Designed for the deep sea depths with its sturdy satin-finish 47mm titanium case, signature crown protection bridge and water-resistance to 300m, the Luminor Submersible 1950 has a self-winding P.9100 calibre made in Switzerland by Panerai on deck. Aside from the 72-hour power reserve, it also...

The most Italian watch brand in Switzerland pays tribute to its home city of Florence. Founder Giovanni Panerai opened a watchmaking workshop in the Tuscan capital in 1860. It has since become the flagship store whose windows showcase its very own exclusively designed timepiece: Radiomir...

Designed in 1949 and finalised in 1950, the Luminor collection still has the same instantly recognisable design features 65 years on: the cushion-shaped case has an oversized crown guard and "sandwich" dial with large Arabic numerals. This 44mm black sandblasted ceramic model houses a self-winding...

Luminor is the name of the luminescent substance which replaced the radium-based material (radioactive alkaline earth metal) in 1949 which was used up to then in the Panerai watches and inspired the watchmaker to create a new collection of the same name. The cushion-shaped Luminor...

71 years after designing its first chronograph, Officine Panerai presents three pieces forged out of precious metals whose design is heavily inspired by the Florentine watchmaker’s 1940s models. Whether the 45mm cushion-shaped case is in white gold, rose gold or platinum, each model is limited...