Love them or hate them, one thing that you cannot do with Panerai is ignore them. I’m of course referring to the new Panerai Luminor 1950 3 Days Titanio DLC PAM629 “California dial” Replica watch, and also its twisted sister, the PAM617.
The PAM629 uses Panerai’s tried and tested Luminor 1950 case which is 47mm wide. This makes the Best Panerai Replica Review a large watch. While it may large, the lugs do curve quite pronouncedly, so it’s not uncomfortable to wear even if you have smaller wrists. And because it is rendered in titanium, the Panerai Luminor 1950 3 Days Titanio DLC PAM629 also feels remarkably light.
The new Panerai Replica Swiss Movement is surely iterative rather than revolutionary, but that’s what Panerai does best. Besides, I thought last year’s Radiomir 1940 chronographs were pretty refreshing. I digress… so back to the PAM627. Well, the fact that it is the first Luminor watch to wear a California dial should surely mean something in the annals of Panerai’s history and will thusly ensure this model’s success.
In fact, the Panerai Luminor 1950 3 Days Titanio DLC PAM629 is dripping with cool. The dark, black case coupled with the equally black dial contrasts perfectly with the faux vintage markings and gold hands. The case is rendered in typical Panerai Swiss Replica quality, which is to say it’s really good. The lines are sharp and the uniform matte finish seems to almost suck up light, which makes the gold hands stand out even more sharply. The supplied Ponte Vecchio calf strap also screams quality, though I suspect some users would be miffed that it tapers down to just 22mm.
Inside, the Panerai Luminor 1950 3 Days Titanio DLC PAM629 Fake Watch is powered by the P.3000 calibre. It’s used widely in many other 47mm Panerai watches and is as tried-and-tested as they come. It features two barrels which give it a power reserve of 72 hours, or 3 days – but I’m guessing you already knew that from the watch’s name. Other notable features are the full balance bridge and free sprung balance. However, owners won’t be able to see any of this because the Panerai Luminor 1950 3 Days Titanio DLC PAM629 has a screwed down titanium caseback.