Panerai gives the Radiomir 1940 an art deco update

Inspired by the pendulum clocks sold in Panerai family's store.
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Panerai Radiomir Art Deco

Panerai's got a new Radiomir with a dial that's a bit different than what we're normally used to seeing from the Italian watchmaker, the design, however, is grounded in the company's history. This new art deco dial is inspired by the pendulum clocks sold in the Panerai family's store, a historic shop that was frequented by Florence's aristocracy. The watch itself features a 47mm case with plexiglass crystal and their P.3000 in-house manually-wound movement, which has a power reserve of three days. 

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