Perfect Interpretation of 150-year history of Panerai

Panerai is the perfect combination of Italian design and Swiss watch-making. Every year, Panerai will make an interpretation for its nearly 150-year history, the watch design comes from Panerai's consistent adherence to excellence, aesthetics and functionality.

Radiomir and Luminor 1950 GMT Tourbillon Watches

They equip with P.2005 tourbillon movement, which shows the essence of Panerai watch-making. The structure of P.2005 is complex, technology is highly innovative, the movement is equipped in Radiomir Tourbillon GMT 48mm and Luminor 1950 Tourbillon 47mm.

From technology, P.2005 is the most complicated one in all in-house movements of Panerai, it is self-winding, has three barrels and 6 days power reserve, with power reserve indicator.

Luminor Chrono Daylight 44mm Titanium Chronograph Watch

Strong but not light, traditional but not modern - Luminor Chrono Daylight 44mm Titanium Chronograph Watch, this is the Luminor watch that was developed for special military tasks 60 years ago and pushed Panerai to the professional diving watch field.

This brand new watch inherits its previous case shape of Luminor series and features the unique crown guard device. The crown guard fits the case tightly, with double functions of protecting crown and guaranteeing waterproofing.

Luminor Marina Automatic

New bracelet and case size as well as unique dial, they are all the characteristics of the two Luminor Marina Automatic watches. Luminor Marina Automatic belongs to PANERAI CONTEMPORARY and its name originated from a special series that was named after an Italian navy soldier.

Luminor 1950 Regatta Rattrapante 44mm

To specially designed for Panerai Classic Yachts Challenge(PCYC) and commemorate the ancient origin between Panerai and the ocean. This international yachts challenge game that was sponsored by Panerai, which originated in Florence, witnesses many rare yachts, after being repaired, they regain the old glory and participate in the yachts games that are held in the Mediterranean and the Atlantic.

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