The Iconic Panerai Radiomir Has a Fresh New Face

Panerai’s classic diver has a new dial dripping with art deco style.


One could argue that the Panerai Radimoir is already an art deco timekeeping icon. The diver was developed and produced in the late 1930s and 1940s and subsequently features design elements ver rooted in the art deco era. And the Radiomir you can buy today retains many of those elements, but a new special edition from the brand kicks the art deco vibes up a notch.

Fundamentally, this watch is the same Radimoir we all know and love. It features the classic 47mm cushion-shaped case water-resistant to 100 meters, and its powered by Panerai’s in-house P.3000 movement, a hand-winder with a three-day power reserve. The changes come mostly in the dial, which the brand says was inspired by a pendulum clock found inside Panerai’s storied Piazza San Giovanni storefront, which served as the watchmaker’s home starting in the 1860s. The design includes some distinct art deco numerals as well as a golden minute track, set against either a black or cream-colored dial.

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