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Panerai Luminor 1950 3 Days Titanio DLC

By Redactie, Thursday 1 october 2015

Panerai Luminor 1950 3 Days Titanio DLC

Italian luxury watchmaker Panerai debuts the 1950 3 Days Titanio DLC today as an homage to a wealth of historical influences, including the brand’s Florentine roots, and the commando divers of the Italian Navy for whom Panerai’s early watches were created for.

The timepiece features a 47mm case made of titanium coated with DLC (diamond-like carbon), rendering the material light, strong and hypoallergenic. Protected by a rounded crystal, the watch sports a distinctive California dial with a mixture of Roman and Arabic numerals, inspired by the first-ever Panerai watch, the Radiomir of 1936.

Meanwhile, the Luminor 1950 is powered by a hand-wound P.3000 caliber movement with a three-day power reserve, while a distinctive lever device protecting the crown and a brown leather strap with contrast stitching finish off the sober design. Limited to 300 pieces only, find more details about this watch online here.

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