Welcome back, watch-lovers, it's Chris over at Jaztime, introducing to you a brand new Panerai watch. Today I have here a Panerai PAM 351 44 millimeter watch. This is on a 1950s case, for those of you who are not familiar with 1950s case, they actually have a different side profile here, as you can see. It's a little bit more rounded here than the normal types, with the block type case on the original Panerais. So the 1950s style does have a little bit more curves on it. It also has a sapphire crystal on the back, you see here. Let's get back to the front of this watch. This watch is on a titanium case with a stainless steel smooth bezel, high-polished, here. It also has yellow gold hands, you can see that really closely. Yellow gold hands actually make this watch pop, 'cause it's not very often that you see a titanium watch with stainless steel and yellow gold as a, with that combination of metals. And being that this is a tobacco or brown dial, it's actually a really nice touch. This also has a brown strap as well, with a nice tang buckle. If you look really closely you'll see a date at the 3 o'clock position, and a second hand at the 9 o'clock position there. This is a P9000 movement that actually powers this watch, if you can see past these stickers here, you'll see the in-house Panerai movement in there. One of the cool features about this watch, it does have a quick hour jump. What does that mean? That means that when we pull it out to the second position, instead of a quick date switch, we're looking at the hour jumping from hour to hour. As you see, this goes around the dial twice, it's actually gonna, and you're gonna see that at the 3 o'clock position it's gonna change over to the 15, and there you go. So every time it goes around twice it's gonna change the date. That way you can actually set it in the middle of the day and it will actually change at midnight as you want it to for the next day. Let's pop that back in there. And this is the classic crown guard that you see with the Panerais, it's unmistakable, really. You also notice here that this is actually a sandwich dial. And what is a sandwich dial? A sandwich dial is when they actually take a plate of luminescence and they apply another plate with cutouts, so you can actually see the luminescence underneath that plate. You can see here at the hour markers, these index hour markers here, and the 12, six, and nine position, you'll see cutouts. And also at the second position. Now, if I turn off the light, you'll be able to see this glow. It's a pretty bright glow, let's take a look here. That's even with the lit room in here, you'll be able to see that glow really clearly. So imagine what it looks like in the movie theater, right? Let's turn this back on. Okay, now. Really easy watch to wear, because it's titanium, it's gonna be easier on the wrist. Let's try this puppy on my wrist here. I'm more of a guy who's more of a 42 millimeter watch for my wrist. This is a 44 millimeter, so it does look a little bit bigger, almost like my big brother's watch. But you definitely know it's there. It's easy to read, unmistakable as a Panerai. A great everyday wear watch because it does have a second hand and it has a date, it's an automatic watch. Has a three-day power reserve, which is roughly like 72 hours. It's a really good everyday wear watch. If you like this watch review or if you like this watch, you can visit, buy it on jaztime.com.