SIHH 2015: Officine Panerai – Luminor Submersible 1950 Flyback PAM614 and PAM615
Among the SIHH 2015 oddities, Officine Panerai presented two new Submersible models who share a similar Luminor 1950 case in brushed titanium and a programmed chronograph development with flyback work.
The unmistakable component of the Luminor Submersible 1950 3 Days Chrono Flyback Automatic Titanio is the unidirectional turning bezel for computing the hour of drenching, accessible in titanium (PAM00614) or in titanium with a matt dark ceramic plate applied to it (PAM00615).
Proficient submerged models that are water-impervious to a pressing factor of 30 bar (a profundity of around 300 meters), the new models have a huge 47 mm case coordinated to a dark elastic lash, delicate and strong, customized with the OP logo in Panerai blue.
Otherwise called the “retour en vol”, the flyback work empowers the chronograph hand that is now moving to be focused and immediately restarted by a solitary pressing factor, without it being fundamental first to stop the hand and afterward to restore it to nothing. In the Luminor Submersible 1950 the press button which controls the halting and beginning of the chronograph is at ten o’clock, while the press button at eight o’clock works the flyback capacity and zeros the chronograph hand after it has been halted.
The chronograph minutes and seconds hands are both situated halfway on the focal dial and recognized from one another by being various tones: the seconds hand is blue while the moment hand is rhodium plated. The shadings picked for the hands improve the moderate plan of the dark dial, with its spot molded hour markers and basic figures, and the little ceaseless seconds counter at nine o’clock.
The two models have various components at three o’clock: the model with the titanium bezel has the date window in this position while the model with fired bezel has the chronograph hour counter there.
The development of decision is the P.9100 type, the primary programmed chronograph type created and made in the Panerai fabricate in Neuchâtel. Its quality is very much portrayed by a portion of its highlights: the vertical grip, the section wheel, the two spring barrels associated in arrangement which ensure a force save of three days, the wavering weight which winds the spring barrels as it moves in the two ways, and the variable dormancy balance which sways at 28,800 vibrations each hour.
To guarantee the best exactness while changing the watch, the component has the gadget for halting the equilibrium haggle framework which empowers the hour hand to be moved in reverse or advances in hops of definitely 60 minutes, without intruding on the development of the moment hand.
The two renditions of the Luminor Submersible 1950 3 Days Chrono Flyback Automatic Titanio 47mm are provided with an extra tie, a screwdriver and the extraordinary device for changing the tie. Retail costs are Euro 14,200 for the PAM00614 and Euro 15.700 for the PAM00615. panerai.com
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