Panerai has announced this year’s new releases of the Luminor Due Collection. Its design is both stylish, functional and quintessentially modern while staying true to its roots by keeping the cases quite slim with different sizing and innovative updates in its six new models—three of which have the brushed titanium case and blue satiné soleil nish of the dial. All have manufacture movements and changeable straps with an overall, thinner finish.
The Luminor Due 38mm (PAM00926) uses titanium for the first time, while Luminor Due 42mm (PAM00927) is the first model in a titanium case with automatic mechanical movement in this size. The Luminor Due GMT Power reserve 45mm (PAM000964) is the brand’s first 45mm timepiece and uses the Quick Release system to change straps.
The new P.900 calibre with a thickness of 4.2 mm introduced in the 38 mm watches is one of the thinnest automatic movements produced at the Panerai Manufacture in Neuchâtel. Taking this a step further is the P.4002 Calibre in the Luminor Due GMT Power Reserve 45mm (PAM000964), with twin-time zones, dial-side power reserve indication and a 24-hour display with an a.m./p.m. indicator, all of which are included within an incredibly thin movement of 4.8mm thickness.
Prices range from $6,900 to $20,500 USD. Stay up to date with the Italian watchmaker’s releases and browse past collections on Panerai’s website. Discover Opulent Club on Apple News.