For this year’s Watches & Wonders, Panerai revisits its renowned Radiomir, a model with a heritage dating back to the 1930s and a strong relationship with the Italian Navy. The watch has undergone numerous updates over the years, particularly to its distinctive sandwich construction.

Incorporating Panerai’s material invention while adhering to the Radiomir DNA, they have added a number of cutting-edge features that highlight their ability to reinterpret a classic and its vintage looks in a modern way to appeal to aficionados.

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    Radiomir Quaranta Goldtech – PAM01026

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    The contemporary and most versatile of the Radiomir interpretations, Radiomir Quaranta, now comes in Panerai Goldtech™ material, matched with a white sun-brushed dial and a matt brown alligator strap. Panerai Goldtech™ is a gold material that includes a combination of platinum and copper, giving it an intense red appearance.

    Every detail embodies the contemporary spirit of the watch; the iconic cushion-shaped case, the white sun-brushed sandwich dial featuring indexes and numerals only at twelve and six o’clock which reflects light rays with the movement of the wearer, and the beige Super-Luminova® illuminates in green in the dark.

    Radiomir Otto Giorni – PAM01347 and Radiomir Otto Giorni – PAM01348

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    Showcasing a characteristic antiquated look, the Radiomir Otto Giorni is inspired by the very first Radiomir prototype in 1935. Every case is hand-finished to create a seasoned look, giving each watch a unique character. The intensely weathered effect of the eSteel™ case is paired with defining elements of the original Radiomir created for the Royal Italian Navy, cushion-shaped case, slim wire lugs, signature sandwich dial, and the sapphire glass crystal that is domed, reminiscent of the Plexiglass® crystal of the past.

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    The Radiomir Otto Giorni’s distinctive grainy dials are an ode to the historic Radiomir watches that evolved in appearance over time due to anodization.

    Radiomir California – PAM01349

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    The Radiomir California PAM01349 is the first time ever that a California dial is crafted in 45mm, historically always produced in 47mm, while its color of green makes the watch a collector’s worthy piece. Inspired by Ref. 3646 from the archives of the Maison, the Panerai California Dial is characterized by alternating Roman and Arabic numerals, bar indexes, and a minute track, resulting in a dial where the two different types of numerals distinguish each half.

    With a case set in Brunito eSteel™- a brand-new finishing and first-ever in the history of Panerai, the timepiece showcases a characteristically antiquated look.

    Radiomir Calendario Annuale Goldtech™ – PAM01363 and Radiomir Calendario Annuale Platinumtech™ Experience – PAM01432

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    Panerai’s new compilation, the Annual Calendar, appeals to connoisseurs who seek aesthetics and authenticity. Developed specifically for the Radiomir collection, this is Panerai’s first ever annual calendar compilation.

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    Displayed on an external moving disc, indicated by a fixed arrow at 3 o’clock, every month change is instantaneous thanks to a cam in the movement. With clear and immediate readability in mind, Panerai puts together intricate time-telling elements, and the dial clearly displays all information needed.

    Those Radiomir models will be available soon at The Time Place boutique.