The Luminor Due is the thinnest and most versatile Panerai collection. It features minimalist lines with a sophisticated technical reworking of the historic Luminor design. The lines of the Luminor Due are inspired by the Luminor 1950 case, which represents the culmination of the Panerai creations.
All the elements originate directly from the history of the brand and they have all been subtly redesigned to emphasise the versatility of a watch which is a synthesis of the sporting spirit and the ability to wear it for more elegant and special occasions.
Panerai Luminor Due 42 mm is versatile enough to be worn by a suit or casual wear.
Panerai utilized the retro good looks of their 1950s case, as well as their classic sandwich dial to add a bit of depth to that slim 10.7 mm profile.
This resulted in a much more elegant look on the wrist while keeping the distinctive cushion-shaped case and crown protector of the distinctive 1950 model.
The other fantastic detail is the sunburst finish on dial with luminous Arabic numerals and hour markers.
Small seconds is located at 9 o'clock. Despite diving heritage, Panerai Luminor Due 42 mm is suitable for limited underwater action – elegant wristwatch promotes 30 meters of water resistance.
The Panerai Luminor Due 42 mm in stainless steel, refernce PAM00676, is powered by the hand-wound P.1000 manufacture caliber. The P.1000 is in-house hand-wound calibre, with a power reserve of three days.
The movement has the essential functions – hours, minutes and the seconds counter at 9 o’clock – and it is 26.8 mm in diameter with an overall thickness of 3.85 mm. Consisting of 152 components and with 21 jewels, the P.1000 calibre is solid, strong and reliable, and it is immediately recognisable as a Panerai calibre from both the technical and aesthetic points of view.
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