Introducing: Three Panerai Luminor 1950 PCYC Chronographs

Introducing: Three Panerai Luminor 1950 PCYC Chronographs

The Panerai Luminor 1950 PCYC Regatta 3 Days Chrono Flyback Automatic Titanio (PAM 652)

The Panerai Luminor 1950 PCYC Regatta 3 Days Chrono Flyback Automatic Titanio PAM 652.

First up is the PAM 652. While it additionally quantifies 47mm, is made of titanium, and is controlled by a similar chronograph development, it is a completely unique recommendation to the PAM 615 Jack tried in situ during the Corinthian Classic. Try not to confuse it in the photographs here with a rattrapante – it has central chronograph seconds and moment hands. There’s likewise a chronograph hour counter at three o’clock and a little seconds register at nine o’clock. Dissimilar to the PAM 615, it comes in a classically styled Luminor 1950 case with a cleaned bezel, and the 15-minute countdown is placed on the dial’s rehaut, somewhere in the range of nine and 12 o’clock. 

The button at four o’clock permits you to move the moment hand back in one-minute stretches to set the countdown clock quickly.

I’m sure you’re pondering, as I did when I initially saw this watch, how you quickly get the chronograph minute hand in situation toward the beginning the countdown. The appropriate response: by pressing the catch located at four o’clock, set into the crown monitor. Each press moves the hand back by one moment. It’s a significant clever execution truly, and the placement of the countdown in the final quarter of the dial takes into account the expansion a nautical tachymeter scale too.

The Panerai Luminor 1950 PCYC Regatta 3 Days Chrono Flyback Automatic Titanio (PAM 652) is priced at $17,200.

The Panerai Luminor 1950 PCYC 3 Days Chrono Flyback Automatic Acciaio (PAM 653 And PAM 654)

The PAM 653 highlights a black dial with radiant Arabic numerals.

Next, we have the PAM 653 and the PAM 654. Both are marginally more modest than the PAM 652, estimating 44mm rather than 47mm. Both additionally come in a Luminor 1950 case made of steel instead of titanium, and are controlled by Panerai’s in-house, self-winding, three-day development, the caliber P.9100. Once again their tachymeters depend on a bunch scale. It’s the looks however where the two watches vary – and something little makes a major difference.

The PAM 654 highlights an ivory-colored dial with iridescent dabs and rod at 12 and six o’clock.

The PAM 653 looks a lot of the piece of your typical Panerai. It has a profound black dial and a full complement of those marginally bubbly Arabic numerals for the hours, delivered in a brilliant tint that is intended to look all around matured. The PAM 654, then again, has a splendid, ivory-colored dial with iridescent dabs to stamp the hours and stick at 12 and six o’clock (twofold and single, respectively). The outcome is a couple of watches that, while technically identical, look completely different.

Both forms of the Panerai Luminor 1950 PCYC 3 Days Chrono Flyback Automatic Acciaio – the PAM 653 and the PAM 654 – are priced at $12,300.

All three models present an identical yachting etching on the back.

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