Panerai Watches You Need to Own This 2021

Officine Panerai’s story begins, not just as a store and workbench, but rather as the town’s first watchmaker’s school. Giovanni Panerai opened its watchmaker’s shop on Ponte alle Grazie in Florence, Italy in 1860. The shop then moved to its existing location in the Arcivescovile Palace on Piazza San Giovanni and altered the name to “Orologeria Svizzera” at the turn of the 20th century.

Panerai comprises four commercial lines: the Manifattura, Contemporary, Historical, and Special Editions of 500, 1.000, 2.000, or 4.000 units of which, on the case back, an issue number is carried. Special editions are produced by the company each year. The special edition of the 1936 California Dialog Radiomir, a relaunch of the first Panerai model, which was limited to 1936 units, was provided to the Italian Marina Militare. In 2005, Ferrari and Panerai signed a 5-year agreement to design, manufacture and deliver Panerai watches with the Ferrari trademark.

Panerai Models

The following Panerai watch models will be featured in this article. These watches are available on the official website of the brand.

Submersible Azzurro – 42mm

The latest 42 mm Submersible Azzurro ref PAM01209 is available in only 500 pieces. This emerges as a diving instrument of professional divers. Its case comprises brushed steel and ceramic anti-clockwise rotating bezel with graduated scale. Its dial is in black color with luminous hour markers and dots, date at 3 o’clock, and small seconds at 9 o’clock. It is supported by an automatic mechanical movement and powered by P.900 caliber with a power reserve of up to 3 days and waterproofness of up to 30 bars. Its 22/20.0 standard size stitched bracelet is in Caoutchouc Black.

Submersible BMG-TECH™ – 47mm

The BMG-TECHTM case and the CarbotechTM bezel are two of Panerai’s most innovative technologies which are present in one watch that will guarantee extreme strength, impact toughness, and liveliness. In addition, the CarbotechTM’s irrigated, matt black appearance that varies with the structure’s cutting assure that each watch is exceptional.

The 47 mm Submersible BMG-TECH™ ref PAM00799 has a graduated carbotech rotating bezel. Its dial is in black color with luminous hour markers and dots, date at 3 o’clock, and small seconds at 9 o’clock. It is supported by an automatic mechanical movement and powered by P.9010 caliber with a power reserve of up to 3 days and waterproofness of up to 30 bars. Its 26/22.0 standard size stitched bracelet is in Caoutchouc Black.

Luminor Marina Guillaume Nery Edition

The 44 mm Luminor Marina Guillaume Nery Edition ref PAM01122 has a case made up of sandblasted titanium DMLS and a black rubber bezel. Its dial is in shaded black with luminous Arabic numerals and hour markers. It is supported by an automatic mechanical movement and powered by P.9010 caliber with a power reserve of up to 3 days and waterproofness of up to 30 bars. Its 24/22.0 standard size strap is in white stitching.

Luminor Marina Specchio Blu – 44mm

The 44 mm Luminor Marina Specchio Blu ref PAM01316 has a case made up of AISI 316L brushed steel and a polished steel bezel. Its dial is in blue sun-brushed color with luminous Arabic numerals and hour markers. It is supported by an automatic mechanical movement and powered by P.9010 caliber with a power reserve of up to 3 days and waterproofness of up to 30 bars. Its 44 mm size strap is in steel, and its functions include hours, minutes, small seconds, and date.

Luminor Due – 38mm

The 38 mm Luminor Due ref PAM01045 has a case made up of polished Goldtech™ and polished Goldtech™ bezel. Its dial is in white color with bright Arabic numerals and hour markers, the date at 3 o’clock, and small seconds at 9 o’clock. It is supported by an automatic mechanical movement and powered by P.900 caliber with a power reserve of up to 3 days and waterproofness of up to 3 bars. Its 20/18.0 standard size strap is in Alligator shiny red and stitched tone on tone.

Luminor Due GMT Power Reserve

The 45 mm Luminor Due GMT Power Reserve ref PAM00964 has a case made up of brushed titanium, see-through sapphire crystal, and polished titanium bezel. The dial is in Blue sun-brushed color with bright Arabic numerals and hour markers, date at 3 o’clock, power reserve indicator at 5 o’clock, and small seconds at 9 o’clock. It is supported by an automatic mechanical movement and powered by P.4002 caliber with a power reserve of up to 3 days and waterproofness of up to 3 bars. Its 24/22.0 standard size Beige stitched strap is in Alligator dark blue.

Radiomir Venti – 45mm

The 45 mm Radiomir Venti ref PAM02020 has a case made up of patina AISI 316L steel, and Patina steel bezel. Its dial is in brown sun-brushed color with luminous Arabic numerals and hour markers. It is supported by a hand-wound mechanical movement and powered by P.6000 caliber with a power reserve of up to 3 days and waterproofness of up to 10 bars. Its 27/22.0 standard size Scamosciato Brown strap has tone-on-tone stitching.

Radiomir GMT – 45mm

The 45 mm Radiomir GMT ref PAM00945 has a case made up of AISI 316L polished steel, see-through sapphire crystal, and polished steel bezel. The dial of this watch is in sun-brushed blue color with luminous Arabic numerals and hour markers, date at 3 o’clock, and seconds and 24h indicator at 9 o’clock. It is supported by an automatic mechanical movement and powered by P.4001 caliber with a power reserve of up to 3 days and waterproofness of up to 10 bars. Its 24/22.0 standard size Alligator dark blue strap has Beige stitching. Its functions include hours, minutes, small seconds, date, GMT, 24h indicator, power reserve on the back, and seconds reset.

Takeaway

Anytime your watch needs to be checked, one of our authenticated retail locations of Panerai can make an analytical diagnosis on it. It is one of the best offers Panerai can provide to its customers, as it usually makes sure that whatever service you need, they will give. Having this timepiece with a diverse background is really a dream of the most adventurous type of person.

Steve Sebastian

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