If one could further improve this opinion it would be to subtly display a reserve index on the back as Panerai have done together with the P.4001 motion. Regardless, it is still an extremely attractive motion and it is pleasing to see the detail rather than just having a good steel case back. Although a lot of the movement is hidden, the equilibrium stays in opinion with its elbows busily oscillating at 28,800 vph. The finishing throughout is of a high standard, as one would expect from Panerai, with the large satin brushed plate that provides excellent contrast to the cosmetic colimaçon beneath the rotor.With such an visually striking view, the strap option is crucial. Panerai has chosen top quality ‘Assolutamente’ calf leather, a stunning untreated leather using a suede-like texture. Each strap is exceptional and has pale beige stitching to match the profound spice brown leather tone. The timeless, almost classic, look of the band is completed using a simple, yet stunningly satin-finished ‘snare and buckle’ fastening.When initial detecting the world of watches, Panerai is a brand which at first sight offers such different design characteristics that one can’t help but feel admiration. Rich in diver’s watch legacy, the newest has surprisingly just been on sale to the public in the previous 20 years. In that time it has built a substantial and highly loyal fan base and, backed by the Richemont group, obtained its Neuchâtel established ‘Manufacture’ in 2002. Matching beautiful designs with motions of robust and refined quality can only enhance Panerai’s credibility and higher standing. The PAM00655 is concrete evidence of the and also a truly eye catching watch. The clarity and pureness is enriched from the china white face, which may arguably grace any occasion.
As the Radiomir evolved into the Luminor case, there was a transitional model in-between – the new Panerai Radiomir 1940 Marina Militare PAM587 is a remake of that very timepiece. Large and vintage-looking, the PAM00587 is essentially a Luminor 1950 PAM372 without the crown locking mechanism.
The Radiomir 1940 Marina Militare has a 47 mm steel case with a domed Plexiglas crystal and engraved lettering on the sandwich dial. Inside is the P.3000 hand-wind movement with a three day power reserve.
1000 of these will be made and each will be delivered with a spare Plexiglas crystal. The price will be US$10,100. And that is all you need to know.