The new Luminor Due is continuing its bold exploration of unknown territories combining an impeccable personality, sophistication and its eclectic Italian style. The Luminor Due has transformed an icon in watchmaking into a new classic - suitable for every wrist and situation but always immediately recognizable with its powerful Panerai identity.
As a smaller version of the classic Luminor style case, the Luminor Due is the thinnest and probably the most versatile of Panerai's creations.
Panerai Luminor Due features a 38mm stainless steel case surrounding a white dial on a beige leather strap with a stainless steel tang buckle. Functions include hours, minutes, small seconds and date.
Naturally inclined to change, today the Luminor Due is acquiring a more distinct identity.
Design is both stylish, functional and quintessentially modern, while staying true to its roots by keeping the cases impressively slim.
Atelier Panerai has kept cushion shape of the case, the prominent lugs, raised bezel and most importantly the crown guard – a registered trademark of Panerai.
The Panerai Luminor Due feature a pleasantly appealing white dial and beige lume. The dial is white, with beige Super-LumiNova touch while the indexes are printed and surrounded by black.
The 38 mm comes on a beige strap with subtle stitching and also has the innovative Quick Release system that allows you to change the look effortlessly.
The Luminor Due collection is a new chapter in the history of Panerai. Once again, Italian design and Swiss watchmaking technical expertise have joined together to renew the history of a unique brand.
The new P.900 calibre is one of the thinnest automatic movements produced at the Panerai Manufacture and it remains hidden behind a closed case back. It is also the first automatic watch with this unexpected diameter to have both a date display and power reserve of three days. Panerai Luminor Due 38 mm is water-resistant to 3 bar (a depth of about 30 metres).
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