Traditional elements, alongside modern technical solutions, are characteristic of the PANERAI Luminor Submersible 1950 3 Days Automatic Amagnetic Titanio PAM 389. This timepiece from the Contemporary Collection is guaranteed highly-resistant to magnetic fields up to 40,000 A/m (Ampère/metre). An extremely fine titanium watch, this model features a ground watch-glass and a floating P.9000 calibre automatic movement.
The PAM 389 is a fine example of PANERAI’s commitment to continuing traditional values, and also their willingness to develop technically advanced solutions – as evidenced by the features available on the PANERAI Luminor Submersible 1950 3 Days Automatic Amagnetic Titanio.
Here, the Italian company has built a special type of case, which achieves high-level shielding from strong magnetic fields. This watch is fitted with PANERAI’s trademark crown-protection bridge, which guarantees water resistance down to 300 meters. A special feature of this Luminor model is the rotating titanium bezel incorporating a matt-black ceramic disc. As a safety precaution, the bezel only rotates anticlockwise, so it cannot be accidentally displaced during a dive.
PANERAI’s PAM 389, a distinctive men's watch, is fitted with an automatic mechanical P.9000 calibre movement with two barrels, guaranteeing a power reserve of 72 hours. In addition to a display of hours, minutes and small seconds, the dial also shows the date. This watch also calculates immersion time.
Housed in a 47mm diameter titanium case, the PAM 389 features a screwed caseback and crown- protection bridge, also in titanium. Its black dial incorporates a fluorescent Super-LumiNova® coating, so the hour markers are easy to read in all conditions. As with other models, small seconds can be read at 9 o’clock and the date at 3 o’clock. The anti-glare watch-glass is 3.2-millimetres thick, and the watch has a 30-bar water resistance. A black rubber strap, which perfectly fits the sporty character of this diver's watch, will immediately appeal to connoisseurs.