With the PAM 574, PANERAI presents a 42mm steel case. The new mechanical movement with the manually-wound calibre P.1000 features a power reserve of 3 days. The case on the Radiomir is based on a design from the 1940’s.
OFFICINE PANERAI stands for very high-quality mechanical watches. The cases have a diameter between 40 and 60mm. With the PAM 574, PANERAI presents a new generation. The Radiomir 1940 3 Days Acciaio has a diameter of 42mm. The light green alligator-leather strap is particularly harmonious. It goes beautifully with the green Super-LumiNova ® luminous numerals and numbers on the sandwich dial.
Guido Panerai developed new divers’ watches for the Italian navy as early as the 1940’s. The model shown here already features the fixed strap lugs of the Luminor range. However, there is no crown-protection. This makes the PAN 574 very discreet and classic on the wrist.
The PANERAI Radiomir 1940 3 Days Acciaio features a case diameter of 42mm and is also very flat in design thanks to the new mechanical manually-wound movement. This gives the watch a very harmonious effect even on small wrists. The small seconds is located at the 9 o’clock position on the sandwich design dial. The case on the Radiomir 1940 with reference PAM 574 is watertight to 100m.
With the 42mm case, OFFICINE PANERAI present a very harmonious watch. The timeless case design also suits smaller wrists perfectly. This gives the Radiomir 1940 3 Days Acciaio a decisive advantage over more substantial 44 and 47mm case sizes. The calibre P.1000 is responsible for the flat design. The PAM 574 is a classic timepiece with a very wearable size. Perfect for the not-so-large wrist.