The famous Radiomir model, the first timepiece produced by Panerai, is now available in brand new version. Having in mind brand history, the Radiomir Base Logo pays tribute to Panerai’s original Radiomir, that was first produced in 1936 for the Royal Italian Navy.
Many decades later, Radiomir is one of the most recognizable and iconic of all modern watch designs.
Unsurpassedly charismatic, Radiomir Base Logo indicates time with a simple hour and minute hand on the matte black dial.
The ergonomic dial, elegant case silhouette and archaic lugs are a package that delivers character often imitated, but never actually equalled.
Symbolically, it seems like a call-back to Panerai’s beginnings of military-inspired watches with minimalist design and incomparable charm.
Now, Radiomir Base Logo is getting a similar treatment, plus a new in-house hand-wound movement and reasonable pricetag, which surely delights faithful Paneristi community.
Radiomir Base Logo, PAM00753, is offered in iconic stainless steel case, with 45 mm diameter. New model demostrates characteristic lines and charm, thanks to Radiomir’s distinctive lug design and dial with legendary Panerai fonts. Radiomir Base Logo is equipped with the manufacture movement Caliber P.6000, which beats at a frequency of 21.600 vph and offers 72 hours power reserve when fully wound. The new Radiomir model feature the unique OP logo on dial at 6 o’clock positon.
The 100-meter water-resistant case is sealed by a solid steel caseback engraved with Firenze 1860, a reference to the year when company was found in Florence. The 45 mm timepiece, comes with a natural leather strap, light brown.
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