Introducing: The New Panerai Luminor 'Due,' Watches Officially Debuted At The 'Dive Into Time' Exhibition In Florence (Live Pics, Pricing & Availability)

The first new model is the Luminor Due 3 Days Acciaio. This is the most slender Luminor model yet; the case is 42mm in width and about 10.5 mm thick, and will be offered in both steel (PAM00676) and in red gold, in an “Oro Rosso” rendition (PAM00677). Inside is a new development: the hand-wound caliber P1000, a 3.85 mm thick, 12-ligne development running at 28,800 vph, with a three-day power hold, which is openworked in the Oro Rosso model. 

Both forms will be offered on an alligator tie. Pricing: $10,700 in steel, $25,600 in red gold.

There is additionally a programmed adaptation of the Due, which, similar to the hand-wound model, comes in both a red gold and a steel model, though as you’ll see there’s a bigger distinction between the two here, than between the hand-wound models. The programmed rendition is the Luminor Due 3 Days Automatic, and it’s a bit larger, at 45 mm in width, and marginally thicker, at 10.7 mm, but it’s still very thin for a Luminor. Below is the steel model, PAM 000674, which houses Panerai’s miniature rotor caliber P.4000; this is a 13 3/4 ligne, 3.95 mm thick development. Like the hand-wound P1000, it includes a balance bridge securing the balance at two focuses, for better stun obstruction, just as a three-day power save and a recurrence of 28,000 vph.

The Oro Rosso form, PAM 00675, is indistinguishable in measurements, but as we referenced above, the development’s been elaborately openworked.

In steel, PAM 00674 is $10,700, and in gold, with the openworked caliber P4000/10, cost is set at $25,600.

All four pieces will be available on September sixteenth, according to Panerai .

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