In 2016, Panerai introduced the Luminor Due, a thinner version of the iconic watch for enthusiasts looking for sleeker options in new colours and complications. This year, there were six new references unveiled as part of this collection, including two models in ‘Goldtech’ – the brand’s proprietary blend of gold, copper and platinum. This is the PAM01045. Photo: PaneraiIn 2016, Panerai introduced the Luminor Due, a thinner version of the iconic watch for enthusiasts looking for sleeker options in new colours and complications. This year, there were six new references unveiled as part of this collection, including two models in ‘Goldtech’ – the brand’s proprietary blend of gold, copper and platinum. This is the PAM01045. Photo: Panerai
In 2016, Panerai introduced the Luminor Due, a thinner version of the iconic watch for enthusiasts looking for sleeker options in new colours and complications. This year, there were six new references unveiled as part of this collection, including two models in ‘Goldtech’ – the brand’s proprietary blend of gold, copper and platinum. This is the PAM01045. Photo: Panerai

STYLE Edit: Panerai thinks slim with Luminor Due models

Calibre P. 4000, the thinnest automatic movement ever developed by Panerai, has a decentralised micro-rotor which feeds energy into two spring barrels that offer a power reserve of three days

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In 2016, Panerai introduced the Luminor Due, a thinner version of the iconic watch for enthusiasts looking for sleeker options in new colours and complications. This year, there were six new references unveiled as part of this collection, including two models in ‘Goldtech’ – the brand’s proprietary blend of gold, copper and platinum. This is the PAM01045. Photo: PaneraiIn 2016, Panerai introduced the Luminor Due, a thinner version of the iconic watch for enthusiasts looking for sleeker options in new colours and complications. This year, there were six new references unveiled as part of this collection, including two models in ‘Goldtech’ – the brand’s proprietary blend of gold, copper and platinum. This is the PAM01045. Photo: Panerai
In 2016, Panerai introduced the Luminor Due, a thinner version of the iconic watch for enthusiasts looking for sleeker options in new colours and complications. This year, there were six new references unveiled as part of this collection, including two models in ‘Goldtech’ – the brand’s proprietary blend of gold, copper and platinum. This is the PAM01045. Photo: Panerai
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