Officine Panerai releases Luminor 1950 8 Days Chrono Monopulsante GMT
If you are a passionate lover and addict of the big watch brand – Panerai, now it’s the high time for you to rejoice, as the newly released Luminor 1950 8 Days Chrono Monopulsante GMT stands for everything they have come to like in the Italian watchmaker.
reference-numbered as the PAM00275, the model is powered by the P2004, Panerai’s first in-house chronograph caliber and sports the following characters.
8 Day Power reserve
The watch employs three superimposed spring balances to power the item, and the power reserve is presented by Panerai’s exceptional horizontal indicator at 6 o’clock.
The column-wheel chronograph mechanism uses a single button at 8 o’clock to start, stop and reset the chronograph. For greater accuracy, the minute counter of the chronograph at 3 o’clock jumps from one position to the next on the 60th second of each elapsed minute, rare among chronograph indications.
A second central hand points out a second timezone, and an aperture in the sub-dial at 9 o’clock displays AM or PM in that second timezone.
The much appreciated Sandwich dial construction crafted famous by the original Panerai 1950 makes its looking, and adds to the watch’s air of military machismo.
This large watch is armed in the classical Panerai 44mm watch case. For 2008, there will be 500 units of the novel chronograph in steel and 250 units in pink gold. This pleasingly released watch model from the well known watch maker, this term, is surely one of the very good models for the thrilling fans of the brand to enjoy.