Finally. A Panerai pocket watch for Radiomir die-hards. This very special timepiece truly allows one to admire the new and improved cusp-shaped case of the Radiomir re-introduced in 2012. Obviously the classic wire loop strap attachments were omitted. In their place we find a single gold bow arched over the winding conical crown, and attached to it is a 40-cm long gold chain designed to evoke nautical sentiments.
Fluted for maximum traction, the conical crown engraved with the OP logo makes winding the movement a breeze. Detaching the gold chain from the bow can be simply achieved thanks to a spring-loaded lever in the hook.
In accordance with pocket watch tradition, the watch features a hunter’s case back which pops open to reveal a beautifully skeletonised manual-winding movement, Calibre P.3001/10. Offering a three-day long power reserve, the movement’s twin barrels had been artfully skeletonised and chamfered, as were many of its bridges.