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The left-handed watch with the winding crown set at 9 o’clock on the left side of the case, has occupied an important seat in the history of Panerai PANERAI since the 1940s. The first left-handed watch was exclusively for Italy Developed by the Royal Navy Commando. Italian Navy commandos need to wear multiple instruments on their wrists at the same time. This watch, which is suitable for right-handed use, is especially suitable for the needs of the naval operations force with arm-wound compass and depth gauge. To this day, left-handed models are still favored by those who prefer right-handed watches or love the story of Panerai’s legendary watches.
The new Luminor Submersible 1950 left-handed watch is water-resistant to 300 meters
The new Luminor Submersible 1950 left-handed watch also has a winding crown on the left side, equipped with Luminor and Luminor 1950 series’ iconic crown bridge protection device. The 47 mm diameter case is made of titanium. The special rotating bezel, inspired by the brand’s model developed for the Egyptian Navy in the 1950s, makes this watch an ideal tool for underwater diving: the bezel can calculate the dive time and can only be rotated counterclockwise in one direction to Ensure safety and security. The screw-down case back engraved with a slow torpedo pattern (Siluro a Lenta Corsa) is an underwater instrument developed by the Italian Navy, which is used by commandos to perform difficult underwater tasks.
New Luminor Submersible 1950 left-handed watch crown adjustment system is easy and quick to operate
The new Luminor Submersible 1950 left-handed watch features a black dial with Paris studs, and minimalist Super-LumiNova® dots and stick-shaped hour markers. In addition to being clear and easy to read in the dark, it also has a retro look. 9 o’clock position with date display, 3 o’clock position with small seconds.
Luminor Submersible 1950 Left-Handed Watch Black Dial with Paris Studs and Brown Natural Leather Strap with Beige Stitches
This Luminor Submersible 1950 left-handed watch is equipped with a P.9000 self-winding mechanical movement independently developed by Panerai. Both barrels are continuously driven by a two-way balance wheel. The crown time adjustment system is simple and fast to operate: the hour hand beats in one-hour units, and the adjustment process does not affect the operation of the minute hand; the date is automatically adjusted, and no special manual adjustment is required, but it can also be adjusted independently.
Limited edition of 1,000 new Luminor Submersible 1950 left-handed watches