Officine Panerai – Radiomir 1940 3 Days Ceramica PAM00577
Combining components taken from noteworthy watches of the brand with an advanced and superior dark ceramic case, the new Radiomir 1940 3 Days Ceramica from Officine Panerai has a solid visual effect.
The Radiomir 1940 case has a measurement of 48 mm with a matte completing which pleasantly blends with the dark dial. Dab and bar hour markers add to the moderate plan of the watch. The run of the mill sandwich design of the dial is made by superimposing two plates with ecru-conditioned Super-LumiNova for amazing readability.
Over the 6 o’clock marker, the picture in help of the Siluro a Lenta Corsa (a sluggish running human torpedo which the Italian administrators nicknamed “maiale”, the Italian for “pig”), reminds the wearer that the plan of the dial traces all the way back to the furthest limit of the 1930s when Panerai provided its watches to the commandos of the Italian Navy.
The case back is made of titanium for its non-allergenic properties and it has a DLC (precious stone like carbon) covering coordinating the shade of the fired case. The assembling P.3000 hand-wound development is shown through a huge sapphire precious stone window.
With a development like that of a three-quarter plate development, the P.3000 is outfitted with two spring barrels ensuring a force save of three days. The huge equilibrium wheel (13.2 mm) sways at a recurrence of 3 Hz (21,600 vibrations each hour).
The P.3000 development additionally includes a gadget for quickly changing the time, which empowers the hour hand to move in bounces of one hour forward or in reverse, without meddling with the development of the moment hand or the running of the watch.
The new Panerai Radiomir 1940 3 Days Ceramica (PAM00577) is water-impervious to 10 bar (a profundity of around 100 meters) and it is provided with a tie of earthy colored untreated cowhide, with differentiating hand-sewing, and shut by a trapezoidal clasp made of dark DLC-covered titanium. The cost is Euro 10,300/US$ 11,200. panerai.com