Panerai launches Luminor 1950 Rattrapante
8 Days Titanio-47 mm 8-day power reserve titanium double-tracking chronograph watch, exquisite and elegant design, the perfect combination of Panerai classic design and high-performance sports watch technology.
The Luminor 1950 Rattrapante 8 Days Titanio is a two-second chronograph chronograph with a vertical clutch and dual column wheels. It has multiple functions and fully demonstrates the top watchmaking technology. The P.2006 movement is entirely developed and manufactured by Panerai’s watch factory in Neuchâtel, Switzerland.
The double-second chasing hand function is also called double chasing chronograph. The two second hands overlap each other, and some positions are independent. One second hand is used for timing. It can be started and stopped only by the button at 8 o’clock. Hour and second hands; another second hand is controlled by a button at 10 o’clock, used to calculate the split time, or to calculate the time of another activity at the same time as the first indicator. In order to easily identify the indicators, the minute hand of the watch does not use continuous movement, instead it displays the time by beating a small grid every minute.
The P.2006 manual winding movement continues the long power reserve tradition of Panerai watches. It adopts a patented special system of three barrels, with a power reserve of up to 8 days, and a linear power reserve pointer at 6 o’clock on the dial. Displays the current remaining power reserve.
The P.2006 movement has a second hand reset function, which is convenient for the watch to synchronize with a specific signal. As long as the balance wheel is pressed and stopped, the second hand resets to zero in real time until the crown is returned to the operating position.
The case of the Luminor 1950 Rattrapante 8 Days Titanio watch is made of matte titanium with a diameter of 47 mm. It is equipped with a classic crown bridge and locks the crown to ensure water resistance up to 10 bar (equivalent to 100 meters in depth). The case back has a 12-sided design, and you can admire the precision P.2006 movement through the sapphire crystal glass assembled at the center.
The bezel is made of polished titanium, and the dial is a simple black design, showing a sporty elegance. Dial structure consists of two overlapping
The dial is composed of Super-LumiNova®, which is a structural feature of Panerai watches since the 1930s, which effectively ensures the watch’s excellent reading performance in the dark and underwater conditions.
The new limited edition Luminor 1950 Rattrapante 8 Days Titanio model is PAM00530, equipped with a rubber strap, and is a Panerai craft watch.
LUMINOR 1950 RATTRAPANTE 8 DAYS TITANIO – 47mm 8-day power reserve titanium double-tracing chronograph watch movement: Panerai P.2006 / 3 manual winding mechanical movement, completely developed by Panerai, 13¾ legal minutes, 9.6 mm thick, 34 stones, Glucydur® balance wheel, vibration frequency of 28,800 times per hour, KIF Parechoc® anti-vibration device, 8-day power reserve display, 3 barrels, 356 parts.
Functions: hours, minutes, small seconds, linear power reserve display, zero seconds reset, double seconds.
Case: 47mm diameter, matte titanium, matte titanium buttons with patterns engraved, 10 o’clock azimuth button is used to control the double second function, and 8 o’clock azimuth button is used for timing.
Bezel: Polished titanium.
Case back: transparent sapphire crystal.
Crown protection: Matte titanium (Paner patent).
Dial: black dial with luminous dots and linear hour markers, a minute timer at 3 o’clock, a small seconds dial at 9 o’clock, a power reserve indicator at 6 o’clock, a central chronograph and double-second hands The seconds are located on the outside.
Crystal glass: Sapphire crystal glass, made of corundum, 2 mm thick, with anti-reflective coating.
Water resistance: 10 bar (~ 100 meters).
Strap: rubber strap with the PANERAI logo engraved with a large frosted titanium buckle. Includes a spare strap and a stainless steel screwdriver for strap replacement.
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