The 40mm watch brings Razer’s recognisable identity to Panerai’s iconic Luminor watch with black DLC-coated eSteel case and ‘electric green’ accents found on the small seconds sitting at the nine o’clock position and contrast stitching on its black recycled PET fabric strap.
Razer’s triple-headed snake logo and name are also engraved on the caseback and the crown protector, respectively. To further represent the Razer aesthetic Panerai has created a sandwich dial using grey Super-LumiNova glowing green.
Inside is a P.900 caliber automatic movement with three-day power reserve which presents the date on the dial at the three o’clock.
When the watch brand and gaming peripheral maker announced their partnership back in June, they also announced funding for a Conservation International project to tag and track Manta Rays.
This watch offers further evidence of the sustainability goals of the partnership, featuring recycled steel for the case and PET plastic for the strap. The packaging also consists of 72% recycled material.
The Luminor Quaranta Razer Special Edition – which is limited to 500 pieces – and is out now via Panerai, priced £7,300 GBP (approximately $8,250 USD).
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