The PAM 127 is a modern Panerai classic that doesn’t really require an introduction. Born in 2002 as an almost identical replica of a modified 6152/1 with Angelus 240 movement, this Special Edition with an amazingly domed sapphire crystal soon developed a cult-like following. The PAM 127 even has its own nickname which is: “Fiddy” – for Nineteen-Fiddy. After initial difficulties, mostly due to the enormous size of 47mm, the watch was accepted among Panerai collectors.
PANERAI LUMINOR 1950 "FIDDY" PAM127
47mm stainless steel case, 17.8mm thickness.
Manual winding base Unita 6497 calibre OPXI constructed with a Glucydur balance, Nivarox I spring and incabloc anti-shock device, a Swan's neck regulator, côte Genève decoration on the bridge and tested and certified by the Contrôle Officiel Suisse des Chronomètres (COSC). This mechanism oscillates at a frequency of 21,600 VP, 17 jewels.
Hours, minutes and subsidiary small seconds dial at 9 o’clock.
Steel and luminescent stick-shaped hands.
Trademarked lever crown protector.
Sapphire crystal exhibition case back.
Brown Havana alligator strap with vintage tang buckle.
Above average condition, can be restored and repolished.
Included with original box and paper. Chatel in house one year warranty.