Saturday, December 14, 2013

Michael Strahan: 47MM Historic Luminor Panerai PAM00423

...Panerai Super-Coolness...

Michael Strahan
Co-Host of Live with Kelly & Michael
47MM Historic Luminor Panerai PAM00423 

Michael Strahan is a legendary SuperBowl Champion & Fox NFL Sunday Co-Host as well as being the co-host of Emmy Award Winning morning show named Live with Kelly & Michael which airs mornings on ABC.  Michael Strahan is pictured below on yesterdays episode of Live with Kelly and Michael wearing a 47MM Historic Luminor Panerai PAM00423, which is a great looking watch. 

Michael Strahan replaced Regis Philbin when Regis retired from Regis and Kelly, so the new show is co-hosted by Kelly Ripa and Michael Strahan. Yesterday on the show Kelly and Michael were interviewing Jonah Hill about his upcoming role in the Martin Scorsese movie named, "The Wolf Of Wall Street", in which, he costars with Leonardo DiCaprio, and it looks like a really good movie. The Wolf Of Wall Street launches in movie theaters on December 25, 2013, and in the first trailer below you see Jonah Hill in the opening scene which is really funny:

I just happened to watch a few minutes of Live with Kelly & Michael for the first time yesterday, and noticed Michael's Panerai. The show is really interesting and fun, and Michael is extremely charming, intelligent and charismatic, and of course, he has superb taste in watches ;-)

Panerai watches are really popular with NFL players, particularly because they look great, are macho and sporty, and are also larger, so they scale well with bigger men like Michael who is 6 foot 5. 

In the pictured above you can see Michael Strahan sporting his 47MM Luminor Panerarai PAM00423, which is pictured below. The PAM00423 is extremely similar to the Luminor Panerai PAM00372, but it ads a second hand at 9 o'clock and well as a 72 hour power reserve indicator on the dial, and it has a Sapphire crystal, whereas the 372 has a plexiglass crystal, which gives the 372 a much more vintage look.

Michael Strahan played 15 years in the NFL, and he was a seven time Pro-Bowler, as well as being only one of four NFL players to lead in sacks for two seasons.

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