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Watch Video Rewind for December 13, 2015

Video control panelWelcome to our regular Sunday feature, Watch Video Rewind, where we post watch related videos from the web to highlight interesting watches or interesting aspects of watch making.  We have a videos on a family investigation into an interesting Panerai, the making of an Audemars Piguet Royal Oak Perpetual Calendar, and a very old musical repeater.

Introducing the additions to the Panerai Luminor Due collection


Panerai is a brand I’ve long had a fascination with. Even before I knew about the Navy or even Hollywood connections (Stallone!), I just liked the look of the sandwich dial set into a cushion case. Well, Panerai knows how to not mess with a good thing, but still refresh things a bit. So, let’s have a look at what all is part of the new Panerai Luminor Due lineup.

A Sassy Panerai Split


Hokey shmokes! I love the Rattrapante concept – a dual chronograph function that alllows for split measurements – and it looks like Panerai did a pretty good job on theirs. Just enough beef and just enough cool. Luckily, Niffko on the Big Watch Forum go one and deigned to show it off.

Split my seconds, PAM-baby 😉 [Big Watch Forum]

In Review: Panerai Luminor Quarenta


Back in December, we told you about the release of the delightfully compact (for the brand) Panerai Luminor Quarenta. Once word came out about it, we dropped our name in the queue to spend some time with a review loaner. Late last month, our number came up, and we got to spend some time with the example in blue you see here. On to the review!

Watch Video Rewind for April 12, 2015

rewind_logo_1Welcome back to our regular feature, the Watch Video Rewind.  In this series, we bring to light watch related videos which we feel are interesting and worth sharing with our readers.  This week, we have interviews with the men behind three upscale brands, Romain Jerome, Panerai, and TAG Heuer.

A Man and His Watch

BIG Watch Forum member Nad travelled to Shanghai. Luckily for us, he took about 500 pictures of the flight, his Panerai GMT, and the carpet. It’s actually quite fun.
Journey to Shanghai [BIG Watch Forum]