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Radiomir is the first watch developed by Officine Panerai in 1936.
The development was owing to the request of the Italian Royal Navy, which wanted "luminescent watches designed for divers”.
The modern PAM425 is the re-issue of an enigmatic specimen made around ‘30s called SLC by Panerai which had a dial similar to the present and just two specimen are known to date.
The present specimen features a massive 47mm stainless steel case, SLC sandwich dial with the iconic submergible at 6 o’clock.
The P3000 caliber is visible trough the sapphire case back.
The watch is offered in nos condition with original brown leather strap, box and papers.
Case: 47mm stainless steel
Bracelet: Original Panerai leather strap, stainless steel buckle
Movement: Manual, cal.P3000, 21 jewels
Movement no: 02x.xxx
Documents: Warranty papers
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