Officine Panerai the Radiomir 1940 - 42 mm
The Radiomir 1940, in both the steel and the red gold versions is also available with the case 42 mm in diameter with the P.999 hand-wound movement, the smallest and thinnest in the wide range of calibres produced by the Officine Panerai manufacture in Neuchâtel.
Visible through the window in the sapphire crystal window which opens on the back, the P.999 has a power reserve of 60 hours and a balance which oscillates at 21,600 alternations/hour (equivalent to 3 Hz). In the red gold version, where the arrises of the bridges are chamfered, smoothed and polished, the active length of the balance spring is adjusted by a swan-neck regulator, while in the steel version it is adjusted by curb pins.
The Radiomir 1940 (PAM00512) and the Radiomir 1940 Oro Rosso (PAM00513) are supplied with a black or brown alligator strap, and they are part of the Historic Collection.
RADIOMIR 1940 - 42 mm
- PAM00513 - ORRO ROSSO
- Hand-wound mechanical
- Panerai P.999/1 * / P999 ** calibre, executed entirely by Panerai
- 12 lignes
- 3 mm thick
- 19 jewels,
- Glucydur® balance, 21,600 alternations/hour
- Incabloc® anti-shock device
- Swan’s neck regulator **
- Power reserve 60 hours
- 144 * / 154 ** components
Functions : Hours, minutes, small seconds
- Diameter 42 mm, AISI 316L polished steel * / 18 ct. polished red gold **
- Screw-down winding crown personalised OP
Bezel : Polished steel * / 18 ct. polished red gold **
Back : See-through sapphire crystal
- Black* / Brown ** with luminous Arabic numerals and hour markers
- Seconds at 9 o’clock
- Sapphire, made of corundum, 1.6 mm thick
- Anti-reflective coating
Water-resistance : 10 bar (~ 100 metres)
Strap : PANERAI personalised alligator strap and trapezoidal polished steel buckle * /18 ct. polished red gold buckle **
The trademarks Glucydur® and Incabloc® are not the property of Officine Panerai.