Panerai Introduces The Luminor Goldtech Calendario Perpetuo Ref. PAM01269

Panerai continues to evolve from a military watchmaker to a manufacturer with a wider range of products for civilian use with the launch of the Luminor Goldtech Calendario Perpetuo PAM01269 Replica.

A variation on the minimalist Luminor perpetual calendar that debuted last year, the PAM1269 has a dial made of tinted sapphire, revealing the concentric calendar disc below.

If I was just browsing the new Cheap Replica Watches released this year, I would miss this Panerai because from a distance it looks like any other Panerai. But not only that.

In addition to being just a cleverly conceived perpetual calendar, this watch also includes an all-expenses-paid trip to Florence, curated by Panerai Replica Watch. Given Panerai’s historical ties to Florence and its status as a leading luxury watchmaker, I imagine this trip will be full of experiences that can’t be found any other way.

Travel aside, the watch itself is a marvel of clarity – a ton of information displayed on the front and back in as little as possible. The integrated display includes a second time zone and a four-digit year indicator.

Notably, the High quality replica watches indicators on the front are also linear—everything is contained on a horizontal axis from nine to three o’clock, giving it a clean, balanced aesthetic.

The sapphire dial shows the inner workings of the calendar, revealing double discs for the day and date display in a gold frame. All hour-markers are in the traditional Panerai style, engraved with Arabic numerals and a baton in the middle.

The Exact Panerai replica watch seconds hand at nine o’clock has a matte-brushed finish that contrasts with the shiny sapphire dial

The 44mm case features Goldtech, an 18k gold alloy with platinum, that retains the iconic Luminor round bezel form on a square case with a crown locking mechanism.

Inside is the automatic P.4100, which runs on energy stored in two barrels wound by 22k micro-rotors. The Quality Fake Panerai Watches movement beats at 4 Hz and has a three-day power reserve.

The movement’s three-quarters dial includes the month, year, leap year and power reserve display, which helps explain the concise dial on the front.