In the PAM 632, OFFICINE PANERAI presents a combination of harmonious shades of brown and polished steel. The dark-brown dial features cream-coloured Super LumiNova baton markers and Arabic numerals and hands. The small seconds display is located at the 9 o’clock position. Luminor Marina is printed at the 12 o’clock position in white lettering, and PANERAI as well as the historic OP = OFFICINE PANERAI logo at the 6 o’clock position.
In the PAM 632, PANERAI have used the C.O.S.C. certified calibre OP II, with a power reserve of 56 hours. The mechanical, manually-wound movement beats at a frequency of 21,600 oscillations per hour. As well as hours and minutes, the OP II also shows small seconds at the 9 o’clock position. The Arabic numerals and baton markers in the Luminor Marina Logo Acciaio are printed on the dial.
Ex works, the PAM 632 comes with a brown “Monte Carlo” calf leather strap. Along with golden stitching to go with it. This combination, with the brown dial and the cream-coloured time display, makes it stand out uniquely from other models. In this Luminor Marina Logo Acciaio, the watchmakers from Neuchâtel really have paid a great deal of attention to historic details. Use of the crown protection bracket means the case is watertight to 300m. The screwed caseback made of steel is also historic, and is an important detail for all Paneristi.
Anyone who opts for the PAM 632 will get a lot back. PANERAI has created an absolute classic in this Luminor Marina, both in terms of appearance and technically. Thanks to high demand, the reference PAM00632 will be snapped up very quickly. Anyone who doesn’t want to spend quite so much on a PANERAI will find a perfect divers’ watch with a very interesting history in this model.