The new collection consists of four different models focusing around a military green dial, paying homage to a period beginning in the late ’30s when the brand became the sole supplier of timepieces for the Royal Italian Navy. Three of the four models come in an AISI 316L steel casing: the Radiomir PAM00995, the Radiomir GMT PAM00998, and the Radiomir GMT Power Reserve PAM00999. All three styles come with automatic calibres by Panerai Manufacture, holding a power reserve of three days, and water resistance of 100 meters. The PAM00995 and the PAM00999 both come with a dark brown “Ponte Vecchio” calf leather strap, whilst the middle PAM00998 model comes equipped with a light tan “Assolutamente” suede calf leather strap.
The final of the four models differentiates itself with a larger 48mm sandblasted black ceramic casing, holding a hand-wound P.3000 calibre. Like the rest of the collection, it also holds a power reserve of three days, and can stay water resistant up to 100 meters. Complementing the black casing is a black “Ponte Vecchio” calf leather strap, detailed with beige stitching.
For those interested, the new Panerai military green Radiomir collection will be available at the company’s boutiques, going for $11,200 USD for the PAM00995, $12,000 USD for the PAM00998, $12,200 USD for the PAM00999, and $13,300 USD for the PAM00997. Head over to Panerai’s site to learn more now.
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