As soon as I get into my watch, I fall in love with Panerai’s aesthetics. From the slender lines of Radiomir to the childhood charm of Luminor and scuba diving, I have a special interest in this instantly recognisable Panerai atmosphere. Unfortunately for me, the Panerai replica watches are generally quite large. Many of Panerai’s most interesting designs for form and legacy are 44mm or larger, which is too much for my wrist.
Luminor submarines, for example, it’s easy to find the size of the 44 mm and 47 mm, although I think they are very cool to watch, but I tried them and found that they are too big for my taste and wrist. Earlier this year, SIHH was surprised to find that Panerai replica reviews announced the launch of a new 42mm submersible, which offers the same lovely and heavy shape, but smaller on the wrist. Its full name is Luminor Submersible, 1950 3 days full automatic Acciaio 42mm (PAM00682), also known as 42mm Submersible. Man, 2mm is different.
As the predecessors of the submarine design, the attraction of the mini, admittedly, I still remember in Geneva pluck it on his desk, his face smile – it’s a submarine, it is very suitable for! Diehard Panerai fans may not care about the more casual performance of their beloved rough and heavy submersible, but I’ve been on board since the moment I tried it.
In short, PAM682 is a more understandable expression for the Panerai dive watch design, and the main selling point here is that it’s not surprising that the size is smaller. It is made of wire drawing steel with a width of 42mm (no crown and protective gear), 14.5mm thick, and 51mm connection pieces, which can be used for various wrists. As a reference, it is different from the Seiko SRP777 (wider, but shorter connector to patch, with similar overall footprint). The swiss movement Panerai replica watches 1950’s surface design also helps comfort, with a lower position (closer to the wrist) on the case and a downward sloping lug.
In my opinion, the ratio of fake Panerai PAM682 watch is very good. The dial is balanced and not too busy, with a large luminous mark, three points of integration and matching date showing good effect, and the minute hand at nine o ‘clock is bright blue. The dial-up text has been maintained within a reasonable range of usage, and all of the content is combined to form a very clear and clear time display of the panersea. Although both hands may be integrated into the dial, this is primarily a by-product of reducing the reflection of the photos. In daily use, the hand drawing surface is in sharp contrast to the black surface.