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Panerai Luminor


₹ 6,09,000

*Inclusive of all taxes

EMI from ₹ 54395

2 Years + 6 years warranty extension by registering here

*Currently out of stock

Full Specification

  • Brand Panerai
    Series3 Days Automatic Titanio
    Model NoPAM00352
  • Movement
    Features Date
    Movement Automatic
    Calibre P.9000
    Case Size 44 mm
    Case Shape Cushion
    Case Material Titanium
    Case Back See-through Case Back
    Lug Width 24 mm
    Glass Material Sapphire Crystal
    Dial Colour Brown
    Hands Stick
    Indexes Mixed
    Strap Material Titanium
    Strap Colour Silver
    Gender Men
    Water Resistance (M) 300
    Warranty Period 2 Years + 6 years warranty extension by registering here
    Country of Origin Italy

About the Panerai Luminor Collection


Night-time and underwater visibility of watch-dials were two challenges faced by the watches made in the 1940s era. Officine Panerai took up the job of crafting a watch with these unsuitable problems. These problems were taken care of in 1949 when Panerai came out with a groundbreaking solution with the Panerai Luminor collection. Panerai was successful in identifying a luminescent substance that changed the course of watch-making for generations to come. Named after this invaluable substance, the Panerai Luminor collection set a new benchmark for visibility in hostile conditions.


The Panerai Luminor collection is adorned with a brilliant solution to further enhance the robustness and reliability of a watch, the lever protecting the crown. This helps in making the crown more water-tight as well as shielding it more effectively. In 1956 Officine Panerai patented the distinctive crown protection bridge that the Panerai Luminor is renowned for. Whereas, the integrated lugs provide better protection and comfort. Apart from an in-house movement, the crown protector, and the cushion-shaped case, the Luminor collection also features a small seconds window at 9 o’clock apart from the GMT, Chrono Monopulsante, Base, and Left-handed versions.


On 8th December, history was made by Panerai models which managed to garner more than 1 million euros as proceeds at the ‘Panerai Only’ auction by the renowned Artcurial Auction house for Officine Panerai. Two vintage models, a Luminor and a Marina Militare were auctioned off at more than million euros significantly much higher than any initial auction estimates.

Panerai Luminor 1950 3 Days Automatic Titanio PAM00352


    • Brand Panerai
    • Reference P.9000
    • Movement Automatic
    • Display Analog
    • Power Reserve approx. 72 hours
    • Frequency 28800 bph
    • Date Date
    • Diameter 37.80

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9 Ratings & 2 Reviews


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Based on 2 Reviews.

  • Elroy Pereira


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    The Panerai Luminor 1950 3 Days Automatic Titanio is a technologically advanced watch, a reminder of the original Luminor design with the use of Titanium as its soul. Titanium is not only unaffected by corrosion, making it able in sea water, it is also resistant to a plethora of chemical products. Its in house P.9000 calibre is housed in a 44mm brushed titanium case. As all Luminors, it possesses a crown protecting device, also of brushed titanium. Its bezel of polished titanium poses a contrast to all the brushed elements which also includes the personalized titanium bracelet, matching the polished bits between the links. The metallic design ensures maximum stability while diving and water resistance up to 30bar. Its automatic mechanical movement has a power reserve for 3 days and can be appreciated via the transparent sapphire case-back. It has a date display at 3 o’ clock and a seconds display at 9 o’ clock. The brown dial offers a velvet respite to all that is metal with the luminous Arabic numerals and hour markers completing it.

  • RS


    Posted on

    Stylish and highly functional. This Panerai has both class and precision. It comes from a house which knows watchmaking inside out...hence there is never a need to doubt its precision.