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    Panerai Luminor Submersible (Tritium Dial) PAM 024 Acciaio Watch Review



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    Published on Feb 12, 2019

    The Panerai Luminor Submersible Acciaio PAM 024 features a 44mm stainless steel case surrounding a black dial on a black rubber strap with a stainless steel deployant buckle. Functions include hours, minutes, small-seconds and date. The watch also measures 15.6mm in thickness and 53.5mm from lug-to-lug.








    Reference Number
    PAM 024

    Gender
    Men's

    Material
    Stainless Steel

    Movement 7750PI modified Valjoux 7750
    Mechanical (Automatic)

    Case Size
    44mm

    Dial Color
    Black

    Crystal Sapphire
    inverted Date Magnifier


    Hour Markers
    Dot,Arabic Numerals

    Watch Shape
    Round

    Caseback
    Solid

    Complication
    Date
    Band Material
    Rubber

    Band Color
    Black

    Buckle Type
    Deployant Buckle

    Country/Region
    Switzerland



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    I'm sold. There's room in the watch box.

    Life is short...don't waste a minute of it. Gary

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    Me likes!! Thanks Mike..

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    Like contrasting finishing on the case and bezel.

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    Good looking and quite functional timepiece. Panerai is one of my favorite brands.
    "NON SIBI SED PATRIAE"
    NOT FOR SELF BUT FOR COUNTRY!
    Marlon Craige / U.S.Navy

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    Quote Originally Posted by mcemt View Post
    Good looking and quite functional timepiece. Panerai is one of my favorite brands.

    BRUCE WILLIS got a couple PAMS in DEATH WISH re-make...they play a pretty big supporting role ...spoiler alert

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    The PAM submersible is rugged good looking.

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    ​A very handsome, and impressive looking time piece, indeed. Thanks Mike.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ScottyB View Post
    BRUCE WILLIS got a couple PAMS in DEATH WISH re-make...they play a pretty big supporting role ...spoiler alert
    Thanx for the heads up. I saw some big personality once in a watch article and they had a row of Panerai watches with the cases lined up. I think that it was in his dressing room. He must of had about 10 - 15 watches. I don't remember who, but I don't think that it was Bruce. Talk about loving a particular brand, wow.
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