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The Everyday Watch Part I- An Introduction to Calendar Complications

The Everyday Watch Part I- An Introduction to Calendar Complications

Collectors of fine wristwatches love complications. Web forums are littered with marathon debates concerning the relative merits of chronographs, minute repeaters, tourbillons, and more – much more. Some of these contentious threads run for years. Like madness, true love knows ...

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Panerai PAM 315, a GMT Tourbillon Crafted In Titanium

Panerai PAM 315, a GMT Tourbillon Crafted In Titanium

The Panerai 315 uses a luminescent material called Radiomir. This material was used to paint the numerals and hands on the dial of this incredible timepiece. Panerai opted to use this material that is incredibly luminescent because of its radioactive properties. Panerai has another luminescent material called Lumonir, and Panerai uses the name of these luminescent materials to name their timepieces.

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