|Series||8 Days GMT|
|Case Size||45 mm|
|Water Resistance (Meters)||50|
|Glass Material||Sapphire Crystal|
|Warranty Period||2 Years|
|Stock Status||Buy Now|
Panerai Radiomir 8 Days GMT
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About the Panerai Radiomir Collection
Officine Panerai Radiomir time pieces are widely touted to have the richest history and are the signature collection for this brand. Cases are made in an array of sizes ranging from 42 mm, 43 mm, 45 mm, 46 mm and 47 mm. The styling of the case carries an authentic vintage aura with its curved and rounded appearance. Unlike the Luminor models that sport a patented crown protecting device, the Radiomir watches contain wire lugs, a unique design that connects the straps to the case.
With hand-wound mechanical or automatic mechanical movements topped with an anti-reflective, scratch-proof Sapphire Crystal, this collection sports a Cotes de Geneve decoration on the bridge for a holistic experience. The straps are made of gorgeous Panerai personalized leather with large sized polished steel buckles. The unique Radiomir experience is fulfilled by the changeable strap attachments that come along with the patented screw system, personalized according to the wearer’s choice. A delightful surprise greets us at 9 o’ clock in the form of the seconds sub-dial in select watches such as the Radiomir Black Seal Acciaio, the Radiomir Black Seal Logo Acciaio and the Radiomir Black Seal Ceramica.
An unimaginable 1 million euros were made as proceeds and two worlds records broken by individual vintage Panerai models on 8th December, 2014 in the ‘Panerai only’ auction organized by the well known Artcurial auction house for Officine Panerai. The Panerai models that broke all records were the extremely rare ‘Radiomir Egiziano’, a diver’s watch made in the year 1956 for the Egyptian Navy and a Special Edition Radiomir PAM00021, crafted in platinum in 1997 with a case design similar to the Panerai models made for the Royal Italian Navy in 1938.
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Customer Reviews on Panerai Radiomir 8 Days GMT PAM00538
Average Customer Rating 4.5 out of 5 based on 2 Review(s)
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Read all watch reviews by Elroy Pereira
The model featured here is the limited edition yellow gold Radiomir 8 days Gmt Pam 00538.the model is offered in platinum, pink gold, yellow gold and the one and only orro rosso (italian for red gold).the red gold edition made with a patented case (5npt) limited to 30 pieces worldwide.it's a reincarnation of 1950s Radiomir.
coming to the tech specification, the movement is a hand wound tourbillon (balance wheel encased in a gyroscope to counter effects of gravity),a massive power reserve of 8 days with a gmt function that facilitates the provision of a second time zone display , an aid for globe trotters.the inner bezel displays the seconds and the centre hand the gmt function.the linear scale above marker 6 displays the power reserve.for watch aficionados , there is the sapphire case back displaying the skeleton bridges and the beauty of the movement.
The blue dial with the brown plush leather strap compliments the gold case well and maintains the luxury.
Overall verdict:a remarkable timepiece that facilitates as a jewellery. 25 lakh is a whooping price for the timepiece though.the 45 mm case might seem big to many.
Read all watch reviews by Aravind Memana