Luminor Due for the first time with 38 mm dial

Panerai presented an elegantly redesigned version of its iconic model at SIHH.

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+5 imagesLuminor Due for the first time with 38 mm dial

Luminor Due watch with 38 mm dial was presented by Panerai at the Salon International de la Haute Horlogerie (SIHH) in Geneva in January. The Italian brand shone with a seriously revised version of its iconic model. Now the thinnest among the Panerai watches comes with the name Luminor Due 3 Days Automatic and has an elegant design with clear, minimalist lines offering a variety of colours in dial and straps.


The collection offers six variants - four with 38 mm dials and two are 42 mm. They all have a frame made of stainless steel or red gold, waterproof up to 30 m. The mechanism is OP XXXIV, with automatic winding and power reserve for three days.


The design of the dial is clear, with large and clear figures in the typical Panerai style, a small stopwatch, and for the first time in this model - a date window. The winding is protected by accidental strikes with a special bridge mechanism, patented by Panerai in 1956.

38-mm Luminor Due 3 Days Automatic are thin 11.2 mm and 42 mm long - 10.5 mm.


In Geneva, the Italian brand also presented two Luminor Duo 3 Days Automatic models with a 45 mm dial with a classic, solid look and six new additions to the Luminor Base Logo collection - with sophisticated technology and some new design details.

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