Panerai Radiomir Regatta One/Eight Second Titanio Exclusive Edition 2010 Review

In 1860, an Italian named Giovanni Panerai established the Officine Panerai in Florence in Italia. The watch company eventually received the charge of his grandson, Guido Panerai. In 1900, the organization grew to become the state supplier of watches and precision instruments towards the Regia Marina, or the Royal Italian Navy.

Via a centenary existence, Panerai maintained its unshakable style, rather than stopped to produce over and, once again, watches based on effective maleness, moderns design, and impeccable timekeeping precision and reliability, which naturally become coveted collectable products, one of the brand’s exclusive clientele.


The past few years, Panerai has pleasantly impressed the field of Haute Horology. Today I would like to a distinctive edition of 500 watches from Panerai – Panerai Radiomir Regatta One/Eight Second Titanio Exclusive Edition 2010, a strongly designed watch-line, which emanates, style, dynamism and maleness.

The watch includes a slightly extra-large, cushion-formed, titanium case, calculating 47-mm across, which demonstrates a sporty brushed finish, and which includes the brand’s patented wire loop strap-accessories, along with the brand’s personalized winding crown and chronograph push pieces. In addition, the fashionable architecture from the watch includes a round polished bezel along with a transparent case-back fitted with Classic Yachts Challenge 2010 inscription, and offers 100-meters water-resistance, making the timepiece appropriate for swimming and amateur diving.


The watch includes a stylish black dial, fitted seconds scale around the outer dial’s outer rim, with luminescent Arabic numeral hour markers, and hands, one minute and knot (calculation of boat speed) sub-dial, situated at 3 o’clock position, 1/eighth second sub-dial situated at 9 o’clock, central split-seconds and chronograph.


In addition, the watch is animated with a high-precision, self-winding mechanical movement, the exclusive Panerai OP XXI caliber, which includes 42 jewels, an Incabloc anti-shock system, and also the monometallic Glucydur balance, which oscillates in a frequency of 28,000 oscillations each hour, and which confers the benefit of a great 42-hrs power reserve.

Furthermore, the watch’s face is shielded with a corundum sapphire crystal, calculating 1.9 mm, also it comes matched up having a black Panerai personalized leather strap, guaranteed with a large brushed-titanium buckle. So far as the cost goes, we predict so that it is pretty exclusive, and around $17.900.00. Really impressive watch, right?

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