Panerai’s new Luminor

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Panerai’s new Luminor

Post by docrwm on Wed 26 Jan 2011, 10:25 pm



www.worldwatchweb.com - With its automatic Panerai P.9000 movement, its Luminor 1950 case in Panerai Composite® and its strict adherence to the functional and aesthetic codes which make every Panerai watch unique, the Luminor Marina 1950 3 Days Automatic Composite – 44 mm is a classic example of Panerai’s tradition for innovation and quality.

The Luminor 1950 case and the bridge protecting the winding crown are executed in Panerai Composite®, the synthetic ceramic, used in haute horlogerie for the first time by Officine Panerai, which is created by an electro-chemical process involving the transformation of aluminium. Panerai Composite® is much lighter than ceramic but at the same time it is much harder and more resistant than steel, furthermore it is matt and extremely distinctive in appearance.


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Re: Panerai’s new Luminor

Post by porschefan on Wed 26 Jan 2011, 10:29 pm

Don't need to show the dial, since everyone knows it's black?
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