February 6, 2010

Panerai PAM 312 Review

Panerai PAM 312 Watch Review
  The Panerai PAM 312 is an amazing looking watch. The 1950 Luminor case is a must see in person, it is flawless. The lines and curves flow smoothly on PAM 312, accenting the watch beautifully. Continuing the march forward of using in-house movements, this watch is equipped with Panerai’s own automatic P.9000 calibre movement. A very nice movement with 28 jewels, Incabloc anti-shock, 3 day power reserve, and the P.9000 is visible through the case back.  There are some visual similarities to the PAM 111, both using the “sandwich” dial and small seconds at the 9 o’clock position. From there they are vastly different. There is a date window at the 3 o’clock position and a 1950 Luminor case that is brushed. This looks fantastic against the high polish bezel.  This Panerai comes on a crocodile strap, matching up perfectly with the overall design of the watch. This is sure to become another Panerai classic, a simply stunning watch.

Pros - 1950 Luminor case, in-house movement

Consideration - Would your other watches get any wrist time!

Case: Stainless Steel
Case Diameter: 44mm
Crystal: Sapphire
Dial: Black
Strap: Crocodile
Movement: P.9000
Power Reserver: 3 days
Water Resistant: 300m
Lug Width: 24mm


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