Inspired by its historical origins, Radiomir 3 Days Acciaio marks a real tribute to the history of Officine Panerai.
Representing a unique blend of Italian design with Swiss watchmaking legacy, Officine Panerai follows the inspiration of its home city of Florence, which was the cradle of the Renaissance movement.
Panerai has always been a brand with a unique history. As the prime supplier to the Italian Navy, they created bold watches, which often accompanied divers on dangerous missions.
Officine Panerai created the avantgarde prototype Radiomir watch in 1936, and over the next two years perfected a pioneer timepiece that could meet the high standards of the Italian Navy's 'Black Seal' divers.
Even though the self-winding movement has largely prevailed over hand wound movements, the heart of many watch-lovers is still beating for the manual versions. Also, classic black watches for men are always in style.
Two special editions dedicated to a rare watch of the 1930s, available with the black or brown dial recalling the unique appearance of the vintage models transformed by time, with a special 12-sided bezel.
Officine Panerai presents the pocket watch tourbillon GMT Ceramica, an exclusive pocket watch which combines the technical content of contemporary haute horlogerie with echoes of the history of the Florentine brand.
The Radiomir S.L.C. 3 Days also has a historic dial of strongly minimalist design, with alternating bar and dot-shaped hour markers. This version was probably created in the late 1930s to experiment with the sandwich construction of the dial, in which two
With its minimalistic Panerai design, the Radiomir 1940 3 Days Acciaio - 42mm is a unique and immediately recognizable timepiece which combines history, contemporary high-end watchmaking, Italian design and Swiss manufacture.
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