Panerai Luminor Blu Mare – 44 mm
Panerai Luminor Blu Mare – 44 mm
Italian luxury watchmaker Panerai has launched the Luminor Blu Mare – 44 mm, which is a reflection of their marine heritage. The name ‘Blu Mare’ is Italian for ‘blue sea’.
The first Luminor Blu Mare in the collection features a blue dial, has a satiné soleil decoration along with the hour and minute hands in a rhodium finish. It includes a strap attached to the lugs with the Panerai Screw System, which is a sort of a tradition in the timepieces.
The first Luminor Blu Mare in the collection features a blue dial, has a satiné soleil decoration along with the hour and minute hands in a rhodium finish. It includes a strap attached to the lugs with the Panerai Screw System, which is a sort of a tradition in the timepieces.

 

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The smart-looking watch is forged and turned in AISI 316L steel, a high-performance low-carbon metal that is characterised by good resistance to corrosion.
The clean, angular lines of the timepiece reminiscences the Luminor of the 1990s. Revived in the aesthetic dimension with carefully perfected mechanical components, it conforms its design codes to the latest generation of manual Luminors.
It’s water-resistant up to 10 bar (about 100 meters) and is completed by a calfskin strap in blue with beige stitching and secured with a pin buckle in brushed steel.
An additional complimentary blue rubber strap is part of the package, along with a special screwdriver to change the straps and remove the buckle.
Panerai Luminor Blu Mare – 44 mm
Panerai Luminor Blu Mare – 44 mm
The typeface applied to the numerals at the cardinal points of the dial is a further reference to models from the end of the 20th century. They have been etched exactly like the linear indexes and then filled with green Super-LumiNova. This enables the watch with sharper and more lasting legibility in low light conditions.
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The presence of the double arrow ’OP’ logo is another distinctive brand signature—the stylised representation of the Officine Panerai’s initials dates back to the 1980s. It has now become an icon of the brand.
The Luminor Blu Mare – 44 mm contains a manually wound movement, entirely designed and developed in-house by the Panerai Manufacture in Neuchâtel (Switzerland). It’s extremely secure due to the twin bridges that support the regulator; the Caliber P.6000 is equipped with an Incabloc™ shockproof device; and possesses a three-day power reserve driven by a single barrel.
The price of the watch is available on request.
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