There are few luxury timepieces capable of inspiring the imagination in the way that the Officine Panerai 1950 collection does. Each wristwatch in this series is housed in a variation of the classic Luminor case, which features Officine Panerai's patented flip-down crown guard and round bezel set on the iconic rounded square case. Although each watch in the 1950 line has its own unique character, several similarities exist between them. All timepieces in the line sport a gorgeous and elegant jet black dial with light-colored, luminous Arabic numerals marking twelve, three, six and nine o'clock in most cases.
The 1950 series features a range of dial designs to suit any taste and functional requirement. For those seeking stylish simplicity, the 1950 Luminor's dial with only an hour and minute hand and small seconds complication at nine o'clock will surely meet the mark. Completing the look is a light brown, hand-sewn leather strap and stainless buckle. For those who demand both striking good looks and significantly enhanced function, the Luminor 1950 Pangaea features an exceptionally strong case and advanced depth gauge for the diving enthusiast. For the racing or sporting enthusiast, the Luminor 1950 Rattrapante boasts an exceedingly accurate mechanical split second complication, complete with flyback mechanism.
With its luxurious brushed 18k pink gold case, the 1950 Monopulsante GMT will not disappoint individuals seeking a bit of flash with their function. Packed with Officine Panerai's masterfully engineered manual PAM002777 movement with an eight-day power reserve and advanced Chrono functions, it is one of the finest traveler's timepieces available.
Officine Panerai's 1950 series is clearly a unique offering in the world of luxury timepieces; it's just waiting o be explored.