Panerai Radiomir Composite Black Seal 3 Days Automatic - 45mm
Officine Panerai Presented Panerai Composite, A Synthetic Ceramic That Is The Result Of An Electrochemical Ceramization Process Of Aluminium At The 2010 Salon International De La Haute Horlogerie In Geneva. Very Resistant And Light, This Material Combines Highly Technical Characteristics With The Sporty Elegance Of Panerai Watches. The Radiomir Composite Black Seal 3 Days Automatic – 45 Mm Has A Radiomir Case Made Of Panerai Composite And A Dial With Date Display At 3 O’Clock. Another Feature Of This Watch Is The Name ‘Black Seal’ Printed Onto The Dial, A Fascinating Reminder Of The History Of The Florentine Brand. Black Seal Was, In Fact, One Of The Names Used To Describe The Slow-Speed Torpedoes Used By The Commandos Of The Italian Navy In Their Underwater Missions. Visible Through The Burnished Sapphire Crystal, The Movement Of The Radiomir Composite Black Seal 3 Days Automatic Is The P.9000, With A Power Reserve Of 72 Hours Achieved By Means Of Two Spring Barrels Powered By An Oscillating Weight That Winds In Both Directions. With A Diameter Of 13¾ Lignes And A Balance That Oscillates At A Frequency Of 4 Hz, The P.9000 Calibre Is Also Fitted With A Stop-Seconds Device Enabling The Time To Be Synchronized With A Reference Time Signal.
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Founded in Florence in 1860 as a workshop, shop and school of watch-making for many decades Panerai supplied the Italian Navy specialist diving corps with precision instruments. Originally created to be used deep underwater, Panerai watches are known for their unparalleled legibility and luminosity in the dark. In 1977, the brand was acquired by the Richemont Group and launched on the international market. Today Panerai develops and crafts its movements and watches at its Neuchatel manufacture, combining Italian design flair and history with Swiss horological expertise.