|Reference:||PAM00655 (aka: PAM655, PAM 655)|
|Name:||Radiomir 1940 42 3 Days Automatic Stainless Steel / White|
Price in euro
The Panerai Radiomir 1940 PAM 655 was introduced in 2015. It features a smaller-than-usual case (42mm) and is powered by Panerai's automatic micro-rotor P.4000 caliber.
The design and the main characteristics of the Radiomir 1940 3 Days Automatic came directly from the 1940s but their modernity is such that the watch has an absolutely contemporary style. The dial of the new Radiomir 1940 3 Days Automatic is offered in white and the graphic design maximizes the dial’s clarity and legibility, with the large black figures corresponding to the hour markers and the small seconds dial at nine o’clock, a characteristic of Panerai watches of the 1940s. The cushion case, in AISI 316L stainless steel with polished finish, is 42 mm in diameter and only 10.93 mm thick. On the back of the Radiomir 1940 3 Days Automatic is a round window with a sapphire crystal through which the automatic P.4000 movement, entirely made in the Officine Panerai Manufacture in Neuchâtel, can be admired. The new Radiomir 1940 3 Days Automatic (PAM00655) is water-resistant to 10 bar (a depth of about 100 metres) and it is supplied with a natural, untreated leather strap, with contrasting stitching.
Officine Panerai presents the P.4000 calibre, the first automatic movement with an off-centre micro-rotor completely developed and made in the Panerai Manufacture at Neuchâtel. This design means that the rotor is mounted off-centre and is therefore smaller in diameter than the calibre itself: a sophisticated technical solution enabling the thickness of the movement to be substantially reduced. The small oscillating weight is inserted within the movement rather than superimposed upon it and the result is a calibre which preserves all the Panerai characteristics of accuracy, reliability and solidity but with a thickness of only 3.95 mm.
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