Panerai Meet the PAM 673 special edition
Officine Panerai presents a special edition bearing the name of one of its historical customers on the dial.
The new PAM 673 is a Luminor 1950 model but there is no mention of this on the dial. Like some of the first Panerai models, which were covered by military secret, the dial instead bears the name of one of the brand's most important historical customers, the Italian Navy. The "Marina Militare" inscription thus differentiates this model from its peers, as does its brown Ponte Vecchio leather strap, which has been treated in one of Tuscany's traditional tanneries and has contrasting beige stitching. Also like the early Panerai models, it has a Plexiglas® crystal. It comes in a pear wood box together with a rubber strap, a screwdriver to change the straps and an additional Plexiglas® crystal. Only 1000 units of the PAM 673 will be produced.
Inside the 47mm Luminor 1950 case in stainless steel beats the calibre P.3000 in-house manually-wound mechanical movement, which offers a power reserve of 72 hours thanks to two mainspring barrels. The dial has the typical Panerai sandwich structure, with a generous layer of Grade A SuperLuminova® visible beneath the openings for the hour markers and numerals. The case is water resistant to 10 bar (100 metres).
Every Panerai watch is as unique as the story it tells. Since 1860 Panerai has produced high-precision instruments and watches, developed and created to meet the most rigorous military standards. Today the very essence of Panerai remains the creation of technological innovations and remarkable instruments, that draw inspiration from the epic exploits of past and, at the same time, explore new disruptive paths.Find out more >
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