The PANERAI Luminor 1950 3 Days GMT PAM 24H Automatic Acciaio PAM 531 is a sporty, elegant luxury watch with roots dating right back to 1950, when it was designed as a diving watch for the Italian navy. With the date and a second time zone, this timepiece is definitely an all-round accessory for home, holidays, and business trips. This PANERAI features a 44mm steel case and a black dial with cream-coloured hour markers, hands and numerals.
The PANERAI PAM 531 calibre P.9003 has a power reserve of 3 days, and its automatic winding makes this watch very convenient for daily wear. If you acquire this 2014 model presented at the SIHH, you will be amazed by the quality of workmanship and precision.
The small seconds at 9 o'clock also a stop seconds function which allows the time to be set to the precise second. Like all PANERAI-manufacture calibre, this movement is made in the Swiss town of Neuchâtel. The date is displayed at 3 o'clock, and the numbers on the date plate are designed to be readable without a magnifier. Those who frequently switch from one time zone to another, will find the PANERAI Luminor 1950 3 Days GMT 24H Automatic Acciaio especially convenient, and its time zone displays can be precisely aligned and configured.
The PANERAI PAM 531 has a case fashioned from rugged stainless steel, and its highly polished surface measures 44 millimetres in diameter. With fluorescent, Super-LumiNova® coating on the hands, minute- and hour-markers, it is easy to read off the time on the new PANERAI PAM 531, even in darkness.
This PANERAI Luminor 1950 3 Days GMT 24H Automatic Acciaio has a black calf-leather strap with cream stitching which is secured by a pin buckle. PANERAI's represent the utmost quality, and thus such a purchase will mean a lifetime of enjoyable wear. In the years to come, this PANERAI Luminor's timeless elegance will make it an absolute classic among sports watches. It can be worn with any outfit, and the luxurious look of the PAM 531 will grace all occasions. And, with this watch, it is even possible to dive to depths of 300 meters.