Officine Panerai launches Luminor Submersible 1950

Officine Panerai launches Luminor Submersible 1950

June 23, 2017: Panerai has released a new timepiece—the Luminor Submersible 1950 3-Days Automatic—available in two models: Acciaio (steel) with a water resistance of 30 bar and Oro Rosso (red gold) with the water resistance of 10 bar.

Both models are equipped with the P.9010 automatic caliber with a power reserve of three days that allows the hour hand to be moved forwards or backwards in one hour jumps without interrupting how the watch functions. The time remaining is visible through the sapphire crystal backs of the case held by a black rubber strap enclosed with a trapezoid buckle made to match the case.

The watches’ legibility features a minute hand and stud on the matt black ceramic rotating bezel at the 12 o’clock mark glowing in bright blue, allowing for the time of immersion to be calculated. 



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