Panerai presents set of Luminor Black Seal & Luminor Daylight


Officine Panerai presents Special Edition Set of Luminor Black Seal and Luminor Daylight

Panerai presents set of Luminor Black Seal & Luminor Daylight

November 6, 2014: Between 1993, the year of the first collection of Panerai watches not made exclusively for military use, and 1997, the year when the brand was acquired by Richemont Group, Officine Panerai created just a few hundred watches which over the years have acquired an extraordinary value.

These timepieces are witness to the transformation of a tool-watch, known only by a few collectors, into a prominent brand of high quality sports watchmaking market.

Officine Panerai now presents a fascinating Special Edition Set consisting of two models inspired by two of the watches most representative of the pre-Vendôme era, made to order in 1996 for American actor Sylvester Stallone, who was at the time involved in the film Daylight: the Luminor Black Seal and the Luminor Daylight. 

These two watches, produced in limited editions of 500 units each, are now offered exclusively as part of the Set, the presentation of which is inspired by that of the pre-Vendôme Luminor: a box of pear wood which also contains a model of the human torpedo (Siluro a Lenta Corsa or Slow-speed torpedo) on a teak base and a rare publication about the military equipment of the special forces of the Royal Italian Navy, naturally including Panerai watches and instruments.

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