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Panerai's Radiomir Mare Nostrum Titanium

A 1943 Panerai original, reconstructed and resurrected.
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The Radiomir Mare Nostrum ("Our Sea") takes it back to 1943, when the Panerai family created an exclusive watch for the deck officers of the Royal Italian Navy who operated on the Mediterranean Sea. Using the few examples left of the original 1943 timepiece, Panerai has brought back the design for 2015 complete with the classic styling and modern movements and hardware. 

The large, 52mm case is made from a lightweight, brushed titanium that houses their Panerai OP XXV calibre, an exclusive hand-wound movement featuring a Glucydur balance, an Incablock anti-shock device, Côtes de Genève bridge decoration, and a power reserve of 55 hours. 

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