Copy Panerai Radiomir 3 Days Acciaio Pam00685 & Pam00687

Copy Panerai Radiomir 3 Days Acciaio Pam00685 & Pam00687

Introducing the forthcoming, panerai radiomir copy watches PAM00685 & PAM00687.

These mightn’t be divers watches by today’s standards but these two new Radiomirs can trace their ancestry right back to one of Panerai’s earliest Italian Naval watches.

That watch known as the Type A was a water-resistant watch created by Guido Panerai in the late-1930s for the Regia Marina.

replica panerai radiomir 1940 3 days automatic acciaio 42mm
replica panerai radiomir 1940 3 days automatic acciaio 42mm

It was also supplied to German Navy Assault Swimmers AKA Kampfschwimmers. In those days Rolex was already an industry leader with their patented water-proof cases, so unsurprisingly, Panerai turned to them for one of the legendary Oyster cases for the Radiomir and to power it, a 17 jewel mechanical movement also by Rolex.

So Rolex, a British company were actually supplying radiomir 1940 3 days automatic acciaio watches to the enemy – bit of weird one that – not sure Churchill would have approved!

While the Radiomir 3 Days Acciaio PAM00685 & PAM00687 were inspired by an historic model, they are of course brimming with the very latest Panerai-tech.

However, one cool feature in particular, the crystal has gone old school with a low-tech solution a Perspex crystal just like the one used by the Radiomir Type A.

fake Panerai 1940 3 Days GMT Power Reserve
fake Panerai 1940 3 Days GMT Power Reserve

Another cool feature is the fixed bezel which has been engraved with some text reading ‘Officine Panerai Brevettato’, a reference to Panerai’s historic patented luminous material which was used for the Type A’s California sandwich dial’s markers and brass hands.

Today power comes not from Rolex but courtesy of Panerai’s in-house P.3000 caliber, which has a power-reserve of 3 days.

Ref. PAM00685, comes with a matte black sandwich dial while panerai radiomir replica watch has a tropic-style, faded Radium-colored dial – which is kinda how one would might look today after decades of degrading.

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