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Giovani Panerai opened the first watch shop in Florence, Italy in 1860, and his operation soon expanded to include a bustling workshop and Florence’s first horological training center. By the early 20th Century, Panerai had taken on contracts for the Royal Italian Navy, and in 1916 Panerai secured a crucial patent for Radiomir, a radium-based glowing paint.

Like so many firms stuck in fascist countries, Panerai developed watches for the wrong side during WWII, but Mussolini’s dictatorial mandates and deep pockets spurred Panerai to innovate at a rapid pace. They developed the Perspex crystal (1936), massive luminous sandwich dials (1938), integrated lugs with spring bars (1940) and a movement with an 8-day power reserve to reduce wear on crown seals (also 1940). After the fascists fell, Panerai developed their renowned tritium-based lume called Luminor (1949), and their signature lever-activated crown lock (1950).

Panerai’s wrist watches didn’t reach a wider audience until they offered a civilian collection in 1993 and attracted the endorsement of Sylvester Stallone. By 1997, Panerai had become so successful that the Vendome Group (later the Richemont Group) acquired the firm, moved production to Switzerland, and transformed Panerai into the luxury sport watch company we know today.

It took Panerai some time to shed Sly’s Rocky/Rambo bravado and tell its own story more directly, but once it did, the company offered up a subtler form of badassery that’s all about oceangoing adventure. Italy is almost entirely coastline, and their Navy is famous for innovative maritime technologies and techniques. Panerai was right there making the dive watches, gauges, and compasses for these pioneers of the deep. Meanwhile, the company has maintained a close relationship with yacht racing, including on vintage wooden yachts.

Despite the relocation of its manufacturing to Switzerland, Panerai’s style remains faithful to the original Italian designs of the early to mid-20th Century, and today’s collection is far more diverse than ever before.

A Vast and Diverse Catalog Panerai offers over 20 in-house movements as well a slew of movements built on third party bases, and these calibers are found in well over 100 individual watch models available in steel, bronze, titanium, gold, platinum, and proprietary case materials such as BMG-TECH (bulk metallic glass), Carbotech (polyether ether ketone), and Panerai Composite (synthetic ceramic using micro arc oxidation).

Sometimes the distinction between models is merely a matter of case material or dial color, but it’s common to grow frustrated shopping for a Panerai because one’s preferred look and fit don’t always come equipped with the movement/functions one prefers—or vice-versa. We aim to make navigating this dense catalog as easy as possible.

The Best Strategy for Shopping Panerai We’ve found that the best way to divide and conquer the Panerai catalog is to sort based on the movements. For example, if you prefer a hand-wound GMT with an 8-day power reserve (Cal. P.2002), then you’re down to just two watches (PAM00223 and PAM00576). Want a flyback chronograph? Look at Cal. 9100, and you’ve got six choices. Before delving into the movements, however, let’s get our heads around Panerai’s four main model categories.

Radiomir: Referencing Panerai’s earliest military watches from the 1930s, Radiomer models feature either wire lugs that detach for strap changes or integrated lugs with spring bars. The smallest Radiomir is 42mm, and generally these watches are large, plain faced, and classic.

Luminor: Beginning in the late 1940s, Panerai moved away from Radiomir lume to the tritium-based mixture patented as Luminor. In 1950 Panerai introduced its signature crown lock. The Luminor line features this crown lock, integrated lugs, and a cushion case shape that has its roots in the past but was also modernized a bit for 1993’s first civilian collection.

Luminor Due: Smaller, thinner, and often fancier. The Due line premiered in 2018 and is Panerai’s answer to demands for both smaller and more feminine models. Water resistance is only 30 meters (a typical dress watch rating), so many die-hards dismiss these as fluff pieces, but on wrist they are some of Panerai’s most comfortable and good looking watches.

Submersible: In 2019, Panerai separated out its dedicated dive watches into this new category, and doing so vastly simplified its catalog.

The chart below offers a glance at how these four lines are distributed across various case sizes, and it should provide a quick way to locate models that might fit your wrist. (Please note that as models come and go, these numbers will change slightly as Panerai phases watches in and out of production.)

A Note on Limited Editions To satisfy the appetites of its hardcore fans, Panerai, like so many brands today, offers a steady stream of limited edition timepieces. These small batches can be as few as 10 pieces, and they typically sell out quickly. Staying on top of Panerai’s limited editions is an ongoing challenge, so we are going to forego covering most of them in this buying guide. We have also excluded pocket watches and clocks, of which Panerai makes just a few.

Panerai Numbers Panerai’s in-house movements carry calibre numbers in this format: P.xxxx. The company’s movements built on a Unitas/ETA base have Roman numeral calibre numbers that start with OP (e.g., OPXXII). Each watch is assigned an individual reference number, or PAM number: PAMxxxxx.

With a little bit of scrolling you should be able to swiftly navigate to a watch that interests you. There are three effective ways to approach this guide:

1.Search By Movement: By locating the mechanical functionality you’re interested in, you can then quickly browse the available watches that house it. We’ve grouped movements under larger headings (e.g. Auto-Winding GMTs) to simplify your search.

2.Search by Look: By scrolling through the photos, you can locate an appealing look and then learn about the mechanical functionality, materials, price, etc.

3.Search by Size and Model Line: We’ve listed the case sizes and model lines prominently together, so you’ll be able to scroll to, say, a number of 42mm Luminor models pretty quickly.

Collection: RadiomirModel: PAM00574Size: 42mmCase Material: SteelDial: Brown with luminous Arabic numerals and hour markers; mall Seconds at 9 o’clockPrice: $7,600

Collection: LuminorModel: PAM00575Size: 42mmCase Material: Goldtech™Dial Color: Black with luminous Arabic numerals and hour markers; small seconds at 9 o’clockPrice: $18,100

Collection: LuminorModel: PAM00676Size: 42mmCase Material: SteelDial Color: Sun-brushed black with luminous Arabic numerals and hour markers; small seconds at 9 o’clockPrice: $7,900

Collection: LuminorModel: PAM00728Size: 42mmCase Material: TitaniumDial Color: Sun-brushed blue with luminous Arabic numerals and hour markers; small seconds at 9 o’clock.Price: $8,600

Collection: Luminor DueModel: PAM00741Size: 42mmCase Material: Goldtech™Dial Color: Ivory with luminous Arabic numerals and hour markers; small seconds at 9 o’clockPrice: $21,900

Collection: Luminor DueModel: PAM00677Size: 42mmCase Material: Goldtech™ (red gold)Dial Color: Anthracite sun-brushed with luminous Arabic numerals and hour markers’ small seconds at 9 o’clockPrice: $21,900

Collection: LuminorModel: PAM00560Size: 44mmCase Material: Black with luminous Arabic numerals and hour markersDial Color: Black dial (P.5000)Price: $6,000

Collection: LuminorModel: PAM00562Size: 44mmCase Material: TitaniumDial Color: Brown with luminous Arabic numerals and hour markersPrice: $6,700

Collection: LuminorModel: PAM00561Size: 44mmCase Material: White with Arabic numerals and luminous dotsDial Color: White dial with numerals (P.5000)Price: $6,000

Collection: LuminorModel: PAM00564Size: 44mmCase Material: TitaniumDial Color: Brown with luminous Arabic numerals and hour markers; small Seconds at 9 o’clockPrice: $7,000

Collection: LuminorModel: PAM00510Size: 44mmCase Material: SteelDial Color: Black with luminous Arabic numerals and hour markers; small seconds at 9 o’clockPrice: $6,600

Collection: LuminorModel: PAM00590Size: 44mmCase Material: SteelDial Color: Black with luminous Arabic numerals and hour markers; seconds at 9 o’clockPrice: $6,600

Collection: LuminorModel: PAM00511Size: 44mmCase Material: Goldtech™ (rose gold)Dial Color: Brown with luminous Arabic numerals and hour markers; small seconds at 9 o’clockPrice: $6,600

Collection: RadiomirModel: PAM00424Size: 47mmCase Material: SteelDial Color: Black with luminous Arabic and Roman numerals and hour markersPrice: $7,700

Collection: RadiomirModel: PAM00425Size: 47mmCase Material: SteelDial Color: Black with luminous hour markersPrice: $7,700

Collection: RadiomirModel: PAM00577Size: 48mmCase Material: Black ceramicDial Color: Black with luminous hour markersPrice: $11,200

Collection: LuminorModel: PAM00372Size: 47mmCase Material: SteelDial Color: Black with luminous Arabic numerals and hour markersPrice: $9,100

Collection: LuminorModel: PAM00557Size: 47mmCase Material: SteelDial Color: Black with luminous Arabic numerals and hour markersPrice: $9,500

Collection: LuminorModel: PAM00422Size: 47mmCase Material: SteelDial Color: Black with luminous Arabic numerals and hour markers; seconds at 9 o’clockPrice: $9,600

Collection: LuminorModel: PAM00423Size: 47mmCase Material: SteelDial Color: Black with luminous Arabic numerals and hour markers; seconds at 9 o’clock; power reserve indicator at 4 o’clockPrice: $9,700

(Hand-wound; small seconds; date; 12/24-hour GMT; rapid local hour hand setting; power reserve gauge on dial; 8-day power reserve)

These are “true GMTs” in the sense that one can jump the hour hand of the local time without disrupting the movement in any other way. The 8-day power reserve is indicated on the dial in a handsome horizontal gauge just above 6-o’clock.

Collection: LuminorModel: PAM00233Size: 44mmCase Material: SteelDial Color: Black with luminous Arabic numerals and hour markers; date at 3 o’clock; seconds and 24h indicator at 9 o’clock; linear power reserve indicator at 6 o’clock (P.2002)Price: $12,300

Collection: LumninorModel: PAM00576Size: 44mmCase Material: GoldtechDial Color: Brown with luminous Arabic numerals and hour markers; date at 3 o’clock; seconds and 24h indicator at 9 o’clock; linear power reserve indicator at 6 o’clock (P.2002)Price: $28,300

Equation of time complications run a separate time-keeping mechanism that displays “solar time,” which drifts as much as 15 minutes from regulated clock time over the course of the year due to the elliptical shape of the Earth’s orbit around the sun.

Collection: LuminorModel: PAM00670Size: 47mmCase Material: TitaniumDial Color: Blue with luminous Arabic numerals and hour markers; seconds at 9 o’clock; date and month indicator at 3 o’clock; Equation of Time indicator at 6 o’clock (P.2002/E)Price: $21,600

Collection: LuminorModel: PAM00656Size: 47mmCase Material: TitaniumDial Color: Brown with luminous Arabic numerals and hour markers; seconds at 9 o’clock; date and month indicator at 3 o’clock; Equation of Time indicator at 6 o’clock (P.2002/E)Price: $21,600

(5 movements, 13 watches) In horology, a complication is any additional function beyond telling time, such that even a date window qualifies. However, when enough complexity is involved, we often hear the phrase “grand complication,” the qualifications for which horology scholars still debate to some degree. Panerai’s Haute Horology department is responsible for their most complex movements.

(Hand-wound, monopusher chronograph; GMT) A monopusher uses the same button to start, stop, and reset the timer. While some would argue that the pusher should be mounted in the center of the crown for true impact of this elegant design, it would have made no sense on a Luminor with an enormous crown lock, so Panerai opted to put it at 8-o’clock.

Collection: LuminorModel: PAM00317Size: 44mmCase Material: Black ceramicDial Color: Black with luminous Arabic numerals and hour markers; minute counter at 3 o’clock; seconds and 24h indicator at 9 o’clock; linear power reserve indicator at 6 o’clock; central chronograph handPrice: $21,5000

Also called a rattrapante (which means “catch up” in French), a split-second chronograph allows one to grab a lap time by stopping a hand that “splits” off from behind the main timing hand. When you reset the timer, that second hand catches up to the main one to hide behind it again.

Collection: LuminorModel: PAM00427Size: 47mmCase Material: TitaniumDial Color: Black with luminous dots and hour markers; minute counter at 3 o’clock; seconds at 9 o’clock; linear power reserve indicator at 6 o’clock; central chronograph and split-second hands; chronograph seconds scale on the outer edgePrice: $22,500

Collection: LuminorModel: PAM00319Size: 47mmCase Material: Pink goldDial Color: Brown with luminous Arabic numerals and hour markers; minute counter at 3 o’clock; seconds at 9 o’clock; linear power reserve indicator at 6 o’clock; central chronograph and split-seconds handPrice: $39,100

(Small seconds; tourbillion; 12/24-hour GMT; rear power reserve gauge; rapid hour hand setting; 6-day power reserve)

By setting the escapement and balance wheel inside a rotating cage called a tourbillion, the effects of gravity are more evenly distributed, thus improving the accuracy of the movment. Tourbillions are haute horlogy’s poster child, and while they’re famously touted as the most complex of complications, Hodinkee’s Jack Forester recently set that straight for us, claiming that, in fact, a split second chronograph is the harder machine to build. Nonetheless, offering an in-house tourbillion puts Panerai into some thin air.

Collection: RadiomirModel: PAM00077Size: 42mmCase Material: PlatinumDial Color: Skeleton dial with hours; minutes; and exposed tourbillonPrice: $203,700

Collection: LuminorModel: PAM00578Size: 47mmCase Material: TitaniumDial Color: Skeletonized with exposed hours; minutes; small seconds; GMT; 24h indicator; power reserve indicator on the back; tourbillonPrice: $143,000

Flyback chronographs allow the user to instantly reset the stopwatch function without stopping the mechanism. Used primarily for lap-timing, this function has been popular among those timing races of all kinds, but especially automotive ones.

Collection: LuminorModel: PAM00524Size: 44mmCase Material: SteelDial Color: Black with luminous Arabic numerals and hour markers; date at 3 o’clock; seconds at 9 o’clock; central chronograph seconds and minutes handsPrice: $11,200

Collection: LuminorModel: PAM00525Size: 44mmCase Material: Goldtech™Dial Color: Black with luminous Arabic numerals and hour markers; date at 3 o’clock; seconds at 9 o’clock; central chronograph seconds and minutes handsPrice: $27,200

Collection: LuminorModel: PAM00580Size: 44mmCase Material: Black ceramicDial Color: Black sandwich dial with luminous Arabic numerals and hour markers; date at 3 o’clock; seconds at 9 o’clock; central chronograph seconds and minutes handsPrice: $14,700

Collection: LuminorModel: PAM00654Size: 44mmCase Material: SteelDial Color: Ivory with luminous hour markers and dots; chronograph hour counter at 3 o’clock; small seconds at 9 o’clock; central chronograph seconds and minute handsPrice: $12,300

Collection: LuminorModel: PAM00653Size: 44mmCase Material: SteelDial Color: Black with luminous Arabic numerals; chronograph counter at 3 o’clock; small seconds at 9 o’clock; central chronograph seconds and minute handsPrice: $12,300

Collection: SubmersibleModel: PAM00982Size: 47mmCase Material: TitaniumDial Color: Shark grey with luminous hour markers and dots; chronograph hour counter at 3 o’clock; small seconds at 9 o’clock; central chronograph seconds and minute handsPrice: $19,4000 (Alt colorway as PAM00615)

(Small seconds; flyback chronograph; regatta countdown timer; rapid adjustment of local time; 3-day power reserve)

Adding a 10-minute regatta countdown timer may not sound too difficult, but it turns out to be one of the more challenging complications to achieve properly.

Collection: LuminorModel: PAM00526Size: 47mmCase Material: TitaniumDial Color: Black with luminous Arabic numerals and hour markers; chronograph hour counter at 3 o’ clock; seconds at 9 o’clock; central chronograph seconds and minutes handsPrice: $17,200

Collection: LuminorModel: PAM00652Size: 47mmCase Material: TitaniumDial Color: Black with luminous Arabic numerals and hour markers; chronograph hour counter at 3 o’clock; small seconds at 9 o’clock; central chronograph seconds and minutes handsPrice: $17,200

Collection: RadiomirModel: PAM00655Size: 42mmCase Material: SteelDial Color: White with Arabic numerals and luminous dots; small seconds at 9 o’clockPrice: $10,000

Collection: RadiomirModel: PAM00572Size: 45mmCase Material: SteelDial Color: Black with luminous Arabic numerals and hour markers; seconds at 9 o’clockPrice: $10,200

Collection: RadiomirModel: PAM00620Size: 42mmCase Material: SteelDial Color: Black with luminous Arabic numerals and hour markers; small seconds at 9 o’clockPrice: $10,000

Collection: RadiomirModel: PAM00619Size: 45mmCase Material: SteelDial Color: Brown with luminous Arabic numerals and hour markers; seconds at 9 o’clockPrice: $10,700

Collection: LuminorModel: PAM00674Size: 45mmCase Material: SteelDial Color: Sun-brushed black with luminous Arabic numerals and hour markers; small seconds at 9 o’clockPrice: $10,500

Collection: LuminorModel: PAM00729Size: 45mmCase Material: TitaniumDial Color: Sun-brushed blue with luminous Arabic numerals and hour markers; small seconds at 9 o’clockPrice: $11,200

Collection: LuminorModel: PAM00739Size: 45mmCase Material: SteelDial Color: Anthracite sun-brushed with luminous Arabic numerals and hour markers; small seconds at 9 o’clockPrice: $14,300

Collection: LuminorModel: PAM00675Size: 45mmCase Material: Goldtech™Dial Color: Anthracite sun-brushed with luminous Arabic numerals and hour markers; small seconds at 9 o’clockPrice: $25,500

Collection: LuminorModel: PAM01523Size: 42mmCase Material: SteelDial Color: White with Arabic numerals and luminous dots markers; date at 3 o’clock, seconds at 9 o’clockPrice: $7,400

Collection: LuminorModel: PAM01499Size: 44mmCase Material: SteelDial Color: White with Arabic numerals and luminous dot markers; date at 3 o’clock; seconds at 9 o’clockPrice: $7,500

Collection: LuminorModel: PAM01392 (sn steel bracelet as PAM00722 for $8,400)Size: 42mmCase Material: SteelDial Color: Black with luminous Arabic numerals and hour markers; date at 3 o’clock; small seconds at 9 o’clockPrice: $7,400

Collection: LuminorModel: PAM01359Size: 44mmCase Material: SteelDial Color: Black with luminous Arabic numerals; date at 3 o’clock; small seconds at 9 o’clockPrice: $7,500

Collection: LuminorModel: PAM01312 (On steel bracelet as 00723 for $8,500)Size: 44mmCase Material: SteelDial Color: Black with luminous Arabic numerals and hour markers; date at 3 o’clock and small seconds at 9 o’clockPrice: $7,500

Collection: LuminorModel: PAM00661Size: 44mmCase Material: CarbotechDial Color: Black with luminous Arabic numerals and dots; date at 3 o’clock; small seconds at 9 o’clockPrice: $11,800

Collection: LuminorModel: PAM01351Size: 44mmCase Material: TitaniumDial Color: Brown with luminous Arabic numerals and hour markers; date at 3 o’clock; seconds at 9 o’clockPrice: $7,500

Collection: SubmersibleModel: PAM00682 (also available in blue colorway as PAM00959)Size: 42mmCase Material: SteelDial Color: Black with luminous hour markers and dots; date at 3 o’clock, seconds at 9 o’clockPrice: $8,700

Collection: SubmersibleModel: PAM00684Size: 42mmCase Material: Rose goldDial Color: Black with applied luminous hour markers; date at 3 o’clock; seconds at 9 o’clockPrice: $26,700

Collection: SubmersibleModel: PAM00692 (also available in alt colorway as PAM00799)Size: 47mmCase Material: BMG-TECHDial Color: Blue with luminous hour markers and dots; date at 3 o’clock; small seconds at 9 o’clockPrice: $13,300

Collection: SubmersibleModel: PAM01305 (in steel as PAM01024)Size: 47mmCase Material: TitaniumDial Color: Black with luminous hour markers and dots; date at 3 o’clock; seconds at 9 o’clockPrice: $9,500

Collection: SubmersibleModel: PAM00616 (slso available in alt colorways as PAM01616 and PAM00979)Size: 47mmCase Material: CarbotechDial Color: Black with applied luminous Arabic numerals and dots. Date at 3 o’clock, small seconds at 9 o’clockPrice: $17,100

Collection: LuminorModel: PAM00977Size: 42mmCase Material: SteelDial Color: Silver vertical brushed with luminous Arabic numerals and hour markers; date at 3 o’clock; small seconds at 9 o’clockPrice: $8,400

Collection: SubmersibleModel: PAM01039Size: 47mmCase Material: CarbotechDial Color: Dark grey sail with luminous hour markers and dots; date at 3 o’clock; small seconds at 9 o’clockPrice: $21,600

Collection: SubmersibleModel: PAM00968Size: 47mmCase Material: BronzeDial Color: Brown with luminous hour markers and dots; date at 3 o’clock; small seconds at 9 o’clockPrice: $16,500

(Small seconds; date; 12/24-hour GMT; rear PR gauge; rapid local time adjustment; micro rotor; 3-day power reserve)

Collection: RadiomirModel: PAM00657Size: 45mmCase Material: SteelDial Color: Black with vertical stripes; luminous Arabic numerals and hour markers; date at 3 o’clock; small seconds and 24h indicator at 9 o’clockPrice: $11,700

(Small seconds; date; 24-hour GMT; rapid local time adjustment; micro rotor; power reserve gauge on dial; 3-day power reserve)

Collection: RadiomirModel: PAM00628Size: PAM00628Case Material: SteelDial Color: Black with Paris Hobnails; luminous Arabic numerals and hour markers; date at 3 o’clock, power reserve indicator at 5 o’clock; seconds and 24h indicator at 9 o’clockPrice: $11,900

(Small seconds; date; 12-hour GMT on central hand; rear power reserve gauge; rapid local time adjustment; 3-day power reserve)

Collection: LuminorModel: PAM01535Size: PAM01535Case Material: SteelDial Color: Black with Paris hobnails; luminous Arabic numerals and hour markers; date at 3 o’clock; seconds at 9 o’clockPrice: $8,600

Collection: LuminorModel: PAM01320Size: 44mmCase Material: SteelDial Color: Black with luminous Arabic numerals and hour markers; date at 3 o’clock; seconds at 9 o’clockPrice: $8,700

(Small seconds; date; 12-hour GMT on central hand; rapid local time adjustment; power reserve gauge on dial; 3-day power reserve)

Collection: LuminorModel: PAM01537Size: 42mmCase Material: SteelDial Color: Black with Paris hobnails; luminous Arabic numerals and hour markers; date at 3 o’clock; seconds at 9 o’clock; power reserve indicator at 5 o’clockPrice: $9,000

Collection: LuminorModel: PAM01321Size: 44mmCase Material: SteelDial Color: Black with luminous Arabic numerals and hour markers; date at 3 o’clock; seconds at 9 o’clock; power reserve indicator at 5 o’clockPrice: $9,100

Collection: LuminorModel: PAM00531Size: 44mmCase Material: SteelDial Color: Black with luminous Arabic numerals and hour markes; date at 3 o’clock and seconds at 9 o’clcok; 24 hours GMT scale on the outer partPrice: $9,200

(Small seconds; date; 24-hour GMT; rapid hour hand adjustment for local time; power reserve gauge on dial; 10-day power reserve; large rotor)

Collection: LuminorModel: PAM00533Size: 44mmCase Material: SteelDial Color: Black with luminous Arabic numerals and hour markers; date at 3 o’clock; GMT indicator at 9 o’clock; linear power indicator at 6 o’clockPrice: $13,400

Collection: LuminorModel: PAM00335Size: 44mmCase Material: CeramicDial Color: Black with luminous Arabic numerals and hour markers; date at 3 o’clock; seconds and 24h indicator at 9 o’clock; linear power reserve indicator at 6 o’clockPrice: $17,100

When watch folks talk about a “base movement,” they’re talking about off-the-shelf units from third party suppliers which another watch comapany modifies and, often, offers up with their own branding and calibre number. It’s akin to, say, Land Rover using a Ford engine block and building around it. Panerai is generally able to offer relatively better pricing on these models compared to in-house movements.

Panerai currently uses either Unitas or ETA 6497 base movements, and these watches have solid case backs, thus blocking the view of someone else’s handiwork. While some will turn up their noses at these third-party movements, keep in mind that this is how the vast majority of mechanical watches have been made since the Industrial Revolution, and that Panerai has an esteemed history of using third-party movements from Rolex (which sell at auction for not-so-small fortunes). This practice is far from horological heresy, and it offers good value.

Collection: LuminorModel: PAM00774Size: 44mmCase Material: SteelDial Color: Black with luminous Arabic numerals and hour markersPrice: $4,750

Collection: LuminorModel: PAM00773Size: 44mmCase Material: SteelDial Color: Black with luminous Arabic numerals and hour markersPrice: $4,750

Collection: LuminorModel: PAM00775Size: 44mmCase Material: SteelDial Color: White with Arabic numerals and luminous dotsPrice: $4750

Collection: LuminorModel: PAM00778Size: 44mmCase Material: SteelDial Color: White with Arabic numerals and luminous dots; small seconds at 9 o’clockPrice: $5,000

Collection: LuminorModel: PAM00776Size: 44mmCase Material: SteelDial Color: Black with luminous Arabic and roman numerals and hour markersPrice: $5,000

Collection: LuminorModel: PAM01048Size: 40mmCase Material: SteelDial Color: Black with luminous Arabic numerals and hour markers; date at 3 o’clock and seconds at 9 o’clockPrice: $6,800

Collection: LuminorModel: PAM01104Size: 44mmCase Material: SteelDial Color: Black with luminous Arabic numerals and hour markers; date at 3 o’clock; seconds at 9 o’clockPrice: $7,000

Collection: SubmersibleModel: PAM01024Size: 44mmCase Material: SteelDial Color: Black with applied luminous dots and Arabic numerals; date at 3 o’clock; seconds at 9 o’clockPrice: $7,200

Collection: LuminorModel: PAM01088Size: 44mmCase Material: SteelDial Color: Black with luminous Arabic numerals and markers’ 24h indication on the edge; date at 3 o’clock; seconds at 9 o’clockPrice: $7,500

Collection: LuminorModel: PAM01090Size: 44mmCase Material: SteelDial Color: Black with luminous Arabic numerals and markers; date at 3 o’clock; seconds at 9 o’clock; power reserve indicator at 5 o’clockPrice: $7,900

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