Panerai’s more upmarket offerings included a 47mm Radiomir 3 Days GMT (PAM 598) in gold with a striking blue dial, and the first 1940 Tourbillon (PAM 558) at $147,500.
Undeniably impressive, it was flanked by a boxed set of two of the brand’s better known “tool” watches from the 1990s, new 44mm versions of the Luminor Black Seal, here in a DLC black case, and Luminor Daylight. The set (PAM 785, around $23,000) is limited to an edition of 500.
But the real news is a slimmer self-winding Panerai P4000 movement with off-centre oscillating weight that allows for a slimmer profile. It made its debut in the Radiomir 1940 3 Days Automatic, cased in steel (PAM572, $12,200) and gold (PAM 573, $28,500.)
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