We are proud to present this stylish Panerai Luminor 1950 8-Days GMT for sale in mint condition.
1993 was a key year in the history of Panerai and its most iconic watch, the Luminor. In that year, for the first time, the brand presented the Luminor and its variation the Luminor Marina to the public. Before then, Panerai watches had been available only to military forces. Known for their large cushion-shaped cases and innovative locking crown mechanism, they quickly caught the eye of watch enthusiasts and celebrities alike and have gone on to produce many variations of the classic design.
This reference, the PAM00233 comes set in the classic cushion-shaped 44mm stainless steel case with a clean black sandwich dial, featuring luminous hour indexes and 12/6 numerals. There is a power reserve situated between 5-7 o'clock, classic date aperture at 3 o'clock, in addition to an am/pm indicator, GMT and running seconds sub-dial at 9 o'clock. The dial is protected by a domed sapphire crystal glass and the case is fitted with the patented design crown giving up to 30atm (300m/1000ft) water resistance. It is powered by the manually wound calibre P.2002 GMT movement which boasts an 8-day power reserve and is visible through an exhibition caseback. It comes fitted on a black leather strap and is completed by a trapezoidal brushed stainless steel pin buckle.
Originally purchased in circa 2010 and in mint condition, coming supplied with its original inner and outer boxes, instruction booklet, spare black rubber strap, barcodes, Panerai adjustment tools, panerai service documents (September 2023) and warranty booklet.
This Luminor is covered by its Panerai service guarantee until September 2025.