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Panerai Luminor Due: A Tribute to the 1950’s Panerai Luminor

Back in the 1860s, Panerai was known for being a supplier of high-precision instruments and watches to the Italian Royal Navy, creating several prototypes to meet the navy’s requirements. This eventually gave birth to the Panerai Luminor collection that provides a safer and more luminous watch carrying safer self-luminescent materials and a tritium-based substance (a hydrogen isotope), that are still present and greatly improved in today’s collection of Luminor watches. One of which is the Panerai Luminor Due, paying tribute to the classic 1950 Luminor watch but carrying a new and slimmer casing and a wide variety of watch selections including GMT Power Reserve models.

While these watches are highly inspired by the first timepieces created for the Italian Navy, the Panerai Luminor Due is more of a dress watch rather than a diving watch considering that it boasts only 30m water resistance unlike the 100 m water resistance of the usual Panerai diving watch. While it may not be at par with its diving roots, Panerai’s Luminor Due has a fair share of things to boast starting with its 1950s casing that was reduced to 40% or 10.7mm which makes these models 36% lighter than their predecessor. Underneath these thin cases houses either a manual or automatic movement, with the latter being the thinnest in-house automatic movement by Panerai. 

Prices at a Glance: Most Popular Panerai Luminor Due Watches 

Model

Price (Approximate)

Features

Panerai Luminor Due Panerai Luminor Due PAM00675

$25,500 USD

  • 45mm polished Goldtech™ casing, sun-brushed anthracite with luminous Arabic numerals and hour markers in the dial, small seconds at 9 o'clock, and black alligator strap
  • Automatic mechanical, P.4000/10 caliber with up to 3 days power reserve
  • Hours, minutes, small seconds functions
  • 3 bar (30m) water resistance

Panerai Luminor Due PAM00677

$21,900 USD

  • 42mm, polished Goldtech™ casing, anthracite sun-brushed with luminous Arabic numerals and hour markers in the dial, small seconds at 9 o'clock, and light blue alligator strap
  • Hand-wound mechanical, P.1000/10 caliber with up to 3 days power reserve
  • Hours, minutes, small seconds, seconds reset functions
  • 3 bar (30m) water resistance

Panerai Luminor Due PAM01280

$16,900 USD

  • 38mm, polished Goldtech™casing, white mother of pearl with golden luminous Arabic numerals and hour markers in the dial, date at 3 o'clock, small seconds at 9 o'clock, and shiny red alligator strap
  • Automatic mechanical, P.900 caliber with up to 3 days power reserve
  • Hours, minutes, small seconds, date functions
  • 3 bar (30m) water resistance

Panerai Luminor Due PAM01045

$15,700 USD

  • 38mm, polished Goldtech™casing, white with luminous Arabic numerals and hour markers in the dial, date at 3 o'clock, small seconds at 9 o'clock, and shiny red alligator strap
  • Automatic mechanical, P.900 caliber with up to 3 days power reserve
  • Hours, minutes, small seconds, date functions
  • 3 bar (30m) water resistance

Panerai Luminor Due PAM00964

$12,200 USD

  • 45mm, brushed titanium casing, blue sun-brushed with luminous Arabic numerals and hour markers in the dial, date at 3 o'clock, power reserve indicator at 5 o'clock, small seconds at 9 o'clock, and dark blue alligator strap
  • Automatic movement, P.4002 caliber with up to 3 days power reserve
  • Hours, minutes, small seconds, date, GMT, 24h indicator, power reserve indicator, and seconds reset functions
  • 3 bar (30m) water resistance

Panerai Luminor Due PAM00944

$11,200 USD

  • 45mm casing, polished bezel, with dark brown alligator strap
  • Automatic movement, P.4002 caliber with up to 3 days power reserve
  • Hours, minutes, small seconds, date, GMT, power reserve indicator, and seconds reset functions
  • 3 bar water resistance

Panerai Luminor Due PAM00729

$11,200 USD

  • 45mm, brushed titanium casing, sun-brushed blue with luminous Arabic numerals and hour markers in the dial, small seconds at 9 o'clock, and dark blue alligator strap
  • Automatic mechanical, P.4000 caliber with up to 3 days power reserve
  • Hours, minutes, and small seconds functions
  • 3 bar (30m) water resistance

Panerai Luminor Due PAM00674

$10,500 USD

  • 45mm, AISI 316L stainless steel casing, sun-brushed black with luminous Arabic numerals and hour markers, and small seconds at 9 o'clock in the dial with a black alligator strap
  • Automatic mechanical, P.4000 caliber with up to 3 days power reserve
  • Hours, minutes, and small seconds functions
  • 3 bar (30m) water resistance

Panerai Luminor Due PAM01124

$7,400 USD

  • 42mm, AISI 316L polished steel casing, blue sun-brushed with luminous Arabic numerals and hour markers, date at 3 o'clock, small seconds at 9 o'clock, and steel strap
  • Automatic mechanical, P.900 caliber with up to 3 days power reserve
  • Hours, minutes, small seconds, and date functions
  • 3 bar (30m) water resistance

Panerai Luminor Due PAM01043

$6,200 USD

  • 38mm, AISI 316L polished steel casing, white with luminous Arabic numerals and hour markers, date at 3 o'clock, small seconds at 9 o'clock, and calf strap
  • Automatic mechanical, P.900 caliber with up to 3 days power reserve
  • Hours, minutes, small seconds, and date functions
  • 3 bar (30m) water resistance

 

How much is a Panerai Luminor watch? 

Prices for the Panerai Luminor Due 3 Days Acciaio Series

The Panerai Luminor Due 3 Days Acciaio Ref. PAM00676 is one of the first models introduced under the Luminor Due collection released in 2016. Its 10.5 mm super thin case holds the in-house P.1000 caliber, a hand-wound mechanical movement that can hold up to 3 days of power reserve. This movement is fitted under a slim case with a selection of AISI 316L polished steel, a hypoallergenic, and highly resistant metal to corrosion. Going over to its dial, the stainless steel model is accented with a sun-brushed black sandwich dial displaying luminous Arabic numerals, hour markers, and small seconds at 9 o'clock while its back displays a see-through sapphire crystal. This 40mm Panerai watch is priced at $7,900 USD. 

Prices for the Panerai Luminor Due 3 Days Oro Rosso Models 

The Panerai Luminor Due 3 Days Oro Rosso series has two of the most eye-catching models under their wing—the PAM00677 and the PAM00741. Apart from its signature 10.5 mm thin case, both models feature a red gold case, a Panerai gold tech that boasts a percentage of copper that brings this red hue to the gold. On top of its elegant case is an anthracite sun-brushed and signature sandwich dial for the Panerai Luminor Due 3 Days Oro Rosso PAM00677 and the first-ever ivory dial with blue accents for the Panerai Luminor Due 3 Days Oro Rosso PAM00741, a different dial design from the usual Panerai. Both models tick the in-house P.1000/10 caliber that is conveniently seen from its sapphire crystal display at the back of the case and finished off with a fitting blue alligator strap. The unique color palette of both models has given these watches a unique look among the rest, not to mention that they sit just right on your wrist all thanks to their thin and light build. Both models are priced at $21,900 USD. 

Prices for Panerai Luminor Due GMT Watches

The Panerai Luminor Due GMT PAM00964 is a 45mm watch in brushed titanium, housing the P.4002 caliber that offers not only 72 hours of power reserve but also a power reserve indicator. Unlike the previous models, the GMT watches display three functions in their dials. Apart from the signature small seconds at 9 o'clock, you’ll find a date display at 3 o'clock and the power reserve indicator at 5 o'clock. All of these are displayed in a blue sun-brushed dial, with its in-house watch movement captured through the see-through sapphire crystal at the back of the case. This model is priced starting at $12,200 USD. 

Prices for the Panerai Luminor Due 38mm Models

While the Panerai Luminor Due watches are known for their lighter and thinner casing, these models are still big chunks in terms of diameter. Downsizing the collection for a slimmer, lighter, and easier watch to slip on your wrist, the Panerai 38mm models, such the Panerai Luminor Due PAM0075, boast a 38mm polished steel casing in the signature Panerai shape of a cushion. And on its sun-brushed anthracite dial are luminous Arabic numerals and hour markers with a date display placed at 3 o’clock and a small second counter situated at 9 o’clock. Underneath it boasts a P.900 caliber that is equipped with a power reserve of up to 3 days. The watch is accented with a green calfskin strap and is priced at around $5,800 USD. 

Another Panerai 38 mm model is the Panerai Luminor Due PAM00903, cased in polished steel. Like the previous model, its OP XXXIV caliber allows it to have 3 days of power reserve. It resembles PAM00741 in its ivory dial, accented with blue in its Arabic numerals and yellow for its markers. A date display is neatly placed at 3 o’clock and the small second counter at 9 o’clock for a perfect balance. The hands are also accented in blue and yellow in harmony with the indices. To complement the blue accents, this $6,200 USD model is dressed in a dark blue calf strap. 

History Behind the Panerai Luminor Due Collection

The Panerai Luminor Due is considered a new chapter of history for Panerai. First released in 2016, the model follows through the look and design of the famous and classic Luminor 1950 that was first designed for the Italian Royal Navy. During that time, Panerai created several prototypes including the Panerai Radiomir watch, which features radium-based powder that gives luminosity to its dial. The luminescent and self-luminescent materials used back then were patented by Panerai in 1949 and were improved over a decade to low and harmless emission of hydrogen isotope. This new luminescent tritium-based substance took the name of Luminor and boasts the famous crown-protection bridge. 

After several models continuously being evolved throughout the years, Panerai released the Luminor Due in 2016 as a mark of a new generation of watches highly inspired by the iconic 1950s watch. Today, the watches are redesigned and improved, carrying almost the same look but with a thinner and lighter casing, in-house automatic movements with a micro-rotor. These new watches, with their 30 m water resistance capability, are made to accommodate people who are looking for a dress watch to wear for all occasions.

Reasons to Buy a Panerai Luminor Due Watch

While the Panerai Luminor Due collection is mostly known for its reduced case thickness, there is so much more to unfold underneath these small and thin models. Discover what Panerai’s  Luminor Due collection has in store for everyone who’s looking for a luxury watch that is easy to fit and carry on your wrist. 

1. The Luminor Due collection features models that boast Panerai Goldtech™ metals in its watch as well as hypoallergenic and highly resistant AISI 316L polished steel cases. 

2. While being highly inspired with diving watches, the Panerai Luminor Due is the dress-watch version of these models boasting classy and minimalist designs.

3. Panerai Luminor Due boast reduced thickness in its casing for slimmer and lighter wearing

4. Underneath the thin cases are thinner in house caliber movements 

5. The collection also offers both hand-wound mechanical and automatic movements

Emerging From The Past and Owning Up The Future Generation of Watches 

Without a doubt, Panerai’s Luminor Due marks a new chapter in the brand’s historic watchmaking journey by reintroducing an old and classic tool from the past that serves as an important timepiece back then. Today, the brand continues the collection’s journey towards the future generation through the modernized, lightweight, and classic minimalist designs of the Panerai Luminor watches preserving the same DNA of the Luminor 1950 that is sure to last onto the future. 

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