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[Divers Officine Panerai for the Italian Navy] A diver's watch "Radiomir" developed for the Italian military in 1936. Its high waterproofing technology was granted by Rolex and got its name from Radium, which was used as a luminous paint. The crown cover, which came later on, is one of the features of the current Panerai, further enhancing the waterproofing technology.
- New productPANERAI Luminor Due Three Days Automatic Acciaio¥770,0001RankLuminor Due Three Days Automatic Acciaio "PAM00904" with a case diameter of 42 mm. Equipped with the P.900 caliber, one of the thinnest automatic movements in Panerai history. "Luminol Due" is a model developed to reduce the thickness of the case. It is the thinnest case in the history of Luminor with a cut of about 40% in thickness compared to conventional Luminor cases. In Panerai, which produced many unique designs with a large volume, the design has evolved greatly while following. The dial uses a gray color called anthracite and is a new standard model incorporating many new elements.
- New productPANERAI Radio meal Black seal Chelamica¥979,0002RankRadiomir Black Seal Cheramica "PAM00292" with a case diameter of 45 mm. The "black seal" printed on the dial means "black seal", derived from the nickname of the Italian Navy Special Diving Unit. The movement is equipped with the caliber "OP XI". It is hand-wound with a 56-hour power reserve certified by the chronometer. The model name Cheramika, which means ceramic in Italian, is a radiomeal with a black body. It is a production end model.
- New productPANERAI Luminor base logo 3 Days Acciaio¥605,0003Rank
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