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Panerai Tuttonero Luminor GMT


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Full Specification

  • Brand Panerai
    Model NoPAM01438
  • Movement
    Features Date, GMT, Small Seconds
    Movement Automatic
    Calibre P.9010/GMT
    Case Size 44 mm
    Case Thickness 15.6 mm
    Case Shape Cushion
    Case Material Ceramic
    Lug Width 24 mm
    Glass Material Sapphire Crystal
    Luminosity On Hands, Hour Markers
    Dial Colour Black
    Hands Pencil
    Indexes Arabic Numerals
    Strap Material Ceramic
    Strap Colour Black
    Clasp Type Butterfly Clasp
    Gender Men
    Water Resistance (M) 100
    Warranty Period 2 Years + 6 years warranty extension by registering here
    Country of Origin Switzerland

About the Panerai Luminor Collection

In the 1940s, watchmakers faced significant challenges with night-time and underwater visibility of watch dials. Officine Panerai tackled these issues head-on, revolutionising the field in 1949 with the introduction of the Panerai Luminor collection. Panerai identified a groundbreaking luminescent substance, which they named "Luminor," that transformed watchmaking for generations. It was developed due to the limitations of radium, previously used in Radiomir. This innovation set a new benchmark for visibility in challenging conditions, solidifying the Panerai Luminor collection as a pivotal advancement in horological history. From the mid to late 90s, Panerai became more mainstream when two of the biggest action stars of the time in Hollywood — Sylvester Stallone and Arnold Schwarzenegger — were seen wearing Luminor models on-screen without any official endorsement. The current line-up has infamous models like Base, Marina, 8 Giorni, left-handed versions, and more.


The Panerai Luminor collection brought forth a brilliant solution to further enhance the robustness and reliability of a watch, the lever protecting the crown. It helped make the crown more water-tight while shielding it more effectively. In 1956, this distinctive crown protection bridge of the Luminor watches was patented by Panerai. Additionally, the watches came with integrated lugs to provide better protection and comfort. Apart from an in-house movement, the crown protector, and the cushion-shaped case, the Luminor collection also features simple complications like a GMT to more complex ones like a perpetual calendar, tourbillon, and chronograph with pushers on the left.


Panerai are famous for utilising in-house movements in their watches. The Luminor collection features a decent mix of hand-wound and self-winding movements. The manual calibre P.6000 holds down the fort in their Base logo iterations, while the best-selling Marina is run by the automatic P.9010 calibre.

Panerai Luminor 1950


The P.9010/GMT calibre is based on the in-house P.9010 automatic mechanism, designed to incorporate an additional GMT complication. This variation is mainly featured in the Luminor lineup and Submersible timepieces that boast a GMT function. The meticulously crafted P.9010/GMT features a Glucydur® balance, an Incabloc® anti-shock system, and exquisitely finished 200 components. It offers a practical jumping hour hand that doesn't stop the movement during adjustments, thus simplifying time zone changes for travellers. With twin barrels providing a generous 72-hour power reserve and an oscillating rotor driving in both directions, the movement operates on 31 rubies and beats at a frequency of 28,800 vph.

    • Brand Panerai
    • Reference P.9010/GMT
    • Movement Automatic
    • Display Analog
    • Power Reserve Approx. 72 hours
    • Jewels 31
    • Frequency 28800 bph

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