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RATING & REIVEWS
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Based on 3 Reviews.
Elroy Pereira (5/5)
Posted on 01/06/2015
Officine Panerai based their horological spine on developing watches that had excellent visibility in both night time and underwater conditions. They developed the Radiomir watch, named after the luminescent substance used in its preparation, and was a staple on the wrists of commandos in the Italian Royal Navy. The Luminor watches were developed later, named so, after another luminescent substance (luminor) Panerai developed. The PAM00372 honors the original Luminor developed to better certain features of the Radiomir in addition to having a crown protecting device. This allowed it to be water resistant at higher water pressures. The PAM00372 has a hand wound mechanical P.3000 calibre with a power reserve for three days, housed in a massive 47mm polished steel case. The minimalist dial is a perfect example that depicts Panerai’s double dial plate technology where the upper plate has Arabic numerals and hour markers precisely cut into it. It has a polished steel bezel, a brushed steel crown-lever protecting device and a transparent case-back for the wearer to admire the exquisite movement.
preksha modi (2/5)
Posted on 24/04/2015
Panerai Luminor 1950 3 Days affectionately known amongst Paneristis simply as the PAM 372 (PAM372) is one of the most popular Panerai models for its minimalist military style and iconic case. The case is entirely polished stainless steel instead of brushed. However, the trademark "device protecting the crown" retains its brushed finishing.
the PAM 372 utilizes the in-house P.3000 movement, a hand-winding calibre that measures a whopping 37mm. The P.3000 uses two mainspring barrels connected in series to give it a power reserve of 72 hours or 3 days - hence the name. The PAM 372 winds really smoothly, as if the crown itself was bathed in rich butter.
At 47mm, it is a big watch and this is likely to put people off. For those who do not understand and appreciate Panerai, is a lot of money money for a stainless steel case, two-hander watch - even if it does have an in-house movement.
Ayush Parekh (3/5)
Posted on 19/07/2014
Super sturdy and super stylish. I love Panerai for its mechanism