A new model of high-quality Panerai watch PAM0032 was presented at SIHH 2011. Panerai Luminor Submersible 1950 3 Days Automatic is a good approach to the original piece. 60 years ago, the company has created a Panerai watch for a fleet of Egypt. This model is an improvement on those unique hours. With the aid of new technologies the case is crafted from bronze, a metal which has been associated with the sea since ancient times. To achieve the very performance you need there are an alloy of copper and tin which creates its uniqueness and particularity.
Official Panerai used bronze for the case of the new Luminor Submersible. Bronze is strong and very resistant to corrosion by salt sea water and other contingencies due to the alloy of copper and pure tin. The material provides a supreme level of strength and as it ages, the pink gold shade obtains an aged appearance through the patina that covers it. The patina is the reaction of the bronze to outward factors such as heat and water, humidity and air, salt and dust. Although it does not change the properties of the material, it is a mark of its ageing.
Undoubtedly if the owner wishes the case can be buffing to get back the original shining. Panerai Luminor Submersible 3 Days Automatic has the 47mm brushed bronze case which is water-resistant to 300 meters deep and its unidirectional rotating bezel has a ratchet click and graduated scale for calculating the immersion time. The sapphire back is attached to the case by a ring of titanium – a metal which is known for its non-allergenic qualities.
A limited edition of 1000 pieces of Panerai Luminor Submersible 1950 3 Days Automatic will be launched in August. The approximate price will be 7300 euros per unit.
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