Functions: hours and minutes.
Case: diameter 44 mm. AISI 316L polished steel.
Bezel: polished steel.
Dial: black, with Arabic numerals and logo.
Crystal: sapphire, made from corundum, 3.5 mm thick. Anti-reflective coating.
Movement: hand-wound mechanical, Panerai OP I calibre, 16½ lignes, 17 jewels. Cotes de Genève decoration on the bridges. Glucydur® balance with Nivarox® I spring, 21,600 alternations/hour.
Incabloc® anti-shock device.
Power reserve 56 hours.
Back: screw, steel. Logo engraved.
Water-resistance: 30 bar (~300 metres).
Device protecting the crown: (protected as a Trade Mark) polished steel.
Strap: black calf with PANERAI personalised buckle.
Condition: Have never been used before, in pristine condition.
Guaranteed authentic with serial number. The pre-owned watch comes with original Panerai outer and inner box, warranty certificate and manual.
Date of first purchase: 3rd August 2010
Price:RM 14,900 / USD 4,761/ EURO 3,461 (negotiable)
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The Origin of Luminor Base
Created in the early 1940s to meet the Italian Navy’s need for a watch that was reliable, resistant and easy to read underwater, still today the Luminor watch keeps the original distinctive features. It has the essential time-measuring functions, hours and minutes, and is equipped with a hand-wound mechanical movement transformed by Panerai according to the criteria of the Swiss watchmaking tradition and the quality standards of the brand. The Luminor Base is water-resistant to 300 metres but tested to 400 metres. It is equipped with a handcrafted large size leather strap and fitted with a steel or titanium tongue buckle.
It is also available in a left-handed version, characterized by the winding crown and the device protecting the crown on the left-hand side of the case and the small seconds dial at 3 o'clock. It recalls the technical-functional ingenuity of some models supplied by Panerai to the Royal Italian Navy in the early 1940s: the lever device blocking the crown was fitted to the left-hand side of the case, meeting the needs of the Naval frogmen who wanted to wear the watch on their right wrist, since they already wore a compass or a depth gauge on the left wrist