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Originally posted by Stefania Wine:
I have A Sea Dweller I'm thinking of getting rid of. Any of you have an idea on a fair price?


Go to TimeZone.com it's a pretty busy marketplace and will give you a pretty good indication of prices. Of course it will also make you want to turn that sell into a trade. Or a trade your Sea Dweller plus cash.
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Originally posted by Rob_Sutherland:
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Originally posted by wine+art:
My own/don't own life with Panerai continues. I bought the PAM 388 this week with their now in-house movement.


Beautiful watch. How do you like the new auto movement?

I love the radomir case but have never owned one. A 183 or if I want to be really honest a 242 would be amazing.


PAM 242, sweet. Cool

I have only worn the watch twice thus far, but am curious how their 9000 calibre series movements perform long term.
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Originally posted by Bigfoot003:
I picked up a PAM 510 last week. Also an in-house movement P.5000. The watch wears really well for me. Now on to the strap customization temptation! Devilish


Atelier du Bracelet Parisien or A.B.P. is a fantastic place for straps. Very high quality. If this is your first or only panerai though I would look for a Metta Catharina strap. The quintessential panerai strap and so perfect on them. Great story around the leather as well.
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Originally posted by Rob_Sutherland:
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Originally posted by Bigfoot003:
I picked up a PAM 510 last week. Also an in-house movement P.5000. The watch wears really well for me. Now on to the strap customization temptation! Devilish


Atelier du Bracelet Parisien or A.B.P. is a fantastic place for straps. Very high quality. If this is your first or only panerai though I would look for a Metta Catharina strap. The quintessential panerai strap and so perfect on them. Great story around the leather as well.


thestrapsmith.com
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Originally posted by Qhdeputy:
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Originally posted by Rob_Sutherland:
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Originally posted by Bigfoot003:
I picked up a PAM 510 last week. Also an in-house movement P.5000. The watch wears really well for me. Now on to the strap customization temptation! Devilish


Atelier du Bracelet Parisien or A.B.P. is a fantastic place for straps. Very high quality. If this is your first or only panerai though I would look for a Metta Catharina strap. The quintessential panerai strap and so perfect on them. Great story around the leather as well.


thestrapsmith.com


Big Fan of this site. Cool
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Originally posted by SM74:
Seems to be plenty of Torontoians in this thread. Where is the best place in town to purchase a TAG? I've always wanted the Monaco and I know some places are willing to budge a little more than others. Experiences?


Really wouldn't waste your money on a TAG. Many higher quality options for the money.
Agreed, love Heuer don't love TAG Heuer...

Then again, if you want a Monaco, nothing else is a substitute (Expect for a real 70's Heuer Monaco!)

If you don't mind the drive, Ancaster Jewelers in, well Ancaster. Ask for the owner Jean-Pierre and tell him that I sent you. He should give you a good price. Feel free to call him first, probably safer given the distance.
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Originally posted by CSM:
Have narrowed my next choice down to either a Zenith Chronomaser Open Grande Date or a PAM 347. Not usually a fan of Panerai, but this one is speaking to me.


Very nice, CSM.

It is a casual day for me today and I'm wearing a Panerai.

The PAM 347 is really the classic PAM 321 with a metal band. I'm a fan of the P 9000 movement ( in-house) and think you would enjoy the watch. That said, I do love Zenith as well ( excellent movements) and you cannot go wrong here. Does the Zenith have a metal strap? Not sure I have seen that watch with metal before.
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Originally posted by wine+art:
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Originally posted by CSM:
Have narrowed my next choice down to either a Zenith Chronomaser Open Grande Date or a PAM 347. Not usually a fan of Panerai, but this one is speaking to me.


Very nice, CSM.

It is a casual day for me today and I'm wearing a Panerai.

The PAM 347 is really the classic PAM 321 with a metal band. I'm a fan of the P 9000 movement ( in-house) and think you would enjoy the watch. That said, I do love Zenith as well ( excellent movements) and you cannot go wrong here. Does the Zenith have a metal strap? Not sure I have seen that watch with metal before.


The Zenith does have a metal strap yes. The face is just a lot busier than the Panerai so I'm concerned I'll not like it over the long run, which is why I'm leaning toward the Panerai, along with the in house movement.

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