Pagani Design It is one of the Asian-made brands that have been on the market for years, and unlike other more recent ones, it has been building a reputation for favorable quality-price ratio. I met P.S. ( Pagani Design ) in 2014, shortly before acquiring the Parnis Milgauss and since then they have been improving in terms of quality and materials. Why didn't I have it at the time and now I do? Well, at that time they focused on quartz movements, something that has never motivated me much, then they moved on to mechanical ones, usually made from Miyota or China, but today they equip reliable automatic calibers from Seiko, which is quite a warranty.
Another novelty that I wanted to experience is that they have an Official Distributor for Spain ( paganidesignes.com ), something we usually complain about.
|316L stainless steel. 42mm in diameter without counting the crown. 14mm high
|Ceramic unidirectional rotary
|20mm wide stainless steel
|Hour, minutes, seconds, day of the month
|Seiko NH35A. 21,600 vph. 24 rubies
|Automatic loading with bidirectional rotor. Manual winding and stop seconds
|41 hours of power reserve. -20/+40 seconds/day
|Made in China. Japan Movement
|€389.90 (offer €171 with 5% “GUTI5” discount)
|Pagani Design / Pagani Design Spain
We received the watch in a small black cardboard box. The cover has the brand name and logo printed in gold letters.
When we open it we find the first detail, a blue chamois that protects the watch glass during shipping and also serves to clean it without damaging it. It is also signed by "PAGANI DESIGN".
The watch is accompanied by a warranty card and an instruction manual that is common to all the brand's models.
The equipment meets the minimum requirements, although avoiding the ostentatious presentations of other Asian watches such as the Boderry Urban Series Titanium . The advantage is that we know that the money invested goes to the watch, not to packaging.
I must also mention the adhesive on the glass, which with the word "Sapphire" confirms that it is indeed sapphire.