New Panerai: PAM00389 Luminor Submersible 1950 Amagnatic >>>

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New Panerai: PAM00389 Luminor Submersible 1950 Amagnatic >>>

Joined: January 6th, 2008, 6:16 pm

September 13th, 2012, 12:06 pm #1

Just received this info from Richemont Amsterdam (scroll down for the photos):

<h2>LUMINOR SUBMERSIBLE 1950 AMAGNETIC 3 DAYS AUTOMATIC TITANIO - 47MM</h2>
The creative energy of Officine Panerais Workshop of Ideas is demonstrated in the Luminor
Submersible 1950 Amagnetic 3 Days Automatic Titanio, the new model which is a
novel synthesis of the strict respect for traditional values and authenticity of the Panerai brand,
and the continuous search for technically advanced solutions.

Remarkable resistance to magnetic fields

For Panerai, innovation is above all about functionality, and in the Luminor Submersible 1950
Amagnetic 3 Days Automatic Titanio it is seen in its special case construction which ensures a
remarkable degree of resistance to magnetic fields: 40,000 A/m (ampere per metre), a limit more
than eight times greater than the value specified by the international standards of the Normes
de lIndustrie Horlogère Suisse (NIHS 90-10). Such a high limit is achieved by the use of a special
internal case made of soft iron of the highest purity, which encloses and isolates the movement,
forming a Faraday cage that diverts the flow of magnetic fields. The soft iron case is immediately
beneath the dial, which is made of the same material.
This case structure is useful not only in extreme environmental situations but also in daily life,
in that watches are often exposed to magnetic fields generated by electric charges and
currents emanating from objects in common use, such as household appliances, computers
2 and cell phones. Such magnetic fields can noticeably alter the rate of the watch and even stop
the movement: a possibility that is virtually non-existent in the new Luminor Submersible 1950

New ceramic and titanium bezel

The soft iron internal case of the Luminor Submersible 1950 Amagnetic 3 Days Automatic Titanio
is contained within a classic Luminor Submersible case of brushed titanium, fitted with the lever
bridge which locks the winding crown and thus helps in achieving water-resistance to a depth
of 300 metres. The design of the watch includes a feature which is completely new in Panerai
watches: applied to the rotating titanium bezel, inspired by that of the models made by Panerai
for the Egyptian Navy in the 1950s, is a disc of opaque black ceramic, on which the linear and
dot-shaped titanium markers are fixed. The bezel rotates only in a clockwise direction, to prevent
accidental movement interfering with the measurement of the time of the dive.

Movement:
Automatic mechanical, Panerai P.9000 calibre, executed entirely by Panerai, 13¾ lignes, 7.9 mm thick, 28 jewels, Glucydur® balance, 28,800 alternations/hour.
Incabloc® anti-shock device. Power reserve 3 days, two barrels. 197 components.

Functions:
Hours, minutes, small seconds, date, calculation of immersion time.

Case:
Diameter 47 mm, brushed titanium.

Bezel:
Anti-clockwise unidirectional rotating bezel in ceramic and brushed titanium with polished edges, graduated scale for calculating the time of immersion and ratchet click at minute intervals.

Back:
Screw, titanium.

Device protecting the crown:
(protected as a trademark) Brushed titanium.

Dial:
Black with applied luminous hour markers.
Date at 3 oclock, seconds at 9 oclock.
Crystal: Sapphire, formed of corundum, 3.2 mm thick. Anti-reflective coating.

Water- resistance:
30 bar (~ 300 metres).

Strap:
PANERAI personalised rubber strap and large-size brushed titanium buckle. Supplied with a second interchangeable strap, a tool to change the strap and a steel screwdriver.


<h2>Available this October, priced at 8900 Euro</h2>

On to the (press) photos...











Cheers,
Martin

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September 13th, 2012, 12:16 pm #2

they are really 'sticking' to their guns with this stick dial for the subs. I wish they would bring the 12 & the 6 back...I miss them

Great photos as always Martin!

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September 13th, 2012, 12:29 pm #3



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September 13th, 2012, 12:32 pm #4

thanks for the post

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September 13th, 2012, 12:37 pm #5

Just received this info from Richemont Amsterdam (scroll down for the photos):

<h2>LUMINOR SUBMERSIBLE 1950 AMAGNETIC 3 DAYS AUTOMATIC TITANIO - 47MM</h2>
The creative energy of Officine Panerais Workshop of Ideas is demonstrated in the Luminor
Submersible 1950 Amagnetic 3 Days Automatic Titanio, the new model which is a
novel synthesis of the strict respect for traditional values and authenticity of the Panerai brand,
and the continuous search for technically advanced solutions.

Remarkable resistance to magnetic fields

For Panerai, innovation is above all about functionality, and in the Luminor Submersible 1950
Amagnetic 3 Days Automatic Titanio it is seen in its special case construction which ensures a
remarkable degree of resistance to magnetic fields: 40,000 A/m (ampere per metre), a limit more
than eight times greater than the value specified by the international standards of the Normes
de lIndustrie Horlogère Suisse (NIHS 90-10). Such a high limit is achieved by the use of a special
internal case made of soft iron of the highest purity, which encloses and isolates the movement,
forming a Faraday cage that diverts the flow of magnetic fields. The soft iron case is immediately
beneath the dial, which is made of the same material.
This case structure is useful not only in extreme environmental situations but also in daily life,
in that watches are often exposed to magnetic fields generated by electric charges and
currents emanating from objects in common use, such as household appliances, computers
2 and cell phones. Such magnetic fields can noticeably alter the rate of the watch and even stop
the movement: a possibility that is virtually non-existent in the new Luminor Submersible 1950

New ceramic and titanium bezel

The soft iron internal case of the Luminor Submersible 1950 Amagnetic 3 Days Automatic Titanio
is contained within a classic Luminor Submersible case of brushed titanium, fitted with the lever
bridge which locks the winding crown and thus helps in achieving water-resistance to a depth
of 300 metres. The design of the watch includes a feature which is completely new in Panerai
watches: applied to the rotating titanium bezel, inspired by that of the models made by Panerai
for the Egyptian Navy in the 1950s, is a disc of opaque black ceramic, on which the linear and
dot-shaped titanium markers are fixed. The bezel rotates only in a clockwise direction, to prevent
accidental movement interfering with the measurement of the time of the dive.

Movement:
Automatic mechanical, Panerai P.9000 calibre, executed entirely by Panerai, 13¾ lignes, 7.9 mm thick, 28 jewels, Glucydur® balance, 28,800 alternations/hour.
Incabloc® anti-shock device. Power reserve 3 days, two barrels. 197 components.

Functions:
Hours, minutes, small seconds, date, calculation of immersion time.

Case:
Diameter 47 mm, brushed titanium.

Bezel:
Anti-clockwise unidirectional rotating bezel in ceramic and brushed titanium with polished edges, graduated scale for calculating the time of immersion and ratchet click at minute intervals.

Back:
Screw, titanium.

Device protecting the crown:
(protected as a trademark) Brushed titanium.

Dial:
Black with applied luminous hour markers.
Date at 3 oclock, seconds at 9 oclock.
Crystal: Sapphire, formed of corundum, 3.2 mm thick. Anti-reflective coating.

Water- resistance:
30 bar (~ 300 metres).

Strap:
PANERAI personalised rubber strap and large-size brushed titanium buckle. Supplied with a second interchangeable strap, a tool to change the strap and a steel screwdriver.


<h2>Available this October, priced at 8900 Euro</h2>

On to the (press) photos...











Cheers,
Martin

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Panerai needed something anti-magnetic and the use of a black bezel fills a hole in their line-up, as black bezels have become increasingly popular in the market.

I really like how the bezel tones down the size of the watch which might make it more wearable for many. Great new addition.
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September 13th, 2012, 12:37 pm #6

Just received this info from Richemont Amsterdam (scroll down for the photos):

<h2>LUMINOR SUBMERSIBLE 1950 AMAGNETIC 3 DAYS AUTOMATIC TITANIO - 47MM</h2>
The creative energy of Officine Panerais Workshop of Ideas is demonstrated in the Luminor
Submersible 1950 Amagnetic 3 Days Automatic Titanio, the new model which is a
novel synthesis of the strict respect for traditional values and authenticity of the Panerai brand,
and the continuous search for technically advanced solutions.

Remarkable resistance to magnetic fields

For Panerai, innovation is above all about functionality, and in the Luminor Submersible 1950
Amagnetic 3 Days Automatic Titanio it is seen in its special case construction which ensures a
remarkable degree of resistance to magnetic fields: 40,000 A/m (ampere per metre), a limit more
than eight times greater than the value specified by the international standards of the Normes
de lIndustrie Horlogère Suisse (NIHS 90-10). Such a high limit is achieved by the use of a special
internal case made of soft iron of the highest purity, which encloses and isolates the movement,
forming a Faraday cage that diverts the flow of magnetic fields. The soft iron case is immediately
beneath the dial, which is made of the same material.
This case structure is useful not only in extreme environmental situations but also in daily life,
in that watches are often exposed to magnetic fields generated by electric charges and
currents emanating from objects in common use, such as household appliances, computers
2 and cell phones. Such magnetic fields can noticeably alter the rate of the watch and even stop
the movement: a possibility that is virtually non-existent in the new Luminor Submersible 1950

New ceramic and titanium bezel

The soft iron internal case of the Luminor Submersible 1950 Amagnetic 3 Days Automatic Titanio
is contained within a classic Luminor Submersible case of brushed titanium, fitted with the lever
bridge which locks the winding crown and thus helps in achieving water-resistance to a depth
of 300 metres. The design of the watch includes a feature which is completely new in Panerai
watches: applied to the rotating titanium bezel, inspired by that of the models made by Panerai
for the Egyptian Navy in the 1950s, is a disc of opaque black ceramic, on which the linear and
dot-shaped titanium markers are fixed. The bezel rotates only in a clockwise direction, to prevent
accidental movement interfering with the measurement of the time of the dive.

Movement:
Automatic mechanical, Panerai P.9000 calibre, executed entirely by Panerai, 13¾ lignes, 7.9 mm thick, 28 jewels, Glucydur® balance, 28,800 alternations/hour.
Incabloc® anti-shock device. Power reserve 3 days, two barrels. 197 components.

Functions:
Hours, minutes, small seconds, date, calculation of immersion time.

Case:
Diameter 47 mm, brushed titanium.

Bezel:
Anti-clockwise unidirectional rotating bezel in ceramic and brushed titanium with polished edges, graduated scale for calculating the time of immersion and ratchet click at minute intervals.

Back:
Screw, titanium.

Device protecting the crown:
(protected as a trademark) Brushed titanium.

Dial:
Black with applied luminous hour markers.
Date at 3 oclock, seconds at 9 oclock.
Crystal: Sapphire, formed of corundum, 3.2 mm thick. Anti-reflective coating.

Water- resistance:
30 bar (~ 300 metres).

Strap:
PANERAI personalised rubber strap and large-size brushed titanium buckle. Supplied with a second interchangeable strap, a tool to change the strap and a steel screwdriver.


<h2>Available this October, priced at 8900 Euro</h2>

On to the (press) photos...











Cheers,
Martin

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I like it but it looks a bit Rolex/Tudor like
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September 13th, 2012, 12:43 pm #7

Just received this info from Richemont Amsterdam (scroll down for the photos):

<h2>LUMINOR SUBMERSIBLE 1950 AMAGNETIC 3 DAYS AUTOMATIC TITANIO - 47MM</h2>
The creative energy of Officine Panerais Workshop of Ideas is demonstrated in the Luminor
Submersible 1950 Amagnetic 3 Days Automatic Titanio, the new model which is a
novel synthesis of the strict respect for traditional values and authenticity of the Panerai brand,
and the continuous search for technically advanced solutions.

Remarkable resistance to magnetic fields

For Panerai, innovation is above all about functionality, and in the Luminor Submersible 1950
Amagnetic 3 Days Automatic Titanio it is seen in its special case construction which ensures a
remarkable degree of resistance to magnetic fields: 40,000 A/m (ampere per metre), a limit more
than eight times greater than the value specified by the international standards of the Normes
de lIndustrie Horlogère Suisse (NIHS 90-10). Such a high limit is achieved by the use of a special
internal case made of soft iron of the highest purity, which encloses and isolates the movement,
forming a Faraday cage that diverts the flow of magnetic fields. The soft iron case is immediately
beneath the dial, which is made of the same material.
This case structure is useful not only in extreme environmental situations but also in daily life,
in that watches are often exposed to magnetic fields generated by electric charges and
currents emanating from objects in common use, such as household appliances, computers
2 and cell phones. Such magnetic fields can noticeably alter the rate of the watch and even stop
the movement: a possibility that is virtually non-existent in the new Luminor Submersible 1950

New ceramic and titanium bezel

The soft iron internal case of the Luminor Submersible 1950 Amagnetic 3 Days Automatic Titanio
is contained within a classic Luminor Submersible case of brushed titanium, fitted with the lever
bridge which locks the winding crown and thus helps in achieving water-resistance to a depth
of 300 metres. The design of the watch includes a feature which is completely new in Panerai
watches: applied to the rotating titanium bezel, inspired by that of the models made by Panerai
for the Egyptian Navy in the 1950s, is a disc of opaque black ceramic, on which the linear and
dot-shaped titanium markers are fixed. The bezel rotates only in a clockwise direction, to prevent
accidental movement interfering with the measurement of the time of the dive.

Movement:
Automatic mechanical, Panerai P.9000 calibre, executed entirely by Panerai, 13¾ lignes, 7.9 mm thick, 28 jewels, Glucydur® balance, 28,800 alternations/hour.
Incabloc® anti-shock device. Power reserve 3 days, two barrels. 197 components.

Functions:
Hours, minutes, small seconds, date, calculation of immersion time.

Case:
Diameter 47 mm, brushed titanium.

Bezel:
Anti-clockwise unidirectional rotating bezel in ceramic and brushed titanium with polished edges, graduated scale for calculating the time of immersion and ratchet click at minute intervals.

Back:
Screw, titanium.

Device protecting the crown:
(protected as a trademark) Brushed titanium.

Dial:
Black with applied luminous hour markers.
Date at 3 oclock, seconds at 9 oclock.
Crystal: Sapphire, formed of corundum, 3.2 mm thick. Anti-reflective coating.

Water- resistance:
30 bar (~ 300 metres).

Strap:
PANERAI personalised rubber strap and large-size brushed titanium buckle. Supplied with a second interchangeable strap, a tool to change the strap and a steel screwdriver.


<h2>Available this October, priced at 8900 Euro</h2>

On to the (press) photos...











Cheers,
Martin

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For this price point )

Me likey a lot!

Would you know if this will be available in the US at the same time Martin.

Thanks for sharing mate!

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September 13th, 2012, 12:54 pm #8

Just received this info from Richemont Amsterdam (scroll down for the photos):

<h2>LUMINOR SUBMERSIBLE 1950 AMAGNETIC 3 DAYS AUTOMATIC TITANIO - 47MM</h2>
The creative energy of Officine Panerais Workshop of Ideas is demonstrated in the Luminor
Submersible 1950 Amagnetic 3 Days Automatic Titanio, the new model which is a
novel synthesis of the strict respect for traditional values and authenticity of the Panerai brand,
and the continuous search for technically advanced solutions.

Remarkable resistance to magnetic fields

For Panerai, innovation is above all about functionality, and in the Luminor Submersible 1950
Amagnetic 3 Days Automatic Titanio it is seen in its special case construction which ensures a
remarkable degree of resistance to magnetic fields: 40,000 A/m (ampere per metre), a limit more
than eight times greater than the value specified by the international standards of the Normes
de lIndustrie Horlogère Suisse (NIHS 90-10). Such a high limit is achieved by the use of a special
internal case made of soft iron of the highest purity, which encloses and isolates the movement,
forming a Faraday cage that diverts the flow of magnetic fields. The soft iron case is immediately
beneath the dial, which is made of the same material.
This case structure is useful not only in extreme environmental situations but also in daily life,
in that watches are often exposed to magnetic fields generated by electric charges and
currents emanating from objects in common use, such as household appliances, computers
2 and cell phones. Such magnetic fields can noticeably alter the rate of the watch and even stop
the movement: a possibility that is virtually non-existent in the new Luminor Submersible 1950

New ceramic and titanium bezel

The soft iron internal case of the Luminor Submersible 1950 Amagnetic 3 Days Automatic Titanio
is contained within a classic Luminor Submersible case of brushed titanium, fitted with the lever
bridge which locks the winding crown and thus helps in achieving water-resistance to a depth
of 300 metres. The design of the watch includes a feature which is completely new in Panerai
watches: applied to the rotating titanium bezel, inspired by that of the models made by Panerai
for the Egyptian Navy in the 1950s, is a disc of opaque black ceramic, on which the linear and
dot-shaped titanium markers are fixed. The bezel rotates only in a clockwise direction, to prevent
accidental movement interfering with the measurement of the time of the dive.

Movement:
Automatic mechanical, Panerai P.9000 calibre, executed entirely by Panerai, 13¾ lignes, 7.9 mm thick, 28 jewels, Glucydur® balance, 28,800 alternations/hour.
Incabloc® anti-shock device. Power reserve 3 days, two barrels. 197 components.

Functions:
Hours, minutes, small seconds, date, calculation of immersion time.

Case:
Diameter 47 mm, brushed titanium.

Bezel:
Anti-clockwise unidirectional rotating bezel in ceramic and brushed titanium with polished edges, graduated scale for calculating the time of immersion and ratchet click at minute intervals.

Back:
Screw, titanium.

Device protecting the crown:
(protected as a trademark) Brushed titanium.

Dial:
Black with applied luminous hour markers.
Date at 3 oclock, seconds at 9 oclock.
Crystal: Sapphire, formed of corundum, 3.2 mm thick. Anti-reflective coating.

Water- resistance:
30 bar (~ 300 metres).

Strap:
PANERAI personalised rubber strap and large-size brushed titanium buckle. Supplied with a second interchangeable strap, a tool to change the strap and a steel screwdriver.


<h2>Available this October, priced at 8900 Euro</h2>

On to the (press) photos...











Cheers,
Martin

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mixing green with fauxtina? not so much. Also, If they had one more line of text on the dial, it could qualify as a short story.

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September 13th, 2012, 1:15 pm #9

Just received this info from Richemont Amsterdam (scroll down for the photos):

<h2>LUMINOR SUBMERSIBLE 1950 AMAGNETIC 3 DAYS AUTOMATIC TITANIO - 47MM</h2>
The creative energy of Officine Panerais Workshop of Ideas is demonstrated in the Luminor
Submersible 1950 Amagnetic 3 Days Automatic Titanio, the new model which is a
novel synthesis of the strict respect for traditional values and authenticity of the Panerai brand,
and the continuous search for technically advanced solutions.

Remarkable resistance to magnetic fields

For Panerai, innovation is above all about functionality, and in the Luminor Submersible 1950
Amagnetic 3 Days Automatic Titanio it is seen in its special case construction which ensures a
remarkable degree of resistance to magnetic fields: 40,000 A/m (ampere per metre), a limit more
than eight times greater than the value specified by the international standards of the Normes
de lIndustrie Horlogère Suisse (NIHS 90-10). Such a high limit is achieved by the use of a special
internal case made of soft iron of the highest purity, which encloses and isolates the movement,
forming a Faraday cage that diverts the flow of magnetic fields. The soft iron case is immediately
beneath the dial, which is made of the same material.
This case structure is useful not only in extreme environmental situations but also in daily life,
in that watches are often exposed to magnetic fields generated by electric charges and
currents emanating from objects in common use, such as household appliances, computers
2 and cell phones. Such magnetic fields can noticeably alter the rate of the watch and even stop
the movement: a possibility that is virtually non-existent in the new Luminor Submersible 1950

New ceramic and titanium bezel

The soft iron internal case of the Luminor Submersible 1950 Amagnetic 3 Days Automatic Titanio
is contained within a classic Luminor Submersible case of brushed titanium, fitted with the lever
bridge which locks the winding crown and thus helps in achieving water-resistance to a depth
of 300 metres. The design of the watch includes a feature which is completely new in Panerai
watches: applied to the rotating titanium bezel, inspired by that of the models made by Panerai
for the Egyptian Navy in the 1950s, is a disc of opaque black ceramic, on which the linear and
dot-shaped titanium markers are fixed. The bezel rotates only in a clockwise direction, to prevent
accidental movement interfering with the measurement of the time of the dive.

Movement:
Automatic mechanical, Panerai P.9000 calibre, executed entirely by Panerai, 13¾ lignes, 7.9 mm thick, 28 jewels, Glucydur® balance, 28,800 alternations/hour.
Incabloc® anti-shock device. Power reserve 3 days, two barrels. 197 components.

Functions:
Hours, minutes, small seconds, date, calculation of immersion time.

Case:
Diameter 47 mm, brushed titanium.

Bezel:
Anti-clockwise unidirectional rotating bezel in ceramic and brushed titanium with polished edges, graduated scale for calculating the time of immersion and ratchet click at minute intervals.

Back:
Screw, titanium.

Device protecting the crown:
(protected as a trademark) Brushed titanium.

Dial:
Black with applied luminous hour markers.
Date at 3 oclock, seconds at 9 oclock.
Crystal: Sapphire, formed of corundum, 3.2 mm thick. Anti-reflective coating.

Water- resistance:
30 bar (~ 300 metres).

Strap:
PANERAI personalised rubber strap and large-size brushed titanium buckle. Supplied with a second interchangeable strap, a tool to change the strap and a steel screwdriver.


<h2>Available this October, priced at 8900 Euro</h2>

On to the (press) photos...











Cheers,
Martin

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Hello,
Remember this case (305) is the most petite of all the 47mm subs..........
If they really wanted a bang they would have come out with a much more robust case.

Jonathan
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September 13th, 2012, 1:19 pm #10

Just received this info from Richemont Amsterdam (scroll down for the photos):

<h2>LUMINOR SUBMERSIBLE 1950 AMAGNETIC 3 DAYS AUTOMATIC TITANIO - 47MM</h2>
The creative energy of Officine Panerais Workshop of Ideas is demonstrated in the Luminor
Submersible 1950 Amagnetic 3 Days Automatic Titanio, the new model which is a
novel synthesis of the strict respect for traditional values and authenticity of the Panerai brand,
and the continuous search for technically advanced solutions.

Remarkable resistance to magnetic fields

For Panerai, innovation is above all about functionality, and in the Luminor Submersible 1950
Amagnetic 3 Days Automatic Titanio it is seen in its special case construction which ensures a
remarkable degree of resistance to magnetic fields: 40,000 A/m (ampere per metre), a limit more
than eight times greater than the value specified by the international standards of the Normes
de lIndustrie Horlogère Suisse (NIHS 90-10). Such a high limit is achieved by the use of a special
internal case made of soft iron of the highest purity, which encloses and isolates the movement,
forming a Faraday cage that diverts the flow of magnetic fields. The soft iron case is immediately
beneath the dial, which is made of the same material.
This case structure is useful not only in extreme environmental situations but also in daily life,
in that watches are often exposed to magnetic fields generated by electric charges and
currents emanating from objects in common use, such as household appliances, computers
2 and cell phones. Such magnetic fields can noticeably alter the rate of the watch and even stop
the movement: a possibility that is virtually non-existent in the new Luminor Submersible 1950

New ceramic and titanium bezel

The soft iron internal case of the Luminor Submersible 1950 Amagnetic 3 Days Automatic Titanio
is contained within a classic Luminor Submersible case of brushed titanium, fitted with the lever
bridge which locks the winding crown and thus helps in achieving water-resistance to a depth
of 300 metres. The design of the watch includes a feature which is completely new in Panerai
watches: applied to the rotating titanium bezel, inspired by that of the models made by Panerai
for the Egyptian Navy in the 1950s, is a disc of opaque black ceramic, on which the linear and
dot-shaped titanium markers are fixed. The bezel rotates only in a clockwise direction, to prevent
accidental movement interfering with the measurement of the time of the dive.

Movement:
Automatic mechanical, Panerai P.9000 calibre, executed entirely by Panerai, 13¾ lignes, 7.9 mm thick, 28 jewels, Glucydur® balance, 28,800 alternations/hour.
Incabloc® anti-shock device. Power reserve 3 days, two barrels. 197 components.

Functions:
Hours, minutes, small seconds, date, calculation of immersion time.

Case:
Diameter 47 mm, brushed titanium.

Bezel:
Anti-clockwise unidirectional rotating bezel in ceramic and brushed titanium with polished edges, graduated scale for calculating the time of immersion and ratchet click at minute intervals.

Back:
Screw, titanium.

Device protecting the crown:
(protected as a trademark) Brushed titanium.

Dial:
Black with applied luminous hour markers.
Date at 3 oclock, seconds at 9 oclock.
Crystal: Sapphire, formed of corundum, 3.2 mm thick. Anti-reflective coating.

Water- resistance:
30 bar (~ 300 metres).

Strap:
PANERAI personalised rubber strap and large-size brushed titanium buckle. Supplied with a second interchangeable strap, a tool to change the strap and a steel screwdriver.


<h2>Available this October, priced at 8900 Euro</h2>

On to the (press) photos...











Cheers,
Martin

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You start injecting signature elements of other marque's design into the minimalist framework that is OP, and you end up with what looks like a toy watch. Congratulations, Richemont, if there was any doubt that you've jumped the shark with 2010>> OP lineup, this has now been put to rest.
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September 13th, 2012, 1:27 pm #11

Just received this info from Richemont Amsterdam (scroll down for the photos):

<h2>LUMINOR SUBMERSIBLE 1950 AMAGNETIC 3 DAYS AUTOMATIC TITANIO - 47MM</h2>
The creative energy of Officine Panerais Workshop of Ideas is demonstrated in the Luminor
Submersible 1950 Amagnetic 3 Days Automatic Titanio, the new model which is a
novel synthesis of the strict respect for traditional values and authenticity of the Panerai brand,
and the continuous search for technically advanced solutions.

Remarkable resistance to magnetic fields

For Panerai, innovation is above all about functionality, and in the Luminor Submersible 1950
Amagnetic 3 Days Automatic Titanio it is seen in its special case construction which ensures a
remarkable degree of resistance to magnetic fields: 40,000 A/m (ampere per metre), a limit more
than eight times greater than the value specified by the international standards of the Normes
de lIndustrie Horlogère Suisse (NIHS 90-10). Such a high limit is achieved by the use of a special
internal case made of soft iron of the highest purity, which encloses and isolates the movement,
forming a Faraday cage that diverts the flow of magnetic fields. The soft iron case is immediately
beneath the dial, which is made of the same material.
This case structure is useful not only in extreme environmental situations but also in daily life,
in that watches are often exposed to magnetic fields generated by electric charges and
currents emanating from objects in common use, such as household appliances, computers
2 and cell phones. Such magnetic fields can noticeably alter the rate of the watch and even stop
the movement: a possibility that is virtually non-existent in the new Luminor Submersible 1950

New ceramic and titanium bezel

The soft iron internal case of the Luminor Submersible 1950 Amagnetic 3 Days Automatic Titanio
is contained within a classic Luminor Submersible case of brushed titanium, fitted with the lever
bridge which locks the winding crown and thus helps in achieving water-resistance to a depth
of 300 metres. The design of the watch includes a feature which is completely new in Panerai
watches: applied to the rotating titanium bezel, inspired by that of the models made by Panerai
for the Egyptian Navy in the 1950s, is a disc of opaque black ceramic, on which the linear and
dot-shaped titanium markers are fixed. The bezel rotates only in a clockwise direction, to prevent
accidental movement interfering with the measurement of the time of the dive.

Movement:
Automatic mechanical, Panerai P.9000 calibre, executed entirely by Panerai, 13¾ lignes, 7.9 mm thick, 28 jewels, Glucydur® balance, 28,800 alternations/hour.
Incabloc® anti-shock device. Power reserve 3 days, two barrels. 197 components.

Functions:
Hours, minutes, small seconds, date, calculation of immersion time.

Case:
Diameter 47 mm, brushed titanium.

Bezel:
Anti-clockwise unidirectional rotating bezel in ceramic and brushed titanium with polished edges, graduated scale for calculating the time of immersion and ratchet click at minute intervals.

Back:
Screw, titanium.

Device protecting the crown:
(protected as a trademark) Brushed titanium.

Dial:
Black with applied luminous hour markers.
Date at 3 oclock, seconds at 9 oclock.
Crystal: Sapphire, formed of corundum, 3.2 mm thick. Anti-reflective coating.

Water- resistance:
30 bar (~ 300 metres).

Strap:
PANERAI personalised rubber strap and large-size brushed titanium buckle. Supplied with a second interchangeable strap, a tool to change the strap and a steel screwdriver.


<h2>Available this October, priced at 8900 Euro</h2>

On to the (press) photos...











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Martin

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But do think the bezel is nice for a contemporary Panerai.

Cheers...

Michael

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September 13th, 2012, 1:39 pm #12

Just received this info from Richemont Amsterdam (scroll down for the photos):

<h2>LUMINOR SUBMERSIBLE 1950 AMAGNETIC 3 DAYS AUTOMATIC TITANIO - 47MM</h2>
The creative energy of Officine Panerais Workshop of Ideas is demonstrated in the Luminor
Submersible 1950 Amagnetic 3 Days Automatic Titanio, the new model which is a
novel synthesis of the strict respect for traditional values and authenticity of the Panerai brand,
and the continuous search for technically advanced solutions.

Remarkable resistance to magnetic fields

For Panerai, innovation is above all about functionality, and in the Luminor Submersible 1950
Amagnetic 3 Days Automatic Titanio it is seen in its special case construction which ensures a
remarkable degree of resistance to magnetic fields: 40,000 A/m (ampere per metre), a limit more
than eight times greater than the value specified by the international standards of the Normes
de lIndustrie Horlogère Suisse (NIHS 90-10). Such a high limit is achieved by the use of a special
internal case made of soft iron of the highest purity, which encloses and isolates the movement,
forming a Faraday cage that diverts the flow of magnetic fields. The soft iron case is immediately
beneath the dial, which is made of the same material.
This case structure is useful not only in extreme environmental situations but also in daily life,
in that watches are often exposed to magnetic fields generated by electric charges and
currents emanating from objects in common use, such as household appliances, computers
2 and cell phones. Such magnetic fields can noticeably alter the rate of the watch and even stop
the movement: a possibility that is virtually non-existent in the new Luminor Submersible 1950

New ceramic and titanium bezel

The soft iron internal case of the Luminor Submersible 1950 Amagnetic 3 Days Automatic Titanio
is contained within a classic Luminor Submersible case of brushed titanium, fitted with the lever
bridge which locks the winding crown and thus helps in achieving water-resistance to a depth
of 300 metres. The design of the watch includes a feature which is completely new in Panerai
watches: applied to the rotating titanium bezel, inspired by that of the models made by Panerai
for the Egyptian Navy in the 1950s, is a disc of opaque black ceramic, on which the linear and
dot-shaped titanium markers are fixed. The bezel rotates only in a clockwise direction, to prevent
accidental movement interfering with the measurement of the time of the dive.

Movement:
Automatic mechanical, Panerai P.9000 calibre, executed entirely by Panerai, 13¾ lignes, 7.9 mm thick, 28 jewels, Glucydur® balance, 28,800 alternations/hour.
Incabloc® anti-shock device. Power reserve 3 days, two barrels. 197 components.

Functions:
Hours, minutes, small seconds, date, calculation of immersion time.

Case:
Diameter 47 mm, brushed titanium.

Bezel:
Anti-clockwise unidirectional rotating bezel in ceramic and brushed titanium with polished edges, graduated scale for calculating the time of immersion and ratchet click at minute intervals.

Back:
Screw, titanium.

Device protecting the crown:
(protected as a trademark) Brushed titanium.

Dial:
Black with applied luminous hour markers.
Date at 3 oclock, seconds at 9 oclock.
Crystal: Sapphire, formed of corundum, 3.2 mm thick. Anti-reflective coating.

Water- resistance:
30 bar (~ 300 metres).

Strap:
PANERAI personalised rubber strap and large-size brushed titanium buckle. Supplied with a second interchangeable strap, a tool to change the strap and a steel screwdriver.


<h2>Available this October, priced at 8900 Euro</h2>

On to the (press) photos...











Cheers,
Martin

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September 13th, 2012, 1:58 pm #13

Just received this info from Richemont Amsterdam (scroll down for the photos):

<h2>LUMINOR SUBMERSIBLE 1950 AMAGNETIC 3 DAYS AUTOMATIC TITANIO - 47MM</h2>
The creative energy of Officine Panerais Workshop of Ideas is demonstrated in the Luminor
Submersible 1950 Amagnetic 3 Days Automatic Titanio, the new model which is a
novel synthesis of the strict respect for traditional values and authenticity of the Panerai brand,
and the continuous search for technically advanced solutions.

Remarkable resistance to magnetic fields

For Panerai, innovation is above all about functionality, and in the Luminor Submersible 1950
Amagnetic 3 Days Automatic Titanio it is seen in its special case construction which ensures a
remarkable degree of resistance to magnetic fields: 40,000 A/m (ampere per metre), a limit more
than eight times greater than the value specified by the international standards of the Normes
de lIndustrie Horlogère Suisse (NIHS 90-10). Such a high limit is achieved by the use of a special
internal case made of soft iron of the highest purity, which encloses and isolates the movement,
forming a Faraday cage that diverts the flow of magnetic fields. The soft iron case is immediately
beneath the dial, which is made of the same material.
This case structure is useful not only in extreme environmental situations but also in daily life,
in that watches are often exposed to magnetic fields generated by electric charges and
currents emanating from objects in common use, such as household appliances, computers
2 and cell phones. Such magnetic fields can noticeably alter the rate of the watch and even stop
the movement: a possibility that is virtually non-existent in the new Luminor Submersible 1950

New ceramic and titanium bezel

The soft iron internal case of the Luminor Submersible 1950 Amagnetic 3 Days Automatic Titanio
is contained within a classic Luminor Submersible case of brushed titanium, fitted with the lever
bridge which locks the winding crown and thus helps in achieving water-resistance to a depth
of 300 metres. The design of the watch includes a feature which is completely new in Panerai
watches: applied to the rotating titanium bezel, inspired by that of the models made by Panerai
for the Egyptian Navy in the 1950s, is a disc of opaque black ceramic, on which the linear and
dot-shaped titanium markers are fixed. The bezel rotates only in a clockwise direction, to prevent
accidental movement interfering with the measurement of the time of the dive.

Movement:
Automatic mechanical, Panerai P.9000 calibre, executed entirely by Panerai, 13¾ lignes, 7.9 mm thick, 28 jewels, Glucydur® balance, 28,800 alternations/hour.
Incabloc® anti-shock device. Power reserve 3 days, two barrels. 197 components.

Functions:
Hours, minutes, small seconds, date, calculation of immersion time.

Case:
Diameter 47 mm, brushed titanium.

Bezel:
Anti-clockwise unidirectional rotating bezel in ceramic and brushed titanium with polished edges, graduated scale for calculating the time of immersion and ratchet click at minute intervals.

Back:
Screw, titanium.

Device protecting the crown:
(protected as a trademark) Brushed titanium.

Dial:
Black with applied luminous hour markers.
Date at 3 oclock, seconds at 9 oclock.
Crystal: Sapphire, formed of corundum, 3.2 mm thick. Anti-reflective coating.

Water- resistance:
30 bar (~ 300 metres).

Strap:
PANERAI personalised rubber strap and large-size brushed titanium buckle. Supplied with a second interchangeable strap, a tool to change the strap and a steel screwdriver.


<h2>Available this October, priced at 8900 Euro</h2>

On to the (press) photos...











Cheers,
Martin

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September 13th, 2012, 2:30 pm #14

Just received this info from Richemont Amsterdam (scroll down for the photos):

<h2>LUMINOR SUBMERSIBLE 1950 AMAGNETIC 3 DAYS AUTOMATIC TITANIO - 47MM</h2>
The creative energy of Officine Panerais Workshop of Ideas is demonstrated in the Luminor
Submersible 1950 Amagnetic 3 Days Automatic Titanio, the new model which is a
novel synthesis of the strict respect for traditional values and authenticity of the Panerai brand,
and the continuous search for technically advanced solutions.

Remarkable resistance to magnetic fields

For Panerai, innovation is above all about functionality, and in the Luminor Submersible 1950
Amagnetic 3 Days Automatic Titanio it is seen in its special case construction which ensures a
remarkable degree of resistance to magnetic fields: 40,000 A/m (ampere per metre), a limit more
than eight times greater than the value specified by the international standards of the Normes
de lIndustrie Horlogère Suisse (NIHS 90-10). Such a high limit is achieved by the use of a special
internal case made of soft iron of the highest purity, which encloses and isolates the movement,
forming a Faraday cage that diverts the flow of magnetic fields. The soft iron case is immediately
beneath the dial, which is made of the same material.
This case structure is useful not only in extreme environmental situations but also in daily life,
in that watches are often exposed to magnetic fields generated by electric charges and
currents emanating from objects in common use, such as household appliances, computers
2 and cell phones. Such magnetic fields can noticeably alter the rate of the watch and even stop
the movement: a possibility that is virtually non-existent in the new Luminor Submersible 1950

New ceramic and titanium bezel

The soft iron internal case of the Luminor Submersible 1950 Amagnetic 3 Days Automatic Titanio
is contained within a classic Luminor Submersible case of brushed titanium, fitted with the lever
bridge which locks the winding crown and thus helps in achieving water-resistance to a depth
of 300 metres. The design of the watch includes a feature which is completely new in Panerai
watches: applied to the rotating titanium bezel, inspired by that of the models made by Panerai
for the Egyptian Navy in the 1950s, is a disc of opaque black ceramic, on which the linear and
dot-shaped titanium markers are fixed. The bezel rotates only in a clockwise direction, to prevent
accidental movement interfering with the measurement of the time of the dive.

Movement:
Automatic mechanical, Panerai P.9000 calibre, executed entirely by Panerai, 13¾ lignes, 7.9 mm thick, 28 jewels, Glucydur® balance, 28,800 alternations/hour.
Incabloc® anti-shock device. Power reserve 3 days, two barrels. 197 components.

Functions:
Hours, minutes, small seconds, date, calculation of immersion time.

Case:
Diameter 47 mm, brushed titanium.

Bezel:
Anti-clockwise unidirectional rotating bezel in ceramic and brushed titanium with polished edges, graduated scale for calculating the time of immersion and ratchet click at minute intervals.

Back:
Screw, titanium.

Device protecting the crown:
(protected as a trademark) Brushed titanium.

Dial:
Black with applied luminous hour markers.
Date at 3 oclock, seconds at 9 oclock.
Crystal: Sapphire, formed of corundum, 3.2 mm thick. Anti-reflective coating.

Water- resistance:
30 bar (~ 300 metres).

Strap:
PANERAI personalised rubber strap and large-size brushed titanium buckle. Supplied with a second interchangeable strap, a tool to change the strap and a steel screwdriver.


<h2>Available this October, priced at 8900 Euro</h2>

On to the (press) photos...











Cheers,
Martin

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They are following in Rolex footsteps...
Nice!!
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September 13th, 2012, 2:36 pm #15

Just received this info from Richemont Amsterdam (scroll down for the photos):

<h2>LUMINOR SUBMERSIBLE 1950 AMAGNETIC 3 DAYS AUTOMATIC TITANIO - 47MM</h2>
The creative energy of Officine Panerais Workshop of Ideas is demonstrated in the Luminor
Submersible 1950 Amagnetic 3 Days Automatic Titanio, the new model which is a
novel synthesis of the strict respect for traditional values and authenticity of the Panerai brand,
and the continuous search for technically advanced solutions.

Remarkable resistance to magnetic fields

For Panerai, innovation is above all about functionality, and in the Luminor Submersible 1950
Amagnetic 3 Days Automatic Titanio it is seen in its special case construction which ensures a
remarkable degree of resistance to magnetic fields: 40,000 A/m (ampere per metre), a limit more
than eight times greater than the value specified by the international standards of the Normes
de lIndustrie Horlogère Suisse (NIHS 90-10). Such a high limit is achieved by the use of a special
internal case made of soft iron of the highest purity, which encloses and isolates the movement,
forming a Faraday cage that diverts the flow of magnetic fields. The soft iron case is immediately
beneath the dial, which is made of the same material.
This case structure is useful not only in extreme environmental situations but also in daily life,
in that watches are often exposed to magnetic fields generated by electric charges and
currents emanating from objects in common use, such as household appliances, computers
2 and cell phones. Such magnetic fields can noticeably alter the rate of the watch and even stop
the movement: a possibility that is virtually non-existent in the new Luminor Submersible 1950

New ceramic and titanium bezel

The soft iron internal case of the Luminor Submersible 1950 Amagnetic 3 Days Automatic Titanio
is contained within a classic Luminor Submersible case of brushed titanium, fitted with the lever
bridge which locks the winding crown and thus helps in achieving water-resistance to a depth
of 300 metres. The design of the watch includes a feature which is completely new in Panerai
watches: applied to the rotating titanium bezel, inspired by that of the models made by Panerai
for the Egyptian Navy in the 1950s, is a disc of opaque black ceramic, on which the linear and
dot-shaped titanium markers are fixed. The bezel rotates only in a clockwise direction, to prevent
accidental movement interfering with the measurement of the time of the dive.

Movement:
Automatic mechanical, Panerai P.9000 calibre, executed entirely by Panerai, 13¾ lignes, 7.9 mm thick, 28 jewels, Glucydur® balance, 28,800 alternations/hour.
Incabloc® anti-shock device. Power reserve 3 days, two barrels. 197 components.

Functions:
Hours, minutes, small seconds, date, calculation of immersion time.

Case:
Diameter 47 mm, brushed titanium.

Bezel:
Anti-clockwise unidirectional rotating bezel in ceramic and brushed titanium with polished edges, graduated scale for calculating the time of immersion and ratchet click at minute intervals.

Back:
Screw, titanium.

Device protecting the crown:
(protected as a trademark) Brushed titanium.

Dial:
Black with applied luminous hour markers.
Date at 3 oclock, seconds at 9 oclock.
Crystal: Sapphire, formed of corundum, 3.2 mm thick. Anti-reflective coating.

Water- resistance:
30 bar (~ 300 metres).

Strap:
PANERAI personalised rubber strap and large-size brushed titanium buckle. Supplied with a second interchangeable strap, a tool to change the strap and a steel screwdriver.


<h2>Available this October, priced at 8900 Euro</h2>

On to the (press) photos...











Cheers,
Martin

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LOVE the ceramic bezel - a knockout and about time

1 caveat I see is that this will give the perception of a BIG watch; will need to try on and see it IRL first (of course). Regardless, a nice "update" or "addition" (do we know which?)

Thanks for sharing, Martin


Peace, love and sex Subs ~
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September 13th, 2012, 2:42 pm #16

Just received this info from Richemont Amsterdam (scroll down for the photos):

<h2>LUMINOR SUBMERSIBLE 1950 AMAGNETIC 3 DAYS AUTOMATIC TITANIO - 47MM</h2>
The creative energy of Officine Panerais Workshop of Ideas is demonstrated in the Luminor
Submersible 1950 Amagnetic 3 Days Automatic Titanio, the new model which is a
novel synthesis of the strict respect for traditional values and authenticity of the Panerai brand,
and the continuous search for technically advanced solutions.

Remarkable resistance to magnetic fields

For Panerai, innovation is above all about functionality, and in the Luminor Submersible 1950
Amagnetic 3 Days Automatic Titanio it is seen in its special case construction which ensures a
remarkable degree of resistance to magnetic fields: 40,000 A/m (ampere per metre), a limit more
than eight times greater than the value specified by the international standards of the Normes
de lIndustrie Horlogère Suisse (NIHS 90-10). Such a high limit is achieved by the use of a special
internal case made of soft iron of the highest purity, which encloses and isolates the movement,
forming a Faraday cage that diverts the flow of magnetic fields. The soft iron case is immediately
beneath the dial, which is made of the same material.
This case structure is useful not only in extreme environmental situations but also in daily life,
in that watches are often exposed to magnetic fields generated by electric charges and
currents emanating from objects in common use, such as household appliances, computers
2 and cell phones. Such magnetic fields can noticeably alter the rate of the watch and even stop
the movement: a possibility that is virtually non-existent in the new Luminor Submersible 1950

New ceramic and titanium bezel

The soft iron internal case of the Luminor Submersible 1950 Amagnetic 3 Days Automatic Titanio
is contained within a classic Luminor Submersible case of brushed titanium, fitted with the lever
bridge which locks the winding crown and thus helps in achieving water-resistance to a depth
of 300 metres. The design of the watch includes a feature which is completely new in Panerai
watches: applied to the rotating titanium bezel, inspired by that of the models made by Panerai
for the Egyptian Navy in the 1950s, is a disc of opaque black ceramic, on which the linear and
dot-shaped titanium markers are fixed. The bezel rotates only in a clockwise direction, to prevent
accidental movement interfering with the measurement of the time of the dive.

Movement:
Automatic mechanical, Panerai P.9000 calibre, executed entirely by Panerai, 13¾ lignes, 7.9 mm thick, 28 jewels, Glucydur® balance, 28,800 alternations/hour.
Incabloc® anti-shock device. Power reserve 3 days, two barrels. 197 components.

Functions:
Hours, minutes, small seconds, date, calculation of immersion time.

Case:
Diameter 47 mm, brushed titanium.

Bezel:
Anti-clockwise unidirectional rotating bezel in ceramic and brushed titanium with polished edges, graduated scale for calculating the time of immersion and ratchet click at minute intervals.

Back:
Screw, titanium.

Device protecting the crown:
(protected as a trademark) Brushed titanium.

Dial:
Black with applied luminous hour markers.
Date at 3 oclock, seconds at 9 oclock.
Crystal: Sapphire, formed of corundum, 3.2 mm thick. Anti-reflective coating.

Water- resistance:
30 bar (~ 300 metres).

Strap:
PANERAI personalised rubber strap and large-size brushed titanium buckle. Supplied with a second interchangeable strap, a tool to change the strap and a steel screwdriver.


<h2>Available this October, priced at 8900 Euro</h2>

On to the (press) photos...











Cheers,
Martin

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September 13th, 2012, 2:52 pm #17

mixing green with fauxtina? not so much. Also, If they had one more line of text on the dial, it could qualify as a short story.

except for the 000, 005 & 380. Most of them have the cream colored text, its not faux patina. Look at the 305 it's the same too, you're just looking at these stock photos too hard.

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September 13th, 2012, 2:52 pm #18

Just received this info from Richemont Amsterdam (scroll down for the photos):

<h2>LUMINOR SUBMERSIBLE 1950 AMAGNETIC 3 DAYS AUTOMATIC TITANIO - 47MM</h2>
The creative energy of Officine Panerais Workshop of Ideas is demonstrated in the Luminor
Submersible 1950 Amagnetic 3 Days Automatic Titanio, the new model which is a
novel synthesis of the strict respect for traditional values and authenticity of the Panerai brand,
and the continuous search for technically advanced solutions.

Remarkable resistance to magnetic fields

For Panerai, innovation is above all about functionality, and in the Luminor Submersible 1950
Amagnetic 3 Days Automatic Titanio it is seen in its special case construction which ensures a
remarkable degree of resistance to magnetic fields: 40,000 A/m (ampere per metre), a limit more
than eight times greater than the value specified by the international standards of the Normes
de lIndustrie Horlogère Suisse (NIHS 90-10). Such a high limit is achieved by the use of a special
internal case made of soft iron of the highest purity, which encloses and isolates the movement,
forming a Faraday cage that diverts the flow of magnetic fields. The soft iron case is immediately
beneath the dial, which is made of the same material.
This case structure is useful not only in extreme environmental situations but also in daily life,
in that watches are often exposed to magnetic fields generated by electric charges and
currents emanating from objects in common use, such as household appliances, computers
2 and cell phones. Such magnetic fields can noticeably alter the rate of the watch and even stop
the movement: a possibility that is virtually non-existent in the new Luminor Submersible 1950

New ceramic and titanium bezel

The soft iron internal case of the Luminor Submersible 1950 Amagnetic 3 Days Automatic Titanio
is contained within a classic Luminor Submersible case of brushed titanium, fitted with the lever
bridge which locks the winding crown and thus helps in achieving water-resistance to a depth
of 300 metres. The design of the watch includes a feature which is completely new in Panerai
watches: applied to the rotating titanium bezel, inspired by that of the models made by Panerai
for the Egyptian Navy in the 1950s, is a disc of opaque black ceramic, on which the linear and
dot-shaped titanium markers are fixed. The bezel rotates only in a clockwise direction, to prevent
accidental movement interfering with the measurement of the time of the dive.

Movement:
Automatic mechanical, Panerai P.9000 calibre, executed entirely by Panerai, 13¾ lignes, 7.9 mm thick, 28 jewels, Glucydur® balance, 28,800 alternations/hour.
Incabloc® anti-shock device. Power reserve 3 days, two barrels. 197 components.

Functions:
Hours, minutes, small seconds, date, calculation of immersion time.

Case:
Diameter 47 mm, brushed titanium.

Bezel:
Anti-clockwise unidirectional rotating bezel in ceramic and brushed titanium with polished edges, graduated scale for calculating the time of immersion and ratchet click at minute intervals.

Back:
Screw, titanium.

Device protecting the crown:
(protected as a trademark) Brushed titanium.

Dial:
Black with applied luminous hour markers.
Date at 3 oclock, seconds at 9 oclock.
Crystal: Sapphire, formed of corundum, 3.2 mm thick. Anti-reflective coating.

Water- resistance:
30 bar (~ 300 metres).

Strap:
PANERAI personalised rubber strap and large-size brushed titanium buckle. Supplied with a second interchangeable strap, a tool to change the strap and a steel screwdriver.


<h2>Available this October, priced at 8900 Euro</h2>

On to the (press) photos...











Cheers,
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September 13th, 2012, 3:06 pm #19

Just received this info from Richemont Amsterdam (scroll down for the photos):

<h2>LUMINOR SUBMERSIBLE 1950 AMAGNETIC 3 DAYS AUTOMATIC TITANIO - 47MM</h2>
The creative energy of Officine Panerais Workshop of Ideas is demonstrated in the Luminor
Submersible 1950 Amagnetic 3 Days Automatic Titanio, the new model which is a
novel synthesis of the strict respect for traditional values and authenticity of the Panerai brand,
and the continuous search for technically advanced solutions.

Remarkable resistance to magnetic fields

For Panerai, innovation is above all about functionality, and in the Luminor Submersible 1950
Amagnetic 3 Days Automatic Titanio it is seen in its special case construction which ensures a
remarkable degree of resistance to magnetic fields: 40,000 A/m (ampere per metre), a limit more
than eight times greater than the value specified by the international standards of the Normes
de lIndustrie Horlogère Suisse (NIHS 90-10). Such a high limit is achieved by the use of a special
internal case made of soft iron of the highest purity, which encloses and isolates the movement,
forming a Faraday cage that diverts the flow of magnetic fields. The soft iron case is immediately
beneath the dial, which is made of the same material.
This case structure is useful not only in extreme environmental situations but also in daily life,
in that watches are often exposed to magnetic fields generated by electric charges and
currents emanating from objects in common use, such as household appliances, computers
2 and cell phones. Such magnetic fields can noticeably alter the rate of the watch and even stop
the movement: a possibility that is virtually non-existent in the new Luminor Submersible 1950

New ceramic and titanium bezel

The soft iron internal case of the Luminor Submersible 1950 Amagnetic 3 Days Automatic Titanio
is contained within a classic Luminor Submersible case of brushed titanium, fitted with the lever
bridge which locks the winding crown and thus helps in achieving water-resistance to a depth
of 300 metres. The design of the watch includes a feature which is completely new in Panerai
watches: applied to the rotating titanium bezel, inspired by that of the models made by Panerai
for the Egyptian Navy in the 1950s, is a disc of opaque black ceramic, on which the linear and
dot-shaped titanium markers are fixed. The bezel rotates only in a clockwise direction, to prevent
accidental movement interfering with the measurement of the time of the dive.

Movement:
Automatic mechanical, Panerai P.9000 calibre, executed entirely by Panerai, 13¾ lignes, 7.9 mm thick, 28 jewels, Glucydur® balance, 28,800 alternations/hour.
Incabloc® anti-shock device. Power reserve 3 days, two barrels. 197 components.

Functions:
Hours, minutes, small seconds, date, calculation of immersion time.

Case:
Diameter 47 mm, brushed titanium.

Bezel:
Anti-clockwise unidirectional rotating bezel in ceramic and brushed titanium with polished edges, graduated scale for calculating the time of immersion and ratchet click at minute intervals.

Back:
Screw, titanium.

Device protecting the crown:
(protected as a trademark) Brushed titanium.

Dial:
Black with applied luminous hour markers.
Date at 3 oclock, seconds at 9 oclock.
Crystal: Sapphire, formed of corundum, 3.2 mm thick. Anti-reflective coating.

Water- resistance:
30 bar (~ 300 metres).

Strap:
PANERAI personalised rubber strap and large-size brushed titanium buckle. Supplied with a second interchangeable strap, a tool to change the strap and a steel screwdriver.


<h2>Available this October, priced at 8900 Euro</h2>

On to the (press) photos...











Cheers,
Martin

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On the plus side I'm so glad it's a solid caseback.

On the minus side I wish it was 1000m.

The bezel is COOL but the look is throwing me for a loop. Maybe I will adjust to it. It's like if my kid came home striped like a zebra.

When it arrives I WILL give it a close look in the flesh, because I WANT to like it!

But for now, I think I'd rather just have my 243 back
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September 13th, 2012, 3:07 pm #20

Just received this info from Richemont Amsterdam (scroll down for the photos):

<h2>LUMINOR SUBMERSIBLE 1950 AMAGNETIC 3 DAYS AUTOMATIC TITANIO - 47MM</h2>
The creative energy of Officine Panerais Workshop of Ideas is demonstrated in the Luminor
Submersible 1950 Amagnetic 3 Days Automatic Titanio, the new model which is a
novel synthesis of the strict respect for traditional values and authenticity of the Panerai brand,
and the continuous search for technically advanced solutions.

Remarkable resistance to magnetic fields

For Panerai, innovation is above all about functionality, and in the Luminor Submersible 1950
Amagnetic 3 Days Automatic Titanio it is seen in its special case construction which ensures a
remarkable degree of resistance to magnetic fields: 40,000 A/m (ampere per metre), a limit more
than eight times greater than the value specified by the international standards of the Normes
de lIndustrie Horlogère Suisse (NIHS 90-10). Such a high limit is achieved by the use of a special
internal case made of soft iron of the highest purity, which encloses and isolates the movement,
forming a Faraday cage that diverts the flow of magnetic fields. The soft iron case is immediately
beneath the dial, which is made of the same material.
This case structure is useful not only in extreme environmental situations but also in daily life,
in that watches are often exposed to magnetic fields generated by electric charges and
currents emanating from objects in common use, such as household appliances, computers
2 and cell phones. Such magnetic fields can noticeably alter the rate of the watch and even stop
the movement: a possibility that is virtually non-existent in the new Luminor Submersible 1950

New ceramic and titanium bezel

The soft iron internal case of the Luminor Submersible 1950 Amagnetic 3 Days Automatic Titanio
is contained within a classic Luminor Submersible case of brushed titanium, fitted with the lever
bridge which locks the winding crown and thus helps in achieving water-resistance to a depth
of 300 metres. The design of the watch includes a feature which is completely new in Panerai
watches: applied to the rotating titanium bezel, inspired by that of the models made by Panerai
for the Egyptian Navy in the 1950s, is a disc of opaque black ceramic, on which the linear and
dot-shaped titanium markers are fixed. The bezel rotates only in a clockwise direction, to prevent
accidental movement interfering with the measurement of the time of the dive.

Movement:
Automatic mechanical, Panerai P.9000 calibre, executed entirely by Panerai, 13¾ lignes, 7.9 mm thick, 28 jewels, Glucydur® balance, 28,800 alternations/hour.
Incabloc® anti-shock device. Power reserve 3 days, two barrels. 197 components.

Functions:
Hours, minutes, small seconds, date, calculation of immersion time.

Case:
Diameter 47 mm, brushed titanium.

Bezel:
Anti-clockwise unidirectional rotating bezel in ceramic and brushed titanium with polished edges, graduated scale for calculating the time of immersion and ratchet click at minute intervals.

Back:
Screw, titanium.

Device protecting the crown:
(protected as a trademark) Brushed titanium.

Dial:
Black with applied luminous hour markers.
Date at 3 oclock, seconds at 9 oclock.
Crystal: Sapphire, formed of corundum, 3.2 mm thick. Anti-reflective coating.

Water- resistance:
30 bar (~ 300 metres).

Strap:
PANERAI personalised rubber strap and large-size brushed titanium buckle. Supplied with a second interchangeable strap, a tool to change the strap and a steel screwdriver.


<h2>Available this October, priced at 8900 Euro</h2>

On to the (press) photos...











Cheers,
Martin

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The more I look at the 389 the more it's growing on me. I like the sticks (sorry Kevin) and the solid caseback is great. I also really like the Amagnatic concept. We'll see if it's still smiling at me when I see it in person.

- Peter

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