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Watch indentification

June 9 2017 at 12:20 PM
Brad  (Login McBeardy)
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Owner of a local coffee shop wear I live, has a watch collection, I've often noticed a Rolex SubC on his wrist and recently a Pam, we spoken a few times, although I'm stuggling to see if the actual model he has.

From what I can tell it's a Luminor, brushed case but polished bezel, power reserve indicator on the front, possible cyclops and looks to have baton marker painted rather than numbers (maybe dots) uncertain if it has the small seconds though I'm sure it does.

Quick look online suggests 090 model. Is there others it could be? Or is it in fact a Chinese special.

More so as I don't want to look an idiot when striking up conversation when I get mine!

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(Login CT372DUDE)

Re: Watch indentification

June 9 2017, 12:59 PM 

From what you described it sure sounds like a 90 to me

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(Login stronzix)

It's not. PAM90...

June 9 2017, 6:09 PM 

The PAM90 does not a brushed case... 😀 The entire case is highly polished.

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A few Possibilities

June 9 2017, 7:08 PM 

PAM 222 - Luminor Power Reserve Regatta. Hobnail Dial, Dot Indicators, Brushed Case
PAM 241 - Luminor Power Reserve. Hobnail Dial, Baton Indices, Brushed Case
PAM 321 - Luminor 1950 # Days GMT Power Reserve. Brushed 1950 case, Polished Bezel, but has 12, 6, 9.

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(Login msp679)

strap or bracelet?

June 10 2017, 8:55 PM 

Also how big does it look like? I have a Pam 126 which has a brushed case polished bezel with a a power reserve. No numbers and has cylops eye for the date. The only thing is this is a 40mm case and comes with **** bracelet( but could also use straps).

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