Watch Notes Of The Week: Never Worn

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We focus on selling pre-owned watches, but sometimes great unworn watches come our way and we have to buy ’em so we can offer these goodies to our viewers. Here’s some select pieces! Rolex – Submariner Date This hefty chunk of gold is still new, but at a great price thanks to the warranty card having been dated January 2014. This watch is exactly the same as the models currently being produced. It even has … Read More

PJ’s Watch (Panerai) Notes of the Week

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Panerai all over the place!  We have the largest selection of preowned Panerai we’ve ever had.  We frequently sell these watches too quickly to ever have a wide range of models, but we went on a pre-holiday buying spree and posted them all at once. Luminor Marina 1950 42mm : PAM 392 This is a new size offering from Panerai, a 42mm Luminor 1950.  This finally bridges the gap between the traditional 40mm and 44mm … Read More

PJ’s Watch Notes of the Week

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Panerai – Radiomir GMT Alarm – PAM 98 This is a model we have been fortunate enough to come across a couple of times in the past, but it remains a rare piece, with only 3000 total pieces made between 2001 and 2006.   The Panerai Radiomir GMT Alarm features a Girard Perregaux caliber 59, a movement initially developed by A. Schild (AS 5008).  This vintage movement was reworked by Girard Perregaux and in my … Read More

PJ’s Watch Notes of the Week

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Our usual rule with Panerai’s is that if it doesn’t have box/papers we aren’t interested.  We made an exception for this piece.  The Jaeger-LeCoultre movement made it too interesting to pass up.   We also love the gold hands and the clean dial with the reserve indicator only visible through the display back. Great deal on this piece, almost 60% off of retail.  This is the new version of the Montbrillant with the in-house Breitling … Read More

PJ’s Watch Notes of the Week

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I almost drooled on this watch, but I didn’t.  Oh, also, it is in pristine condition and has a balance of the factory warranty, although you shouldn’t need it since this piece was averaging 0 seconds of gain or loss with no position outside of COSC specs on a full power reserve (36-38 hours BTW).  This brand doesn’t apply for COSC certification, but I think you would be right to expect those results from a … Read More

PJ’s Watch Notes of the Week

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The gold GMT Master II is already rarely seen in comparison to the gold Submariner Date, but this piece is even more uncommon with a factory champagne dial with eight serti set diamonds and three rubies.  The jubilee band with hidden clasp is in great condition with very little play.   The most functional watch in the world.  Well, that may be an overstatement, but it is certainly up there with the best. This is … Read More

PJ’s Watch Notes of the Week

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I consider the Omega Constellation to be one of the most undervalued models in the Omega line.  This piece has the same COSC certified Omega 1120/ETA 2892-2 caliber that you would find in a Seamaster of the same late 90s/early 2000s vintage.  The case is slim and wears well with a cuff.  The 36mm is not as small as one might think, the integrated bracelet tapers slowly making it appear a little larger on the … Read More