Introducing: Three New Radiomirs From Panerai

Introducing: Three New Radiomirs From Panerai

Panerai is refreshing their Radiomir and Radiomir 1940 assortments with three new watches showcasing some new materials matched with the now recognizable in-house types. Interestingly, the Radiomir assortment will now have Panerai’s P.5000, eight-day power save development, and the Radiomir 1940 3 Days Automatic that we acquainted with you a year ago has been given a titanium case. The new watches address an extension of Panerai’s Neuchâtel-fabricated assembling developments. We should investigate each of the new watches.

The Radiomir 1940 3 Days Automatic Titanio (PAM00619)

The new 3 Days Automatic now comes in a titanium case, however it is anything but a uniform application. The 45 mm case highlights two unique kinds of titanium: the band of the case is grade 2 titanium, while the bezel and crown are grade 5. The combination saves money on weight and offers a higher difference brushed completing between the two. The new case joins the current steel and red gold models as of now available.

Inside the 3 Days Automatic is Panerai’s P.4000 type, which was the brand’s initial invasion into miniature rotors when it was presented a year ago. Panerai considers it a “decentralized rotor” and it helps in holding the development’s tallness in check. As the name recommends, the development offers three days of power hold, however since it’s an automatic, keeping the watch ticking along shouldn’t be much of a hassle. 

The Radiomir 1940 3 Days Automatic Titanio is evaluated at $10,700

The Radiomir Black Seal 8 Days (PAM00609), And 8 Days Acciaio (PAM00610)

The two new Radiomir 8 Days Acciaio watches carry Panerai’s P.5000 type to the Radiomir family interestingly. The P.5000 was presented back in 2013 , and has since lived solely in the Luminor line of watches. It’s a hand-wound development that gives an entire eight days (192 hours) of hold and Panerai’s trademark straightforward plan and adornment noticeable through the back.

The Black Seal 8 Days is named as such at 12 o’clock on the dial, and further varies from the standard model with a sub dial at 9 o’clock to show the seconds. The “Dark Seal” name praises the men in the Italian Royal Navy’s “Gamma Group,” which worked during the 1930s with the guide of Panerai instruments.

Both the Black Seal and the standard 8 Days are offered in 45 mm steel cases. Each element a lumed sandwich dial and trademark huge Arabic numerals at their corners.

The Radiomir Black Seal 8 Days (PAM00609) is valued at $6,400, and the 8 Days Acciaio (PAM00610) is estimated at $6,800. For more information on Panerai’s Radiomir group of watches, head over to their website .