Panerai introduces the moon phase as its first complication to the streamlined Luminor Due line.
A sculpted 24-carat circle against a starry midnight blue sky – the Panerai moon phase complication is a thing of beauty as it rotates on a disc to illustrate the orbit of the moon.
This moon phase complication is being introduced for the very first time to its refined Luminor Due line, which reinterprets the unmistakable Luminor hallmarks, including the cushion case and crown protector.
A mere 38mm in diameter, these elegant timepieces are suited to dressier occasions and are available in four iterations – a lustrous mother-of-pearl dial and red-gold Panerai Goldtech™ case; a white sunbrushed dial with a steel case with either a pink alligator strap or a steel bracelet; and finally a blue sunbrushed sandwich dial with a matching blue alligator strap.
Luminor Due features Calibre P900/MP, an automatic movement with a three-day power reserve measuring only 5.9mm thick, and is water-resistant to 3 bar (about 30 metres).
The quick-release system allows you to change straps without using tools, and the introduction of Luminor Due satin straps (leather straps with a satin-like texture and sheen), offers up a whole array of different configurations and styles.
Images courtesy of Panerai, artwork by Curatedition.
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