Panerai
Luminor Marina
Ref. PAM00118


EUR 4.950,-

Panerai Luminor Marina with box and papers in like-new condition. Sporty watch, in titanium with 44 mm diameter and grey-black dial.

Details


Material

Titanium

Clockwork

Manual

Ref NR.

PAM00118

Dial color

black

Paper

Yes, from 2003

Condition

like new

Box

Yes

Diameter

44mm

Warranty

1 Year

Continuing the success story

Luminor

Also the second Historic Panerai Model following the Radiomier is named after a newly discovered luminous material. Panerai patented the tritium-based illuminant on 11 January 1949 and named it Luminor. The Luminor is characterized not only by its luminosity but also by its robust casing with the Panerai-typical crown protector and band attachments which are milled from one piece of metal together with the casing.

Panerai

Panerai

Originally a specialist dealer and watchmaker for Swiss wristwatches in Florence, Panerai began to develop watches for the Italian navy and diving units at the beginning of the 20th century. This watch had the shape and movement of the Rolex Oyster, but a much larger case and dial to improve readability in use. Furthermore, Panerai patented the first luminous material for dials based on the radioactive material radium. Panerai called this luminous material Radiomir.

The best time is now:

Panerai Luminor Marina

1 1 Year Timelounge-Warranty

Box included

Papers included

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