The Panerai Radiomir Logo is the new example of one of Officine Panerai’s great vocations, making watches inspired by models which have been part of the history of the watchmaker, while incorporating technical content that is consistent with the highest standards of contemporary high quality watchmaking.

Panerai reissues the old and simpler versions of the Radiomir in a basic, tool-like, and no-frills packaging with this watch. This model is contemporary reinterpretations of previous versions from the line, which were driven by the OP 1 Calibre, which was obtained externally at the time.

This model is based on the classic and well-known cushion-shaped case with wired lugs, which is water-resistant to 100 meters and measures 45mm in diameter and is fashioned in polished stainless steel in this example.

A natural leather band with contrasting beige stitching is included with the watch, which is secured by a trapezoid steel clasp. This kind of strap will be really comfortable and also fashionable around your wrist.

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Radiomir Logo PAM00753 is a straightforward two-hander with hours and minutes, as well as the OP logo under the Panerai inscription at 6 o’clock, which explains their names. Finally, the hands are covered in black. There are no frills here, only the essential and recognizable elements.

The new Radiomir Logo PAM00753 is powered by the in-house P.6000 calibre, a hand-wound movement with a 72-hour (or 3-day) power reserve. The Panerai Manufacture in Neuchâtel designed and manufactured this big (about 38mm) and reliable movement, which has a transversal cock-bridge with dual supports and a rather sluggish 3Hz frequency.

With this Panerai Radiomir Logo, Panerai simply returned to the brand’s roots: tool-like, military-inspired timepieces at reasonable rates. If you are interested in this watch or any other Panerai collection, go to your nearest The Time Place boutique for more information.