LO SCIENZIATO - Radiomir Tourbillon GMT Ceramica - 48mm
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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”
Skeleton hand-wound mechanical, Panerai P.2005/S calibre, executed entirely by Panerai, 16¼ lignes, 10.05 mm thick, 31 jewels, Glucydur® balance, 28,800 alternations/hour. KIF Parechoc® anti-shock device. Power reserve 6 days, three barrels. 277 components.
Hours, Minutes, Small Seconds, GMT, Power Reserve Indicator on the back, 24h indicator, Tourbillon
Diameter 48 mm, Ceramic with removable wire loop strap attachments (patented) in steel with special hard black coating.
Matt black Ceramic
See - through sapphire crystal
"10 bar (~100 metres)"
Scamosciato Dark brown, Beige Stitching, 27/20.0 Standard size
"The ceramic used in Radiomir cases is a high-tech zirconium oxide powder (ZrO2) containing 3% binder and colouring pigments. This high-tech ceramic has many advantages, such as extreme hardness and long-term resistance against wear and corrosion."
"The P.2005/S skeleton hand-wound mechanical movement with a diameter of 16¼ lignes and 31 jewels, is characterised by the exclusive Panerai tourbillon that rotates perpendicularly to the axis of the balance, completing two rotations a minute instead of one, as in traditional tourbillons. This rate of rotation ensures greater accuracy and better compensation of the effects of gravity on the movement (this tourbillon is an Officine Panerai registered patent). To enhance the beauty of the Panerai skeleton movement, the watch has no dial: the numerals and indexes are engraved on the flange."Discover calibre