Officine Panerai – Radiomir 1940 3 Days Automatic
Introduced during the Watches&Wonders 2014 show (Hong Kong, September 30 – October 2 2014), the Radiomir 1940 model by Officine Panerai is coordinated interestingly to a programmed development, the new P.4000 type which is additionally the principal programmed development with an off kilter miniature rotor completely created and made in the production at Neuchâtel.
Simply 3.95 mm thick, this development has been created to coordinate impeccably with the extents of the Radiomir 1940 case. The outcome is the Radiomir 1940 3 Days Automatic, the new Officine Panerai watch which is accessible in steel (PAM000572) or in red gold (PAM000573).
The arrangements of the topsy turvy miniature rotor empowers the development – and accordingly the actual watch – to be a lot more slender.
In the model with a steel case, the swaying weight is made of tungsten, a gleaming and high thickness metal. In the red gold model, the rotor is made of 22 carat red gold with an exquisite beautification. The new development is noticeable through the sapphire gem case back.
Close to the wavering weight is the equilibrium wheel, which sways at a recurrence of 4 Hz or 28,800 vibrations each hour, and an enormous extension hiding a significant part of the component, making the construction of the development extraordinarily steady.
Thanks to two spring barrels associated in arrangement, the P.4000 type has a force save of at any rate three days, and it is likewise fitted with the gadget which stops the equilibrium wheel by hauling the twisting crown out. This is valuable for synchronizing the watch exactly.
The 1940 cleaned case is 45 mm in breadth and is made of AISI 316L tempered steel, or of 5Npt red gold, an amalgam which has a higher extent of copper than expected and a modest quantity of platinum which assists with diminishing any oxidation of the metal.
The exemplary dial offers incredible clarity and is developed by superimposing two plates with brilliant substance between them. At 9 clock the commonplace Panerai little seconds sub-dial.
The Radiomir 1940 3 Days Automatic is water-impervious to ten bar (around 100 meters) in the steel rendition and five bar (around 50 meters) in the red gold form.