Radiomir 3 Days GMT Oro Rosso - 47mm
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RADIOMIR THE FIRST WATCH CREATED BY PANERAI.
The Radiomir is the first watch designed by Officine Panerai as a prototype in 1936 at the request of the Royal Italian Navy, which wanted to be supplied with “a special luminous watch for divers”
Hand-wound mechanical movement, P.3001/10 calibre, executed entirely by Panerai, 16½ lignes, 6.3 mm thick, 21 jewels, Glucydur® balance, 21,600 alternations/hour. Incabloc® anti-shock device. Power reserve 3 days, two barrels. 207 components.
Hours, Minutes, Small Seconds, date, GMT, power reserve indicator on the back
Diameter 47 mm, polished Goldtech™ with removable wire loop strap attachments (patented).
See - through sapphire crystal
Blue with luminous Arabic numerals and hour markers. Date at 3 o'clock, seconds at 9 o'clock.
"5 bar (~50 metres)"
Alligator Dark blue, Tone on tone Stitching, 27/20.0 Standard size
"THE RADIOMIR, ONE OF THE ICONS OF INTERNATIONAL HAUTE HORLOGERIE."
"RADIOMIR MODELS represents a tribute to the history of Panerai and to the watch which has constituted a milestone in the history of professional diver’s watchmaking. The characteristics of modern Radiomir watches are descended from the prototype created in 1936 to equip the commandos of the Royal Italian Navy: The cushion case, the slender wire strap attachments, the conical crown and the simple dial reduced to essentials to increase legibility even in conditions of poor light. "
The gold used by Panerai is a special alloy, different from standard gold. Panerai goldtech has a percentage of copper giving the material an intense red hue that is particularly elegant and sophisticated. Platinum is another fundamental element of the Panerai gold alloy, as it helps to prevent the metal from oxidising.