I apologize for the gigantic pics.
Got to the event a little early
The staff is still getting ready when we got there
So a bunch of us were just chillin outside the boutique
I'm the one on the right the other dude is NAD
Here are some watches on the front window
We get inside finally....
and there it is the very popular 339
I finally get my hands on it and it is just a stunner, the finish and color were just beautiful and that dial just shouts Panerai
I tried it on and it actually looks good on my wrist....
Wow, now that is brown....
Even the strap on the 339 is very comfortable on the wrist, very light weight, here are the stats of the 339:
PAM00339 : MSRP $14,900.00USD
Movement: hand-wound mechanical, Panerai P.2002/7 calibre, 13¾ lines, 21 jewels, Glucydur® balance, 28.800 alternations/hours. KIF Parechoc® anti-shock device. Power reserve 8 days, three barrels. 191 components.
Functions: hours, minutes, small seconds.
Case: diameter 47mm, brown Panerai Composite, with removable wire loop strap attachments (patented). Winding crown personalized Panerai.
Bezel: brown Panerai Composite.
Back: brown Panerai Composite.
Dial: brown with luminous arabic numerals and hour markers. Small seconds at 9 o'clock.
Crystal: sapphire, formed of corundum, 1,9mm thick. Anti-reflective coating.
Water resistance: 10 bar (~100 metres)
Strap: Panerai personalised leather strap and large size brown Panerai Composite material.
* Officine Panerai is not the owner of the Trade Mark Glucydur® and KIF Parechoc®.
Here's another stunning watch that made an appearance, the PAM 349, only 12 made, owned by one of the attendees of the event,
beautiful California Dial with a Minerva-based OP XXVII movement.
It was a very successful event there at least 50 people in that venue and we stayed and talked watches up until closing time.
was Wearing my PAM 61 that night...
Also got a chance to try on a hublot-king-power-alinghi and this is one beautiful beast at 48mm, its an awesome piece
with a very comfy articulated rubber bracelet
This Patek is a very classic piece.
Thanks for looking....