Luminor Submersible 1950 2500M 3 Days Automatic Titanio 47MM Watch from Panerai

I believe that, if you know any about watches, then you must have heard of the famous watchmaker Officine Panerai. This notable watchmaker has a great impact on watchmaking industry, on our watches enthusiasts. You may have ever heard that the fans of Panerai called Panerists. Not many watch company can have such a large group of fanciers like it.

I would like to go over one model from this great watch company – Luminor Submersible 1950 2500m 3 Days Automatic Titanio watch.

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The Luminor 1950 case, 47 mm across, from the Luminor Submersible 1950 2500m 3 Days Automatic Titanio consists of brushed titanium, a fabric which mixes non-allergenic qualities and lightness using the structural robustness needed to face up to high demands, exterior stresses and corrosion. Water-resistance, also made certain through the classic Panerai device safeguarding the winding crown, is certain to a depth of 2,500 metres, and also the little valve engraved using the He symbol around the caseband at eight o’clock allows helium to flee when climbing from deep dives, thus stopping the gas working out potentially harmful pressure around the case.

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The unidirectional rotating bezel, which moves precisely in a single-minute clicks because of a unique system patented by Officine Panerai, has small markers in relief, the style of that has been inspired through the model produced in 1956 for that Egyptian Navy, along with a graduated scale which allows the size of the dive to become read.

Paid by a sapphire crystal having a thickness of 5.9 mm, the hour markers around the black dial are bars or studs, used in relief and covered having a luminous substance, much like the wide, partly skeletonised hands, thus making certain optimum visibility even just in the deep ocean. A subsidiary dial at nine o’clock includes a small seconds hand moving continuously, as the date window reaches three o’clock.

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The movement from the Luminor Submersible 1950 2500m 3 Days Automatic Titanio may be the automatic P.9000 calibre, designed and created entirely within the Officine Panerai manufacture in Neuchatel. Having a diameter of 133/4 lignes and 28 jewels, the P.9000 calibre includes a balance wheel with four controlling screws, making 28,800 alternations/hour. The only-piece oscillating weight can rotate both in directions and 2 spring barrels store a power reserve of 72 hours.

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Recognized through the reference PAM00364, the Luminor Submersible 1950 2500m 3 Days Automatic Titanio belongs to the Exclusive Edition collection and it has been created within an edition limited to 500 models. Finishing it’s a rubber strap, attached with a large trapezoid-formed buckle in brushed titanium. The strap is definitely transformed by way of the button built in the lug from the watch, that is run by the special tool provided.

 

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