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    Default Pam 339

    I am drooling over the 339.
    His: AP ROO, Hublot BB, PAM 24/29/183/372, Chopard L.U.C 2000/Mille Miglia, Rolex Milgauss 116400 GV/Sub 16610 LV/1680 "Red Sub"/GMT Master 1675/GMT Master II 16760 "FAT LADY"/Seadweller 16600/DSSD 116660, Tudor 94010 "Snowflake"/94200 "BIG Block"/Heritage Chrono/Black Bay, Omega Seamaster 2254.50/2538.20

    Hers: AP ROO & AP Millenary, Cartier Santos, Chopard Happy Sports & Cannes Fest, PAM 49, Rolex Explorer1 214270

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    Thanks John for giving us the first glimpse of 2010 SIHH.

    Just sad.....Too many models from Panerai, not exclusive anymore.
    Prices getting even higher, local AD alw no stock, PI sell at a premium above list, after sales service terrible, Servicing more ex than a Rolex.

    Servicing a Rolex daytona White Gold chronograph only $800, to service a Panerai chronograph steel minimum $1000 !!!

    After sales service ROLEX, CHOPARD, PATEK and AP provide very excellent good service.
    Recently went authenticate my Patek 5167 only $30 plus,
    Changed my wife Patek 24 battery only $50 plus give free light bluffing.

    PANERAI TIME TO WAKE UP AND PROVIDE BETTER AFTER SALES SERVICES, MORE POLITE AND PROFFESSIONAL FRONT COUNTER STAFFS.

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    Quote Originally Posted by itsc View Post
    Thanks John for giving us the first glimpse of 2010 SIHH.

    Just sad.....Too many models from Panerai, not exclusive anymore.
    Prices getting even higher, local AD alw no stock, PI sell at a premium above list, after sales service terrible, Servicing more ex than a Rolex.

    Servicing a Rolex daytona White Gold chronograph only $800, to service a Panerai chronograph steel minimum $1000 !!!

    After sales service ROLEX, CHOPARD, PATEK and AP provide very excellent good service.
    Recently went authenticate my Patek 5167 only $30 plus,
    Changed my wife Patek 24 battery only $50 plus give free light bluffing.

    PANERAI TIME TO WAKE UP AND PROVIDE BETTER AFTER SALES SERVICES, MORE POLITE AND PROFFESSIONAL FRONT COUNTER STAFFS.
    Every brand has its own followers.If you dont like the brand and it's ok.
    I believe Panerai has a big group of followers.

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    Quote Originally Posted by itsc View Post
    Thanks John for giving us the first glimpse of 2010 SIHH.

    Just sad.....Too many models from Panerai, not exclusive anymore.
    Prices getting even higher, local AD alw no stock, PI sell at a premium above list, after sales service terrible, Servicing more ex than a Rolex.

    Servicing a Rolex daytona White Gold chronograph only $800, to service a Panerai chronograph steel minimum $1000 !!!

    After sales service ROLEX, CHOPARD, PATEK and AP provide very excellent good service.
    Recently went authenticate my Patek 5167 only $30 plus,
    Changed my wife Patek 24 battery only $50 plus give free light bluffing.

    PANERAI TIME TO WAKE UP AND PROVIDE BETTER AFTER SALES SERVICES, MORE POLITE AND PROFFESSIONAL FRONT COUNTER STAFFS.
    Every brand has its own followers.If you dont like the brand and it's ok.
    I believe Panerai has a big enough group of followers.

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    Oh, Panerai website just update!!!!
    Present:
    Panerai Luminar 1950 Marina 8 days PAM 233
    IWC Big Pilot S/S (Ref#IW5004-01)
    IWC Pilot's Watch Mark XVI (Ref#IW3255-01)
    IWC Aquatimer Automatic 2000 (Ref#IW3568-06)
    Rolex RoseGold/SS Oyster Perpetual Datejust (Ref#178341)
    Rolex 18K/SS Oyster Perpetual Datejust (Ref#16233)
    Omega Constellation (Ref#123.10.27.60.51.001)

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    Quote Originally Posted by johnfish View Post
    The words "Marina Militare" refer to Royal Italian Navy.
    It's your comment, " None of the Rad floats my boat" & yet, the 339 appeals to you. Isn't the 339 a RADIOMIR?

    It has nothing to do with the MM wording.

    Dino

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    339, 5000 pieces, composite material, special markings, 47mm
    300, 99 pieces, 52mm
    D*mn, flippers' wet dream!
    How do I get one?
    "Once is happenstance, twice is coincidence,
    three times is enemy action and
    over 600 is clearly the work of an ancient Sumerian demon or some sh*t
    ."

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ender View Post
    339, 5000 pieces, composite material, special markings, 47mm
    300, 99 pieces, 52mm
    D*mn, flippers' wet dream!
    How do I get one?
    5000 pieces???? Is there a typo error????

    If 5000 pieces, still has chance lah

    Dino

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    Beautiful watches!

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    Quote Originally Posted by johnfish View Post

    Tis one gonna selling like hot cake .."Smoky" !!
    Oh this is really really lovely! What would be the damage for this model?

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