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Panerai refines their most famous silhouette with the new Luminor Due

A slimmer companion to the Luminor lineup.
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Panerai fans wishing for a slimmer take on the Luminor are in for a treat today as the company has introduced a new line of watches called the Luminor Due. The new collection refines the iconic silhouette with a thinner case, which has been reduced by 40% and now comes in at just 10.5mm. 

The watch is the thinnest Luminor the company has ever created and they've managed to accomplish that feat while maintaining the use of their in-house movements. The watch comes in steel or gold with 42mm or 45mm case options and both will feature Panerai's hand-wound P.1000 calibre that has a power reserve of three days.

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