Officine Panerai adds opulence to the thrill of sailing by unveiling the new Luminor Marina 1950 3 Days Automatic Acciaio.
Luminor Marina 1950 3 Days Automatic Acciaio
Enjoying the seascape
Panerai has re-interpreted the classic design of its Luminor Marina, adding a new metal bracelet. The stainless steel case is further enhanced with the bracelet of the same kind. The slim and lightweight design of the watch is all thanks to the 6mm thick calibre. The movement is clearly visible through the wide sapphire crystal porthole set in the back. A protective device encircles the winding crown, enhancing the masculine appeal of the timepiece. The new dial is black with luminous beige markers. Blue seconds hand adds a dash of pop to the overall sombre look.
The design and finish of the watch is smooth and sophisticated, with clearly defined curves. The watch offers visibility at night and underwater and is offered in a 42 mm and 44 mm.
Strapped for sailing
Luminor Marina 1950 3 Days Automatic Acciaio has a bracelet that makes all the difference! The design harks back to first bracelet created by Panerai in 1999. The bridge-like design of the individual links forms an ergonomic bracelet that sits comfortably on the wrist. The alternating brushed and polished finish of the links complements the look of the watch.
Keeping up with the current rage of interchangeable bracelets, Panerai has installed a patented system in Luminor Marina 1950. The bracelet can be replaced with another strap easily as it can be removed using the push button under each lug by using the special tool supplied. Also available separately, the steel strap is compatible with the Luminor 1950 case of models with the P.9010 movement.