Pre-owned Panerai Luna Rossa automatic watch, features a 47mm black titanium case surrounding a dark gray dial on an orange rubber strap. Functions include Date, Hour, Minute, Second, and small seconds The watch is water resistant up to 300m. Try on and enjoy this Panerai Luminor and other pre-owned luxury timepieces at our La Maison Yamron Boutique located at the Waterside Shops in Naples, FL ->
In an exciting development for luxury watch lovers and sailing enthusiasts alike, Officine Panerai has announced its official sponsorship of the Luna Rossa Prada Pirelli Team, named as the Challenger of Record of the 36th America’s Cup. Marking yet another milestone in the watchmaker’s long-standing association with the sea. One that traces its origins all the way back to early 20th-century, when the Florentine company built its reputation for providing robust, precise and reliable diving instruments to the elite frogmen commandos of the Royal Italian Navy. In more recent times, this maritime focus has expanded to included professional sailing, an adrenaline pumping, high-energy sport that demands equally robust and reliable timepieces.
As part of this exclusive partnership, Panerai has unveiled the new Luna Rossa collection, featuring four distinctive watches engineered for the Luna Rossa Prada Pirelli Team. Inspired by the revolutionary full-foiling monohull AC75 Luna Rossa, these models boast extremely strong yet lightweight titanium or carbon fibre cases, distinctive sail cloth pattern dials and a host of other features that make them ideal companions for any and all sea-going adventures
The concern known today as Officine Panerai was established in Florence in 1860 –one year before the formation of the modern Italian state. At the time, its founder, Giovanni Panerai, established an office combining the functions of a watchmaking school, a repair workshop, and a sales showroom. Eventually assuming the name Orologeria Svizzera, the company soon became an influential point of sale for Swiss watches.
The late nineteenth century saw Panerai enter a transitional period under Giovanni and his son, Leon Francesco. Father and son worked with recognized watch industry leaders from the Swiss horology heartland to establish supplier ties that became the basis for the Italian firm’s sales growth and eventual watch production model. Movements, cases, specialized parts, and entire watches traveled from Swiss specialists to Panerai’s offices as needed.
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