INTRODUCING: Panerai Luminor Due TuttoOro

The Panerai Luminor Due TuttoOro PAM 01182 in Goldtech.

The watchmaker goes for gold with two ultra-thin timepieces in Goldtech.

Gold is making a big comeback this year in watchmaking, and Panerai has stepped up as well with two new timepieces under the Luminor Due banner. The TuttoOro collection features Panerai’s first full gold bracelets, available with a sun-brushed white (PAM01326) or blue dial (PAM01182).

The Panerai Luminor Due TuttoOro PAM 01182 on the wrist of a model holding a cocktail drink.
The Panerai Luminor Due TuttoOro PAM01182 on the wrist.

The watchmaker has previously produced models with its signature bracelet in stainless steel. Its design is based on Panerai’s crown protection semi-circular ring, with a centre link fitted to it. Alternating mirror and brushed finishing on the surfaces of the bracelet creates this scale-like effect on the bracelet, which is designed to be highly ergonomic and comfortable for all-day wear.

The Panerai Luminor Due TuttoOro PAM 01326 presented in its watch box.
The Panerai Luminor Due TuttoOro PAM01326 presented in its watch box.

The Luminor Due TuttoOro timepieces use the brand’s Goldtech material, a unique alloy with high copper content, as well as platinum, to maintain its sheen and bring out the watch’s deep red gold hue. The 38mm case is exactly like the classic Luminor Due, with an ultra-thin form, polished slim bezel, and rounded cushion-shaped case. The sandwich dial features a date display at 3 o’clock and a small seconds counter at nine.

The front and back of the Panerai Luminor Due TuttoOro PAM 01326, revealing the dial's details as well as the P.900 movement.
The front and back of the Panerai Luminor Due TuttoOro PAM01326, revealing the dial's details as well as the P.900 movement.

Powering these two models is the P.900 self-winding movement, a reliable workhorse with a 3-day power reserve using just one barrel and running at 4Hz. The watch has a water resistance of 30m and 10.8mm thickness, which will fit perfectly under a shirt cuff. In addition, the compact and slim design of this watch makes it ideal for all genders and follows the current trend towards smaller timepieces.

The two models are priced at S$50,800 each and available at all Panerai authorised retailers and boutiques. So, for those celebrating a great 2022, this is an ideal timepiece to kickstart 2023 with in style.


Editor

Darren has been writing about, and admiring the craft of watchmaking for over a dozen years. He considers himself lucky to live in a golden age of horology, and firmly believes that the most difficult watches to design are the simplest and the most intriguing to discover.


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