Month: January 2017

Panarai Panerai Power Reserve Regatta Watch

The new and unique PANERAI LUMINOR POWER RESERVE REGATTA regatta power reserve series commemorates the birth of the Panerai Classic Sailing Challenge 2005. Panerai has a special relationship with Sea World, and the regatta has always been a model to connect the two. The Luminor Power Reserve series is the representative of the 2005 edition.
     Luminor Marina series (2001, limited edition of 399 stainless steel), GMT time series (2002, with stainless steel case No. 1 to 300), Chrono series (contributed to the Laureus boat race) In 2003, titanium steel was limited to 399 pieces) and the Submersible series (2004, 500 steel pieces were limited). This year, the Luminor Power Reserve Regatta series is the legal watch for the Panerai Classic Yachts Challenge.
     This tour can be said to be an elite gathering, unparalleled. All the sailing ships participating in this event were produced in the most glorious period of sailing. Moreover, this is an important opportunity for Officine Panerai to affirm its watch history. With a long history and innovative elements, it has become the epitome of the watch, which was founded in 1938: it uses strict technology to improve the waterproofness of the case, which is unique in function and reliability. Today’s watches still demand a high degree of water resistance, because this has a stronger protection of various movements.
     In order to resist the pressure of 300 meters, the Luminor Power Reserve Regatta watch has a crown (faucet) bridge, which has been patented by Officine Panerai for many years. The 44mm stainless steel case is equipped with the Panerai OP IX movement and is manufactured with the highest quality. The balance pendulum vibrates 28,800 times per hour. After being fully refined, the power reserve can reach 42 hours.
     The Panerai Luminor Power Reserve Regatta series is limited to 500 pieces. The black dial is decorated with the words ‘Clou de Paris’, the luminous hour indicator and Arabic numerals (at 6 and 12 o’clock), the luminous baton hands, the small second hand at 9 o’clock Clock position, date at 3 o’clock, power reserve display at 5 o’clock.