Panerai Replicahas recently announced the release of two new gold timepieces (PAM1041 and PAM1042). The two new watches, part of the brand’s thinner-cased Panerai Luminor Due collection, are ‘Goldtech’ models, so-called because of their use of a proprietary 18k gold alloy “notable for its high percentage of copper as well as the presence of platinum.”
Panerai Luminor Due Goldtech
The watches, sized at 42mm, are available with either a black dial with a satiné soleil finish and sandwich structure (PAM01041), or in white with luminous printed Arabic numerals (PAM01042).
The new Goldtech Luminor Due copy watches are powered by Panerai’s new Caliber P.900 automatic movement. Sized for the Due’s distinctive case with a thickness of just 4.2mm, it is one of the brand’s thinnest automatic movements, and sits on full display through the exhibition sapphire caseback.
The new Luminor Due watches are water-resistant to 3 bar, which suggests that the Due pieces are more for dress than diving. Another hint of this is the fact that they come supplied with elegant and interchangeable alligator leather straps fitted with Panerai Replica Watch Quick Release system and Goldtech buckles. The PAM01041’s strap is black with tone-on-tone stitching while the PAM01042’s strap is dark brown with beige stitching.
The latest edition to the Everest lineup is a curved-end leather strap for 44mm Panerai Luminor Copy Watch. As usual, these new straps carry the Swiss Made mark — a sign that distinguishes Everest straps as some of the most premium aftermarket options in the industry. As usual, these high-quality straps are available with either polished or brushed hardware.
Known for using premium materials, Everest works with a true vulcanized rubber. This kind of material highly resistant, Panerai Replica white nylon straps crafted from a hypoallergenic interwoven textile are ideal for watch-lovers with more sensitive skin.
One of the brand’s calling cards is the hardened insert embedded in the strap where it meets the Replica Watches Chinacase — an area of significant wear and tear. This ensures a snug, gap-free connection.