Going for Gold: Panerai Debuts Luminor Due TuttoOro

With the new Luminor Due TuttoOro collection, Panerai presents its first two timepieces featuring a gold bracelet. The 38-mm cushion-shaped case with the signature crown guard as well as the bracelet are forged from Panerai’s Goldtech, a gold alloy which contains platinum in addition to a high copper content. The copper lends the metal its deep red tone, while the platinum ingredient ensures lasting vibrancy.

The Luminor Due TuttoOro features a sun-brushed sandwich dial in white or blue that displays the minutes, hours, small seconds, and the date. It is powered by self-winding calibre P.900, which amasses a power reserve of three days. A pane of sapphire in the case back displays the genuine movement. The watch is water-resistant to three bars and includes a tool to change the bracelet.

Retail price for the Panerai Luminor Due TuttoOro is marked at $35,600.

To learn more, visit Panerai, here.

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