Introducing the Panerai Luminor 1950 3 Days Titanio DLC PAM00617 and PAM00629 (specs & price)

When it comes to Panerai watches, there are a couple of particular highlights that may make the energy of Paneristi (Panerai authorities): a famous dial is an initial one. A restricted version is something alluring as well. For Watches & Wonders 2015, the two characteristics are brought together in 2 new watches, with a restricted creation of 300 pieces each. Here are the Panerai Luminor 1950 3 Days Titanio DLC PAM00617 and PAM00629, with their DLC covered titanium case, ...

Introducing the Panerai Luminor 1950 3 Days Titanio DLC PAM00617 and PAM00629 (specs & price)

When it comes to Panerai watches, there are a couple of particular highlights that may make the energy of Paneristi (Panerai authorities): a famous dial is an initial one. A restricted version is something alluring as well. For Watches & Wonders 2015, the two characteristics are brought together in 2 new watches, with a restricted creation of 300 pieces each. Here are the Panerai Luminor 1950 3 Days Titanio DLC PAM00617 and PAM00629, with their DLC covered titanium case, sublime and notable dials and a cool generally look.

Both watches, ref. PAM00617 and PAM00629, depend on a similar case and plan. They are just separated by their dials (and a minor change on the development). These new restricted versions are utilizing the Luminor 1950 case, which means the vintage roused shape that alludes to the absolute first watches made by the Officine to include the licensed crown security gadget. There’s simply a slight distinction between the normal Luminor case and the 1950 one – the last is 100% devoted to the military watches from the 1950s while the normal Luminor is marginally upgraded with more current bends. Regardless of whether based on the vintage shape, these two Panerai Luminor 1950 3 Days Titanio DLC utilize current methods, as the 47mm case is made of lightweight and safe titanium, with a much more specialized dark DLC covering. Both element a domed sapphire precious stone, suggestive of the Plexiglas gems utilized in vintage editions.

The initial one, the Panerai Luminor 1950 3 Days Titanio DLC ref. PAM00629, highlights the amazing California dial (with Roman numeral on the upper portion of the dial, Arabic numerals on the base half, twirly doos for the quarters and a triangle at 12). This sort of dial is presently notable for Panerai and discovers it establishes in antique military looks (as brought into the world in 1936 on the Panerai Radiomir). The hands are made of gold (just hours and minutes are shown – no subsequent pointer) and the records are painted on the dial (that doesn’t come with the sandwich construction).

The other version, the Panerai Luminor 1950 3 Days Titanio DLC PAM00617, comes with a more old style dial, with a two-layer development (purported sandwich development), with a dark plate on the top with openings for the numerals and the lists, and a second plate underneath that is covered with Super-Lunimova. This version sports the OP logo at 6, comes with old style dark hands (with brilliant paint) and highlights a little second pointer at 9 (which is little and afterward doesn’t step on the 9 index).

Both releases of the Panerai Luminor 1950 3 Days Titanio DLC include the Caliber P.3000, an in-house, physically twisted development, with a 3-day power save. It includes a fast hour change, as the hour hand can be pushed both ahead and in reverse in one hour increases, all together not to upset the accuracy of the watch. Both are highlighting a matured earthy colored cowhide lash with ecru sewing. The Panerai Luminor 1950 3 Days Titanio DLC PAM00617 and PAM00629 are restricted to 300 pieces each, and priced at 11,400 Euros. Panerai.com .