News From Panerai!!

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  1. SPACE-DWELLER

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    Article.

    New Panerai models coming soon!

    A new manifacture mvt. series (series 9000 - 3 variants) will be launched! Good news is that the watches having this Cal. and its variations will be MUCH more modestly priced that we have seen hitherto!! Prices will range from 5,000 to 6,700 Euros.

    All calibers have a diametre of 31mm and a height of 7,9mm. They contain two barrels, are automatic (bi-directional rotor) and have a power reserve of 72 hours. The balance wheel has regulation screws a la the MicroStella ones we see in Rolex mvts., or the GyroMax in Pateks. All have an instant seconds hand reset feature!

    Noteworthy changes: All will be waterproof to 300 metres, have NO date loupe over the date aparture (and under the crystal) but sport a less domed crystal than usually seen on the 1950 "Fiddy" cases. The crystal will be flush with the bezel edge.

    Here is a pic of one of the new models (model # 329 - see post # 2 about details and MSRP of this specific model):

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    Further models:

    Radiomir Egiziano 60mm Titanium special edition

    47mm Luminor 1950 8 days Rattrapante in pink gold

    44mm titanium 1950 8 days Monopusher

    45mm DLC Ferrari Chronograph special edition

    45mm Steel Ferrari California Flyback chrono special edition

    44mm DLC Luminor Regatta Rattrapante special edition

    44mm PVD Luminor Power Reserve special edition (like PAM28 )

    44mm Steel Luminor 1950 Marina 3 days automatic with P.9000 calibre

    Luminor 1950 3 days GMT Automatic 44mm steel with P.9001 calibre

    Luminor 1950 3 days GMT Power Reserve 44mm steel with P.9002 calibre

    :drooling:
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    From paneristi.com the following prices:

    Séries limitées

    PAM 341
    Egiziano 8 Giorni
    59 mm de diamètre.
    Calibre P.2002 à remontage manuel. Cadran noir.
    Boitier titane. RDM de 8 jours.
    19.000 euros.

    PAM 332
    Luminor Regatta Rattrapante
    Boitier Luminor 44 mm de diamètre revêtement DLC PVD
    Calibre OP XVIII
    Cadran noir décoration clous de Paris.
    11.000 euros.

    PAM28
    Luminor RDM
    Luminor 44 mm revêtement DLC PVD
    Calibre Soprod 9040.
    Cadran noir décoration clous de Paris.
    5.900 euros.



    Collection Manufacture


    PAM 319
    8 jrs - Chrono Rattrapante.
    Boitier 1950 - 44mm de diamètre. Cadran marron.
    P.2006 - Remontage manuel.
    29.000 euros.

    PAM 312 & PAM 328
    Boitier 1950
    Diamètre de 44mm. Cadran Sandwich noir.
    Calibre P.9000 - Remontage automatique - 3 jrs de RDM.
    PAM 312 : 4.900 euros.
    PAM 328 : 5.700 euros.

    PAM 305
    Luminor Submersible Titane.
    47mm de diamètre Cadran noir.
    Calibre P.9000.
    6.400 euros.

    PAM 320 & PAM 329
    Luminor 1950 3 jrs GMT.
    Boitier 1950 - 44mm de diamètre. Cadran noir de type Sandwich. Indicateur de RDM.
    Calibre P.9001 - Calibre automatique - 3 jrs de RDM - Système de remise à zéro.
    PAM 320 : 5.900 euros.
    PAM 329 : 6.700 euros.


    PAM 321
    Boitier 1950 - 3 jrs - GMT RDM.
    Cadran noir de type Sandwich.
    Calibre P.9002 - Calibre automatique - 3 jrs de RDM GMT - Système remise à zéro.
    5.900 euros.

    PAM 331
    Boitier 1950 - 44mm de diamètre en titane. Cadran noir.
    Calibre P.2005 - Calibre à remontage manuel - Tourbillon.
    81.000 euros.

    PAM 330
    Radiomir - Tourbillon GMT
    48 mm de diamètre. Or rose. Cadran marron.
    P.2005.
    89.000 euros.


    Collection contemporaine


    PAM326 & PAM327
    Luminro Chrono Daylight
    Calibre OP XII.
    Boitier 44mm de diamètre en titane. Lunette titane.
    PAM 326 : 6.200 euros.
    PAM 327 : 7.100 euros.

    PAM296
    Luminor Marina titane
    Calibre OP III - base - ETA (Valjoux) 7750-P1
    Boitier titane 44mm de diamètre.
    Cadran marron.
    5.500 euros.

    PAM 298 Luminor Marina Acier 40 mm.
    PAM 333 Luminor Marina Acier/Titane 40 mm
    Calibre OP III
    Cadran noir.
    PAM 298 : 4.700 euros.
    PAM 333 : 5.200 euros.
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    PAM 312
    Boitier 1950
    Diamètre de 44mm. Cadran Sandwich noir.
    Calibre P.9000 - Remontage automatique - 3 jrs de RDM.

    PAM 312 : 4.900 euros.

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    (Pic from paneristi.com).
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    :goodpost: Great posts Bo, looking forward to seeing these once released.:thumbsup:
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    Apart from the less domed crystal, the PAM312 has all the things I want in a PAM.... So I just phoned my AD and have ordered one. :beardjump:
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    They must have read your wish list Bo, congratulations, did they indicate any time scale?
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    The AD did not even know about the news yet! :yikes:

    Panerai is not as good as Rolex to keep secrets, though, and the paneristi guys are always one step ahead! :lol:

    He's going to Basel soon, though, and will see if he can order one from there.
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    Wow that 312 is gorgeous! Now aren't you glad you waited Bo! I take it from the descriptions, the first one you pictured above (on bracelet) is the 320 and though I would prefer it on the strap like the 312 below, it's a stunner too!

    I like how the dials have the second hand dial moved in towards center to fit the #9 in. With a bit of luck perhaps one of those GMT's will be in my future.

    I just read that the 320 has an exhibit back and on the back of the movement is an indicator for the power reserve!
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    Another new one:

    PAM 341

    Egiziano 8 Giorni
    59 mm de diamètre.
    Calibre P.2002 à remontage manuel. Cadran noir.
    Boitier titane. RDM de 8 jours.

    Reportedly, 19.000 euros.



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    (Pics from paneristi.com)
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    Radiomir Egiziano 60mm Titanium special edition

    That's huge! And a radiomir with a crown lock?

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    Mohammed, the model is 100 percent historical correct. Back then, "Radiomir" was not a model designation but referred to the "Radiomir" lume on the dial. :cheers:
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    Whoa, the 312 is a looker :drool: and the price point is excellent!!!
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    I agree Toph, the 320 is my favorite too. I like the fact that the power reserve indicator is on the back of the movement.

    We do have another thread going about these updates under the New News from Panerai thread. Bo perhaps you can merge this one into the other?
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    Fantastic post and exciting news! I can't wait to get home to look at these models more closely! :beardjump:
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    Oh yes :drooling: Having that back there was a great idea. All the more reason to stare at it :laugh: I love a sapphire caseback watch :drooling:
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    Done! :thumbsup:
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    good idea:thumbsup:- i somehow missed Bo's thread:thinking:
    :cheers:
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    Agreed! It is a very nice looking watch!

    What I don't get, though, is a "GMT" without any reference to AM/PM or day/night? :thinking:

    "Functions: Hours, minutes, small seconds, date, second time zone, power reserve indicator on the back, seconds reset."

    No mentioning of a AM/PM or day/night indicator...

    Personally, the PAM312 is my favourite. I have already ordered it from the AD. I don't know how long it will be before I get it, but I am glad I got the news of the coming watches before I plunged down US $ 14,000+ for a PAM233.
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    Hi Bo,

    Great news....I'm already slobbering!!!!! I think the PAM312 would fit your needs to the max( as a matter of fact it would meet my needs...Heeee!).


    Go for it and keep us posted on availability... some of us might just jump into that wagon with you...like the saying goes..."don't leave a man behind"
    Again....stunner of a watch!

    Rgds,
    Ed