Two elegant models with a body made of the new Panerai alloy.
Combining elegance, historical roots and Italian design, the watches from the Luminor Due collection were released in 2016. The new version of the ultra-thin Panerai model is made entirely of Goldtech™ material – an 18-carat gold alloy, which is distinguished by a high percentage of copper content and the presence of platinum. Copper in the alloy is responsible for the intensity and depth of color, and platinum softens the effect of tarnishing due to oxidation of the metal.
The bold elegance of the watch is emphasized by the design of the dial. The latter is available in black with a satin-brushed surface and a traditional sandwich design (PAM01041) or in white with printed Arabic numerals treated with a fluorescent coating (PAM01042).
The 42 x 10.5 mm case incorporates a self-winding movement with a 3-day power reserve, fully designed and manufactured at the Panerai Manufacture in Neuchâtel. Visible through the transparent caseback, the 4.2 mm thick P.900 is perfectly adapted to the small size of the watch. To date, this is one of the thinnest automatic mechanisms of Panerai.
Wearing the watch is offered on an alligator leather strap, which is equipped with a quick change system. The goldtech™ clasp strap is in black with tone stitching (PAM01041) or dark brown with beige stitching (PAM01042). The estimated cost of the model is € 19,900.