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Due Goldtech

Brand
Panerai

Price
$15,300

Phone
1 212 223 1562

Website
panerai.com

For quite some time now, Officine Panerai has been creating its own rose-hued gold called Oro Rosso; in spring of 2020, the brand unveiled its new proprietary Goldtech gold. The 18-karat gold is infused with a percentage of copper to endow it with a richer red hue (without the expense of going to 5N rose gold) and with platinum to help guard against oxidation. The brand turns to Goldtech for this 38mm Due watch with an automatic movement and three days of power reserve. This is the thinnest of all Panerai watches; it offers hours, minutes and small seconds with a subsidiary dial at 9 and date at 3 o'clock. A transparent sapphire crystal allows for viewing of the movement.

Details

Price ($)15,300
Price range< $100,000
GenderFemale
CaseCushion
ComplicationsMinutes
Small Seconds
Hours
Date
Water resistance30m
MovementAutomatic
Power reserve range (hours)49 - 72
Power reserve72 hours
Case sizeMedium (31mm - 39mm)
Case diameter (mm)38
Case backOpen
Case colourRose Gold
Case materialGoldtech
Dial colourWhite
CaliberOP XXXIV
ReferenceNumberPAM00756

Founded in Florence, Panerai was not only a workshop, but also the city's first watchmaking school, helping to perfect and keep the craft alive under one roof. Equated with high quality, the brand supplied precision instruments such as naval combat sights and a radium-based powder that it developed to make the dials of instruments brighter. Panerai's Luminor collection continues to be a popular timepiece that remains radiant through its luminous Arabic numerals and polished steel casing.The brand's close ties with the navy also instigated the creation of the renowned instrument we know today as the Radomir watch, a high functioning timepiece that features manual mechanical movement, wire lungs and is water resistant. To date, Panerai has continued to support nautical activity, partnering with UNESCO's Intergovernmental Oceanographic Commission last year to help promote the sustainable development of ocean sciences. This collaboration yielded The Submersible eLab-ID, a concept watch with the highest percentage of recycle-based material ever.

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