To reduce the weight further, the case is made using an innovative Direct Metal Laser Sintering technology: this process builds up a 3D object layer by layer by means of a fibre optic laser using powdered titanium. The successive layers – each one only 0.02 mm thick – merge together and become completely solid and lower in weight. In the new model the blue of the hands, harmonising with the metallic tones of the titanium case, is also used on the flange and in the sewing of the black leather strap, giving the watch an even sportier appearance. The P.2005 mechanical movement, the hand-wound calibre with the special Tourbillon patented by Panerai, appears in the breathtaking Lo Scienziato.
The Luminor 1950 case of this Special Edition has the classic diameter of 47 mm and it is made of titanium. The P.2005 mechanical movement, the hand-wound calibre with the special tourbillon patented by Panerai, appears here for the first time in the P.2005/T version. The new Lo Scienziato – Luminor 1950 Tourbillon GMT Titanio is supplied with an alligator strap, anthracite in colour, which harmonises perfectly with the titanium of the case and movement.
Niš, June 15, 2021 - UNICEF today donated a therapeutic hypothermia device to the Clinic for Children’s Internal Diseases of the Niš UCC.
Watches & Wonders, the most important luxury watch trade show of 2021, saw Panerai release a selection of impressive new Luminor pieces, each with yet more refined aesthetics, as well as a host of novel engineering solutions.
The Rolex Oyster Perpetual Sky-Dweller elegantly combines unprecedented watchmaking know-how with practicality and ease of use tailored for the modern cosmopolite.