Panerai’s New Logo-Less Watch Is a Subtle Masterpiece
It's what's on the inside of a $10k watch that counts
The first prototypes of Panerai’s now-signature Radiomir watch were designed in 1936. The watch was then conceived to meet timekeeping needs of the First Submarine Group Command of the Royal Italian Navy.
Originally produced in a run of 10 pieces, the military-grade ticker was refined over the next few years, with each design remaining big enough for easy reading (
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Only the second modern Panerai to be offered with an unsigned dial, the Radiomir 3-Days Acciaio’s 47mm stainless steel case, blued-out
Now exclusively available at Miami Design, the watch will eventually be available globally for a price of $9,800.
This timeless ticker exudes vintage class, so if it slips into enemy hands, you ain’t getting it back.