The LUMINOR collection DUE represents a new chapter in the history of Panerai. Is the result of a challenge overcome successfully by designers and manufacturing engineers: offer a new interpretation to the iconic brand model (identified by the Crown protection) with reduced thickness in box up to 40% which gives a new look for fans of Panerai. Another highlight are the dials in black color with satin effect in satinésoleil that harmonizes perfectly with the more delicate design of the pieces.
With a thickness of just 10.5 mm, the new Luminor Due 3 Days is the finest of the Luminor ever created. The line is presented in two versions: a polished steel Luminor Due 3 Days Acciaio (PAM00676) and another in red gold Luminor Due Day 3 Oro Rosso (PAM00677). Both models have 42 mm in diameter.
Sapphire Crystal dial reveals the dial with numbers and indexes timetables and the second eye at 9:00. The verses of clocks allow you to observe the operation of manual winding calibre p. 1000.
Panerai Luminor Due 3 Days Acciaio
Panerai Luminor Due Day 3 Oro Rosso
The model Luminor Due 3 Days Automatic Acciaio it also has two versions, one with polished steel case (PAM00674) and another in red gold (PAM00675). Both with boxes of 45 mm in diameter and 10.7 mm thickness. In http://www.timedictionary.com/wrist-watches/guide-to-michael-kors-watches-new-collection/, the watches are equipped with self-winding movement p. 4000, the thinner developed by manufacture. The characteristic of this caliber is the eccentric micro-rotor, which rotates in both directions, feeding power to two kegs, accumulating three-day power reserve. The seconds subdial is positioned at 9 o’clock on the dial.
Panerai Luminor Due 3 Days Automatic Oro Rosso
TOS Luminor line watches Due have black leather straps. Faithful to your source, the watch is resistant to water pressure up to 30 BAR (approximately 300 meters).