Panerai Radiomir 1940 3 Days Oro Rosso - 47mm

# PAM00515

Panerai Radiomir 1940 3 Days Oro Rosso - 47mm

# PAM00515

The Historic Fascination Of The Radiomir 1940 Case Is Making Its Debut In The Historic Collection Of Officine Panerai With The New Radiomir 1940 3 Days In Red Gold, Fitted With The P.3000 Calibre, A Hand-Wound Mechanical Movement With A Power Reserve Of Three Days. In The Radiomir 1940 3 Days Oro Rosso The Essential Forms Of The Panerai Design Have Been Integrated With The Technical Solutions For An Haute Horlogerie Sports Watch, Which Have Influenced The Materials Chosen And The Construction Of Every Detail. The Dial, With The Small Seconds Hand At Nine O’Clock And The Date Window At Three O’Clock, Has The Sandwich Structure Of Two Superimposed Plates With The Luminous Material Between Them, The Light Of Which Emerges Through The Holes In The Upper Plate Corresponding To The Hour Markers. This Type Of Dial Construction Was Designed By Panerai In The Late 1930S To Provide Greater Brightness And Legibility. The Colour Of The Dial Is Brown. The Case Is Made Of 5Npt Red Gold, An Alloy With A High Percentage Of Copper, Which Gives The Colour Greater Intensity, And A Proportion Of Platinum, Which Helps To Exclude Oxidation. The Case And Bezel Have A Polished Finish. On The Back Is A Large Sapphire Crystal Window Through Which The P.3000 Movement, Entirely Developed And Produced In The Officine Panerai Manufacture In Neuchâtel, Can Be Admired. The Radiomir 1940 3 Days Oro Rosso Is Supplied With A Brown Leather Strap.

Product Details

Name Radiomir 1940 3 Days Oro Rosso - 47mm
Stock Number PAM00515
Department Timepieces
Type Watch
Collection Radiomir 1940
Material Rose Gold

The Brand

Radcliffe Jewelers Panerai
Panerai

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.