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Item No. 10748184 Panerai

PANERAI Luminor 1950 Chrono Monopulsant GMT Ceramic Watch

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PANERAI Luminor 1950 Chrono Monopulsant GMT Ceramic Watch
$21,500

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    THE P.2004, A MOVEMENT MADE BY OFFICINE PANERAI, and an innovative machining process on the case make the Luminor 1950 Chrono Monopulsant 8 Days GMT Ceramic - 44 mm a key player in the history of fine watchmaking. It's an underwater watch like its predecessors, but with additional functions that make it both sporty and sophisticated. Made of high-tech black ceramic, machined using an isostatic pressure process, making the structure extremely hard and highly resistant to temperature changes, corrosive agents, scrapes and scratches.The screwed-in titanium back plate is coated with a special black treatment, and the sapphire crystal window shows off the manual P.2004 movement. On the left, a ceramic button starts, stops and resets the chronograph. The power reserve indicator is located above the 6 on the black dial, with a cursor that moves horizontally, while at 3 and 9 o'clock, respectively, are the chronograph's minute counter and the constantly moving small seconds dial.

    Watch Care

    Give your watch a quick check on a regular basis, wiping down the face and bracelet with a soft cloth, checking the leather on a strap, and making sure that the strap or bracelet is firmly attached to the watch face. Also, while many watches are water resistant, few are truly waterproof, so if you find that moisture or dust has penetrated the case of your watch, bring it into your local Ben Bridge store where we can have one of our watchmakers clean it out for you.

    Our best advice on watch maintenance is to never attempt do-it-yourself repairs, no matter how handy you are or how good the instructions are on Youtube. Watches are super complex little machines and only an expert watchmaker should be trusted to get a watch back into working condition. Attempts by an untrained repair person may seriously damage the watch and can even invalidate factory warranties.  In general, having your watch checked regularly by your Personal Jeweler or watchmaker and serviced according to the manufacturer's guidelines should keep it in excellent shape.

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