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Panerai Luminor Luna Rossa PAM01342
Panerai Luminor Luna Rossa New Look
Panerai has partnered with the Luna Rossa team that won the Prada Cup in the most recent Copa America since 2017. For the upcoming 2024 Copa America in Barcelona, as well as the renewed partnership between the two parties, Panerai is Luminor Luna Rossa.
This novelty complements the existing Luminor 44mm collection with a colour update to the Luna Rossa collection. The range is quite large, and this novelty is now the entry-level of the Luna Rossa lineup.
The palate is now a rather bold white dial with the Luna Rossa logo in a single row above 6 o’clock, with a red secondary seconds hand. The strap is now grey with flashing red on the stripes with the Luna Rossa logo. The Luminor Luna Rossa includes two straps: a grey bi-material strap with a red stripe with the team logo, and a black rubber strap with a steel pin buckle.
The overall look is more classic than the 44mm Luminor Chrono Luna Rossa released in 2021, which features a blue theme. Granted, both look very nice and classic than either the 44mm Titanium DLC Luna Rossa GMT PAM01036 or the smaller 42mm Carbotech Luna Rossa GMT PAM01096 model. According to our aesthetic, the GMT model is more edgy and modern.
The movement is still the P.600 movement that Panerai claims is made in-house, but most sources say it is made by Val-Fleurier, a company owned by Panerai's parent company, Richemont. This movement is intended to replace the Unitas 6497 movement used in entry-level models. The movement is 15½ lignes in diameter and beats at 21,600 bph.
For decades, the Panerai manufacturer has built a reputation for designing instruments for adventurers, especially those who test their mettle in the sea, providing watches that demonstrate technical reliability in extreme conditions on Earth and beyond . Team Luna Rossa, who won the Prada Cup in the most recent Copa America, is one of the top sailing clubs in the world. With a shared love for the sea and a proud Italian heritage, Panerai and the Luna Rossa team have been partners since 2017, with Panerai supporting the team and drawing inspiration from the Luna Rossa sailing technology to create A watch universe that embodies the spirit of yachting. To coincide with the start of the next Copa America in Barcelona in 2024 and the renewal of the partnership, Luminor Luna Rossa has launched a new look.
Limited to 1,500 pieces, the Luminor Luna Rossa presents an inspiring fresh personality, offering a modern interpretation of nautical style; an unexpected palette of white, grey and red is the basis of this versatile understated watch. Its 44mm stainless steel case has a polished finish that complements the polished levers and contrasts with the brushed crown protector, while the grey Super-LumiNova™ luminous green and red small seconds hand accent the matte white dial with the personalised Luna Rossa signature.
The P.6000 movement powers the Luminor Luna Rossa, a hand-wound watch with a three-day power reserve. The movement also features a mechanism to stop the balance wheel when the winding crown is pulled out for more accuracy when adjusting the time.
The Luminor Luna Rossa is water-resistant to 10 bar (approximately 100 meters) and consists of two straps: a grey bi-material strap with a red stripe with the team logo, and a black rubber strap with a steel pin buckle.
Panerai Luminor Luna Rossa Specifications
refer to. PAM01342
Movement: Manual winding mechanical, P.6000 movement,
151⁄2 lignes, 4.5 mm thick,19 jewels, 21,600 strokes/hour. IncablocTM anti-vibration device. a barrel. 110 components
Functions: Hours, minutes, small seconds
Power reserve: three days
Case: 44mm polished stainless steel, brushed stainless steel caseback. Safety-lock crown protector in brushed steel. Sapphire crystal made of corundum
Dial: White with luminous Arabic numerals and indexes. Small seconds at 9 o'clock
Strap: Bi-material grey with red stripes with Luna Rossa logo, steel buckle
Water resistance: 10 bar (~100 meters)