Movement: automatic, calibre with GMT function
Case:steel, 44 mm, black dial, running seconds, month, date and 12 hour recording
Bracelet: comes with two bands: leather and caouchouc
Box, papers: yes
Overview: The OFFICINE PANERAI watches are a natural blend of Italian design, Swiss technology and passion for the sea. The development of the Luminor took place at the end of the second world war. The Luminor is characterized by the crown-protecting bridge, with reinforced wire lugs created from the same block of steel as the case, the cushion-shaped case as in the Radiomir 1940 and the flat, wider bezel. Nowadays the models with this case are known as Luminor 1950.
The Luminor, the Luminor Marina and the Mare Nostrum draw inspiration from the historical models created for Second World War commandos, and immediately become highly sought after items for many collectors and enthusiasts.
In 2005, Officine Panerai launches its first in-house movement, the P.2002: a hand-wound calibre with GMT function and an eight-day power reserve, as in the Angelus movements used in the 1940s. The calibre takes its name from the year in which Officine Panerai inaugurated its production plant, a tribute to the watchmaking art of the Florentine brand.