Introducing: The Panerai Radiomir 1940 Art Deco Dial (PAM 790 & 791)
For the most part, Panerai’s fake watch prices are minor departure from one of a handful of formulae. You have the fundamental Radiomir and Luminor archetypes, and each year the brand finds new and fascinating approaches to riff on these exemplary models. The fake watch prices we have here today though, the PAM 790 and PAM 791, think outside the box a tad. The Radiomir 1940 case is similarly as you’d anticipate that it should be (delivered here in the 47mm size), however the dials of these two fake watch prices are propelled by a historic pendulum check that sat in Panerai’s unique store in Florence. They both renounce the sandwich development and adequate lume, picking rather for level dials that have Art Deco style numerals, printed chapter rings, and resplendent, faceted hands. They’re strongly old-school and somewhat dressier than what you’re utilized to from Panerai.
Both fake watch prices are fueled by the P.3000 type, which is Panerai’s in-house hand-wound development. It packs three days of force save and the finishing has such a modern edge to it. Technically, the two models are indistinguishable, with the lone variety being the dark or ivory dial. Each is restricted to 300 pieces.
I’m a major Panerai fan, and it’s ideal to see the brand testing while as yet remaining consistent with its center personality. The way that these dials weren’t simply devised all of a sudden helps interface these models to the Panerai story and extra little touches like those hands (a shape Panerai has never utilized) and the domed Plexiglass gem amp up the vintage feel. With fake watch prices this way, those subtleties truly add up and take them to the following level.
Now I know it’s sort of Panerai’s schtick, yet I truly wish these fake watch prices weren’t 47mm. These dials in a 38mm Luminor Due case would make for some real dress fake watch prices that actually dribble with Panerai style. That is, obviously, an altogether different suggestion than what’s introduced here, however a person can dream, can’t he?
Model: Radiomir 1940 Art Deco Dial
Reference Number: PAM 790 & PAM 791
Case Material: Stainless steel
Dial Color: Black (PAM 790) or Ivory (PAM 791)
Indexes: Arabic numerals
Water Resistance: 100 meters
Strap/Bracelet: Leather lash with steel pin buckle
Caliber: In-House P.3000
Functions: Hours, minutes
Total Components: 160
Power Reserve: 72 hours
Frequency: 3 Hz (21,600 vph)
Additional Details: The hour hand can be hopped in one hour increments.
Evaluating & Availability
Limited Edition: 300 bits of each
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