A remarkable timepiece from the luxury Specialties Collection, Panerai Radiomir Tourbillon GMT Titanio 48mm watch (PAM 00315), is made of a tough material and uses a superb hand-winding movement, with a tourbillon indicator. This model caries out a traditional aesthetic touch of the very first Radiomir watches.
Panerai Radiomir Tourbillon GMT comes with a vintage designed case, made of brushed titanium. It has over-sized diameter of 48 mm and features removable wire loop strap attachments. The case incorporates a polished titanium bezel and a screw down winding crown.
A real attraction is inside the case, which you can partially see trough a transparent sapphire crystal back. The fact is that Panerai did not expose its tourbillon complication by making skeletonized timepieces. However, a single axis tourbillon is added to the in-house Panerai Calibre P.2005, as a super-quality, which ranks the Panerai Radiomir Tourbillon GMT among the precious timepieces.
Panerai’s hand-winding movement comprises 31 jewels, oscillates on the frequency of 28,800 alternations per hour and incorporates an anti-shock system. Thanks to three spring barrels, it possesses an extraordinary power reserve of 6 days (the indicator of remaining power is placed on the caseback).
Panerai Radiomir Tourbillon GMT Titanio 48mm watch features two sub-dials – the one for the small seconds is located at the 9 o’clock. This sub-dial incorporates a white dot which indicates the tourbillon’s movement, by changing the position every 30 seconds. The 24h indicator lies at the 3 o’clock position.
This watch has a stylish brown dial, with recognizable design of big Arabic 12 and 6 and with luminescent hour markers. The central hands also contribute to the highest visibility of the Panerai watches, as well as the anti-reflective sapphire crystal. A classic alligator strap, with a large-size buckle, matches the color of the watch dial.
Panerai Radiomir Tourbillon GMT Titanio watch (PAM 00315) has superb water-resistance up to 100 meters, expected from the brand, which had built the reputation as a supplier of the Italian Navy.