Since 1930, Panerai adopted two-layer dial structure and put luminous materials in the middle to enemata lights through the skeleton hands. Such design makes the reading more brighter, particularly in a dark situation. The dial is placed beyond the sphere mineral glass, to magnify it and every small detail will be fully presented before you, including that Radiomir Panerai and 8 Days, words that are branded on.
Since 1993, Panerai launched three limited editions to public: Luminor, Luminor Marina and Mare Nostrum. Designers from Panerai were inspired by the military watches that were invented in the World War Two, and become cult items among collectors. After 1999, Panerai will launched several limited editions every year, and every one of them is classic of classic. Today, we have a Panerai Radiomir 1940 8Days Dual Time editions that was launched in 2013 W&W and the official number is PAM00503.
For Panerai, it does not have so much complication watches, and most of them are just for daily use, but that doesn’t mean that Panerai has no complication watches. It is only because it inherits history that it has less interest in building complication watches. This 150 limited edition watches are quite rare, as it has complication, precious case, and skeleton home-made movement.
Panerai Luminor 1950 3 Days Chrono Flyback Automatic has a original leather belt and an rubber strap as alternative choice. The buckle is made of titanium which is lighter than other metal, solid, and will cause no allergy. With the black coat on it, the whole watch looks more harmonious. In the water-resistance, Panerai Luminor 1950 3 Days Chrono Flyback Automatic has 3 barometers , which is waterproof to 100 meters. The new Panerai Luminor 1950 3 Days Chrono Flyback Automatic is equipped with a P.9100 automatic winding-up movement, and has a black ceramic case.