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*** SIHH 2012 paneristi.com exclusive - Live pictures of the PAM396 TOURBILLON CERAMICA

wilmsenm
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January 23rd, 2012, 10:13 pm #1

This is my 3rd post with live pictures taken at the SIHH.
In case you have missed the first two, you can view the post about the 449 SLC 47mm SE here and the one about the 448 California 3 Days SE here.

<h2>PAM 396 LUMINOR 1950 TOURBILLON GMT CERAMICA - 48 MM</h2>

I didn't get to take that many photos of this amazing watch, it was very much in demand at the SIHH.

The PAM396 has a 48mm ceramic 1950 style case, a domed crystal (like the 127/233 etc) and a black sandwich dial.
The movement is the in-house Panerai P.2005/B with the functions hours, minutes, small seconds, 2nd time zone, am/pm indicator (for the 2nd time zone) and a tourbillon indicator.



As you can see in the below photo, this tourbillon indicator is not the typical OP single dot at the 9 o'clock position. Five ecru dots - from large to small - are used instead. The dots spin to indicate that the tourbillon is rotating.

The Luminova is also ecru. It seems that Panerai are moving away from green Luminova since the introduction of the 360, but who knows what future models will bring.



The watch has a crystal case back, and the case back ring is titanium. The case ring has the text "titanium case back" as you can see below.



The hand-wound movement has a power reserve of 6 days. The power reserve indicator can be seen on the back of the watch.



A better look at the tourbillon...



The sequence below (view clockwise) shows the tourbillon in various positions while it's working/rotating...



And one last closer look and the sandwich dial...



You can find the SIHH specifications here:
http://www.network54.com/Forum/353391/t ... amica+48mm+***

The first official OP photos of the watch from the SIHH press kit can be found here:
http://www.network54.com/Forum/353391/t ... T+Ceramica

For your reference, a few photos that I took of other Panerai tourbillon watches some time ago

PAM330 Radiomir Tourbillon GMT 48mm



PAM365 Le Astromo Luminor 1950 Tourbillon GMT (SIHH 2010)



PAM348 Lo Scienziato Radiomir Tourbillon GMT (SIHH 2010)



PAM316 Radiomir Platinum Tourbillon GMT 48mm



There are other OP tourbillon watches (eg the 276, 306, 315, 316 and perhaps others that I can't recall).

Thanks for looking,
Martin / paneristi.com SIHH team



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January 23rd, 2012, 10:29 pm #2



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So much MORE than just a Watch

What Watch ,, it's the M8TES behind my brand that I LOVE ,, the Watch is just the GPS

A decade on ,, I COPY it now ,, More than EVER b4 >> it's a PANERAI behind every Panerai is a PANERISTI

And dat , SIMPLY blows me away ,, U Bet....................... BBQ Drew RIP


Feel the Passion ,, Respect the DNA ,, Cheers Beers ,,, Hoo Roo Hammer

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January 23rd, 2012, 10:29 pm #3

This is my 3rd post with live pictures taken at the SIHH.
In case you have missed the first two, you can view the post about the 449 SLC 47mm SE here and the one about the 448 California 3 Days SE here.

<h2>PAM 396 LUMINOR 1950 TOURBILLON GMT CERAMICA - 48 MM</h2>

I didn't get to take that many photos of this amazing watch, it was very much in demand at the SIHH.

The PAM396 has a 48mm ceramic 1950 style case, a domed crystal (like the 127/233 etc) and a black sandwich dial.
The movement is the in-house Panerai P.2005/B with the functions hours, minutes, small seconds, 2nd time zone, am/pm indicator (for the 2nd time zone) and a tourbillon indicator.



As you can see in the below photo, this tourbillon indicator is not the typical OP single dot at the 9 o'clock position. Five ecru dots - from large to small - are used instead. The dots spin to indicate that the tourbillon is rotating.

The Luminova is also ecru. It seems that Panerai are moving away from green Luminova since the introduction of the 360, but who knows what future models will bring.



The watch has a crystal case back, and the case back ring is titanium. The case ring has the text "titanium case back" as you can see below.



The hand-wound movement has a power reserve of 6 days. The power reserve indicator can be seen on the back of the watch.



A better look at the tourbillon...



The sequence below (view clockwise) shows the tourbillon in various positions while it's working/rotating...



And one last closer look and the sandwich dial...



You can find the SIHH specifications here:
http://www.network54.com/Forum/353391/t ... amica+48mm+***

The first official OP photos of the watch from the SIHH press kit can be found here:
http://www.network54.com/Forum/353391/t ... T+Ceramica

For your reference, a few photos that I took of other Panerai tourbillon watches some time ago

PAM330 Radiomir Tourbillon GMT 48mm



PAM365 Le Astromo Luminor 1950 Tourbillon GMT (SIHH 2010)



PAM348 Lo Scienziato Radiomir Tourbillon GMT (SIHH 2010)



PAM316 Radiomir Platinum Tourbillon GMT 48mm



There are other OP tourbillon watches (eg the 276, 306, 315, 316 and perhaps others that I can't recall).

Thanks for looking,
Martin / paneristi.com SIHH team



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January 23rd, 2012, 10:50 pm #4

This is my 3rd post with live pictures taken at the SIHH.
In case you have missed the first two, you can view the post about the 449 SLC 47mm SE here and the one about the 448 California 3 Days SE here.

<h2>PAM 396 LUMINOR 1950 TOURBILLON GMT CERAMICA - 48 MM</h2>

I didn't get to take that many photos of this amazing watch, it was very much in demand at the SIHH.

The PAM396 has a 48mm ceramic 1950 style case, a domed crystal (like the 127/233 etc) and a black sandwich dial.
The movement is the in-house Panerai P.2005/B with the functions hours, minutes, small seconds, 2nd time zone, am/pm indicator (for the 2nd time zone) and a tourbillon indicator.



As you can see in the below photo, this tourbillon indicator is not the typical OP single dot at the 9 o'clock position. Five ecru dots - from large to small - are used instead. The dots spin to indicate that the tourbillon is rotating.

The Luminova is also ecru. It seems that Panerai are moving away from green Luminova since the introduction of the 360, but who knows what future models will bring.



The watch has a crystal case back, and the case back ring is titanium. The case ring has the text "titanium case back" as you can see below.



The hand-wound movement has a power reserve of 6 days. The power reserve indicator can be seen on the back of the watch.



A better look at the tourbillon...



The sequence below (view clockwise) shows the tourbillon in various positions while it's working/rotating...



And one last closer look and the sandwich dial...



You can find the SIHH specifications here:
http://www.network54.com/Forum/353391/t ... amica+48mm+***

The first official OP photos of the watch from the SIHH press kit can be found here:
http://www.network54.com/Forum/353391/t ... T+Ceramica

For your reference, a few photos that I took of other Panerai tourbillon watches some time ago

PAM330 Radiomir Tourbillon GMT 48mm



PAM365 Le Astromo Luminor 1950 Tourbillon GMT (SIHH 2010)



PAM348 Lo Scienziato Radiomir Tourbillon GMT (SIHH 2010)



PAM316 Radiomir Platinum Tourbillon GMT 48mm



There are other OP tourbillon watches (eg the 276, 306, 315, 316 and perhaps others that I can't recall).

Thanks for looking,
Martin / paneristi.com SIHH team



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it's like to be inside the movement !!!

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January 23rd, 2012, 11:43 pm #5

This is my 3rd post with live pictures taken at the SIHH.
In case you have missed the first two, you can view the post about the 449 SLC 47mm SE here and the one about the 448 California 3 Days SE here.

<h2>PAM 396 LUMINOR 1950 TOURBILLON GMT CERAMICA - 48 MM</h2>

I didn't get to take that many photos of this amazing watch, it was very much in demand at the SIHH.

The PAM396 has a 48mm ceramic 1950 style case, a domed crystal (like the 127/233 etc) and a black sandwich dial.
The movement is the in-house Panerai P.2005/B with the functions hours, minutes, small seconds, 2nd time zone, am/pm indicator (for the 2nd time zone) and a tourbillon indicator.



As you can see in the below photo, this tourbillon indicator is not the typical OP single dot at the 9 o'clock position. Five ecru dots - from large to small - are used instead. The dots spin to indicate that the tourbillon is rotating.

The Luminova is also ecru. It seems that Panerai are moving away from green Luminova since the introduction of the 360, but who knows what future models will bring.



The watch has a crystal case back, and the case back ring is titanium. The case ring has the text "titanium case back" as you can see below.



The hand-wound movement has a power reserve of 6 days. The power reserve indicator can be seen on the back of the watch.



A better look at the tourbillon...



The sequence below (view clockwise) shows the tourbillon in various positions while it's working/rotating...



And one last closer look and the sandwich dial...



You can find the SIHH specifications here:
http://www.network54.com/Forum/353391/t ... amica+48mm+***

The first official OP photos of the watch from the SIHH press kit can be found here:
http://www.network54.com/Forum/353391/t ... T+Ceramica

For your reference, a few photos that I took of other Panerai tourbillon watches some time ago

PAM330 Radiomir Tourbillon GMT 48mm



PAM365 Le Astromo Luminor 1950 Tourbillon GMT (SIHH 2010)



PAM348 Lo Scienziato Radiomir Tourbillon GMT (SIHH 2010)



PAM316 Radiomir Platinum Tourbillon GMT 48mm



There are other OP tourbillon watches (eg the 276, 306, 315, 316 and perhaps others that I can't recall).

Thanks for looking,
Martin / paneristi.com SIHH team



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January 24th, 2012, 12:01 am #6

This is my 3rd post with live pictures taken at the SIHH.
In case you have missed the first two, you can view the post about the 449 SLC 47mm SE here and the one about the 448 California 3 Days SE here.

<h2>PAM 396 LUMINOR 1950 TOURBILLON GMT CERAMICA - 48 MM</h2>

I didn't get to take that many photos of this amazing watch, it was very much in demand at the SIHH.

The PAM396 has a 48mm ceramic 1950 style case, a domed crystal (like the 127/233 etc) and a black sandwich dial.
The movement is the in-house Panerai P.2005/B with the functions hours, minutes, small seconds, 2nd time zone, am/pm indicator (for the 2nd time zone) and a tourbillon indicator.



As you can see in the below photo, this tourbillon indicator is not the typical OP single dot at the 9 o'clock position. Five ecru dots - from large to small - are used instead. The dots spin to indicate that the tourbillon is rotating.

The Luminova is also ecru. It seems that Panerai are moving away from green Luminova since the introduction of the 360, but who knows what future models will bring.



The watch has a crystal case back, and the case back ring is titanium. The case ring has the text "titanium case back" as you can see below.



The hand-wound movement has a power reserve of 6 days. The power reserve indicator can be seen on the back of the watch.



A better look at the tourbillon...



The sequence below (view clockwise) shows the tourbillon in various positions while it's working/rotating...



And one last closer look and the sandwich dial...



You can find the SIHH specifications here:
http://www.network54.com/Forum/353391/t ... amica+48mm+***

The first official OP photos of the watch from the SIHH press kit can be found here:
http://www.network54.com/Forum/353391/t ... T+Ceramica

For your reference, a few photos that I took of other Panerai tourbillon watches some time ago

PAM330 Radiomir Tourbillon GMT 48mm



PAM365 Le Astromo Luminor 1950 Tourbillon GMT (SIHH 2010)



PAM348 Lo Scienziato Radiomir Tourbillon GMT (SIHH 2010)



PAM316 Radiomir Platinum Tourbillon GMT 48mm



There are other OP tourbillon watches (eg the 276, 306, 315, 316 and perhaps others that I can't recall).

Thanks for looking,
Martin / paneristi.com SIHH team



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This one's a looker for sure!

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January 24th, 2012, 1:11 am #7

This is my 3rd post with live pictures taken at the SIHH.
In case you have missed the first two, you can view the post about the 449 SLC 47mm SE here and the one about the 448 California 3 Days SE here.

<h2>PAM 396 LUMINOR 1950 TOURBILLON GMT CERAMICA - 48 MM</h2>

I didn't get to take that many photos of this amazing watch, it was very much in demand at the SIHH.

The PAM396 has a 48mm ceramic 1950 style case, a domed crystal (like the 127/233 etc) and a black sandwich dial.
The movement is the in-house Panerai P.2005/B with the functions hours, minutes, small seconds, 2nd time zone, am/pm indicator (for the 2nd time zone) and a tourbillon indicator.



As you can see in the below photo, this tourbillon indicator is not the typical OP single dot at the 9 o'clock position. Five ecru dots - from large to small - are used instead. The dots spin to indicate that the tourbillon is rotating.

The Luminova is also ecru. It seems that Panerai are moving away from green Luminova since the introduction of the 360, but who knows what future models will bring.



The watch has a crystal case back, and the case back ring is titanium. The case ring has the text "titanium case back" as you can see below.



The hand-wound movement has a power reserve of 6 days. The power reserve indicator can be seen on the back of the watch.



A better look at the tourbillon...



The sequence below (view clockwise) shows the tourbillon in various positions while it's working/rotating...



And one last closer look and the sandwich dial...



You can find the SIHH specifications here:
http://www.network54.com/Forum/353391/t ... amica+48mm+***

The first official OP photos of the watch from the SIHH press kit can be found here:
http://www.network54.com/Forum/353391/t ... T+Ceramica

For your reference, a few photos that I took of other Panerai tourbillon watches some time ago

PAM330 Radiomir Tourbillon GMT 48mm



PAM365 Le Astromo Luminor 1950 Tourbillon GMT (SIHH 2010)



PAM348 Lo Scienziato Radiomir Tourbillon GMT (SIHH 2010)



PAM316 Radiomir Platinum Tourbillon GMT 48mm



There are other OP tourbillon watches (eg the 276, 306, 315, 316 and perhaps others that I can't recall).

Thanks for looking,
Martin / paneristi.com SIHH team



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January 24th, 2012, 1:20 am #8

This is my 3rd post with live pictures taken at the SIHH.
In case you have missed the first two, you can view the post about the 449 SLC 47mm SE here and the one about the 448 California 3 Days SE here.

<h2>PAM 396 LUMINOR 1950 TOURBILLON GMT CERAMICA - 48 MM</h2>

I didn't get to take that many photos of this amazing watch, it was very much in demand at the SIHH.

The PAM396 has a 48mm ceramic 1950 style case, a domed crystal (like the 127/233 etc) and a black sandwich dial.
The movement is the in-house Panerai P.2005/B with the functions hours, minutes, small seconds, 2nd time zone, am/pm indicator (for the 2nd time zone) and a tourbillon indicator.



As you can see in the below photo, this tourbillon indicator is not the typical OP single dot at the 9 o'clock position. Five ecru dots - from large to small - are used instead. The dots spin to indicate that the tourbillon is rotating.

The Luminova is also ecru. It seems that Panerai are moving away from green Luminova since the introduction of the 360, but who knows what future models will bring.



The watch has a crystal case back, and the case back ring is titanium. The case ring has the text "titanium case back" as you can see below.



The hand-wound movement has a power reserve of 6 days. The power reserve indicator can be seen on the back of the watch.



A better look at the tourbillon...



The sequence below (view clockwise) shows the tourbillon in various positions while it's working/rotating...



And one last closer look and the sandwich dial...



You can find the SIHH specifications here:
http://www.network54.com/Forum/353391/t ... amica+48mm+***

The first official OP photos of the watch from the SIHH press kit can be found here:
http://www.network54.com/Forum/353391/t ... T+Ceramica

For your reference, a few photos that I took of other Panerai tourbillon watches some time ago

PAM330 Radiomir Tourbillon GMT 48mm



PAM365 Le Astromo Luminor 1950 Tourbillon GMT (SIHH 2010)



PAM348 Lo Scienziato Radiomir Tourbillon GMT (SIHH 2010)



PAM316 Radiomir Platinum Tourbillon GMT 48mm



There are other OP tourbillon watches (eg the 276, 306, 315, 316 and perhaps others that I can't recall).

Thanks for looking,
Martin / paneristi.com SIHH team



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All of them - but the 348 takes the prize IMHO!
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January 24th, 2012, 1:27 am #9

This is my 3rd post with live pictures taken at the SIHH.
In case you have missed the first two, you can view the post about the 449 SLC 47mm SE here and the one about the 448 California 3 Days SE here.

<h2>PAM 396 LUMINOR 1950 TOURBILLON GMT CERAMICA - 48 MM</h2>

I didn't get to take that many photos of this amazing watch, it was very much in demand at the SIHH.

The PAM396 has a 48mm ceramic 1950 style case, a domed crystal (like the 127/233 etc) and a black sandwich dial.
The movement is the in-house Panerai P.2005/B with the functions hours, minutes, small seconds, 2nd time zone, am/pm indicator (for the 2nd time zone) and a tourbillon indicator.



As you can see in the below photo, this tourbillon indicator is not the typical OP single dot at the 9 o'clock position. Five ecru dots - from large to small - are used instead. The dots spin to indicate that the tourbillon is rotating.

The Luminova is also ecru. It seems that Panerai are moving away from green Luminova since the introduction of the 360, but who knows what future models will bring.



The watch has a crystal case back, and the case back ring is titanium. The case ring has the text "titanium case back" as you can see below.



The hand-wound movement has a power reserve of 6 days. The power reserve indicator can be seen on the back of the watch.



A better look at the tourbillon...



The sequence below (view clockwise) shows the tourbillon in various positions while it's working/rotating...



And one last closer look and the sandwich dial...



You can find the SIHH specifications here:
http://www.network54.com/Forum/353391/t ... amica+48mm+***

The first official OP photos of the watch from the SIHH press kit can be found here:
http://www.network54.com/Forum/353391/t ... T+Ceramica

For your reference, a few photos that I took of other Panerai tourbillon watches some time ago

PAM330 Radiomir Tourbillon GMT 48mm



PAM365 Le Astromo Luminor 1950 Tourbillon GMT (SIHH 2010)



PAM348 Lo Scienziato Radiomir Tourbillon GMT (SIHH 2010)



PAM316 Radiomir Platinum Tourbillon GMT 48mm



There are other OP tourbillon watches (eg the 276, 306, 315, 316 and perhaps others that I can't recall).

Thanks for looking,
Martin / paneristi.com SIHH team



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January 24th, 2012, 2:06 am #10

This is my 3rd post with live pictures taken at the SIHH.
In case you have missed the first two, you can view the post about the 449 SLC 47mm SE here and the one about the 448 California 3 Days SE here.

<h2>PAM 396 LUMINOR 1950 TOURBILLON GMT CERAMICA - 48 MM</h2>

I didn't get to take that many photos of this amazing watch, it was very much in demand at the SIHH.

The PAM396 has a 48mm ceramic 1950 style case, a domed crystal (like the 127/233 etc) and a black sandwich dial.
The movement is the in-house Panerai P.2005/B with the functions hours, minutes, small seconds, 2nd time zone, am/pm indicator (for the 2nd time zone) and a tourbillon indicator.



As you can see in the below photo, this tourbillon indicator is not the typical OP single dot at the 9 o'clock position. Five ecru dots - from large to small - are used instead. The dots spin to indicate that the tourbillon is rotating.

The Luminova is also ecru. It seems that Panerai are moving away from green Luminova since the introduction of the 360, but who knows what future models will bring.



The watch has a crystal case back, and the case back ring is titanium. The case ring has the text "titanium case back" as you can see below.



The hand-wound movement has a power reserve of 6 days. The power reserve indicator can be seen on the back of the watch.



A better look at the tourbillon...



The sequence below (view clockwise) shows the tourbillon in various positions while it's working/rotating...



And one last closer look and the sandwich dial...



You can find the SIHH specifications here:
http://www.network54.com/Forum/353391/t ... amica+48mm+***

The first official OP photos of the watch from the SIHH press kit can be found here:
http://www.network54.com/Forum/353391/t ... T+Ceramica

For your reference, a few photos that I took of other Panerai tourbillon watches some time ago

PAM330 Radiomir Tourbillon GMT 48mm



PAM365 Le Astromo Luminor 1950 Tourbillon GMT (SIHH 2010)



PAM348 Lo Scienziato Radiomir Tourbillon GMT (SIHH 2010)



PAM316 Radiomir Platinum Tourbillon GMT 48mm



There are other OP tourbillon watches (eg the 276, 306, 315, 316 and perhaps others that I can't recall).

Thanks for looking,
Martin / paneristi.com SIHH team



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She's gorgeous, especially the ceramic movement

"Power Up"

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January 24th, 2012, 2:22 am #11

This is my 3rd post with live pictures taken at the SIHH.
In case you have missed the first two, you can view the post about the 449 SLC 47mm SE here and the one about the 448 California 3 Days SE here.

<h2>PAM 396 LUMINOR 1950 TOURBILLON GMT CERAMICA - 48 MM</h2>

I didn't get to take that many photos of this amazing watch, it was very much in demand at the SIHH.

The PAM396 has a 48mm ceramic 1950 style case, a domed crystal (like the 127/233 etc) and a black sandwich dial.
The movement is the in-house Panerai P.2005/B with the functions hours, minutes, small seconds, 2nd time zone, am/pm indicator (for the 2nd time zone) and a tourbillon indicator.



As you can see in the below photo, this tourbillon indicator is not the typical OP single dot at the 9 o'clock position. Five ecru dots - from large to small - are used instead. The dots spin to indicate that the tourbillon is rotating.

The Luminova is also ecru. It seems that Panerai are moving away from green Luminova since the introduction of the 360, but who knows what future models will bring.



The watch has a crystal case back, and the case back ring is titanium. The case ring has the text "titanium case back" as you can see below.



The hand-wound movement has a power reserve of 6 days. The power reserve indicator can be seen on the back of the watch.



A better look at the tourbillon...



The sequence below (view clockwise) shows the tourbillon in various positions while it's working/rotating...



And one last closer look and the sandwich dial...



You can find the SIHH specifications here:
http://www.network54.com/Forum/353391/t ... amica+48mm+***

The first official OP photos of the watch from the SIHH press kit can be found here:
http://www.network54.com/Forum/353391/t ... T+Ceramica

For your reference, a few photos that I took of other Panerai tourbillon watches some time ago

PAM330 Radiomir Tourbillon GMT 48mm



PAM365 Le Astromo Luminor 1950 Tourbillon GMT (SIHH 2010)



PAM348 Lo Scienziato Radiomir Tourbillon GMT (SIHH 2010)



PAM316 Radiomir Platinum Tourbillon GMT 48mm



There are other OP tourbillon watches (eg the 276, 306, 315, 316 and perhaps others that I can't recall).

Thanks for looking,
Martin / paneristi.com SIHH team



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January 24th, 2012, 3:07 am #12

This is my 3rd post with live pictures taken at the SIHH.
In case you have missed the first two, you can view the post about the 449 SLC 47mm SE here and the one about the 448 California 3 Days SE here.

<h2>PAM 396 LUMINOR 1950 TOURBILLON GMT CERAMICA - 48 MM</h2>

I didn't get to take that many photos of this amazing watch, it was very much in demand at the SIHH.

The PAM396 has a 48mm ceramic 1950 style case, a domed crystal (like the 127/233 etc) and a black sandwich dial.
The movement is the in-house Panerai P.2005/B with the functions hours, minutes, small seconds, 2nd time zone, am/pm indicator (for the 2nd time zone) and a tourbillon indicator.



As you can see in the below photo, this tourbillon indicator is not the typical OP single dot at the 9 o'clock position. Five ecru dots - from large to small - are used instead. The dots spin to indicate that the tourbillon is rotating.

The Luminova is also ecru. It seems that Panerai are moving away from green Luminova since the introduction of the 360, but who knows what future models will bring.



The watch has a crystal case back, and the case back ring is titanium. The case ring has the text "titanium case back" as you can see below.



The hand-wound movement has a power reserve of 6 days. The power reserve indicator can be seen on the back of the watch.



A better look at the tourbillon...



The sequence below (view clockwise) shows the tourbillon in various positions while it's working/rotating...



And one last closer look and the sandwich dial...



You can find the SIHH specifications here:
http://www.network54.com/Forum/353391/t ... amica+48mm+***

The first official OP photos of the watch from the SIHH press kit can be found here:
http://www.network54.com/Forum/353391/t ... T+Ceramica

For your reference, a few photos that I took of other Panerai tourbillon watches some time ago

PAM330 Radiomir Tourbillon GMT 48mm



PAM365 Le Astromo Luminor 1950 Tourbillon GMT (SIHH 2010)



PAM348 Lo Scienziato Radiomir Tourbillon GMT (SIHH 2010)



PAM316 Radiomir Platinum Tourbillon GMT 48mm



There are other OP tourbillon watches (eg the 276, 306, 315, 316 and perhaps others that I can't recall).

Thanks for looking,
Martin / paneristi.com SIHH team



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January 24th, 2012, 3:45 am #13

This is my 3rd post with live pictures taken at the SIHH.
In case you have missed the first two, you can view the post about the 449 SLC 47mm SE here and the one about the 448 California 3 Days SE here.

<h2>PAM 396 LUMINOR 1950 TOURBILLON GMT CERAMICA - 48 MM</h2>

I didn't get to take that many photos of this amazing watch, it was very much in demand at the SIHH.

The PAM396 has a 48mm ceramic 1950 style case, a domed crystal (like the 127/233 etc) and a black sandwich dial.
The movement is the in-house Panerai P.2005/B with the functions hours, minutes, small seconds, 2nd time zone, am/pm indicator (for the 2nd time zone) and a tourbillon indicator.



As you can see in the below photo, this tourbillon indicator is not the typical OP single dot at the 9 o'clock position. Five ecru dots - from large to small - are used instead. The dots spin to indicate that the tourbillon is rotating.

The Luminova is also ecru. It seems that Panerai are moving away from green Luminova since the introduction of the 360, but who knows what future models will bring.



The watch has a crystal case back, and the case back ring is titanium. The case ring has the text "titanium case back" as you can see below.



The hand-wound movement has a power reserve of 6 days. The power reserve indicator can be seen on the back of the watch.



A better look at the tourbillon...



The sequence below (view clockwise) shows the tourbillon in various positions while it's working/rotating...



And one last closer look and the sandwich dial...



You can find the SIHH specifications here:
http://www.network54.com/Forum/353391/t ... amica+48mm+***

The first official OP photos of the watch from the SIHH press kit can be found here:
http://www.network54.com/Forum/353391/t ... T+Ceramica

For your reference, a few photos that I took of other Panerai tourbillon watches some time ago

PAM330 Radiomir Tourbillon GMT 48mm



PAM365 Le Astromo Luminor 1950 Tourbillon GMT (SIHH 2010)



PAM348 Lo Scienziato Radiomir Tourbillon GMT (SIHH 2010)



PAM316 Radiomir Platinum Tourbillon GMT 48mm



There are other OP tourbillon watches (eg the 276, 306, 315, 316 and perhaps others that I can't recall).

Thanks for looking,
Martin / paneristi.com SIHH team



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Great pics Martin. Thank you for posting. Mark.
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January 24th, 2012, 5:09 am #14

This is my 3rd post with live pictures taken at the SIHH.
In case you have missed the first two, you can view the post about the 449 SLC 47mm SE here and the one about the 448 California 3 Days SE here.

<h2>PAM 396 LUMINOR 1950 TOURBILLON GMT CERAMICA - 48 MM</h2>

I didn't get to take that many photos of this amazing watch, it was very much in demand at the SIHH.

The PAM396 has a 48mm ceramic 1950 style case, a domed crystal (like the 127/233 etc) and a black sandwich dial.
The movement is the in-house Panerai P.2005/B with the functions hours, minutes, small seconds, 2nd time zone, am/pm indicator (for the 2nd time zone) and a tourbillon indicator.



As you can see in the below photo, this tourbillon indicator is not the typical OP single dot at the 9 o'clock position. Five ecru dots - from large to small - are used instead. The dots spin to indicate that the tourbillon is rotating.

The Luminova is also ecru. It seems that Panerai are moving away from green Luminova since the introduction of the 360, but who knows what future models will bring.



The watch has a crystal case back, and the case back ring is titanium. The case ring has the text "titanium case back" as you can see below.



The hand-wound movement has a power reserve of 6 days. The power reserve indicator can be seen on the back of the watch.



A better look at the tourbillon...



The sequence below (view clockwise) shows the tourbillon in various positions while it's working/rotating...



And one last closer look and the sandwich dial...



You can find the SIHH specifications here:
http://www.network54.com/Forum/353391/t ... amica+48mm+***

The first official OP photos of the watch from the SIHH press kit can be found here:
http://www.network54.com/Forum/353391/t ... T+Ceramica

For your reference, a few photos that I took of other Panerai tourbillon watches some time ago

PAM330 Radiomir Tourbillon GMT 48mm



PAM365 Le Astromo Luminor 1950 Tourbillon GMT (SIHH 2010)



PAM348 Lo Scienziato Radiomir Tourbillon GMT (SIHH 2010)



PAM316 Radiomir Platinum Tourbillon GMT 48mm



There are other OP tourbillon watches (eg the 276, 306, 315, 316 and perhaps others that I can't recall).

Thanks for looking,
Martin / paneristi.com SIHH team



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January 24th, 2012, 6:29 am #15

This is my 3rd post with live pictures taken at the SIHH.
In case you have missed the first two, you can view the post about the 449 SLC 47mm SE here and the one about the 448 California 3 Days SE here.

<h2>PAM 396 LUMINOR 1950 TOURBILLON GMT CERAMICA - 48 MM</h2>

I didn't get to take that many photos of this amazing watch, it was very much in demand at the SIHH.

The PAM396 has a 48mm ceramic 1950 style case, a domed crystal (like the 127/233 etc) and a black sandwich dial.
The movement is the in-house Panerai P.2005/B with the functions hours, minutes, small seconds, 2nd time zone, am/pm indicator (for the 2nd time zone) and a tourbillon indicator.



As you can see in the below photo, this tourbillon indicator is not the typical OP single dot at the 9 o'clock position. Five ecru dots - from large to small - are used instead. The dots spin to indicate that the tourbillon is rotating.

The Luminova is also ecru. It seems that Panerai are moving away from green Luminova since the introduction of the 360, but who knows what future models will bring.



The watch has a crystal case back, and the case back ring is titanium. The case ring has the text "titanium case back" as you can see below.



The hand-wound movement has a power reserve of 6 days. The power reserve indicator can be seen on the back of the watch.



A better look at the tourbillon...



The sequence below (view clockwise) shows the tourbillon in various positions while it's working/rotating...



And one last closer look and the sandwich dial...



You can find the SIHH specifications here:
http://www.network54.com/Forum/353391/t ... amica+48mm+***

The first official OP photos of the watch from the SIHH press kit can be found here:
http://www.network54.com/Forum/353391/t ... T+Ceramica

For your reference, a few photos that I took of other Panerai tourbillon watches some time ago

PAM330 Radiomir Tourbillon GMT 48mm



PAM365 Le Astromo Luminor 1950 Tourbillon GMT (SIHH 2010)



PAM348 Lo Scienziato Radiomir Tourbillon GMT (SIHH 2010)



PAM316 Radiomir Platinum Tourbillon GMT 48mm



There are other OP tourbillon watches (eg the 276, 306, 315, 316 and perhaps others that I can't recall).

Thanks for looking,
Martin / paneristi.com SIHH team



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Thanks for sharing..

Anders, Stockholm Sweden.
PAM 212 J
Sjöö-Sandström Racing Chronograph
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January 24th, 2012, 7:39 am #16

This is my 3rd post with live pictures taken at the SIHH.
In case you have missed the first two, you can view the post about the 449 SLC 47mm SE here and the one about the 448 California 3 Days SE here.

<h2>PAM 396 LUMINOR 1950 TOURBILLON GMT CERAMICA - 48 MM</h2>

I didn't get to take that many photos of this amazing watch, it was very much in demand at the SIHH.

The PAM396 has a 48mm ceramic 1950 style case, a domed crystal (like the 127/233 etc) and a black sandwich dial.
The movement is the in-house Panerai P.2005/B with the functions hours, minutes, small seconds, 2nd time zone, am/pm indicator (for the 2nd time zone) and a tourbillon indicator.



As you can see in the below photo, this tourbillon indicator is not the typical OP single dot at the 9 o'clock position. Five ecru dots - from large to small - are used instead. The dots spin to indicate that the tourbillon is rotating.

The Luminova is also ecru. It seems that Panerai are moving away from green Luminova since the introduction of the 360, but who knows what future models will bring.



The watch has a crystal case back, and the case back ring is titanium. The case ring has the text "titanium case back" as you can see below.



The hand-wound movement has a power reserve of 6 days. The power reserve indicator can be seen on the back of the watch.



A better look at the tourbillon...



The sequence below (view clockwise) shows the tourbillon in various positions while it's working/rotating...



And one last closer look and the sandwich dial...



You can find the SIHH specifications here:
http://www.network54.com/Forum/353391/t ... amica+48mm+***

The first official OP photos of the watch from the SIHH press kit can be found here:
http://www.network54.com/Forum/353391/t ... T+Ceramica

For your reference, a few photos that I took of other Panerai tourbillon watches some time ago

PAM330 Radiomir Tourbillon GMT 48mm



PAM365 Le Astromo Luminor 1950 Tourbillon GMT (SIHH 2010)



PAM348 Lo Scienziato Radiomir Tourbillon GMT (SIHH 2010)



PAM316 Radiomir Platinum Tourbillon GMT 48mm



There are other OP tourbillon watches (eg the 276, 306, 315, 316 and perhaps others that I can't recall).

Thanks for looking,
Martin / paneristi.com SIHH team



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Wonderful shots. nt
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January 24th, 2012, 7:51 am #17

This is my 3rd post with live pictures taken at the SIHH.
In case you have missed the first two, you can view the post about the 449 SLC 47mm SE here and the one about the 448 California 3 Days SE here.

<h2>PAM 396 LUMINOR 1950 TOURBILLON GMT CERAMICA - 48 MM</h2>

I didn't get to take that many photos of this amazing watch, it was very much in demand at the SIHH.

The PAM396 has a 48mm ceramic 1950 style case, a domed crystal (like the 127/233 etc) and a black sandwich dial.
The movement is the in-house Panerai P.2005/B with the functions hours, minutes, small seconds, 2nd time zone, am/pm indicator (for the 2nd time zone) and a tourbillon indicator.



As you can see in the below photo, this tourbillon indicator is not the typical OP single dot at the 9 o'clock position. Five ecru dots - from large to small - are used instead. The dots spin to indicate that the tourbillon is rotating.

The Luminova is also ecru. It seems that Panerai are moving away from green Luminova since the introduction of the 360, but who knows what future models will bring.



The watch has a crystal case back, and the case back ring is titanium. The case ring has the text "titanium case back" as you can see below.



The hand-wound movement has a power reserve of 6 days. The power reserve indicator can be seen on the back of the watch.



A better look at the tourbillon...



The sequence below (view clockwise) shows the tourbillon in various positions while it's working/rotating...



And one last closer look and the sandwich dial...



You can find the SIHH specifications here:
http://www.network54.com/Forum/353391/t ... amica+48mm+***

The first official OP photos of the watch from the SIHH press kit can be found here:
http://www.network54.com/Forum/353391/t ... T+Ceramica

For your reference, a few photos that I took of other Panerai tourbillon watches some time ago

PAM330 Radiomir Tourbillon GMT 48mm



PAM365 Le Astromo Luminor 1950 Tourbillon GMT (SIHH 2010)



PAM348 Lo Scienziato Radiomir Tourbillon GMT (SIHH 2010)



PAM316 Radiomir Platinum Tourbillon GMT 48mm



There are other OP tourbillon watches (eg the 276, 306, 315, 316 and perhaps others that I can't recall).

Thanks for looking,
Martin / paneristi.com SIHH team



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as I missed this one in Geneve


Love your work on this one, thanks!

Cheers and best from the holyland,

~Asi~



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January 24th, 2012, 8:20 am #18

This is my 3rd post with live pictures taken at the SIHH.
In case you have missed the first two, you can view the post about the 449 SLC 47mm SE here and the one about the 448 California 3 Days SE here.

<h2>PAM 396 LUMINOR 1950 TOURBILLON GMT CERAMICA - 48 MM</h2>

I didn't get to take that many photos of this amazing watch, it was very much in demand at the SIHH.

The PAM396 has a 48mm ceramic 1950 style case, a domed crystal (like the 127/233 etc) and a black sandwich dial.
The movement is the in-house Panerai P.2005/B with the functions hours, minutes, small seconds, 2nd time zone, am/pm indicator (for the 2nd time zone) and a tourbillon indicator.



As you can see in the below photo, this tourbillon indicator is not the typical OP single dot at the 9 o'clock position. Five ecru dots - from large to small - are used instead. The dots spin to indicate that the tourbillon is rotating.

The Luminova is also ecru. It seems that Panerai are moving away from green Luminova since the introduction of the 360, but who knows what future models will bring.



The watch has a crystal case back, and the case back ring is titanium. The case ring has the text "titanium case back" as you can see below.



The hand-wound movement has a power reserve of 6 days. The power reserve indicator can be seen on the back of the watch.



A better look at the tourbillon...



The sequence below (view clockwise) shows the tourbillon in various positions while it's working/rotating...



And one last closer look and the sandwich dial...



You can find the SIHH specifications here:
http://www.network54.com/Forum/353391/t ... amica+48mm+***

The first official OP photos of the watch from the SIHH press kit can be found here:
http://www.network54.com/Forum/353391/t ... T+Ceramica

For your reference, a few photos that I took of other Panerai tourbillon watches some time ago

PAM330 Radiomir Tourbillon GMT 48mm



PAM365 Le Astromo Luminor 1950 Tourbillon GMT (SIHH 2010)



PAM348 Lo Scienziato Radiomir Tourbillon GMT (SIHH 2010)



PAM316 Radiomir Platinum Tourbillon GMT 48mm



There are other OP tourbillon watches (eg the 276, 306, 315, 316 and perhaps others that I can't recall).

Thanks for looking,
Martin / paneristi.com SIHH team



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January 24th, 2012, 9:19 am #19

This is my 3rd post with live pictures taken at the SIHH.
In case you have missed the first two, you can view the post about the 449 SLC 47mm SE here and the one about the 448 California 3 Days SE here.

<h2>PAM 396 LUMINOR 1950 TOURBILLON GMT CERAMICA - 48 MM</h2>

I didn't get to take that many photos of this amazing watch, it was very much in demand at the SIHH.

The PAM396 has a 48mm ceramic 1950 style case, a domed crystal (like the 127/233 etc) and a black sandwich dial.
The movement is the in-house Panerai P.2005/B with the functions hours, minutes, small seconds, 2nd time zone, am/pm indicator (for the 2nd time zone) and a tourbillon indicator.



As you can see in the below photo, this tourbillon indicator is not the typical OP single dot at the 9 o'clock position. Five ecru dots - from large to small - are used instead. The dots spin to indicate that the tourbillon is rotating.

The Luminova is also ecru. It seems that Panerai are moving away from green Luminova since the introduction of the 360, but who knows what future models will bring.



The watch has a crystal case back, and the case back ring is titanium. The case ring has the text "titanium case back" as you can see below.



The hand-wound movement has a power reserve of 6 days. The power reserve indicator can be seen on the back of the watch.



A better look at the tourbillon...



The sequence below (view clockwise) shows the tourbillon in various positions while it's working/rotating...



And one last closer look and the sandwich dial...



You can find the SIHH specifications here:
http://www.network54.com/Forum/353391/t ... amica+48mm+***

The first official OP photos of the watch from the SIHH press kit can be found here:
http://www.network54.com/Forum/353391/t ... T+Ceramica

For your reference, a few photos that I took of other Panerai tourbillon watches some time ago

PAM330 Radiomir Tourbillon GMT 48mm



PAM365 Le Astromo Luminor 1950 Tourbillon GMT (SIHH 2010)



PAM348 Lo Scienziato Radiomir Tourbillon GMT (SIHH 2010)



PAM316 Radiomir Platinum Tourbillon GMT 48mm



There are other OP tourbillon watches (eg the 276, 306, 315, 316 and perhaps others that I can't recall).

Thanks for looking,
Martin / paneristi.com SIHH team



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January 24th, 2012, 10:16 am #20

This is my 3rd post with live pictures taken at the SIHH.
In case you have missed the first two, you can view the post about the 449 SLC 47mm SE here and the one about the 448 California 3 Days SE here.

<h2>PAM 396 LUMINOR 1950 TOURBILLON GMT CERAMICA - 48 MM</h2>

I didn't get to take that many photos of this amazing watch, it was very much in demand at the SIHH.

The PAM396 has a 48mm ceramic 1950 style case, a domed crystal (like the 127/233 etc) and a black sandwich dial.
The movement is the in-house Panerai P.2005/B with the functions hours, minutes, small seconds, 2nd time zone, am/pm indicator (for the 2nd time zone) and a tourbillon indicator.



As you can see in the below photo, this tourbillon indicator is not the typical OP single dot at the 9 o'clock position. Five ecru dots - from large to small - are used instead. The dots spin to indicate that the tourbillon is rotating.

The Luminova is also ecru. It seems that Panerai are moving away from green Luminova since the introduction of the 360, but who knows what future models will bring.



The watch has a crystal case back, and the case back ring is titanium. The case ring has the text "titanium case back" as you can see below.



The hand-wound movement has a power reserve of 6 days. The power reserve indicator can be seen on the back of the watch.



A better look at the tourbillon...



The sequence below (view clockwise) shows the tourbillon in various positions while it's working/rotating...



And one last closer look and the sandwich dial...



You can find the SIHH specifications here:
http://www.network54.com/Forum/353391/t ... amica+48mm+***

The first official OP photos of the watch from the SIHH press kit can be found here:
http://www.network54.com/Forum/353391/t ... T+Ceramica

For your reference, a few photos that I took of other Panerai tourbillon watches some time ago

PAM330 Radiomir Tourbillon GMT 48mm



PAM365 Le Astromo Luminor 1950 Tourbillon GMT (SIHH 2010)



PAM348 Lo Scienziato Radiomir Tourbillon GMT (SIHH 2010)



PAM316 Radiomir Platinum Tourbillon GMT 48mm



There are other OP tourbillon watches (eg the 276, 306, 315, 316 and perhaps others that I can't recall).

Thanks for looking,
Martin / paneristi.com SIHH team



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the 'hungry catapillar' on the sub seconds, much preferered the single dot design of old..



Back to being a regular punter!
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