Panerai reveals four new interpretations of the Radiomir with a military green dial.
Inspired by the model of the 40s, with the characteristic cushion shape and integrated lugs, the new “Edizione Verde Militare” are available in three models with cases 45mm in diameter, and one model with a black sandblasted ceramic case 48 mm in diameter.
Accompanied by a non-reflective green colour and a beige shade of the luminescence, the new Radiomir differ thanks to a series of calibers produced entirely in-house by the Panerai Manufacture in Neuchâtel.
The Radiomir – 45 mm (PAM00995) is fitted with the P.4000 calibre, Panerai’s thinnest automatic movement, and it has two hands and a small seconds hand. – €.10.900.
Then there is the P. 4001, a model developed to supply additional information such as a second time zone, am/pm indication and the power reserve displayed on the back; this is the movement fitted to the Radiomir GMT – 45 mm (PAM00998) – €.11.700.
This mechanism was subsequently modified in the P.4002 version, which shows the power reserve indicator on the dial, a feature unique to the Radiomir GMT Power Reserve – 45 mm (PAM00999) – €.11.900.
Each of the three automatic movements has a bi-directional off-centred micro-rotor in tungsten alloy and a power reserve of three days.
The only one to have a hand-wound mechanical movement is the Radiomir – 48 mm, which is fitted with a P.3000 calibre indicating hours, minutes and small seconds. – €.12.900.
Water-resistant to a depth of about 100 metres and presented in a box of satin-finished green cherry wood, the new Radiomir watches are supplied with a spare strap as well as the original one. In beige for the steel versions or black for the ceramic version, with two loops and functional reinforcing inserts in each of the holes in the green leather lining.