Paneristi Public Forum:Why is it called a Radiomir 1940 case, when it first was made ​​in the 50 s ?
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Why is it called a Radiomir 1940 case, when it first was made ​​in the 50 s ?

February 2 2013 at 10:20 AM

  (Login BrisseCph)
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In the light of the new SIHH 2013 news:

Why is Panerai called the new case Radiomir 1940, when it first was made in the 50 s ?

As I see it, is the new Radiomir 1940 case comparable with the 6152.

I wonder why Panerai makes so much out of their marketing materials to tell relationship with watches that were used during the World War II and the new Radiomir case, that in my opinion has nothing to do with the second World War.
(See press kit)

I do not intend to hurt anyone or cause dissension in any way.

I only ask about this because I am so passionate about the brand, and if Panerai (or other) know something that has not been clarified before, so I think it must be quite interesting for everybody.


Brian H
Copenhagen

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