Showing Fine Watchmaking Skills 2015 Sihh Panerai New Products Summary

Today is the first day of the opening ceremony of the 25th Geneva Haute Horlogerie. All major brands have revealed their new products, showing all watch lovers the exquisite watchmaking skills and outstanding production technology. As an outstanding watch brand with Italian descent, Panerai has won the love of watch lovers with its unique charm. At 2015 SIHH, which has just begun, Panerai has released a number of timepieces. To sum up for everyone, the most noteworthy are the innovative materials of Panerai’s carving art and carbon fiber composite materials.
Panerai Radiomir PAM00604

   The carving technique is always a test of refined craftsmanship. The PAM00604 watch launched by Panerai this time shows us the brand’s outstanding craftsmanship with unique craftsmanship. The watch case is made of stainless steel, and the shape continues the classic design of the Radiomir series. Unlike other models, the watch’s case features a unique decoration engraved by Italian master craftsmen, which is very eye-catching .

   The design of this watch draws inspiration from recurring patterns in Florence illustrations, such as the Florence lily, which is a symbol of Tuscany’s most important city since the 11th century. The 47mm frosted steel case is exactly the same size as the first watch created by Panerai in 1936. It takes more than a week for an engraver to finish the decoration. Because the case is made of hard AISI 316L stainless steel, the demanding decoration process can be imagined. The watch is equipped with a manual winding mechanical movement model P.3000, completely developed by Panerai. The movement vibrates 21,600 times per hour, which can provide the watch with a 3-day power reserve.
For more details please click: 1940 series PAM00516 watch

   The Panerai PAM00516 watch continues the classic look of the Panerai Radiomir 1940 series. It is made of stainless steel. The black sandwich dial holds multiple functions. The small seconds at 9 o’clock and the date and time at 3 o’clock. The month display, with a linear indicator at 6 o’clock, is named ‘Time Equation’. The difference between the normal time indicated by the watch and the real time indicated by the solar meridian is the ‘equation of time’. This difference is caused by the interaction of the inclination of the earth and its elliptical orbit. The linear time equation indicator used in this watch shows this time difference, and it is automatically set when setting the date and month of the watch.

   The watch is equipped with a P.2002 / E manual-winding mechanical movement, completely developed by Panerai. The movement is designed using 13¾ method, is 8.30 mm thick, has 31 gems, and consists of 328 parts. 28,800 vibrations per hour, with KIF PARECHOC® anti-vibration device, can provide 8 days of power reserve for the watch.
For more details please click: 1950 series PAM00614 watch

   The Luminor 1950 professional diving 3-day power reserve flyback chronograph automatic titanium watch combines the characteristics common to its military origins. Its appearance is very modern and exudes strong sports temperament, distinctive personality and the purest Paner Sea traits. This new Luminor 1950 professional diving watch uses a large Luminor 1950 case with a diameter of 47 mm. It is a professional diving watch with a water resistance of 30 bar (about 300 meters underwater). The iconic design of the case incorporates a unidirectional rotating bezel, which is made entirely of matte titanium for calculating the dive time.

For more details please click: 1950 series PAM00615 watch

   Panerai Luminor 1950 Series 47mm Professional Dive 3-Day Power Reserve Flyback Chronograph Watch is made of titanium. The watch combines the characteristics common to its military origins again. Its appearance is very modern and exudes richness. Athletic temperament, distinctive personality and the purest Panerai character.

   The watch has a 47 mm diameter case design and is a professional diving watch with a water resistance of 30 bar (about 300 meters underwater). The iconic design of the case incorporates a special unidirectional rotating titanium bezel, which is covered with a matte black ceramic disc decorated with titanium linear logos and dots. Inside is equipped with a P.9100 self-winding mechanical movement, completely developed by Panerai. The movement is designed using 13¾ method, is 8.15 mm thick, has 37 stones, and consists of 302 parts. It vibrates 28,800 times per hour Equipped with two barrels, with Glucydur® balance, Incabloc® anti-vibration device, it can provide a 3-day power reserve for the watch.
For more details please click: 1950 series PAM00616 watch

   This Luminor 1950 professional diving 3-day power reserve automatic watch contains a new and extraordinary technological innovation. Its case is made of carbotech material, which is a composite material based on carbon fiber. It has never been used for manufacturing before. In the field of watches, despite the use of advanced material technology, the design of every detail of the watch is faithfully taken from the history of the brand.

   The Luminor 1950 series PAM00616 watch has a diameter of 47 mm. It was developed by Panerai in the late 1940s and was worn by the Italian navy commandos. This model incorporates a rotating bezel decorated with small studs. A watch created by Panerai for the Egyptian Navy in 1956. The bezel can only be rotated counterclockwise to calculate the dive time: This is a very useful feature for a professional diving instrument. The watch has been tested and has a water resistance of up to 30 bar (about 300 meters). The watch is equipped with a P.9000 self-winding mechanical movement, completely developed by Panerai. The movement vibrates 28,800 times per hour. It has two barrels and can provide the watch with a 3-day power reserve.
For more details please click: 1950 series PAM00603 watch

   In 1943, the Panerai family created a chronograph watch for the civilian officers of the Royal Italian Navy and named it ‘Mare Nostrum’ to pay tribute to the Mediterranean ‘Mare Nostrum’ (‘Our Sea’) because during the Second World War Italy The Royal Navy Fleet successfully completed the combat mission. In 1924, Guido Panerai used this name to name what may be the first chronograph in the history of Panerai, but all clues about this first model have long been lost. However, there are still a few trials of chronograph watches made in 1943, so the brand was able to build this new watch again and gave it excellent technical precision and similar aesthetic characteristics. This is Mare Nostrum Titanio Titanium watch, this very popular special edition issue only 150 pieces.

   The watch has a diameter of 52 millimeters. The oversized case is more tough and domineering. The case is made of matte titanium. Even if the size of the case is large, the weight is still light.

   The watch is equipped with a Panerai OP XXV manual-winding mechanical movement. The movement is designed with 12¾ method, 22 stones, Glucydur® balance wheel and Incabloc® anti-vibration device, which vibrates 18,000 times per hour. With a gooseneck trimmer, the bridge is decorated with Geneva ripples, and the movement provides a 55-hour power reserve for the watch.
For more details, please click: 1950 Series PAM00601 Limited Watch

   The simple case lines and dial design of the Panerai PAM00601 watch faithfully present the unique characteristics of Panerai. Made of stainless steel, the black sandwich dial accommodates multiple functions, a small second at 9 o’clock, a date and month display at 3 o’clock, and a linear indicator at 6 o’clock, named ‘Time, etc.’ formula’. The watch is equipped with a P.2002 / E manual-winding mechanical movement. The characteristic crown protection bridge continues to use the previous design, making the Luminor 1950 case waterproof to a depth of 10 bar (about 100 meters).

   The watch is equipped with a P.2002 / E manual-winding mechanical movement, completely developed by Panerai. The movement is designed using 13¾ method, is 8.30 mm thick, has 31 gems, and consists of 328 parts. 28,800 vibrations per hour, with KIF PARECHOC® anti-vibration device, can provide 8 days of power reserve for the watch.
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