Panerai quick change system or screwsMarch 14 2017 at 12:44 PM
|Paul (Login paulee53)|
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Which one do you prefer? I have one watch with screws and one with the push button system. I love how easy it is to change straps with the quick change system however, I always feel nervous that one of those little buttons is going to fall out. Is it just me or do others feel the same? I also wonder how many times you can change the straps before the system might fail. Maybe I'm just being paranoid after reading a few posts on this issue
I prefer screws...
|March 14 2017, 3:05 PM |
1. Historically relevant.
2. Less to go wrong as long as you are mindful not to strip your threads.
In fact, call me crazy, I believe I'd take springbars over the quick change system. Easy to operate and even less to go wrong.
All good points Beef
|March 14 2017, 3:57 PM |
Keith in AZ
What he said...
|March 14 2017, 4:11 PM |
While I do appreciate the ease of changing straps with the QC buttons, there have been more than a few stories of them failing with expensive consequences and/or having to send the watch to Switzerland for a repair.
If the repair could be carried out by any authorized Panerai service center at minimal cost, I'd be a much bigger fan of them.
The thought of springbars on a Panerai just feels wrong, but maybe I'll change my mind as a model that uses them is on the way.
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Yes I think the biggest issue is that the QC system cannot be fixed easly
|March 15 2017, 11:02 AM |
Look forward to seeing a post on your new model when it arrives
High Heid Yin
I really like the quick change system. It made it much faster, easier and safer to>>
|March 14 2017, 3:17 PM |
Change straps and much less likely to slip and damage the watch. Never had a single problem with the quick change system.
Thats reassuring to know Gary
|March 14 2017, 3:58 PM |
Maybe I need to relax a little
Paul, I'm just like you.
|March 14 2017, 3:24 PM |
I have both systems and although I appreciate the quick change, I'm paranoid so I prefer the screws. Although the screws can fall out too, so nothing is foolproof.
Thanks Troy good to know it's not just me
|March 14 2017, 4:00 PM |
....i have quick chg, screws and springbars. each work well
|March 14 2017, 3:56 PM |
funny i don't chg the strap on my 328 as often now that i found a great strap for it.
just living the dream
'more than just a watch'....
Good to hear. Thanks DP
|March 14 2017, 4:02 PM |
Screws - close to 1000 removals on 9B and Logo and never a problem (nt)
|March 14 2017, 4:13 PM |
A thousand removals without a problem speaks for itself
|March 15 2017, 11:03 AM |
Re: Panerai quick change system or screws
|March 14 2017, 7:06 PM |
3 screws and 1 quick change. Huge fan of my 233 quick change. To me that should be the standard.
I'm a huge fan of it to quick and easy but then there is always
|March 15 2017, 11:04 AM |
the fear factor
Quick Change, but...
|March 14 2017, 8:11 PM |
It's probably not a good design for salt water and I wish it were repairable.
You should be able to screw it out and replace it easily. Crazy bad design.
So nice changing a strap with it though - so nice!
What Craig said...
|March 14 2017, 11:58 PM |
Quick Change is very nice and quick" albeit on watches that will not see saltwater. There has been some failures mentioned in the past that are not a cheap fix if the watch is out of warranty.
The screws are easy, tried and true. Really hard to "screw"
Matt aka "MattyMac"...on the Emerald Coast of Florida
MY 24 has the QC system however, it will not be seeing any
|March 15 2017, 11:10 AM |
saltwater action. Too risky after ready yours and Craig's comments Matt
Interesting point about salt water Craig particularly
|March 15 2017, 11:07 AM |
as they use the QC system in a lot of the submersibles!!