Panerai launched the new Luminor Due 38mm watch, which interprets the fashion of modern looks with a casual and urban temperament. The new work interprets Panerai’s tradition of high-precision timepieces integrating excellent performance, aesthetic design, and practical functions, and for the first time, adopts a new light-colored dial color scheme, showing a charming modern style. The new watch adopts a 38mm stainless steel case, and the detailed design of the metal bracelet highlights the watchmaking style of Panerai, which flexibly meets the wearing needs of different occasions in daily urban life.
The delicate and chic sandwich dial details are coated with white Super-LumiNova luminous material, which glows green in the dark. The dial is meticulously polished by a double finishing process, showing a gradient effect from light to night from top to bottom. The new fake watch has three dial styles with different colors- light blue, light green, and fog pink—date display at 3 o’clock and small seconds at 9 o’clock. The dial is engraved with the words “PANERAI,” presenting a chic urban style and also cleverly setting off the new color scheme introduced by Panerai for the first time.
The polished stainless steel case with a diameter of 38 mm has a closed bottom cover design. It is also equipped with a metal bracelet whose shape is inspired by Panerai’s iconic crown bridge protection device. Each link presents the semi-elliptical outline of this classic device, which is alternately polished and frosted to make the replica watch. It is more refined and adds personality to urban looks.
The size and proportions of the new Luminor Due watch have been reimagined to be thinner, lighter, and more fluid. At the same time, it also continues the precise and rigorous mechanical beauty of the representative models of the Panerai calendar, vividly interpreting the exquisite Italian urban style.
The new Luminor Due 38mm watch has a P.900 self-winding mechanical movement and a 3-day power reserve. It is only available at Panerai boutiques, and each eye is limited to 500 pieces per year.