Most of these are quite decent. Dunno what to think about a Navitimer that's not a chronograph, but then again, when it comes to time-only watches with a slide rule, this has already been done in the past (by Juvenia in the 1940s, if my memory serves me well).
The Panerai Luminor Due, while actually not bad in terms of design, is one of Panerai's most laughable models. It's right there with the limited edition with the "NOS" Angelus movements (and in fact, a stash of random Angelus key-wound desk clock movements "repurposed" as stem wind and set ones), and the "Brooklyn Bridge" LE with the lowest grade Unitas inside (no, not the Panerai-decorated one) made with the belief that all the buyers will be idiots and won't unscrew the back to look at the movement.
First of all, 30m WR. What the fuck is that?! Panerai was supposed to be the big name in waterproof tool watches. This, meanwhile, is splashproof at best.
The case back, while faceted like the typical Panerai screw-in backs, is actually a press-in one. An imitation. That's as sordid as it gets. In the 1960s and 1970s, that's what the manufacturers of all the faux-dive pin-lever wonders did. And here comes a supposedly luxury brand, fucking their clients over by charging thousands of dollars for a fucking imitation. Revolting and pathetic.
The most merciful thing in the world, I think, is the inability of the human mind to correlate all its contents.
I'd send them all an animated gif of Ron Jeremy sucking his own cock.
Conjurer, of people asking about their Doxas