LUMINOR TOURBILLON GMT 47MM LO SCIENZIATO
LOOKING TO THE FUTURE
The approach is logical. Combining fine watchmaking materials and mechanisms is the guarantee to making a captivating watch. Let us demonstrate with the PAM00768.
Released for the first time in 2010 in a 48 mm ceramic Radiomir case, Lo Scienziato, “the scientist“ in Italian, in homage to Galileo, returns this year in a sophisticated version with a 47 mm Luminor case made of sandblasted titanium. This option chosen by Panerai endows this exclusive timepiece with a completely different personality. Carbotech, which forms the bezel, crown and lever of the crown’s protection mechanism, enhances the high-tech personality of this watch. The green-colored components provide an easy-to-read layout of the time information. Within this modern ultra-light architecture, weighing just 18 g, presides the P.2005/T caliber, which also has a record-breaking weight of 23 g.
In the minimalist skeletonized display, there are three hands: one for the hours, one for the minutes, and one for a second time zone. The small seconds dial at 9 o’clock is arranged symmetrically with the am/pm indication. Everything is powered by the manual-winding movement equipped with a tourbillon and its cage which pivots once every 30 seconds to enhance the precision and smooth running. Three barrels assembled in series also guarantee an ample power reserve of 6 days, which is displayed on the power reserve indicator.
The Luminor Tourbillon GMT 47mm Lo Scienziato comes in a cherry wood box with two straps, one in gray leather and the other in black Velcro.
Price: 145,000 EUR
By Dan Diaconu
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