Went to Quebec city last week-end

Discussion in 'Panerai Watches' started by artravel, Jun 29, 2010.

  1. artravel

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    I brought my good old 112!

    I was never able to get rid of it...it was my first love!:love:

    My 1rst Panerai of 6 , bought in Milan in 2001, still in love with it!

    Quebec06-2010 094.jpg Quebec06-2010 099.jpg Quebec06-2010 111.jpg

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    Looking good!:thumbsup:

    I wish I could pull the trigger on one, I really want one.
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    Looks like fun! Very nice Panerai !
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    WOW, There sure are a lot of people moving around. As for the watch, whats not to love.:thumbsup:
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    Great pictures! Your PAM 112 looks great! :thumbsup:
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    Many fond memories of Old Quebec City, starting from 1969.









    The Panerai is nice, too. :thumbsup:
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    Nice pics Dave,,,and a great looking watch.
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    Brilliant stuff, Dave! :goodpost:

    That PAM 112 is a pure classic! It looks right at home on your wrist! :worship: :rocker:

    Thanks for sharing the pics! Much appreciated! :thumbsup: :cheers:
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    Great pics Dave, thanks for sharing !

    Quebec looks cute :love:
  10. artravel

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    Thank you guys...I have tried to flipped it many times, but every time, many of my Paneristi fellow have stopped me each time!
    Its a classic and a genuine Panerai part of the heritage and the brand history!

    Also with its simplicity, you never get tired of it!
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    Great pics Dave. Thanks for sharing.
    Canada is one country on my "must see" list.
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    Thanks Pete!

    I don't travel too much in my own country LOL, It's too big!

    It's the same time for me to fly to England than British-Columbia...so I choose Europe!
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    Great pictures Dave. I really like the look of your Pam and can understand why it would be hard to flip.

    John
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    Well the trend for the Base historical Panerai's had changed since 2005!

    The pam 000,111,112,114,176,56,219 were one of the first models that caught our attention on the Florentine brand before that! I was very trendy before 2005, very few people knew about Panerai!

    Then came the fashion of Panerai...with all the new contemporary models with dates, GMT, power indicators,chronos and all the limited editions that appeared!

    So all my friends who just discovered Panerai, came with all the latest stuff, so my historical watch became suddenly dull and fad compared to all those latest Panerai.

    So today all the genuine and historical one are comming back...like the 232,217,127...that made the 111 and 112 back on track!

    My Paneristi friends always told me that my 112 is a keeper...and today I am glad I didn't flipped it!
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    Suddenly I want a PAM 112... on an OEM rubber strap (can't use a leather strap due to my Chromium allergy! :banghead:) :eek:

    Must sometimes be nice to just have a classic and minimalistic watch without that darned seconds hands to remind you that your watch gains or loses say 6 seconds a day... which is OH so terrible since that's outa COSC specs! :dummy:

    Gotta love the 112 for its old-fashioned, laidback, minimalistic design! It tells you the hour and the minutes... what more do ya REALLY need? :thumbsup: