Panerai unveils Luminor Due TuttOro
The new design features a stunning sun-brushed sandwich dial
Panerai has announced the release of the Luminor Due TuttoOro, a remarkable new piece building on the brand's classic Luminor Due design.
The Due TuttOro features a sun-brushed sandwich dial, a textured surface that moves light along its expanse, and displays minutes, hours, small seconds and the date.
An automatic calibre P.900 powers the Panerai Luminor Due TuttoOro. Measuring only 4.2mm thick, it is the first Panerai movement of its size to combine the date function and a three-day power reserve. Panerai Luminor Due TuttoOro is water-resistant to three bar (about 30 meters) and includes a tool to allow interchangeability of the bracelet.
The 38mm case and bracelet are forged from Panerai Goldtech, incorporating high copper content and platinum. Copper contributes to the deep, red tone of the metal, while the platinum content ensures the color is distinctively radiant.
The piece is available in two colors, white and deep, marine blue; the latter will be sold in Panerai boutiques exclusively.