Luminor Marina - 47mm
"LUMINOR MARINA. THE IMPORTANCE OF THE SMALL SECONDS."
The small seconds indicator at nine o’clock are an unmistakable element of many of Officine Panerai’s watches and in particular of the Luminor Marina.
Hand-wound mechanical, P.3001 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. 213 components.
Hours, minutes, small seconds, power reserve indicator on the back, seconds reset
diameter 47mm, AISI 316L polished steel
See - through sapphire crystal
Black with luminous Arabic numerals and hour markers. Seconds at 9 o’clock.
"10 bar (~100 metres)"
Beige 26/22.0 Standard
LUMINOR 1950. STRENGTH AND INNOVATION.
"The Luminor 1950 case represents another stage in the evolution of Panerai cases. The innovation is the crown-protecting device with lever which ensures water-resistance, protecting it from shocks and unintentional manipulation even under extreme conditions. Another principal characteristic of the Luminor 1950 was the cushion-shaped case and its wide, flat bezel. Today the crown-protecting device has clearly become the unmistakable, distinctive symbol of Officine Panerai. "
AISI 316L STAINLESS STEEL
"AISI 316L 1.4435 stainless steel is Officine Panerai’s material par excellence since it is highly resistant to corrosion and is hypoallergenic, making it ideal for contact with the skin. The Panerai watches created for the Italian Navy were made of austenitic stainless steel, a reliable material that was also resistant to the extreme environmental conditions in which the commandos operated."
Entirely designed, developed and produced at the Officine Panerai Manufacture in Neuchâtel, the hand-wound P.3001 calibre presents the main characteristics of the Panerai movements both in terms of structure and in terms of performance, robustness and accuracy. The thickness of the P.3001 calibre is 6.3 mm and the diameter is 16½ lignes, a substantial size which traces its origins from that of the movements which were fitted to the historic Panerai models. The calibre is immediately recognisable by its construction, which is similar to that of a three-quarter plate movement: a large bridge, next to another smaller one, covers the majority of the mechanical parts, and is fixed to the bottom plate by a series of screws of substantial thickness, thus forming a particularly rigid structure. The movement has 21 jewels and it uses two spring barrels connected in series. The P.3001 has the power reserve indicator visible on the case back and may feature the date or GMT functions. The number of components varies according to the functions displayed on the dial.Discover calibre
Panerai watches are produced to very high standards of quality. It is worth remembering that the mechanical parts run 24 hours a day when used, so the watch must undergo regular maintenance to ensure long life and good operation.