The Luminor Due from OFFICINE PANERAI is based on the flat Radiomir 1940 collection. However, the crown-protection bracket is the unique feature of all Luminor models. OFFICINE PANERAI has developed the flat Luminor Due for all collectors, as it is so comfortable when worn. Not only has the PAM00675 become flatter, it is also even more elegant. This is due to the new sandwich design dial with sun-brushed look.
The Luminor Due 3 Days Automatic Oro Rosso does not just stand out from the crowd because of its elegant, good looks. The new calibre P.4000/10 is an OFFICINE PANERAI development. Although the new automatic movement has a very flat design due to the micro-rotor, it delivers enough energy for a 3-day power reserve.
The new case on the PANERAI Luminor Due creates a fresh design between the historic role models and the wishes of today’s customer. The new PAM 675 from the Swiss manufacturer OFFICINE PANERAI is, indeed, modelled on the divers’ watches of the 1950’s, but features new proportions. The Luminor Due is slimmer. This means all Paneristi can enjoy the significantly enhanced comfort when wearing. The Luminor Due delivers a completely new experience for the wearer, due to the slimmer case, reduced to a height of just 10.7 millimetres. The classic style and very special PANERAI design have been preserved by fitting a crown-protection bracket, as in all Luminor models. Yet the Luminor Due is both sporty and elegant at the same time.
PANERAI has built the calibre P.4000/10 into the PAM00675. This very high-quality, manufactured, skeletonised calibre with automatic winding is built to be flatter than any other automatic calibre which has ever left the OFFICINE PANERAI manufacturing complex. The Luminor Due 3 Days Automatic Oro Rosso 45mm features a very flat micro-rotor. Without this new mechanism, the slim case design would simply not be possible. The oscillating weight in this extravagant calibre in the PAM00675 consists of 22K gold, engraved with a striking “Clous des Paris“ design.
The Luminor Due PAM 675 does not leave out any of the typical features of a Luminor with a crown-protection bracket, despite these enhancements. PANERAI indicates water-tightness to a depth of 300 meters. The power reserve of 72 hours is very convenient. The small-seconds at the nine o’clock position also has an historic background - this was the only way the Italian navy divers could synchronise their watches amongst themselves. The anthracite-coloured, sun-shaped polished dial displays the typical minimalism of the Luminor family. Its dark surface creates an expressive contrast to the red-gold case, as well as the fluorescent hands and hour markers on the sandwich-design dial.