With its Monopusher chronograph, Panerai managed to integrate the chronograph function into its powerful Luminor design in a rather elegant way. This distinctively Panerai take on the chronograph is now released in a 200-piece limited edition combining a black ceramic case and a deep blue sandwich dial. Meet the Panerai Luminor Chrono Monopulsante GMT Blu Notte PAM01135.
This new limited-edition chronograph is presented in a matte black, sandblasted ceramic Luminor case. The single-push piece to start, stop and reset the chronograph is located at 8 o’clock, creating a counterpoint to the signature crown protecting device. The imposing 44mm x 19.55mm case is fitted with a deep blue dial with a sunburst finish. A sandwich construction, it features Arabic numerals and indexes in white Super-LumiNova with green luminescence. The watch is water resistance is rated at 100m.
Turn the watch over and the screw-down exhibition case back unveils the hand-wound P.2004 calibre. Presented in 2007, the P.2004 is the brand’s first in-house chronograph movement. It is 13’’’ ¾ in diameter and 8.2mm thick and it features a column-wheel and a vertical clutch. Running at 4Hz, it comes with a healthy 8-day power reserve on three barrels. It also features a GMT function and a linear power reserve indication.
The PAM01135 is worn on a deep blue calfskin leather strap matching the colour of the dial and fitted with a black DLC-titanium pin buckle. The watch comes with a spare blue rubber strap. Price is set at EUR 21,900.
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