Panerai Luminor Due - PAM00904 Grey Dial
Panerai Luminor Due - PAM00904 Grey Dial
Panerai Luminor Due - PAM00904 Grey Dial
Panerai Luminor Due - PAM00904 Grey Dial

Panerai Luminor Due - PAM00904 Grey Dial

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Brand: Panerai 

Item Number:
 10018

Condition: New with original box and papers

Description: Silver-tone stainless steel case with a brown leather strap. Fixed silver-tone stainless steel bezel. Grey dial with luminous hands and Arabic numeral hour markers. Arabic numerals mark the 6 and 12 o'clock positions. Dial Type: Analog. Luminescent hands and markers. Date display at the 3 o'clock position. One subdial displaying: small second. Panerai Calibre OP XXXIV Automatic movement, containing 25 Jewels, bitting at 28800 vph, and has a power reserve of approximately 72 hours. Scratch resistant sapphire crystal. Pull / push crown. Solid case back. Cushion case shape, case size: 42 mm, case thickness: 11 mm. Band width: 22 mm. Tang clasp. Water resistant at 30 meters / 100 feet. Functions: date, hour, minute, small second. Luminor Series. Luxury watch style. Watch label: Swiss Made. Panerai Luminor Automatic Grey Dial Men's Watch PAM00904.

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Story: Giovanni Panerai opens his first shop in 1860 at “Ponte alle Grazie” in Florence, serving not only as a watch shop and workshop, but also as the city's first watchmaking school: the history of Panerai begins here.
After having used various Florentine locations since 1876, the shop moved to its current location in the 1920's for the reconstruction of the “Ponte alle Grazie”, located in the Archbishop's Palace in front of the Florence Cathedral under the name "OROLOGERIA SVIZZERA", a name that has meant high-quality watches in Florence for over a century. With the increasing involvement in underwater operations, the Navy's requirements become even more specific after the Second World War: military watches had to remain underwater in extreme conditions for long periods of time. In 1954, two new references, the Ref.6152 and the Ref. 6154, were tested.
Some of today's models were inspired by them, as they incorporated some innovations designed to make the construction even more solid and resistant: the case is made from a single block with fixed handles, retaining the cushion shape, with more pronounced edges on the sides. They received a general aesthetic revision of the individual parts and adopted a screw-down winding crown, tubular cylindrical replacing the conical cylindrical of the historic Radiomir.
After careful analysis of the tests, some modifications were made and the definitive reference 6152 1 was born, also with reinforced lugs and made from solid steel from the same block as the case. After a meticulous refurbishment, Panerai's historic boutique is reopened. A restyling of the original Piazza San Giovanni premises in Florence, following the acquisition of the family shop by Officine Panerai. This artisan’s workshop is a meeting point for brand collectors and enthusiasts, who can find not only pieces from the current collection, but also special edition watches and special productions that Panerai reserves exclusively for its boutiques.

Every Watch Has a StoryTM is in no way affiliated with Panerai and does not claim to be. We simply love their products and make them available to our customers who enjoy surrounding themselves with the best of the best.