Panerai replica broke the gold after the introduction of the steel automatic chronograph at the Geneva Watch and Miracle Exhibition.
Panerai’s main initiative at the Geneva Watch and Miracle Exhibition is to adopt a two-pronged approach to sustainable development. On the one hand, it released Submersible eLAB-ID, a concept watch made from 98.6% recycled materials, and a list of open source suppliers that other watchmakers can use to make their own recycled watches. They support this concept through a commercial release, which is based on the recycling-based Luminor Marina eSteel. These are just two things they prepared for the Geneva Show of Virtual Clocks and Miracles. There is also a new reduced version of the Bronzo-now a very wear-resistant 42 mm-and a series of automatic steel chronographs, debuting the new P.9200 automatic chronograph movement.
Panerai launched the chronograph in 2021. This complication can be traced back to the original Mare Nostrum and continues to this week’s Watches & Wonders live performance in Shanghai (April 14-18). Although the first P.6200 models were made of stainless steel and equipped with a closed back, the watch we have today is made of Panerai’s proprietary Goldtech alloy with a sapphire case back-despite its wave pattern Partially occluded.
Luminor Chrono Goldtech Blu Notte or “Blue Night” has a diameter of 44 mm. With the trademarked Panerai Luminor crown protector and a set of sturdy lugs, this is an impressive watch, just as you would expect from Panerai Luminor.
It’s not necessary to swim with an 18-carat gold chronograph, but it’s worth noting that the new PAM 1111 is water-resistant to 50 meters, so it’s best to stay on deck or on land. The steel version of the new P.9200 automatic chronograph that Panerai has launched so far has a closed back cover (about half a millimeter thick), providing a more sturdy packaging for those who really want to wet the replica men watch. When PAM 1111 is sold with a dark blue alligator strap that echoes the dial, Panerai uses a rubber strap.
You have undoubtedly noticed that the rose gold in the Blu Notte case is Panerai’s proprietary Goldtech, a special alloy that contains a higher proportion of copper and platinum. In addition to providing deeper and deeper colors, it also has fading resistance, which is an annoying problem for watchmakers who use rose gold. Several brands have their own alloys. Considering the color fastness, the most famous is Rolex, which is appropriately named Everose Gold.
Model: Luminor Chrono Blu Notte
Reference number: PAM 1111
Diameter: 44 mm
Thickness: 15.1 mm
Case material: Brushed Goldtech case
Dial color: Blue Notte (night blue), with satin shading sandwich structure and white Super-LumiNova
Index: Sandwich, using Super-LumiNova
Water resistance: 50 meters
Strap/Bracelet: Dark blue alligator leather, trapezoidal pin buckle satin Goldtech
Functions: hours, minutes, small seconds, chronograph
Diameter: 13 /14 lines
Thickness: 6.9 mm thick
Power reserve: 42 hours on the chain
Frequency: 28,800 vph