Quote from the SIHH documentation:
Loyalty to its historic origins perfectly blended with elegance and sophistication: these are the
characteristic features of the new Radiomir 8 Days GMT Oro Rosso.
The 395 has one of the most beautiful brown dials. The dial has a magical golden sheen.
It really is an elegant and sophisticated looking watch. Just beautiful. You have to see it in person.
The 395 is akin to the currently discontinued stainless steel 268 (pics at the bottom of the page),
but note that the new 395 doesn't have a cyclops and that the 268 doesn't have an AM/PM indicator.
The 395 is a special edition Radiomir. Its case is 45mm and made of red gold "oro rosso".
This is a new type of gold that - according to my information - has not been used by OP before.
The photo below shows its golden sheen as the dial catches the light.
Its beauty is hard to capture with flash photography - but trust me, this dial is something special.
The official photographer has done a much better job showing what I mean.
Check out the official photos with the links at the bottom of the page.
As impressive as the front of the watch is, the movement (P.2002/10) is just stunning.
In my opinion, this watch clearly shows what OP are capable of now.
Perfect finishing and engraving. Such a pleasure to look at.
The P.2002 calibre is handwound and offers the functions date, second time zone, AM/PM indicator, zero reset and a horizontal power reserve indicator on the dial (aka "fang").
Another close up of the case back
Note that the 395 has a sandwich dial with green Luminova, as opposed to the ecru that we have been seeing on most new watches lately.
You can find the SIHH specifications here:
The first official OP photos of the watch from the SIHH press kit can be found here:
For your reference
The discontinued stainless steel PAM268
Case back of the 268 (left) next to that of the 233 - both showing the P.2002 movement
Thanks for looking
Martin / paneristi.com SIHH team