Florentine watchmaker Officine Panerai has released four new models in the collection Luminor Due is running in 2016. About it reported in a press release sent to the editors”.ru” on Sunday, November 5th.
It is a watch with a mechanism with three-day power reserve. Two models — Due Luminor 3 Days Titanio, Luminor and Due 3 Days Oro Rosso are equipped with calibre P. 1000 or its openworked version of the P. 1000/10 42 mm titanium or rose gold, respectively.
Two other models — Due Luminor 3 Days Automatic Acciaio and Luminor models Due 3 Days Automatic Titanio in housings with a diameter of 45 millimeters from steel or titanium equipped with automatic mechanisms P. 4000/10 with a gold rotor with a pattern Сlous de
Paris or P. 4000, respectively. A three-day power reserve provided by two barrels. The movement is visible through the transparent back cover.
Officine Panerai was founded by Giovanni Panerai in Florence in 1860. In the early twentieth century, the brand supplied the devices of the Italian Navy, which in 1916 he patented a luminous Radiomir composition, rendered on an instrument scale. This name was later assigned to the line of watch brand, launched in 1936 and were originally designed for military commando-divers. In 2002 he opened his own manufactory of the Swiss company in neuchâtel, where three years later released the first original calibre brand.
In the fall of 2017 Officine Panerai has presented three new versions of the Radiomir, Radiomir 1940 and the Luminor 1950 with green dials.