried a few days ago:








    I tried a few and initially was going for the 42mm sub - but ended up with the 44mm one you can see above. Suprised that the large Pams fitted well.
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    Quote Originally Posted by MartynJC (UK) View Post
    Yep. Drilled lug holes with spring bars. I need to get mine swapped over to supplied rubber at my AD for the summer - as I donít have the required sized spring bars
    Thatís great thanks for the info. I do like this one, not a massive fan of spring bars, but I guess they must be pretty secure.

    That dial with the blue looks perfect.

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    Borrowed this from a fellow Paneristi to see if it is worth chopping out my 372 and something else for.

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    Panerai appreciation thread

    Tried these two on in the Harrods boutique at the weekend as I wanted to see if I could pull off a 47mm sub.

    Wish I hadnít tried the Mike Horn 984 on though as it was lovely. But more than double the cost of the 1305 is just mad and I can think of much better watches to drop £18k on. Still nice though.






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    Quote Originally Posted by Robsmck View Post
    Borrowed this from a fellow Paneristi to see if it is worth chopping out my 372 and something else for.

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    They are lovely but Iím not sure Iíd swop two for one though Rob.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Robsmck View Post
    Borrowed this from a fellow Paneristi to see if it is worth chopping out my 372 and something else for.
    Ooh - very nice, would depend on what you are letting go TBH.
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    Ill have a 320 going on SC when it comes back from a full service.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Robsmck View Post
    Borrowed this from a fellow Paneristi to see if it is worth chopping out my 372 and something else for.

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    Itís definitely an hard decision,Iíve toyed with it ,but not really sure which Iíd let go .


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    Enjoying my new Submersible - the white dial and steel bezel allow for lots of different strap colours. The 42mm case is great.




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    Quote Originally Posted by TH14TH14 View Post
    Enjoying my new Submersible - the white dial and steel bezel allow for lots of different strap colours. The 42mm case is great.



    Looks great. Enjoy.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TH14TH14 View Post
    Enjoying my new Submersible - the white dial and steel bezel allow for lots of different strap colours. The 42mm case is great.



    Looks great!

    A review of my 1661 is overdue. Need to get some daylight shots.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MartynJC (UK) View Post
    Looks great!

    A review of my 1661 is overdue. Need to get some daylight shots.

    Lovely that Martyn. The blue really pops and perfect for your sunny climes.



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    Quote Originally Posted by Fredamens View Post
    Lovely that Martyn. The blue really pops and perfect for your sunny climes.



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    What is the lume like on these?
    I think the blue colour and black case go really well together. If paired with the OEM black Velcro with blue trim I think it would ace.

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    Panerai appreciation thread

    Popped my Panerai cherry todayÖ I am looking forward to strap shopping:)




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    Last edited by Stilgoe1972; 22nd March 2022 at 23:41.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sinnlover View Post
    What is the lume like on these?
    I think the blue colour and black case go really well together. If paired with the OEM black Velcro with blue trim I think it would ace.
    The lume is amazing. I also loved it on the rubber.



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    Quote Originally Posted by Stilgoe1972 View Post
    Popped my Panerai cherry todayÖ I am looking forward to strap shopping:)




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    Very nice Chris


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    Quote Originally Posted by Rev-O View Post
    Its disappointing but they have form.
    Shame, I really like Panerai, love the design language, fascinating history (the original company) but they seem to shoot themselves in the foot constantly.

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    Were all the 01661 Carbotech watches produced without hacking seconds? Or did the first production run have hacking seconds?

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    Stick to the classics


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    Quote Originally Posted by neebsta View Post
    Were all the 01661 Carbotech watches produced without hacking seconds? Or did the first production run have hacking seconds?
    Pretty certain mine did


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    Quote Originally Posted by Fredamens View Post
    Pretty certain mine did


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    Cheers. 1661 is one of the few modern Panerai watches I like. No shiny polished bits and a stealth appearance. Not so keen on spring bars, but I could live with them.
    Last edited by neebsta; 28th March 2022 at 15:32.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 100thmonkey View Post
    Stick to the classics


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    Love that Kerry, it is indeed a classic.

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    Another classic

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    Quote Originally Posted by neebsta View Post
    Were all the 01661 Carbotech watches produced without hacking seconds? Or did the first production run have hacking seconds?
    I did read the first did.

    I find it interesting that my most expensive pieces do not have hacking seconds (Pateck, VC now Paneria). Is it just coincidence?
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    Quote Originally Posted by MartynJC (UK) View Post
    I did read the first did.

    I find it interesting that my most expensive pieces do not have hacking seconds (Pateck, VC now Paneria). Is it just coincidence?
    Iíve been looking through reviews of the 01118, 00661 and 01661. I havenít seen any that hack yet, when they release the crown - the second hand still moves. I may have been unlucky in my review choices though. I do like both the 01118 and 01661 - very cool and a nice alternative to steel. Iíve had a few Carbon Fibre/ceramic watches from different manufacturers and the all black look is definitely preferable to steel for me.

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    Quote Originally Posted by neebsta View Post
    Iíve been looking through reviews of the 01118, 00661 and 01661. I havenít seen any that hack yet, when they release the crown - the second hand still moves. I may have been unlucky in my review choices though. I do like both the 01118 and 01661 - very cool and a nice alternative to steel. Iíve had a few Carbon Fibre/ceramic watches from different manufacturers and the all black look is definitely preferable to steel for me.
    I have the 01118 and it sort of hacks. When you pull out the crown it stops and reverses if you turn the crown back a fraction, it generally holds. Like the older speedy 1861 but better. I also owned the 01661 and itís exactly the same.

    Both are amazing watches you will not be disappointed. I flip way too many watches but the 01118 isnít going anywhere. Just about perfect.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Fredamens View Post
    I have the 01118 and it sort of hacks. When you pull out the crown it stops and reverses if you turn the crown back a fraction, it generally holds. Like the older speedy 1861 but better. I also owned the 01661 and itís exactly the same.

    Both are amazing watches you will not be disappointed. I flip way too many watches but the 01118 isnít going anywhere. Just about perfect.

    Fred
    I do like both the 01118 and the 01661. I have enquired about one, so weíll see. I havenít seen either of them in the flesh yet, which I could probably do with doing. I donít normally flip watches too often, but I seem to have flipped quite a few at the moment. The carbon fibre watches that I have owned, Iíve enjoyed more than steel equivalents.

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    Quote Originally Posted by neebsta View Post
    I do like both the 01118 and the 01661. I have enquired about one, so weíll see. I havenít seen either of them in the flesh yet, which I could probably do with doing. I donít normally flip watches too often, but I seem to have flipped quite a few at the moment. The carbon fibre watches that I have owned, Iíve enjoyed more than steel equivalents.
    If you are ever in London I am happy to show you mine as the 01118 is boutique only and believe itís sold out.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Fredamens View Post
    If you are ever in London I am happy to show you mine as the 01118 is boutique only and believe itís sold out.


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    Thatís great thank you. There are some used 01118 watches around. But the tax on bringing one in makes it less appealing.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Andyp1973 View Post
    They are lovely but Iím not sure Iíd swop two for one though Rob.


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    I'd certainly consider going for the 1 127 over 2. It all depends on which 2 to be honest though.

    Loved my 127.

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    Im tempted by a Rose Gold Luminor.
    Anyone ever had one and what's the hairline ratio like when up against steel?

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    Quote Originally Posted by verv View Post
    Im tempted by a Rose Gold Luminor.
    Anyone ever had one and what's the hairline ratio like when up against steel?
    They do mark very easily and I personally think that they are not the best precious metal you could chose!


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