Panerai Luminor Marina Watch

No. BB 1048072, Ref. OP 6560, manufactured in 2002, limited to 5000 pieces. Back cushion 4 case, self-winding movement, waterproof function, stainless steel three-piece case, polished and frosted, screw-in case back, crown with Panerai patented protective device, rounded lugs, Sapphire crystal with date zoom window, white dial, black Arabic numerals, luminescent dots, small seconds at 9 o’clock, date display window at 3 o’clock, luminous material filled with baton-type hands, black treated, Cal. 7750-P1 rhodium-plated movement, 21 rubies, linear lever escapement, single-metal balance wheel accurately calibrated in 6 directions, shock absorber, self-compensating spring, stop-second device, case size 40 × 40 mm, thickness 16 mm.
[Short Comment] Since Panerai was incorporated into Richemont Group in 1997, CEO Angelo Bonati has adopted a ‘big one and one small’ business strategy, which has not only made this small company that is not well known in the history of watches and clocks a leap into Internationally renowned enterprises. And in the industry has since set off a big watch. ‘Large’ refers to large size; ‘One small’ refers to small batches. Panerai, who produced military watches, need not say more about using a ‘big’ case. The strategy of using extremely ‘small’ numbers to stimulate watch fans to pursue it will undoubtedly be a great success.
     Most of the diving watches use black dials-at least dark ones. This is because black dials are more conducive to noctilucent readings when the water is completely dark. The modified version of ETA 7750 is widely used in Panerai, and even today it is still mixed with its own movement in different series. This movement is representative of Panerai’s early modification and use of ETA movements, plus a relatively small number, so it is reasonable to be favored by watch fans.


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