Panerai returns to its origins with the new Radiomir Otto Giorni, ref. PAM01347. The Radiomir was Panerai’s first wristwatch, developed in 1935, and provided the foundation for the design of today’s Radiomir models. The 45mm, three-hand timepiece features a sandwich dial typical of Panerai, here in a gradient brown with beige Superluminova that glows green in the dark.
The case is made of eSteel, a stainless steel that is made from up to 95 percent recycled steel scraps. For the sake of authenticity, the case has been given a weathered effect by applying a PVD coating and a manual brushing. Water-resistant to 100 meters, the Radiomir Otto Giorni is powered by the hand-wound manufacture caliber P.5000, which offers a power reserve of eight days.
Pricing for the Panerai Radiomir Otto Giorni is marked at approximately $10,000 when converted to USD.
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