Panerai’s first watches for left-handers were created in the early 1940s for Italian Navy commandos. Today, these are highly sought-after by collectors. This historic peculiarity is the distinctive feature of the new Panerai Luminor 1950 Chrono Monopulsante Left-handed 8 Days Titanio, a special edition with the the single-button manufacture chronograph movement. Find wallpaper and pricing inside.
The hand-wound has three spring barrels, giving a power reserve of eight days. The caliber also features a column wheel and vertical clutch. The single pusher controls all the chronograph functions – start, stop, reset. The seconds reset function enables the watch to be synchronized with a reference time signal.
The 44mm Panerai Luminor 1950 case is made of brushed titanium with a polished bezel and a sapphire crystal back which enables the movement to be observed and the power reserve to be read via an indicator placed on a bridge. Water resistance is 100 meters.
The brown sandwich dial has the large figures and hour markers which are Panerai replica, as well as a continuous seconds dial and minutes counter. The sandwich dial construction maximizes the dial’s legibility in poor visibility by placing two outer discs with cut-out figures on either side of an inner disk made from luminous material.