Radiomir Quaranta


The origins where it all began


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Detailed features & specifications

For over a century, the Panerai family legacy has been intertwined with precision instruments made to accompany the Italian military in their exploits. Commissioned by the Royal Italian Navy to supply high-precision instruments, it was Guido Panerai’s Radiomir – a radiumbased substance that illuminates for visibility in the dark – that began it all when it was patented in 1916.

Technical Details

Movement – Automatic mechanical, P.900 calibre, 12 ½ lignes, 4.2 mm thick, 23 jewels, 28,800 alternations/hour. Incabloc® anti-shock device. Power reserve 3 days, one barrel. 171 components

Functions – Hours, Minutes, Small seconds, Calendar aperture

Case – Diameter 40mm, polished steel

Bezel – Polished steel

Back – Closed, driven, polished steel

Device Protecting the Crown

Water Resistance – “3.0 bar (~30.0 metres)”

Strap – Alligator Blu profondo, Blu profondo Stitching, 24.0/18.0 Standard size

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