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Pam 372 opinion (pamhunter)

June 19 2012 at 5:10 PM
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Hi guys

New here but old for Pam's

I have bought this 372 couple of months ago,

Would like your opinion for this Pam on my wrist

Does it look good, big, perfect, ugly?

What u think

Please help out before selling it


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(Login Furrymonki)

What's not to like? It looks great!

June 19 2012, 5:13 PM 


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(Login pamhunter)

So it's not huge on my wrist ?

June 19 2012, 5:18 PM 

I was worried if its huge on my wrist

For me it's sets perfectly on y wrist

But need other opinion

Thanx for sharing

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(Login toulouse2)

Looks great!

June 19 2012, 5:53 PM 

If it sits well, then that's all you need. Your wrist isn't too different from mine. Here I am:

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It is Panerai!

June 20 2012, 5:21 AM 

47mm is the DNA of Panerai. It doesn't matter what the goofballs who don't understand it think. Your opinion is all that mattrs!!!

With that said, it looks frickin awesome on ya! Rock that thing with pride, and take Peter Frueling's advice.


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I had the same concern Moe >

June 19 2012, 5:56 PM 

...and I ended up selling my 372 after having it for only a few weeks. The new 47mm size combined with the fact that I got the call from the boutique only 2 weeks after I picked up my 390 just made me not feel right about it. (about $10k more than I planned on spending on watches that month) I've never regretted selling a watch more or missed one that much in my entire life.

I ended up taking my time and buying it back when I was ready and have never been happier! My wrists are 6.25 inches and it's very comfortable for me now. Yes it's bold...in a very good way! happy.gif

- Peter

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Nice! Glad you came to your senses :) [nt]

June 19 2012, 6:09 PM 

-Craig F

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(Login toulouse2)

that's great news, Peter

June 19 2012, 6:23 PM 

I remember when you sold it so fast. That is great that you got it back. I thought it looked good on your wrist shots. Congrats brother!

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Thx Tony and Craig...very good to have it back! >

June 19 2012, 8:09 PM 

I actually had dinner with two other ristis the night after I sold it and they felt buying too many watches too fast may have affected the way I felt about the piece. It turns out they were right. I let things settle a bit and listened to my feeling about the 372 BEFORE the decision was made to buy it. The last time I needed to make a quick decision based on a phone call I wasn't expecting to get. They weren't pressuring me at all but if I'm honest, I shouldn't have made the decision that way.

It's all water under the bridge now. happy.gif The 372 is certainly my "A" piece!

- Peter

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It's more than that...

June 19 2012, 6:08 PM 

It's NOT just how it fits on your wrist. There is no technical specification for it, or if there is we sure don't care about it happy.gif

If you are self conscious wearing it that is an issue.

It really depends on the person, overall size, attitude, and many other factors not shown in your pictures.

That said, if you love it wear it!

-Craig F

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(Login micah372)

Looks fine to me, but who cares what I think?

June 19 2012, 6:58 PM 

If you don't like how it looks all the opinions in the world amount to exactly what they are: Nothing.

Like Craig said, it's not really about the watch, your wrist or how it actually looks on your wrist. It's about YOU and whether or not you have the moxie and style to pull off wearing a big watch. If you do, you do. If you don't, you don't.


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(Login pamhunter)

I think I got the idea

June 19 2012, 7:11 PM 

Ok guys

Message sis pass

I got it now

I think i don't lime this watch that much



Thank u guys I am going to keep it cause I really do love this watch.

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(Login nafai23)

With anything over 44mm if you have the slightest hesitation, dump it.

June 19 2012, 7:26 PM 

I have found that I never get comfortable unless I am in love with the size from the first time I put it on.

Other things grow on me or I tire of the them but that always holds true for me.

Does not mean it does not look good just means you will always be a little uncomfortable and you should be staring at your wrist in awe not vice versa.

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(Login niellaccio)

keep it..it is the new 44mm:)

June 19 2012, 7:28 PM 

daniele from italy

Niellaccio: Sounds good!!
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June 19 2012, 9:24 PM 

It doesn't look huge, but it does seem to be out of proportion on your wrist.

Now that I've said that, YOU have to be the one to judge, to love it, or decide it's not for you.



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Looks great!

June 19 2012, 9:31 PM 

Mine says hello(Day 1 of ownership for me)

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(Login nauticajoe)

Looks great on you....

June 19 2012, 11:34 PM 

....mine says hello.

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(Login rioet)

looks great on you...enjoy it

June 20 2012, 12:34 AM 

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If it sings to you, it's goood,,,,,

June 20 2012, 9:49 AM 

Well,,I really love mine though happy.gif

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