Panerei Radiomir 1940 Chronograph Platinum

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   In this new chronograph, the 45mm diameter Radiomir 1940 case has simple and elegant lines, inherited from Panerai around 1940 from the classic Radiomir design with linear lugs to the first Radiomir design began to transform into a more The resolute and robust Luminor 1950 case design process. Every detail of the 1940 case is polished and finished, including two buttons to control the chronograph function, a cylindrical winding crown and a bezel. The bezel surrounds the Plexiglas® glass, which is very similar to the material used by Panerai to create the original model for the Royal Italian Navy.

   The dial design of the new Radiomir 1940 Chronograph is very innovative, inspired by the history of the brand, while also taking into account the function of the watch. The platinum model has an ivory dial with minimalist rod or dot indexes. The new Radiomir 1940 Chronograph is equipped with the OP XXV movement, which is based on the Minerva 13-22 movement. In the 1920s, the Swiss watchmaker was the main supplier of watchmakers in Florence, and Minerva has established a long-term relationship with Panerai since then. The new Radiomir 1940 Chronograph is a limited edition watch created by the brand. Only 50 platinum models are issued. This model has a crocodile leather strap and is water resistant to 50 meters.

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