As the watch industry is becoming increasingly fascinated with new and exotic materials such as carbon fiber, forged carbon, meteorite, and ceramic, Panerai has also jumped on the bandwagon – the booth exhibits the process of making a ceramic case, and the various steps and half-finished cases along the way.
This year Panerai came out with the new line that features the new shape – the Radiomir 1940, which pays homage to a period when the case evolved from the wire-lugs of the Radiomir to offer more support, but the crown did not yet have the crown-guard seen on the Luminor cases. You can think of it as a transition from Radiomir to Luminor.
Pam 00399 Radiomir 1940 in 47mm – Special edition
Pam 398 – the red gold (oro rosso) version of Radiomir 1940.
PAM 00448 : RADIOMIR CALIFORNIA 3 DAYS ñ 47MM (Special Edition LE to 500 pcs)
PAM 00449 : RADIOMIR S.L.C. 3 DAYS ñ 47MM (Special Edition LE to 500 pcs) †
PAM 00441 : LUMINOR 1950 3 DAYS GMT AUTOMATIC CERAMICA ñ 44MM
PAM 00396 : LUMINOR 1950 TOURBILLON GMT CERAMICA ñ 48MM
PAM 00395 : RADIOMIR 8 DAYS GMT ORO ROSSO ñ 45MM
PAM 00438 : LUMINOR 1950 3 DAYS GMT AUTOMATIC CERAMICA ñ 44MM TUTTONERO (full ceramic case and bracelet)
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