Panerai Luminor 70th Anniversary
Luminor was patented in 1949, but it was not used until 1951, so Panerai Look Alike has been waiting for the release of a tribute watch. The tribute watch not only pays tribute to its glorious past, but also pays tribute to the present.
Specifically, it pays tribute to Guillaume Néry, a French freediver who has multiple sports records. Free diving takes you into the depths of scuba divers, but you are not equipped with any equipment. Instead, you hold your breath. Néry’s deepest free diving depth is 139m.
The latest Luminor series from Panerai
This Panerai Luminor Marina 44 mm Guillaume Néry replica vs original watch has a diameter of 44 mm and a thickness of 16.2 mm, but because the case is made of titanium, it is very light. This is not an ordinary titanium alloy engraved block, but is made using a technique called direct metal laser sintering (DMLS).
A very high-power laser sprays a specific shape into a container filled with extremely fine titanium powder. After the laser is completed, the container will be lowered slightly, and then use one arm to smooth the powder so that the laser can blow up the next layer. The thickness of each layer is 0.03 mm, which means that the process takes a long time and is very costly.
The Panerai clone movement bezel and crown are made of titanium with a rubber coating, and the bottom cover is also titanium, but with DLC coating. The back is engraved with the silhouette of Néry diving under the waves, and is accompanied by a badge, indicating that this watch has a 70-year warranty.
The dial is a sandwich dial, which means there is a separate dial at the bottom, and there is a luminous light between the bottom dial and the top dial. This is a Panerai Copy For Sale logo, so I’m glad to come back here to see it. In addition, Luminor is business as usual, which means that you will get a smart and practical watch, no frills, but very individual.