Here is the review of PAM 113. I got it from www.watchseller.com
Panerai introduced its first dive watches in 1936 for use by special commando units of the Italian navy. These watches featured an unusual mechanism for sealing the crown, using a "protecting device." These dive watches are highly valued by collectors and are very scarce. In 1997, these famous dive watches were reintroduced by the Vendome Luxury Group, and they quickly become very popular. This Panerai Luminore (PAM 114) is in a 44mm x 14.8mm polished SS screw back case with sapphire display back, water resistant to 300 meters. It has a white dial with black Arabic numerals and subsidiary seconds at nine. It is on a signed brown leather strap with tang type buckle. This watch is new and unworn, without a scratch or other flaw on the case or crystal. The well finished OP XI (base cal ETA 6497/2) 17 jewel manual winding movement maintains accurate time within a tolerance of three seconds per day. This unworn Panerai watch has a K serial number (2008 production) and it will be delivered in its original triple box set, jeweler's screwdriver, polishing cloth, signed rubber dive strap, bezel protector and all papers.