Panerai is really a great brand that attracts a type of customer that’s looking for a high end timepiece that is a bit out of the ordinary. Since I saw Panerai first time, I have been fascinated with these watches and their history. These watches of Panerai are surely among the most sophisticated and luxurious pieces that you can find.
Founded in 1860 in Florence by Giovanni Panerai, the company of Panerai later became the official supplier of the Royal Italian Navy and expanded to building precision instruments. Its watches are made in Neuchâtel, Switzerland with some movements designed and manufactured in-house. The Radiomir and Luminor watches are among the most famous collections of Panerai, which are used by Italian commando frogmen, who relied upon their Panerai wristwatches to execute the sinking of Allied naval vessels in WWII. And the Luminor Marinas is my most favorite Panerai model which usually feature a 44-mm wide case and the recognizable trademark crown guard that makes Panerais stand out in the horological crowd.
Top grade replica Panerai watches are exactly identical to the real pieces. Those manufacturers do not overlook any of the details of the watches, even the smallest ones, and thus the result is the replica watches that are second to none. So when there are replica watches that both fantastic and cheap, why should you still stick to the expensive originals beyond your reach? So you’re ready to buy your first Panerai watch, but can’t decide which one to get? You’re not alone. Even though Panerai watches are very popular, they have many variations that make the brand a trickier purchase for a first time buyer. Next I will introduce the latest and coolest Panerai watches for you.
Panerai has been involved with the sport of yacht racing for quite some time now. To celebrate this partnership further, they have released three NEW Flyback chronograph models, PAM00652, PAM00653 and PAM00654. Panerai PAM00652 has the iconic 1950 case and is 47mm in case diameter and made out of titanium. This has central chronograph seconds and minute hands. This watch will retail for $17,200. The other two models pictured above are similar to the first one but are made out of stainless steel and are 44 mm in case diameter. These watches have exactly the same case and movement and perform the same functions. However they look completely different from one another. They are both are powered by Panerai’s in-house, self-winding, three-day movement, the caliber P.9100. Both watches will retail for $12,300.