Sunny, luminous, bright: the two new watches produced by the Florentine watchmaker present a full look in GoldtechTM alloy to make the wrist flamboyant.

For those who live in the northern hemisphere, part of our immediate environment embraces the trendiest seasonal color: gold. Indeed, its reddish hue envelops nature, coloring the leaves of trees before the cold season. It is thus spreading into the watchmaking landscape by dressing the Luminor Due TuttoOro, a new elegant watch available in two versions that Panerai is presenting in this second half of autumn.

TuttoOro, which literally translates from Italian into English as “all gold”, defines the precious metal that dresses this duo from top to bottom, GoldtechTM, a gold alloy specific to the Florentine watchmaker that contains a high percentage of copper and platinum. This union provides a luminosity that is both flamboyant and durable. The intensity of this new material embraces the 38mm diameter case as well as the bracelet whose links take up the half-moon silhouette of the famous crown protection bridge. The whole is harmonious, comfortable and radiant.

The dial, presented in foam white or ocean blue, retains the sandwich structure typical of Panerai watches, with hollowed baton-shaped hour markers and Arabic numerals, which are flanked by a pair of golden hands, all coated with sand-colored Super-LumiNova®. The same goes for the curved small seconds hand at 9 o’clock. The date is indicated in a window at 3 o’clock. The Luminor Due TuttoOro is powered by the automatic P.900 caliber which, when fully wound, delivers a formidable three-day power reserve.