Sporty Sophistication: Panerai Drops 40mm Radiomir Quaranta Collection

Panerai presents five new timepieces in its Radiomir Quaranta Collection. Four of them are steel executions, while the remaining one is clad in yellow gold.

As is typical for this watch icon that was first introduced in 1935, the debutantes feature a luminous sandwich dial with two bold Arabic numerals and hour markers. Within a cushion-shaped case, all five newcomers are driven by the three-day power reserve self-winding P.900 automatic caliber. It indicates the subsidiary seconds at 9 o’clock and the date at 3 o’clock.

Combining Panerai’s genuine GoldTech yellow gold with a green sun-brushed dial, the PAM01437 is the most elegant execution of the quintet while the PAM01292 comes with a white dial. This colorway is still quite rare for Panerai whereas blue has been a choice for many of its timepieces.

Blue is also used for the PAM01293, where the rich hue serves as a magnificent backdrop for the gold furnishings. Lovers of dark dials will appreciate the PM01294, which combines an anthracite dial with gold accents.

Last but not least, the PAM01386, an e-commerce-exclusive edition limited to 500 pieces, shines with a sun-brushed green dial.

Pricing for the new Panerai Radiomir Quaranta Collection is marked at $6,000 for the steel executions and $18,200 for the PAM01437 in yellow gold.

To learn more, visit Panerai, here.

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