4 New Replica Panerai Radiomir 1940 Watches

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It was a Radiomir 1940 roadshow for Panerai at Replica Watches & Wonders last week in Hong Kong, with four new models introduced. The Radiomir 1940 embodies the purity and simplicity of the original cheap Panerai replica watches design, with its no-frills, highly legible sandwich dial and signature cushion-shaped case.

Replica Panerai_Pam620_frontThe star of the new lineup was the Radiomir 1940 3 Days Automatic (PAM00620, below), a smaller, slimmer, steel model, compared to the typical 45-mm and 47-mm sizes. It has been scaled back to 42-mm in diameter and measures just 10.93 mm thick despite the automatic movement, thanks to an off-center micro-rotor. The PAM00620 contains the automatic Caliber P.4000, beating at 4 Hz, with twin barrels for a 72-hour power reserve. A sapphire crystal caseback reveals bridges that are as unadorned as the dial, with simple brushed finishes and a wide bridge that covers almost half the movement, making it particularly robust. Also visible is the micro-rotor, which is made of tungsten steel because of its high density. The dial is also pure Panerai, with its sandwich structure, small seconds counter at 9 o’clock, large bar hour markers and numerals at the cardinal points. The case is made of AISI 316L stainless steel, a metal particularly resistant to corrosion. All surfaces are given a dress-fake Omega watch-style high polish. It is water-resistant to 100 meters.

Also measuring in at a scaled-down 42 mm is the replica Panerai Radiomir 1940 3 Days with the hand-wound Caliber P.1000, available in both rose gold (PAM00575) and steel (PAM00574). The steel version (below) has a striking green strap that is color-coordinated with the green Super-LumiNova on the sandwich dial.

Replica Panerai_PAM574Purists who prefer Panerai’s signature large proportions, along with a few more embellishments, will appreciate the 45-mm Panerai Radiomir 1940 10 Days GMT Automatic Oro Rosso (PAM00625 with a black dial/strap and PAM00624 with brown dial/strap, pictured below, both in rose gold). It contains Panerai’s first skeletonized automatic movement, Caliber P.2003/10. Bridges and barrels are chamfered and polished, and the outer edge of the rotor is engraved with “Officine Replica Panerai.” The dial retains the classic simplicity of a Radiomir despite the added functions, which include a date window, day/night indicator, linear power-reserve indicator, small seconds and a second time zone – indicated with a central arrow hand. The movement has three mainspring barrels, delivering a 10-day power reserve.

Replica Panerai_PAM624Both the P.1000 and P.2003/10 calibers incorporate a seconds reset function, which zeroes the seconds hand when the crown is pulled out. The P.2003/10 has a mechanism that allows the local time hand to be adjusted forward and backward in jumps of one hour at a time without stopping the minute hand or interfering with the running of the Cartier replica watches sale. It automatically adjusts the date.

Replica Panerai_PAM559The blockbuster introduction of the show was the dramatic Radiomir 1940 Tourbillon GMT Oro Rosso (PAM00559, above and below), a 48-mm piece in Panerai’s Lo Scienziato collection. The collection pays tribute to the genius of Galileo Galilei, the medieval astronomer credited with formulating the law of isochronism. It contains the hand-wound Caliber P.2005/S, with a 30-second tourbillon escapement that rotates on a perpendicular axis instead of parallel to that of the balance wheel, a striking visual effect. The movement is skeletonized and blackened, and visible on both the dial side and through the caseback. The barrels are also skeletonized, revealing the mainsprings – two are visible on the front and one on the back. The hour markers and numerals are fixed directly onto the black flange. It will be produced in a limited series of 30 pieces.Rolex replica watches website

The Web of Swiss Replica Watches Time

After Starfleet Machine and Melchior the robot, introducing Arachnophobia, the spider-clock that spins a new stage in the partnership launched in 2009 between Max Büsser & Friends replica watches and clockmaker L’Epée.

MB&F ArachnophobiaEvery home used to have at least one. Hung on the wall, standing on the sideboard or perched on the mantle. Unassuming or elaborate, clocks regimented time for the entire family. Today, of course, it’s a different story. Only a smattering of prestigious names – Patek Philippe,Jaeger-LeCoultre,Hermès,fake Cartier watches,Vacheron Constantin,Parmigiani Fleurier… – still feature clocks in their catalogue. And even then only sporadically, given that many brands don’t manufacture the movement themselves. Clocks have become a niche market to which the brands in question cater with more or less conviction.

An icon returns

In the midst of this rather sparse landscape, one figure stands out: L’Epée, Switzerland’s last remaining high-end Rolex replica watches clock manufacturer, based in Delémont in the Jura mountains and part of Swiza Group. In 2009 the company would have gone under, were it not for a handful of investors who were determined to save its age-old expertise from history’s bottom drawer. Since then business hasn’t just picked up; it has been transformed. Six years ago, L’Epée did little more than manufacture movements for third parties. The clocks it produced under its own name represented just 6% to 7% of revenue. Now it’s the opposite. Clocks have come up trumps and account for 60% of sales, the unmistakable sign of a revival of interest in this type of timepiece: clocks that don’t simply give the time but are intended as mechanical artworks that take shape in their creator’s limitless imagination.

MB&F Arachnophobia 2L’Epée owes much to its collaboration with Max Büsser and his friends (MB&F), a collaboration that began in 2009, precisely when L’Epée was making its comeback. The founder of MB&F and Arnaud Nicolas, CEO of L’Epée, immediately saw eye to eye, as Arnaud Nicolas recalls: “We’re both engineers, which I’m sure helps each of us see where the other is coming from. But that doesn’t explain everything. We hit it off from our very first meeting, both on a personal replica Breitling and a professional level. We complement each other and are open to what others have to say. We’re also keen to get to the bottom of things. Fast.” Max Büsser, as one might expect, concurs: “For many years, all my projects have been based on collaboration. It’s this pooling of talents that interests me. The collaboration with L’Epée and Arnaud Nicolas is authentic and possibly the best one of all. We’re in a field that allows unbridled expression. We’ve already imagined three objects together, each of which grabbed the attention of both media and collectors, and which have almost all found takers. And I’m sure you’ll be even more amazed by what we’re lining up next.”

A time-telling spider

For the time being though, after Starfleet Machine, the intergalactic clock-cum-spaceship, and Melchior the mechanical robot, this autumn it’s the turn of Arachnophobia to spin its web. As its name suggests, this is a spider-clock that will be equally at home on a table or desk as it will mounted on a wall. Indeed, it is perhaps in its vertical configuration that this extraordinary object truly comes into its own. Max Büsser found inspiration for its design in Louise Bourgeois’ giant spider sculpture, Maman (Mother). The abdomen houses the movement and the Omega replica uk dial. The softly curved legs are made as one piece and are articulated where they join the body, meaning they can be rotated to give the spider subtly different attitudes. Interestingly, the legs aren’t cut on a CNC machine but instead are injection-moulded, using brass for the gold-coloured version and aluminium for the black edition. Each leg is, of course, hand-finished in keeping with the values of Haute Horlogerie.

MB&F Arachnophobia 3The movement is a hand-wound calibre with an eight-day power reserve and a frequency of 2.5 Hz (18,000 vph). Totally visible and extensively skeletonised, it is of course from L’Epée, which has adapted and transformed it for this purpose. The regulating system represents the spider’s head while the other end contains the movement’s one barrel. A black dome forms the spider’s body, with hour and minute hands pointing to white numerals, a signature of other MB&F creations. The movement is key-wound on the underside of the spider. Its finishes and decorations are also to Haute Horlogerie standards. Like every joint endeavour between MB&F and L’Epée, Arachnophobia bears the name of both its creators, and is proposed as two 500-piece limited editions.caltour.co.uk