From a purely military standpoint, wearing a white dial dive watch on a mission could possibly cause your fellow commando soldiers to smack you in the back of the head. But exactly what the Panerai Luminor Base 8 Days Acciaio PAM561 lacks in historical precision and stealth capabilities it constitutes by being one of the cheaper, in-house-movement-equipped and refreshing-looking alternatives at a sea of boring blue and black dial watches.
Panerai luminor due PAM561 replica watch might be a brand of only a few of – admittedly quite similar – ranges, yet it still is just one among few that have an almost unearthly power in bringing their first time client back for another version… and then another, and another, and so on. Therefore, I really don’t think that the Panerai Luminor Base 8 Days Acciaio PAM561 is a typical”first Panerai” – for that, have a look at our Cost of Entry informative article on the most affordable Panerai luminor gmt instructions PAM561 fake watch you can purchase.
I picked the PAM561 especially because I wanted to review a Panerai luminor due 42mm PAM561 clone that isn’t an obvious choice but something one might actually end up contemplating after looking at the current manufacturing line-up of this brand. Clad in a 44mm-wide Luminor case, it is a simple, legible, and among Panerai luminor marina PAM561 replica watches, competitively priced offering which also packs a unusual hand-wound, in-house-made motion having an 8-day power book.
Sandwich dials are entertaining and all, but your first Panerai luminor submersible PAM561 replica more than probably had that previously, and the PAM561 is more like your second or third at the line, as I mentioned above, in which you do need something fresh at the subtleties that leave you Panerai distinct from the other. The notable”8 DAYS” marking preceding six o’clock refers to this P.5000 in-house caliber – but before we proceed to that, just one more word (and my only complaint with the PAM561) on legibility.
Everlastingly very good color comparison aside, however, the only two hands on the PAM561 are simply way too brief. I noticed this in official pictures but during the delight of unpacking a freshly received review unit, they soon stood out for me too short – and, honestly, I don’t see why this was necessary. Maybe longer and thicker palms could have put extra strain on the movement, but if anything, an 8-day power reserve movement should have enough torque to move these thin and light hands around. I will go so far as to say I’d have exchanged a day or two of power reserve for longer hands.