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Panerai Radiomir

The elegance of the Panerai Radiomir gives it a timeless charm that is rarely found in the modern world of watchmaking. Launched in 1936, the watch enjoys a simple, uncluttered dial and is made - in typical Panerai style - only from the highest quality components.

The Radiomir’s dial often features simple markers, along with Arabic and Roman numerals, giving it a distinctive, uncomplicated look and style. Despite this refined look, the Radiomir is a high performer in terms of functionality, too. Water resistant to a depth of 100 metres, as well as featuring luminous markings and a screw-down winding crown, the watch was originally designed for sole use of the Royal Italian Navy. For a combination of subtle, traditional appearance and highly accurate timekeeping, the Panerai Radiomir makes an excellent choice.

The elegance of the Panerai Radiomir gives it a timeless charm that is rarely found in the modern world of watchmaking. Launched in 1936, the watch enjoys a simple, uncluttered dial and is made - in typical Panerai style - only from the highest quality components.

The Radiomir’s dial often features simple markers, along with Arabic and Roman numerals, giving it a distinctive, uncomplicated look and style. Despite this refined look, the Radiomir is a high performer in terms of functionality, too. Water resistant to a depth of 100 metres, as well as featuring luminous markings and a screw-down winding crown, the watch was originally designed for sole use of the Royal Italian Navy. For a combination of subtle, traditional appearance and highly accurate timekeeping, the Panerai Radiomir makes an excellent choice.

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Panerai Radiomir

The elegance of the Panerai Radiomir gives it a timeless charm that is rarely found in the modern world of watchmaking. Launched in 1936, the watch enjoys a simple, uncluttered dial and is made - in typical Panerai style - only from the highest quality components.

The Radiomir’s dial often features simple markers, along with Arabic and Roman numerals, giving it a distinctive, uncomplicated look and style. Despite this refined look, the Radiomir is a high performer in terms of functionality, too. Water resistant to a depth of 100 metres, as well as featuring luminous markings and a screw-down winding crown, the watch was originally designed for sole use of the Royal Italian Navy. For a combination of subtle, traditional appearance and highly accurate timekeeping, the Panerai Radiomir makes an excellent choice.

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