The Luminor 1950 is a beautiful story of the sea told by one of the greatest Italian watchmakers around- Panerai. The timepiece is the descendent of the outstanding rugged watches worn by Italian navy men, a contemporary mix of style and boldness.
It is hard not to immediately fall in love with the Panerai Luminor. With its oversized case, unparalleled vintage dial and classic looking calf strap, this watch intrigues your senses. Its design is not complicated, but it is magnificently unique. Designed for the strong and stylish modern man, the timepiece is strikingly fashionable and functional.
The dial of the Panerai Luminor 1950 is simple, yet unique. Its black matte surface is adorned with large luminescent Arabic numerals and hour markers, and a power reserve indicator located at 9 o’clock. Its retro charm is enhanced by the scratch resistant sapphire crystal and the sturdy brown leather strap
The satin-finished pillow shaped 47 mm case features a polished bezel, a distinctive winding crown with an exclusive lock system which presses the crown firmly into the case. These are typical characteristics of the Swiss-made, Italian-designer brand that over the years have turned every single one of its timepieces into an incredible success. .
At the interior of the Panerai Luminor 1950 there is a hand-wound mechanical, Panerai P.3001 calibre, manufactured exclusively by Panerai. This outstanding movement has 21 jewels, an Incabloc® anti-shock device and a 3 days power reserve.
The Panerai Luminor 1950 is an exact interpretation of the first Panerai Luminor model, which was created in 1950 for the Italian Navy’s divers. Even though its appearance may be strikingly similar, its quality and functionality are far superior. This contemporary Panerai model is the epitome of strength and masculinity. It is the luxury watch that best defines the modern adventurer.