Titanium, the material used for the PANERAI Luminor 1950 3 Days GMT Automatic Acciaio PAM 320 is one of this watch’s most outstanding characteristics, complemented by the matching rubber strap and the calibre P.9000. The automatic calibre, which the watchmaker manufactures in its entirety in-house, is used in a series of Luminor models. The two spring barrels guarantee a 72-hour power reserve. There are also a number of other functions.
The PANERAI Luminor 1950 3 Days GMT Automatic Acciaio PAM 320, which is part of the contemporary watch collection by PANERAI, impresses at first sight. The material used for the watch case immediately catches everybody’s attention. The Italian manufacturer has chosen steel for this model, which is stable, light and hypoallergenic.
Because of its outstanding characteristics, steel is often used in the world of luxury watchmaking. The material's resistance to salt water corrosion is particularly impressive, making it so valuable for diving watches. Watersports enthusiasts and divers value not only the high-quality material used for the PANERAI PAM 320, but also the fact that the watch is also watertight up to 30 bar.
PANERAI use an automatic mechanism for this watch, calibre P.9000. The two spring barrels and the three-day-power reserve are outstanding. The functions are minimised to a display of hours, minutes and seconds, to avoid any distractions. The date is displayed as well, and it is possible to calculate diving time. The watch case, which consists of brushed titanium, has an impressive diameter of 44 millimetres.
The bezel can be moved anti-clockwise and is also made from satinised titanium. The polished edges are eye-catching. The black dial can easily be read even underwater because of the fluorescent material used for the hour markers. The PANERAI PAM 320 is supplied with a black rubber strap and titanium clasp. Another strap is also included as well as the necessary tools. It's not only divers who will love this watch!