LUMINOR MARINA 1950 3 DAYS-47mm (PAM00422) is the best example of the sophisticated design and top technology of Panerai. The unique design of the case is inspired by a rare old model with a prominent point like a scapula, a feature that is historically significant because it witnessed the early 1940s, Paner The sea watch case was transformed from Radiomir’s square pillow to Luminor, and LUMINOR MARINA 1950 3 DAYS-47mm changed the Luminor 1950’s 47 mm stainless steel case (AISI 316L), which is made of frosted steel The classic bridge protection device that protects the crown.
The black dial of LUMINOR MARINA 1950 3 DAYS-47mm is a typical design of Panerai. It has a small stopwatch at nine o’clock, and it follows the tradition and adopts a large digital scale. The dial has a ‘sandwich’ structure, with a heavy hazel Super-LumiNova® luminous coating sandwiched between the two layers. It shines through the hollowed-out digital scale on the upper layer, making the dial more depth and easier to read. The dial is engraved with the words ‘Luminor Marina’ and ‘Panerai’ in the popular font of the year, adding a perfect stroke to the design of the dial.
LUMINOR MARINA 1950 3 DAYS-47mm uses the manually wound P.3001 movement. The movement is independently developed and manufactured by Panerai’s Neuchatel watchmaking plant. It has a diameter of 16½ centimeters and is equipped with a large clamp. Bridge, two barrels can provide 3-day power reserve, the balance wheel with a diameter of 13.2 mm can change the inertia, and the speed of the balance wheel can be adjusted by using the adjusting screw of the outer ring. Through the watch’s crystal case back, you can see the movement of the movement, and you can also read the power reserve display on the main bridge.
LUMINOR MARINA 1950 3 DAYS-47mm
Movement: Panerai P.3001 manual winding mechanical movement
Vibration frequency: 21,600 times per hour
Kinetic energy: 3-day power reserve
Functions: hours, minutes, small seconds, power reserve display on the back, zero seconds reset
Case: 47 mm diameter, polished steel.
Caseback: transparent sapphire crystal case back.
Dial: black dial with luminous Arabic numerals and hour markers.
Mirror: Plexiglas® Plexiglas, 3 mm thick.
Water resistance: up to 10 bar (-100 m).
Strap: leather strap with PANERAI logo, plus large frosted steel buckle
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The RM35-01 watch is equipped with RMUL3 movement, a grade 5 titanium alloy material, a highly hollow design, and the surface is treated with black PVD coating, which gives its movement an extraordinary resistance to external forces. In order to demonstrate the challenging spirit of RM35-01, Richard Mille tested the performance of RMUL3 movement in various harsh conditions in LesBreuleux, such as high-intensity impact of more than 5000G. Only RichardMille’s unparalleled expertise in new material technology and unique design can make the movement easily overcome the challenges of extreme conditions.
The RMUL3 skeleton hand-wound movement and Swiss anchor escapement use 24 gems and a cardless balance with a 4 Hz frequency. The dual barrel system provides a 55-hour power reserve. This superb movement weighs only 4 grams and is assembled in a unique NTPT® carbon fiber watch case. This high-tech material is interwoven with multiple layers of carbon fiber filaments with an average thickness of 30 microns, with a 45 ° angle interlace between layers, making each part of the watch case extra strong; at the same time, from the visual appearance Each watch has its own style, and its appearance is like the surface of Damascus steel cast by Seiko. This effect comes from the complex and exquisite carbon molecular structure found during milling and finishing.
No matter from any angle, even in the face of various harsh environments, the RM35-01 watch can be purely exquisite and elegant. It can be regarded as the 21st century fine watch in the movement and the case timepiece. An unparalleled classic.
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