Movement : Automatic Panerai Cal. P.9010
Age : 2011/2020
Specific Age : June 2018
Case Size : 42mm
Case Thickness : 12.5mm
Lug to Lug : 51mm
Lugs : 22mm
Condition : Pre-Owned
Box & Papers : Box & Papers
Case Material : Stainless Steel
Warranty : 12-Months Warranty
The wrist model's wrist size is 7inch
Points of Mention
This watch is sold with its original Panerai box and Panerai paperwork. The watch comes paired with a thick 22mm black Panerai rubber strap with a signed brushed buckle. The watch is from June 2018 and is sold in worn condition, but overall very fair condition as you can see, a full case and clasp refurb can be provided at an additional cost on request. The watch comes with our 12-Months Warranty.
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Here we have a 2018 Panerai Luminor Marina 1950 3 Days Automatic PAM01392, a modern slimmer and smaller take on the Luminor watches of the 1950s. The distinctive 42mm brushed cushion case curves at the drilled lugs, and a lug-to-lug length of 51mm and a thickness of 12.5mm give the watch an impressive wrist presence. On the right side, a screw-down crown with the large crescent crown guard, a Panerai trademark, ensures that the crown is pushed against the case. A polished bezel holds a domed sapphire crystal above a black sandwich dial, the upper level has cut-out numerals and batons with the Luminor luminescence coming through from the lower level. At 3 o’clock a date window, at 9 o’clock a small second register with a blue hand, and long sword hands have luminescence infill. At 12 o’clock we have the Luminor Marina and at 6 o’clock Panerai Automatic completes this contemporary dive watch. On the reverse, a screw-down exhibition case back with sapphire crystal, inside an automatic Panerai Cal. P. 9010, 31 jewels, beating 28,800 beats per hour, the movement has two spring barrels necessary for the 3-day power reserve and a bidirectional skeletonised rotor for excellent efficiency. It has a quick set hour mechanism, that allows you to set the date and hour without stopping the movement very useful when travelling. The watch comes paired with a thick 22mm black Panerai rubber strap with a signed brushed buckle and comes with its Panerai presentation box, bezel protector and papers.
This PAM01392 is incredible on the wrist, at 42mm it is the perfect size Luminor for me, demanding the wrist presence without overhanging or being uncomfortable. Add to that the automatic Panerai Cal. P.9010 with its 3-days of power reserve, the iconic sandwich dial and a thick black rubber strap, it is modern Panerai through and through! The saving on RRP for this one is incredible, don't hesitate to take it whilst you can.
In 1860 Giovanni Panerai opened his watchmaker's shop in Florence, it wasn't only a shop and workshop but also served as the city's first watchmaking school, Officine Panerai's was born. The shop later moved to its current location in the Palazzo Arcivescovile in Piazza San Giovanni, Italy, changing its name to "Orologeria Svizzera" at the beginning of the twentieth century. In 1916 Stemming from Marie and Pierre Curie’s 1898 discovery, to meet the military needs of the Royal Italian Navy, Officine Panerai created Radiomir, a radium-based powder that gives luminosity to the dials of sighting instruments. Reference to the name "Radiomir" is documented in the patent filed in France on 23 March 1916. The substance's properties are perfect for military applications with high visibility and the paint's excellent underwater adhesive qualities. In 1936 Panerai created the first prototypes of the model now known as "Radiomir" for the frogman commandos of the First Submarine Group Command of the Royal Italian Navy. The Navy's historical archives record that just ten prototypes were produced in 1936. It was during this time that a very unusual relationship between Rolex and Panerai was forged with the production of the Ref: 2533. The design comes from a 47mm Rolex Oyster pocket watch. That was turned on its side so that the crown would be now located at 3 o’clock. In 1949 Panerai introduced a new luminescence substance called Luminor that was not only safer than radium-based Radiomir but also much more luminous. In 1955 Panerai launched the Luminor, a watch created for the Royal Italian Navy with its characteristic crown guard designed in the 1950s, invented by brother and sister Giuseppe and Maria Giuseppe Panerai. It wasn’t until 1993 that Panerai finally released the Luminor and Luminor Marina to the public. Today Officine Panerai is a wholly-owned subsidiary of the Richemont S.A Group that includes Cartier, IWC, Montblanc, and Vacheron Constantin.