Panerai has released a new version of its Luminor Marina 1950 3 Days automatic, and while the case, dial and movement all remain unchanged, the watch got a brand new metal bracelet. Bracelets are pretty uncommon in Panerai’s lineup — most of its watches come affixed to a leather strap — so a steel bracelet is certainly a unique addition to the lineup. The bracelet itself is actually based on a design Panerai released in 1999 from a special-edition Luminor chronograph. It features rounded cutouts in the links that are meant to mimic the look of the Luminor’s iconic crown lock and is available on both the 42mm and 44mm versions of the Luminor Marina 1950 3 Days.
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