When the sport divers’ watches from PANERAI attained great fame in films such as “Daylight” with Silvester Stallone, OFFICINE PANERAI made a major breakthrough with many film stars. The PAM 630 with its white dial reminds you of those times. The Luminor Base Logo Acciaio features a 44mm diameter case made of polished, stainless AISI 316L steel. The closed, brushed-steel caseback is also a very historic detail.
The PAM 630 was presented in Geneva on the occasion of the SIHH 2016. OFFICINE PANERAI have incorporated the famous OP l calibre here. The mechanical, manually-wound calibre delivers enough energy for a 56-hour power reserve when fully-wound. The 16½ lignes movement beats at a rate of 21,600 oscillations per hour. The crown protection bracket on the Luminor Base Logo Acciaio is made of brushed AISI 316L Stahl. This means the PAM 630 is guaranteed watertight to a depth of 300m.
PANERAI divers’ watches are produced in Neuchâtel in Switzerland. Even before the start of the Second World War, inventor Guido Panerai was already an important supplier of divers’ watches to the Italian navy. His inventions made him and his watch business “Orologeria Swizzera” in famous beyond the Italian borders. The PAM 630 Luminor Base Logo Acciaio shows clearly just why the continued development of the OFFICINE PANERAI brand still inspires Paneristi with regard to faithful replication of detail.
PANERAI supply the PAM 630 with a number of special features. The white dial, the light-blue OP logo, the cream-coloured Super LumiNova illuminated points behind the Arabic numerals and the screwed, steel caseback. All of this makes the PANERAI Luminor Base Logo Acciaio a very exclusive timepiece at an extremely attractive price.