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January 19 2009 at 11:24 AM

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OFFICINE PANERAI PRESENTS THE MOVEMENTS P.9000






Innovation, a fine tradition in technical mastery and an ongoing commitment to the development of new models and movements which are increasingly functional and reliable: the 2009 Salon International de la Haute Horlogerie in Geneva marks an important turning point for Officine Panerai as it presents the new movements designed and made entirely in-house. Its the range of movements P.9000, whose three new calibres join the existing four.

With the development of the P.9000, P.9001 and P.9002, Officine Panerai - originally a supplier of highly specialised watches to the Royal Italian Navy - made its name as one of the few international high-end watch makers which design the majority of their watch movement components in-house.

This is an undertaking which Officine Panerai has completed in an incredibly short time. Few other watchmakers have succeeded in developing and making no fewer than eight of its own calibres - P.2002, P.2003, P.2004, P.2005, P.2006, P.9000, P.9001 and P.9002 - fully operational and available in just seven years, with the design for the first calibre dating back to 2002.




The new movements: general specifications


The new P.9000 calibre is available in three versions P.9000, P.9001, P.9002 fitted with different functions, but they have in common automatic winding with a power reserve of 3 days and a special technical design which makes these movements immediately recognisable.

The new P.9000 calibre has a diameter of 13 ¾ lignes and is fitted with two barrels which ensure a power reserve of 72 hours; the single-piece rotor winds in both directions thanks to an automatic ratchet device; the balance wheel with adjustment screws, oscillates at a frequency of 4 Hz; the stop balance wheel device enables the time to be synchronised with a reference time signal.

To house these new movements, a specially-made version of the Luminor 1950 case from the Manifattura Collection has been designed, keeping the proportions of the original but holding a slightly less convex sapphire crystal which only barely protrudes from the bezel.








The calibre P.9000



The calibre P.9000, with 195 components, is used in the Luminor 1950 Marina models and the Luminor 1950 Submersible.

The two Luminor 1950 Marina time pieces - PAM00312 and PAM00328, have a 44mm diameter steel case and are characterised by a black sandwich dial and a small seconds dial at 9, like the historic models. Water-resistant in depths of up to 300 metres, the first two models have an alligator strap, or the new metal bracelet, which has brushed asymmetric links rounded lengthways as well as across, but with polished points of contact.

The latest version of the Luminor Submersible (PAM00305), thanks to the new movement, joins the Manifattura Collection for the very first time. With a 47 mm diameter titanium case, its a professional underwater model, watertight in depths of up to 300 metres. Distinctive features, in addition to its size, include a particularly large bezel with stud and relief markers, as well as a dial with wide baton hands - a design taking inspiration from the details of historic dials. It comes complete with a natural rubber strap.








LUMINOR 1950 MARINA 3 DAYS AUTOMATIC 44 mm


Movement: Automatic mechanical, Panerai P.9000 calibre, executed entirely by Panerai, 13 ¾ lignes, 7.9 mm thick, 28 jewels, Glucydur® balance, 28,800 alternations/hour. Incabloc® anti-shock device. Power reserve 3 days, two barrels. 195 components.

Functions: Hours, minutes, small seconds, date.

Case: Diameter 44 mm, AISI 316L brushed steel.

Bezel: Polished steel.

Back: See-through sapphire crystal.

Device protecting the crown: (protected as a Trademark) Brushed steel.

Dial: Black with luminous Arabic numerals and hour markers. Date at 3 oclock, small seconds at 9 oclock.

Crystal: Sapphire, made from corundum, 2.6mm thick. Anti-reflective coating.

Water- resistance: 30 bar (300 metres).

Strap: PANERAI personalised black alligator strap and large-size brushed steel buckle.

Supplied with a second interchangeable strap, a tool to change the strap and a steel screwdriver.



Reference: PAM00312

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LUMINOR 1950 MARINA 3 DAYS AUTOMATIC 44 mm - STEEL


Movement: Automatic mechanical, Panerai P. 9000 calibre, executed entirely by Panerai, 13 ¾ lignes, 7.9 mm thick, 28 jewels, Glucydur® balance, 28,800 alternations/hour. Incabloc® anti-shock device. Power reserve 3 days, two barrels. 195 components.

Functions: Hours, minutes, small seconds, date.

Case: Diameter 44 mm, AISI 316L brushed steel.

Bezel: Polished steel.

Back: See-through sapphire crystal.

Device protecting the crown: (protected as a Trademark) Brushed steel.

Dial: Black with luminous Arabic numerals and hour markers. Date at 3 oclock, small seconds at 9 oclock.

Crystal: Sapphire, made from corundum, 2.6mm thick. Anti-reflective coating.

Water- resistance: 30 bar (300 metres).

Bracelet: PANERAI personalised metal bracelet with vertical brushed finishing and polished surface between the links. Supplied with a tool to change the bracelet and a steel screwdriver.



Reference: PAM00328

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LUMINOR 1950 SUBMERSIBLE 47 mm


Movement: Automatic mechanical, Panerai P.9000 calibre, executed entirely by Panerai, 13 ¾ lignes, 7.9 mm thick, 28 jewels, Glucydur® balance, 28,800 alternations/hour. Incablock® anti-shock device. Power reserve 3 days, two barrels. 195 components.

Functions: Hours, minutes, small seconds, date, calculation of immersion time.

Case: Diameter 47 mm, brushed titanium.

Bezel: Brushed titanium with polished edges, anti-clockwise unidirectional rotating bezel with graduated scale for calculating the time of immersion and ratchet click at minute intervals.

Back: See-through sapphire crystal.

Device protecting the crown: (protected as a Trademark) Brushed titanium.

Dial: Black with luminous hour markers. Date at 3 oclock, small seconds at 9 oclock.

Crystal: Sapphire, made from corundum, 4 mm thick. Anti-reflective coating.

Water- resistance: 30 bar (300 metres).

Strap: PANERAI personalised rubber strap and large-size brushed titanium buckle.

Supplied with a second interchangeable strap, a tool to change the strap and a steel screwdriver.


Reference: PAM00305

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Calibre P.9001



The calibre P.9001 (227 components) also comes equipped with a GMT function with 12h indicator, a seconds-reset device historically designed for watch synchronisation as well as a power reserve indicator, and it is used to operate two other new Luminor 1950 models, identified by the numbers PAM00320 and PAM00329.

Both models are made in steel, have a 44mm diameter case, the classic sandwich dial design and feature a third hand for the second time zone in the centre. The power reserve can be read from a rotating disc on the movement, seen through the sapphire crystal caseback, and the case is water resistant in depths of up to 300 metres. Equal in size, design and features, the two models differ only in their strap: in alligator with the new design for the PAM00320 and metal bracelet for the PAM00329.







LUMINOR 1950 3 DAYS GMT POWER RESERVE BACK 44 mm


Movement: Automatic mechanical, Panerai P.9001 calibre, executed entirely by Panerai, 13 ¾ lignes, 7.9 mm thick, 29 jewels, Glucydur® balance, 28,800 alternations/hour. Incabloc® anti-shock device. Power reserve 3 days, two barrels. 227 components.

Functions: Hours, minutes, small seconds, date, second time zone, power reserve indicator on the back, seconds reset.

Case: Diameter 44 mm, AISI 316L brushed steel.

Bezel: Polished steel.

Back: See-through sapphire crystal.

Device protecting the crown: (protected as a Trademark) brushed steel.

Dial: Black with luminous Arabic numerals and hour markers. Date at 3 oclock, small seconds at 9 oclock.

Crystal: Sapphire, made from corundum, 2.6 mm thick. Anti-reflective coating.

Water- resistance: 30 bar (300 metres).

Strap: PANERAI personalised brown alligator strap and large-size brushed steel buckle.

Supplied with a second interchangeable strap, a tool to change the strap and a steel screwdriver.



Reference: PAM00320

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LUMINOR 1950 3 DAYS GMT POWER RESERVE BACK 44 mm


Movement: Automatic mechanical, Panerai P. 9001 calibre, executed entirely by Panerai, 13 ¾ lignes, 7.9 mm thick, 29 jewels, Glucydur® balance, 28,800 alternations/hour. Incabloc® anti-shock device. Power reserve 3 days, two barrels. 227 components.

Functions: Hours, minutes, small seconds, date, second time zone, power reserve indicator on the back, seconds reset.

Case: Diameter 44 mm, AISI 316L brushed steel.

Bezel: Polished steel.

Back: See-through sapphire crystal.

Device protecting the crown: (protected as a Trademark) brushed steel.

Dial: Black with luminous Arabic numerals and hour markers. Date at 3 oclock, small seconds at 9 oclock.

Crystal: Sapphire, made from corundum, 2.6 mm thick. Anti-reflective coating.

Water- resistance: 30 bar (300 metres).

Bracelet: PANERAI personalised metal bracelet with vertical brushed finishing and polished surface between the links. Supplied with a tool to change the bracelet and a steel screwdriver.



Reference: PAM00329

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Calibre P.9002



The calibre P.9002 (236 components) differs from the P.9001 in its power reserve indicator alone and is used for the latest model in the new Luminor 1950 Manifattura Collection. In this case, the power reserve can be read by a small hand which moves along a circular arc on the dial - a classic sandwich design like the other models.


Identified by the number PAM00321 and water resistant in depths of up to 300 metres, this watch is only available with the new version of the alligator strap.



Reference: PAM00321

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LUMINOR 1950 REGATTA RATTRAPANTE 44 MM, DLC


The long tradition linking Officine Panerai to the yachting world is celebrated once again this year with a special edition dedicated to the Panerai Classic Yachts Challenge. This international vintage boat event sponsored by the Florentine company sees the most incredible yachts from years gone by, restored and returned to their ancient splendour and ready to battle it out in a series of regattas on an international circuit, with stages in both the Mediterranean Sea and the Atlantic Ocean.

As in the past, just 500 numbered examples have been produced of this special limited edition watch, the Luminor 1950 Regatta Rattrapante 44 mm, DLC (PAM00332). It is a split-second chronograph, complete with chronometer certificate, that counts down the 5 minutes to the start of the regatta. A highly specialised model and therefore a real sailors instrument, not just by name, but also due to its technical content.

The case of new Regatta has an unusual new design, different from the 2008 edition; the steel is no longer polished but blackened with a treatment called DLC. This stands for Diamond-Like-Carbon and means that the metal has been subjected to a process that makes it even harder and more resistant, in particular to corrosion. DLC treatment is much less prone to the scratching and streaking that often occur with other metal-burnishing procedures.

The Luminor case measures 44mm in diameter and DLC treatment has also been extended to the three buttons, winding crown and lever bridge, the latter being the strong signature feature of Luminor watches with the dual function of protecting the crown and ensuring its watertight seal. Waterproof to 100 metres (10 bars), this watch has a screw-down back plate, which is burnished and engraved with the event logo, edition year and the model's identifying numbers and production number.

The dial, covered by 2-mm thick anti-reflective sapphire glass, has a black clou de Paris background: a close-knit weave that gives an impression of depth and highlights the two Arabic numbers and the stud hour markers, luminescent like the hands except for the first of the two chronograph markers, which is blue with just a tiny luminescent point on its tip. The tachymeter scale is imprinted into the raised edge of the dial, while the five minute countdown is also highlighted in blue, shown on the minute counter square.

The Luminor 1950 Regatta Rattrapante has automatic OP XVIII calibre movement, 13 ¼ lines in diameter, with double column wheel - distinctive elements of high-quality rattrapante chronographs. The rattrapante or split-second chronograph allows timing of two events starting at the same time, thanks to a second hand that can be stopped and then realigned with the first while the latter continues its course. The third button, at 8 oclock, stops and realigns the second hand. With its polished decorated surfaces and levers, the Regatta movement also has official C.O.S.C. certification.

The new Luminor 1950 Regatta Rattrapante has a leather strap with burnished buckle bearing the Panerai logo. It comes complete with a spare strap that can be fitted with the tool provided.



Reference:PAM00332

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TOURBILLON GMT: RADIOMIR AND LUMINOR 1950


Two new models brought to life by the tiny beating heart which represents the highest expression of Officine Panerai manufacturing skill: the calibre P.2005 with tourbillon. This movement - in all its structural complexity and highly innovative technology - now equips the Radiomir Tourbillon GMT 48 mm, Pink Gold, and the Luminor 1950 Tourbillon GMT 47 mm, Titanium, both belonging to the Manifattura collection.

From a technical viewpoint the tourbillon is the most sophisticated calibre of the entire Officine Panerai collection: hand-wound and with three spring barrels to accumulate the power necessary to keep the watch running for no fewer than six days, with a power reserve indicator.

This tourbillon is the only one in existence whose balance wheel rotates inside a cage that is parallel instead of perpendicular to the base of the movement. This unusual feature better compensates for any inaccuracies caused by the vertical and horizontal positions the watch may assume when worn on the wrist, and by virtue of the fact that the cage makes a full rotation every 30 seconds and not, as generally occurs, every minute. This complex device is made from a series of planetary conical gear wheels requiring an accuracy and precision which only the master horologists of Panerai Manufacture possess. Furthermore, both models feature a second time zone hand.

The Radiomir Tourbillon GMT model (PAM00330) case comes in pink gold and has a diameter of 48 mm. Cushion-shaped and with a screw crown, it faithfully reproduces the design of the very first watches of its kind, but with new, innovative wire loop strap attachments which can be easily removed by way of a patented screw system. Water-resistant to 100 metres, this watch has a see-through caseback in sapphire crystal revealing the fascinating movement of the tourbillon and to check the power reserve by way of a hand which moves along a circular arc.


Reference:PAM00330

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The Luminor 1950 Tourbillon GMT (PAM00331) has the classic Luminor 1950 case, marked by the unmistakable crown-protecting bridge. Water resistant in depths of up to 100 metres, the new model measures 47 mm in diameter and comes in grade five titanium. The bezel is brushed instead of polished like the original model, with polished edges. The dial, no longer dark brown but black, matches the strap and this watch also has a see-through caseback to reveal the exquisitely handcrafted movement.

The Radiomir dial is brown and has a knurled edge flange in pink gold, while the Luminor is dial black. Both have large Arabic numerals and markers, a sandwich construction and a luminous material between the two layers forming the dial itself. This exclusive innovation which guarantees perfect visibility in all conditions was pioneered by Officine Panerai in the 1930s. The hands are also luminous in pink gold in the Radiomir, whose second time zone hand is distinguished by an arrow point. The two sub-dials have a leaf hand, with the one at 3 indicating whether the hour shown by the GMT hand is during the day or night, and the other - the continuous second hand at 9 - making a complete rotation every sixty seconds. Finally, the dial also features a small circular indicator (ecru in the Radiomir and blue in the Luminor) which moves twice as fast as the seconds hand as it is connected to the tourbillon cage which rotates every 30 seconds.

The hand-wound movement is the calibre P.2005 with a diameter of 16 ¼ lignes and thickness of 9.1 mm. Made up of 239 components and with three spring barrels and a 144-hour power reserve, it has been designed and manufactured by Officine Panerai.

The two watches form part of a limited edition - 100 units for the Radiomir and 150 for the Luminor and come with an alligator strap with a large personalised Panerai buckle in the case material.



Reference: PAM00331

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LUMINOR CHRONO DAYLIGHT 44MM, TITANIUM


Solid yet lightweight. Traditional yet modern: these are just some of the qualities of the Luminor Chrono Daylight 44mm, Titanium, the new descendent of the legendary model - the Luminor. Developed for special military missions more than 60 years ago, it put Officine Panerai at the cutting edge of the professional underwater watch sector.

From its celebrated predecessor, the modern model has inherited both the shape of the case as well as the distinctive lever bridge, which has the twin function of protecting the crown as well as guaranteeing its water-resistance by keeping it firmly pressed against the case itself.

New features, however, are many: no longer just a watch indicating hours and minutes, this is a chronograph featuring date display and powered by an automatic movement which bears the C.O.S.C. chronometer certification as proof of its precision. For the first time in this line, the chronograph-controlling push pieces are cylindrical instead of rectangular and rounded. Also of note is the material used to craft the case and innovative bracelet. In fact, the traditional steel has been replaced by titanium, a metal which combines hardness and durability with extreme lightness. The alloy used for the new Luminor is grade five titanium, which implies a far more complex and specialised surface finishing process, yet presents the great advantage of being hypo-allergic, temperature- and above all corrosion-resistant, a vital characteristic in a watch designed to be in frequent contact with sea water.

The case, measuring 44mm in diameter, is characterised by large straight strap attachments and by the lever bridge, with two short cylindrical chronograph-controlling push-pieces on the same side, inserted obliquely into the carrure, and which, thanks to their shape and reduced projection, are quicker to operate. Made in brushed titanium, the case is surmounted by the bezel, which is also brushed but with edges in polished titanium and features the tachymeter scale with engraved numbers. The watchs water-resistance up to 10 bar (100 metres) is completed by the caseback, also in titanium and secured by screws.

The dial of the Luminor Chrono Daylight 44 mm in titanium is blue, with markers and numerals coated with luminous material, the same as the hour and minute hands as well as the smaller hands of the sub-dials. These include the continuous seconds sub-dial (positioned at 9) the chronograph hour (at 6) and minute counter (at 3). The dial is protected by an anti-reflective sapphire crystal of no less than 2.5 mm thick, resistant even at great depths.

Special attention is deserved by the unusual features of the bracelet - innovative in its construction and not just for the metal used. Proof of the ongoing search for excellence, the bracelet is crafted in brushed titanium, with a polish finish on the points of contact between the links, recalling the play on contrasts between the carrure and the bezel. A highly complex process has been used to make the links, which are asymmetric and rounded both horizontally as well as vertically, allowing for optimum continuity with the design and the surface of the case, as well as making them exceptionally soft to the touch.

The watch is fitted with an automatic movement, the calibre Panerai OP XII, with 13 ¼ lignes, 27 jewels and decorated oscillating weight and bridges. With a power reserve of 46 hours and an Incabloc anti-shock device, this movement has obtained, following 16 days of testing, the C.O.S.C. chronometer certification.

The Luminor Chrono Daylight 44mm in titanium (PAM00327) is also available with an alligator strap and adjustable, personalised Panerai buckle in brushed steel and titanium (PAM00326). The bracelet or strap can be easily replaced using the special tool supplied with each watch.



Reference: PAM00326

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Reference: PAM00327

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LUMINOR MARINA AUTOMATIC


New bracelets, new case sizes and innovative dials are the distinctive features of the two latest versions of the Luminor Marina Automatic: a range of models from the Contemporary Collection deriving from a special series made in the early 1990s and named after the Italian Navy.

The name attests to the fine tradition linking Officine Panerai to the world of the sea, as it continues to present watches which embody the same reliability, strength and water resistance that made their predecessors famous. Then, of course, theres the unmistakable Panerai design, which is immediately recognisable thanks first and foremost to its special bridge device protecting the crown.

The two versions of Luminor Marina Automatic differ both in size as well as in the metal used to make the case, caseback and bracelet: Luminor Marina Automatic 44 mm, Titanium bracelet (PAM00296) is made in titanium with a 44mm diameter case, while the Luminor Marina Automatic 40 mm, Steel bracelet (PAM00298) comes in steel with a 40mm case.

In both versions, the metal has undergone a brushing treatment, with a new generation of bracelets featuring asymmetric links which are rounded lengthways as well as across. One small detail is a testament to the technical expertise of the Officine Panerai craftsmen: in fact, the links have a polished surface at their point of contact, a difficult procedure to carry out, particularly on titanium.

The case of both models is water resistant in depths of up to 300 metres, with the typical Luminor shape, but with a smaller diameter of 40mm in the PAM00298. This modification alters neither the design nor the spirit of the model, which remains strong, sporty and typically masculine. The levered bridge which protects the crown and ensures water resistance has consequently been resized, keeping the watchs appeal and technical value intact.

With a screw-down caseback, the two models have a magnifying lens on the date display and anti-reflective sapphire crystal, with a thickness of 3.7 mm for the steel version and of 3.5 mm for the titanium model with 44mm case.

While the steel version maintains the classic black dial, the titanium model has a dark brown face: a historic shade for Officine Panerai, revived in 2007 with great international success. Apart from the colour difference, the two dials have the same, classic design with large luminous Arabic numerals, markers and index hands, while the hand of the small seconds, in the sub-dial at 9, is leaf-shaped.

The movement operating the two new Luminor Marina Automatic models is the automatic OP III calibre, measuring 13 ¼ lignes in diameter and in these two new versions it also comes with the official chronometer certification issued by the C.O.S.C. The movement has a 42-hour power reserve with decorated bridges and a personalised Officine Panerai oscillating weight.

The new Luminor Marina Automatic watches are sold with a small tool for bracelet replacement.




Reference: PAM00296

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Reference: PAM00298

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Reference: PAM00333

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LUMINOR 1950 PINK GOLD 8 DAYS RATTRAPANTE


Movement: hand-wound mechanical, Panerai P.2006/3 calibre, executed entirely by Panerai, 13¾ lignes, 9.6 mm thick, 34 jewels, Glucydur® balance, 28,800 alternations/hour. Power reserve 8 days with linear indicator, three barrels. KIF Parechoc® anti-shock device. 356 components.

Functions: hours, minutes, small seconds, linear power reserve indicator, seconds reset, split-seconds chronograph with two counters.

Case: diameter 47 mm, 18 ct brushed pink gold. Brushed pink gold buttons with polished edges for the split-seconds function at 8 o'clock and for the chronographic
functions at 10 o'clock.

Bezel: 18 ct polished pink gold.

Back: see-through sapphire crystal.
Device protecting the crown: (protected as a Trademark) 18 ct brushed pink gold with polished lever.

Crystal: sapphire, made from corundum, 2 mm thick. Anti-reflective coating.
Water- resistance: 100 metres.

Strap: PANERAI personalised alligator strap and polished pink gold adjustable buckle.


Reference: PAM00319

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And ofcourse, The Special Editions ...






RADIOMIR EGIZIANO
Unique edititon of 300 units


Movement: hand-wound mechanical, Panerai P.2002/7 calibre, executed entirely by Panerai, 13¾ lignes, 6.6 mm thick, 21 jewels, Glucydur® balance, 28,800 alternations/hour. Power reserve 8 days, three barrels. KIF Parechoc® anti-shock device. 191 components.

Functions: hours, minutes, small seconds, seconds reset.

Case: diameter 60 mm, brushed titanium.

Bezel: brushed titanium.

Back: screw, brushed titanium.

Device protecting the crown: (protected as a Trademark) brushed titanium.

Crystal: sapphire, formed of corundum, 5,8 mm thick. Anti-reflective coating.

Water resistance: 100 metres.

Strap: PANERAI personalised leather strap and large-size brushed titanium sewn-in buckle.



Reference: PAM00341

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LUMINOR POWER RESERVE
Unique edititon of 1000 units


Movement: automatic mechanical, SOPROD 9040 calibre, 11½ lignes, 24 jewels, monometallic Glucydur® balance, 28,800 alternations/hour, Power reserve 42 hours. Incabloc® anti-shock device. Chronometer Certificate (C.O.S.C.).

Functions: hours, minutes, seconds, date, power reserve indicator.

Case: diameter 44 mm, steel with special hard black coating.

Bezel: steel with special hard black coating.

Back: screw, brushed steel.

Device protecting the crown: (protected as a Trademark) steel with special hard black coating.

Crystal: sapphire, formed of corundum, 2.5 mm thick, magnifying lens at 3 oclock. Anti-reflective coating.

Water resistance: 300 metres.

Strap: PANERAI personalised leather strap and steel buckle with special hard black coating.



Reference: PAM0028

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LUMINOR 1950 REGATTA RATTRAPANTE
Unique edititon of 500 units


Movement: automatic mechanical, exclusive Panerai OP XVIII calibre, 13 ¼ lignes, 31 jewels, Glucydur® balance, 28,800 alternations/hour. Incabloc® anti-shock device.

Functions: hours, minutes, small seconds, split-seconds chronograph with 2 counters, tachymeter scale.

Case: diameter 44 mm, steel with special hard black coating. Steel with special hard black coating push buttons for the chronograph functions at 2 and 4 oclock and for the split-second function at 8 oclock.

Bezel: steel with special hard black coating.

Back: screw, steel with special hard black coating. Classic Yachts Challenge 2009 engraved.

Device protecting the crown: (protected as a Trade Mark) steel with special hard black coating.

Crystal: sapphire, made from corundum, 2 mm thick. Anti-reflective coating.

Water resistance: 100 metres.

Strap: PANERAI personalised leather strap and steel buckle with special hard black coating.



Reference: PAM00332

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Congratulations to CEO Angelo Bonati and his staff with the new 2009 line-up.





    
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