Introduction To Panerai Power Reserve Ceramic Watches

In the newly launched Radiomir8 Days Ceramica & mdash; 45mm 8-day power reserve ceramic watch, Panerai will use high-tech ceramic materials and Panerai independently developed by the Neuchâtel watch factory The manually wound P.2002 / 3 movement is subtly combined.

Ceramics have unique appearance and excellent hardness, scratch resistance, corrosion resistance and high temperature resistance. In recent years, it has become one of the materials of choice in the high-end watch industry. Panerai uses zirconia (ZrO2) as the synthetic ceramic for the Radiomir 8 Days Ceramica & mdash; 45mm 8-day power reserve ceramic watch case. This material is made of powdered raw materials through an isostatic process. The appearance is very even and smooth. Panerai’s manual-winding P.2002 / 3 movement has an 8-day power reserve. It not only has three barrels, it also has a linear power reserve display on the dial. In addition to the date at the 3 o’clock position, the movement is equipped with a special device that allows the wearer to quickly and individually adjust the hour hand without adjusting the minute hand.

The Radiomir 8 Days Ceramica & mdash; 45 mm 8-day power reserve ceramic watch has an all-black look, whether it is the dial with the signature sandwich construction of the pillow-shaped ceramic case, or the DLC (diamond-like carbon) coated titanium The buckled buffalo straps are in black. The appearance of the dial chassis is in harmony with the overall design. Through the sapphire glass window, you can see the exquisite movement details. All iconic elements on the dial, including large numbers and hours, hands and small seconds at 9 o’clock, date window, and linear power reserve display, are covered with a special layer of light brown Super & mdash; LumiNova? Luminous material.

Radiomir 8 Days Ceramica & mdash; 45mm 8-day power reserve ceramic watch (PAM00384) belongs to the historical series (Historic Collec-tion), limited to 700 pieces.