Panerai is known as a relatively young company in comparison to many of its competitors. But despite of that the company has recently crossed another bridge in the brand promotion by creating its new Panerai Lo Scienziato Radiomir Tourbillon.
The new Panerai watch Lo Scienziato Radiomir Tourbillon differs greatly from the previous editions. The main difference is in the watch refined skeleton structure, clearly visible from the dial. Usually skeleton watches display just hours and minute, but Lo Scienziato also displays small seconds, a second time zone, 24th indicator, power reserve indicator and tourbillon. And all this without seeming too sophisticated. By the way, “lo scienziato” means “the scientist” in Italian.
Arabic numerals on the dial as well as hour markers and the second time zone, indicated by a third central hand, are all luminescent. This brings sub-comfort to the wearer.
The case is made of an exceptionally hard, corrosion- resistant material – zirconium oxide ceramic. The back-plate is made from a ring of titanium, also sturdy material for every day wearing.
Some words about the Panerai watch movement. Panerai Lo Scienziato Radiomir Tourbillon movement is the result of excellent work by the maestro watch-makers at Officine Panerai. Thanks to its three spring barrels the watch’s hand-wound mechanical movement Panerai P.2005/S calibre has six day power reserve.
In another words, I love Panerai Lo Scienziato Radiomir Tourbillon watch model as I like all skeletonized watches. Moreover the Panerai model is both technically impressive, fashionable and still elegant. I am sure one would be immediately focused, being spotted to wear such a watch.
Panerai Lo Scienziato Radiomir Tourbillon features:
Unfortunately, the Radiomir Tourbillon will be produced in only 30 units. So be the first to have it!
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