Officine Panerai‘s focus on the prestigious 2015 Watches & Wonders, the exclusive leading event celebrating the culture, the expertise and the heritage of fine watchmaking, was on three novelties: Radiomir 1940 collection and its limited editions, Luminor 1950 watch and Officine Panerai’s Table Clocks.
With its timeless Panerai design, the Radiomir watch is a unique and immediately recognizable timepiece which combines history, contemporary high-end watchmaking, Italian design and Swiss manufacturer.
The Radiomir 1940 Tourbillon GMT Oro Rosso – 48mm (PAM00559) is a tribute that Officine Panerai offers to the genius of Galileo Galilei, and also one of the major novelties presented at Watches and Wonders in Hong Kong.
“The skeletonized P. 2005/S movement, with a tourbillon regulator, perfectly embodies the excellence achieved by the “Laboratorio di Idee” at the Panerai Manufacture in Neuchâtel.”
The Radiomir 1940 10 Days GMT Automatic Oro Rosso – 45mm (PAM00625) is equipped with P.2003/10 skeleton caliber, entirely conceived, developed and produced In-House at the Panerai Manufacture. In this model the dial is in black satine‘ soleil color. It perfectly embodies the concept of Italian timeless elegance and high-precision Swiss technology.
The Radiomir 1940 3 Days Acciaio 42mm (PAM00574) is another important novelty presented at Watches and Wonders 2015 in Hong Kong. Equipped with the new P.1000 In-House calibre, it has a three days power reserve. A timeless design, with perfect Italian style.
Watch Angelo Bonati, Officine Panerai CEO, introducing the Watches and Wonders 2015 Novelties, illustrating the Panerai military history strongly linked with the sea and Italian navy.
At the end of last month, Officine Panerai announced the re-opening of its boutique in Milano, in one of the world’s most famous streets: Via Montenapoleone. The new Panerai boutique reopened its doors just a few steps from the one inaugurated in 2011. The new flagship offers enthusiasts of the Italian luxury brand a larger space over three floors, with two vast shop windows overlooking the prestigious street, symbol of the Milanese timeless elegance throughout the world.