Panerai Permanent Special Product Of The Italian Navy

One brand that I have to mention when it comes to waterproof and luminous functions is Panerai, which can also serve you in rainstorm diving at all times. Panerai’s watch products are mainly divided into two major series, Radiomir and Luminor. Both names are based on lighting technology. As early as the early 1950s, Panerai launched the Panerai Luminor model, which complemented the shortcomings of Radiomir Panerai. In terms of water resistance, Panerai uses a special lever device that allows the winding faucet to be close to the case, which can greatly reduce water vapor penetration into the watch. The shell has been registered as a patented trademark; the fluorescent function is also replaced by thorium to provide radium paint. Once Panerai watches have been exclusively owned by the Italian Navy, but now you can too. Panerai Luminor Marina 1950 3 Days Automatic Composite is now listed on the official website of Panerai, three patents are proud of, the first one is the British patent GB191512270 corresponding to Radiomir luminous technology. Radiomir is one of Panerai’s most famous watches designed for underwater military operations. This year Panerai launched a new Radiomir 1940 watch. The size follows the classic 47 mm diameter, while also incorporating other elements from historical models; the refined, minimalist dial uses a sandwich sandwich structure, composed of two metal sheets, coated with a layer of Super-LumiNova. The upper sheet is hollowed out to form corresponding numbers and signs, which makes the dial have excellent reading performance and bright luminous effect.
The case of the Luminor Marina 1950 3 Days Automatic Composite – 44 mm watch and the bridge guard protecting the winding crown are made of brown Panerai Composite® and equipped with a Panerai P.9000 automatic winding machine core. Re-present the brand’s unique performance and style. Luminor Marina 1950 3 Days Automatic Composite-44 mm, PAM00386, Panerai Composite case in brown Panerai, 44 mm in diameter, hours, minutes, small seconds, date, smoky grey translucent sapphire crystal, waterproof 300 m, engraved Leather strap with PANERAI logo and large Panerai Composite® buckle. Includes a stainless steel screwdriver and a spare strap. The material first used by Panerai for high-end watches is an artificial ceramic produced by the electrochemical process of aluminum ceramic. Its characteristics are lighter than ceramics, but harder and more durable than steel. The surface effect is like frosting, which is extremely different in appearance.