Luminor 1950

There are 25 products.
The Luminor 1950 received a much more striking design in 2002: the Panerai Luminor 1950 now has a diameter of 47 millimetres and thus surpassed every other Panerai model. The Panerai Luminor 1950 watch model was introduced to the market with only 1,950 units. In 2010, the company designed the Luminor 1950'Model L'Astronomo' (Equation of Time Tourbillon Titano). The timepiece combines different astronomical readings. For example, the user can read the times of sunrise/sunset and the distance between the middle and true solar time. This Panerai Luminor 1950 is powered by a manual winding movement. 15 years ago'Panerai' was a rather unknown watch manufactory, which was only known to insiders. However, this situation has changed in the meantime. Today, the concessions are much sought after by dealers, and lovers of luxury watches call themselves'Paneristi'. The fans regularly meet at specially initiated Panerai meetings to exchange experiences. However, Panerai's luxury watches are neither equipped with innovative precision mechanics nor with unusual gadgets. Most models have a higher power reserve, but otherwise no technical extravagances. It was only in 2005 that the watch manufacturer Panerai presented its first own movement. The steep rise of the company is mainly based on the design of the watch models, which is reminiscent of a unique and authentic past.
Sort by
Showing 1 - 23 of 25 items
Items per page

Watches from Panerai - Luminor and Radomir series

The Panerai brand launched its first wristwatch model as early as 1936. However, the timepieces of this era were only made for the Italian military and navy. The Panerai Radiomir California was the first to be designed for combat swimmers who needed a timepiece with a bright dial that could withstand water pressure. Panerai's current designs are divided into two series - Luminor and Radomir, both characterized by striking naval details. The Panerai Luminor owes its name to the luminous substance used in its dial and hands. One of the most important features that is still in use today is the crown guard bar. It was designed during the 1940s and secured the crown after the watch was wound. It was pressed against the side of the housing by the bracket so that no water could penetrate.

Watches from Panerai in a pioneering role

At the beginning of 2013, the watch manufacturer introduced its first flyback chronograph - the Panerai Luminor 1950'3 Days Chrono Flyback' (e.g. reference PAM00614). The handles of this model Luminor 1950 by Panerai were mounted on the left side of the case to obtain the characteristic Panerai look. Also in 2013 Panerai released the Luminor 1950'Marina 3 Days Automatic' (e.g. reference PAM00499) - for the first time with a white dial and 42 mm case. This was followed in 2014 by a Panerai Luminor 1950 model with a 44 mm housing diameter - the Panerai Luminor 1950'Marina 3 Days Automatic Acciaio'. As with many of the company's wristwatches, a Panerai movement was used. However, the Panerai brand was not the only pioneer in technical innovations. The Panerai Luminor 1950'Submersible Carbotech' watch was launched at Baselworld in 2015 with Carbotech as the case material. Panerai is a composite material that is manufactured on a carbon fiber basis and was used here for the first time. Since 2014, the company has also been assembling a manufactory movement (P.9001 automatic movement) in the 'Panerai Luminor 1950'3 Days GMT Automatic'. In 2016, the GMT model was given a blue dial combined with beige numerals, hands and indexes.

Interested in a watch of ?

Please fill out the attached form for a no-obligation request. We are glad to arrange your request and will contact you within 24 hours providing information about availability, price and expected delivery time.

*
*
*
*
*

Luminor 1950

Zahlungsmethoden
Proven benefits
Trusted Shops Guarantee
Privacy
Service quality
Customer protection
Secure payment with SSL encryption
English
Deutsch

Deutsch

English

English