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...

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...