Three Days Acciaio of Replica Panerai radiomir
Two new special versions of Panerai radiomir 3 Days Acciaio – 47mm reiterate Panerai’s role as a military instruments supplier to the Italian Navy in the 1930s. They pay more attention to the bezel and dial appearance of the historic Panerai timekeeper, presented to the authorities of the Royal Italian Navy to evaluate new instruments for the underwater task.
These two new watches will be held on January 16 at the SIHH exhibition in Geneva. To direct respect for a vintage watch, one features a black dial, and the other shows a shadow brown dial. The twelve-sided bezel in brushed steel and smoothed, buffed angles, same carving, and lettering as the historic models is another notable detail to stress the design of the watch’s vintage. The radiomir cushion case and together with the screwed back forms the rear part of the case. It is also echoing the vintage design, these new pieces are made of three case parts, each can visible clearly when looking at the profiling case.
It carved the words “Officine Panerai-Brevettato” on each radiomir 3 Days Acciaio cases, which means the luminous substance used on the dials. Each piece has hand winding, and Replica Panerai 3000 mechanical movement can visible through a clear sapphire crystal. The dial has the following colors: black (PAM00685), vintage model color, or shaded brown (PAM00687). It is Panerai’s a completely new color, intended to evoke the radiomir (radium-based light-emitting material) flash effect on the original black dials. The new radiomir 3-day Acciaio models are all waterproof about 30 meters deep. The price is $9,800.
About Officine Panerai
Panerai replicas were founded in 1860 by the florentine watchmaker Giovanni Panerai, to express the passion, skilled and exclusive design value through its replica watches. Panerai has offered highly specialized measurement and precision instruments to the Italian Navy since the 19th century. Since then, Panerai has become a senior watchmaker and international brand in the 21st century, deep ties with the marine world and brand heritage.