Anonimo Chrono WRC Special-Edition Automatic Watch
Anonimo Chrono WRC Special-Edition Automatic Watch
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Anonimo’s MILITARE collection was originally created in 2001 for Italian navy divers who needed a watch as technically sound as it was attractive. Since, the collection has been updated with new improvements, retaining the technical aspects of the original, now in a 43-millimeter cushion case with a high-powered automatic movement developed exclusively for Anonimo Read More

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Sanzhar
16
Sep 27, 2020
Also this watch is the opposite of what WRC (rally) represent in spirit. Rally is seen as more humble, affordable, democratic type of car racing. Not snobbish and extremely expensive like Formula 1 or prototype car racing (Le Mans, Daytona).
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fishstickxxx
220
Oct 1, 2020
WRC is big for European sales, but not so much here. Impressive skill abounds, in WRC
fishstickxxx
220
Oct 1, 2020
Don't delude yourself, WRC is an elite multi million-dollar enterprise exhibiting great skill.
Leoanger
240
Sep 25, 2020
Looks similar to those U-boat contraptions Drop has been dropping.
Maltman
98
Sep 25, 2020
Anyone else think it's butt ugly? What's with the 8 and 4 sticking out like they might be hard to find if you didn't know where 8 o'clock and 4 'o clock normally reside?
OldFinn
125
Sep 25, 2020
For the SRP should at least be Chronometer COSC sped’d.
RayF
22946
Sep 25, 2020
For this much money, a guy could buy 29 Ingersoll Batemens and give them to each of his friends on MD. (hoping I'm not that guy's friend).
DavidWS
53
Sep 26, 2020
But then you have 29 mediocre watches... I don't understand that concept
RayF
22946
Sep 26, 2020
Or here, one mediocre watch.
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dotcat007
87
Sep 25, 2020
Uhhh...I dunno...spending this level of lucre on a watch produced by "Anonymous" seems a bit of a stretch...
rumata13
447
Sep 25, 2020
$3K is entering pre-owned Panerai territory. If you are going to spend this kind of money it's better to get a real PAM watch, not the brand that's trying to imitate it.
rumata13
447
Sep 25, 2020
You are correct, none are listed below $5K at the moment, but PAM chronos are not very popular and with patience can be found for lower price. They are just too busy and take away from the classic simple Panerai looks.
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Mrtza
85
Sep 28, 2020
No to mention that chrono prices aren't a true representation of resale value. Anything can be had way cheaper on forums. 3K wouldn't get you any Panerai in great pre-owned condition. You'll be able to find something which is missing box and/or papers and potentially needing a service.
solardiver
33
Sep 25, 2020
No diver would want a watch only rated at 120 m (394 ft). Here is good rule to follow: 10 ATM -100 meters/330 feet Swimming and snorkeling,  20 ATM-200 meters/660 feet High-impact water sports and some diving. I've had watches rated at 200m flood at 100 feet.
mclose
372
Sep 25, 2020
This is an interesting take, especially the definitive "no diver" statement. When I was certified (years ago, don't dive anymore) the maximum depth for recreational divers without special equipment was 40 meters. My last true "Dive Watch" was an IWC Aquatimer, which had a built in depth gauge that max'd out at 45 meters and was rated to 100m. This was about 20 years ago and I think subsequent model updates increased it to 60m with the max recorded depth 50m. The watch was still rated to 100m. I would guess that most divers would not rely on a mechanical watch for a life and death function like depth, but in my experience it was very accurate. I never dove deeper than 60 feet and the IWC never failed.
JAone
589
Sep 25, 2020
Probably opt for a Bausele Oceanmoon watch for this look, still swiss made ,although quartz. But for under $700 usd, a shitload cheaper.
ED61
1467
Sep 25, 2020
I’m not sure about the high quality of this watch especially at this price I’m definitely not sold on a 3k sellita i would definitely agree on picking up a pre owned omega add a few more bucks have it serviced and never loose a dime after enjoying it for a while this watch on the other hand i think you’ll loose a ton once you take the plastic off and try it on just sayin
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