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What could be more beautiful than something vintage? Whether we're talking fashion, jewelry or accessories, "vintage" has that aura of class and perfection. Now, vintage is a world populated by men and women of discernment. So, what does a man of impeccable taste and a love for vintage have in mind when he's thinking of his next wristwatch?...why, the Panerai Luminor 1950 3 Days, of course!

 

What's up with the Panerai Luminor 1950 3 Days?

The Panerai Luminor 1950 3 Days (or the PAM 372) is Panerai's answer to fervent pleas from ardent Paneristis the world over! Back when Panerai introduced the special edition Luminor 1950 (a.k.a Fiddy) model, Paneristis fell in love, and then clamored for a regular or non-limited production "Base" Fiddy (time and minute hands only) model.

 

What does the PAM 372 have to offer?

The biggest draw in this watch is the classy, uncluttered sandwich dial, which is a gorgeous matte black (which seems a deep brown in bright light) with Arabic numerals and hour markers in an elegant tan lume. Like the original Fiddy, the PAM 372 also has a 47mm 1950s style stainless steel case, although this model is polished rather than brushed steel. Rounding off the case is a beautiful brown leather strap, the color of aged tobacco. Of course, if you prefer lighter tones, it also comes with a honey colored strap as a second option. Basically, you're looking at  tasteful, old-world charm with this watch, including the manual winding – an unexpected blend of bold and understated, and charming overall! If you'd like a more in-depth look, you can check out some reviews here, here and here.

Panerai Luminor 1950 3 Days   Panerai Luminor 1950 3 Days 

 

As a discerning watch lover looking to build on your collection, this is one to keep your eye open for. If you're a Paneristi though, and you've been on the hunt for this watch, then your search is over! Contact us or visit CJ Charles Jewelers to make the PAM 372 your own!

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