The Radiomir Black Seal Logo 3 Days Acciaio pays tribute to Panerai’s original Radiomir that was first produced in 1936 for the Royal Italian Navy. The Panerai brand has an unusual history rooted in utilitarian military requirements and their watches have a seductive, instantly recognizable style.
The bold, simple, distinctive style of a Panerai Radiomir Black Seal Logo 3 Days Acciaio is very attractive to collectors trying to make an unforgettable statement.
Panerai Black Seal Logo features the classic Radiomir cushion-shaped case with the slender wire-style looped strap attachments that resemble those on the earliest Radiomir watches, which were worn by Italian naval commandos in the 1930s and ’40s.
A simple black dial with index markings and Arabic numerals is complemented by Panerai logo at the 6’o clock position. The Radiomir Black Seal Logo visually refers to the black suits worn by the Italian frogmen in the 1930‘s, which gave them their Black Seals nickname.
“Logo“ refers to the “OP“ logo on the dial, which stands for Officine Panerai. The logo‘s arrows, pointing up and down, represent underwater products and the products Panerai made for use in landing aircraft.
The Radiomir Black Seal Logo uses the new in-house manually wound movement, calibre P.6000, designed and fully made by Panerai at its manufacture in Neuchâtel from 110 components.
Beating at a frequency of 3 Hz (21,600 vibrations per hour), the new hand-wound movement offers a power reserve of 72 hours.
This reliable caliber features a 3-day power reserve as well as hours, minutes and sub-seconds functions. Radiomir Black Seal is water resistant to a depth of 100 meters and it is supplied with a calf leather Ponte Vecchio strap in black, with contrasting beige stitching and trapezoid steel buckle.
Authentically shaped case is sealed by a solid steel caseback, engraved with famous inscription “Firenze 1860,” a reference to the date of the company’s founding in Florence.
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