Pre-SIHH 2014: Panerai presents the Luminor 1950 Left-Handed 3 Days – 47 mm PAM00557

Panerai Luminor 1950 Left-Handed 3 Days - 47 mm PAM00557

The 2014 Panerai Luminor 1950 Left-Handed 3 Days – 47 mm PAM00557 combines the more contemporary design of the Luminor 1950 and the historic design of the Radiomir from the year 1936.

The inner part of the 47 mm steel case has an arched form, looks like the typical cushion shaped Radiomir from the year 1936. The new Luminor 1950 has its winding and adjusting crown art the left side positioned at “9 o´clock”. The up to 100 meters waterproof AISI 316L-steel watch case is equipped with an old-fashioned 3 mm thick Plexiglas. The Luminor 1950 is powered by the in-house, hand wound calibre P.3000 with a power reserve of 3 days. It is delivered with a second Plexiglas and a rubber and leather bracelet that can be exchanged at home with the also delivered screwdriver.

 

Panerai Luminor 1950 Left-Handed 3 Days - 47 mm PAM00557
Panerai Luminor 1950 Left-Handed 3 Days – 47 mm PAM00557
Panerai Luminor 1950 Left-Handed 3 Days - 47 mm PAM00557
Panerai Luminor 1950 Left-Handed 3 Days – 47 mm PAM00557
Panerai Luminor 1950 Left-Handed 3 Days - 47 mm PAM00557
Panerai Luminor 1950 Left-Handed 3 Days – 47 mm PAM00557

 

Look at this “towering” 3 mm thick Plexiglas… Looks great!

Panerai Luminor 1950 Left-Handed 3 Days - 47 mm PAM00557
Panerai Luminor 1950 Left-Handed 3 Days – 47 mm PAM00557

 

This is a Panerai I liked when I clicked on the pictures and I saw them the first time. I, like most of you, wear my watches on my left arm, so the crown should then be at the right side of course…  But I think I could easily make an exemption of the rule with this ticking beauty for left handed persons here 🙂

 

 

 

 

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2 Comments

  • This watch is obviously meant for a left handed person that is going to be wearing the watch on his right arm . The watch will be uncomfortable if worn on the left arm because the crown will dig into the flesh .

    • Of course it is meant for left handed persons but I still think you could also wear it on the other hand. I don’t think the crown will do this since such a big watch does not move so much on your wrist. Could look different and cool in my eyes…

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