The highly wearable and slimmed down Luminor Due collection is available at the South Coast Plaza’s Panerai boutique.
The Luminor Due 3 Days Automatic, with a diameter of only 38 mm or 42 mm, is available in six new versions. The thin and versatile watch is the result of a technical reworking of the historic Luminor design, originally designed for the Italian navy. Offered in stainless steel or red gold cases, there’s a range of colors for the dials and straps of each new model, including mint green leather and light blue alligator skin.
The Luminor Due 3 Days Automatic Acciaio and Luminor Due 3 Days GMT Power Reserve Automatic Acciaio (both 45 mm) meld sporty elegance with sophisticated technical solutions of the P.4001 and P.4002 automatic calibres. The stainless steel watches have a brown alligator strap with contrasting beige stitching and are water-resistant up to 30 meters.
Also on display is the innovative and incredibly lightweight Luminor 1950 Tourbillon GMT. The 47 mm timepiece’s 3D-printed case is made from titanium, which is about 40 percent lighter than steel. The P.2005 mechanical movement, the hand-wound calibre with the special tourbillon patented by Panerai, appears here for in the skeletonized P.2005/T version. A black leather strap with blue topstitching gives the wearer a sporty appearance.
The design-centric range deftly combines minimalism and modernity, and the result is a watch for any occasion—and any wrist.