The iconic Radiomir stands out with its sandwich dial, rounded Arabic numerals, and distinctive cushion-shaped case.
Originally using radium-based luminous paint, the watch’s reputation remained untarnished despite its harmful components. Panerai later improved it by introducing the Luminor watch with tritium-based material on the indexes and hands. This innovation is now used in modern Panerai timepieces.
Since its 1938 debut as a military dive watch, the Panerai collection has evolved into a versatile line. Initially crafted for the Italian Navy, it quickly gained popularity among watch enthusiasts when made available to the public. Celebrating its 80th anniversary, let’s explore the enduring style of the Radiomir watch.
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