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Noob PAM 243 vs - Still on the fence?


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FROGMAN

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    This just keeps on getting better...

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I'm having some fun today (not working) and I thought I'd spend some time on the forum enjoying our hobby. Since January I've been on the hunt for a nice PAM 24 as this is my grail....but everything I've found wasn't exactly what I was looking for. I even considered buying a gen but this isn't an option IMO with all of the amazing PAM reps coming out lately. When I saw the original H an N versions of the PAM 243 I didn't love it at first...mainly because I felt the 024 was king. Then I started seeing more and more posts from members posting picture after picture of the 243 on great strap choices. So you all know where this is going so lets get on with it :) ......well I decided to buy a v2 and got lucky with one of our dealers. My new watch arrived earlier this week and HOLY CRAP guys....seriously this watch is amazing....even the lever is nice and tight.

So I ask you.....Are you still on the fence? If so, open your wallet and do it. This watch is amazing!
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kfmcmahon

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Got mine from Angus last week...I agree this is one serious hunk of steel..feels much more GEN than the 111 or 113 I have...love it!


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