Luminor 1950 Tourbillon GMT

    Panerai’s 47-mm, steel-cased, in-house tourbillon is as technical as it was unexpected, turning on an axis different from any other tourbillon and faster than most at 30 seconds per revolution. The Luminor also features a GMT indication, making it a great travel watch, a hand-wound mechanical Panerai P.2005 calibre movement, and is water-resistant up to 100 meters. Inside Information: The movement was developed by the Richemont Group, headquartered in Neuchâtel, Switzerland.

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