In 1993, the watch manufacturer Panerai decided to launch a watch edition called Panerai Luminor. The owner of such a watch can enjoy fine models in titanium, pink gold or white gold as well as steel. The bottoms of the housings are screwed together. For the case backs, the manufacturer relies throughout on excellently processed steel or titanium. In the contemporary collection, the large numerals and hands stand out. This is where the eponymous luminous substance Luminor comes into play. The same luminous material that allows you to see the dial even in the dark. The watches of this series are suitable for extreme water depths. The Submersible 1950 3 Days Automatic Titano is designed for water depths of up to 300 metres. These luxury watches are all distinguished by their brilliant beauty and high functionality. This is not least due to the Glucydur® balance oscillating 28,800 times per hour.