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by Aleta Saeger July 30, 2020 2 min read

2020 marks the 70th anniversary of the Panerai Luminor. In celebration of the iconic case design, Panerai has released a plethora of new Luminor models earlier this spring and will continue to do so as the year continues. Back in April, we covered the release of the Luminor 70 year collection here. The Luminor collection unveiled three new Panerai models, each with its own unique case material. Today, we’ll take a quick look into the new Panerai Luminor PAM 1313.

The new PAM1313 is a 44mm Luminor Marina. “Marina” signifies the presence of a small seconds complication located at the 9 o’clock position of the dial. The case is made of stainless steel and lives up to its dive watch heritage with a screw-down case back, depth rating of 300m, and registered trademark crown guard. The watch is powered by an automatic in-house calibre P.9010 with a 72 hour power reserve that features an hour, minute, small seconds, and date complication. While still considered by many to be oversized at 44mm and 15.65mm thick, the case dimensions fit well into Panerai’s history. Also, Panerai’s cushion case design achieves a comfortable feel on the wrist that you would not expect from a watch of this size. 

panerai luminor marina pam1313Image Credit: Panerai.com

panerai luminor marina 1313Image Credit: Panerai.com

The watch features a beautiful blue dial with a satiné soleil finish. For years, Panerai has designated blue and green dials as limited editions or boutique only pieces. In my opinion, having a dial with this color configuration as a regular production model will do very well for the brand as it is readily available for all Panerai enthusiasts.Paired with an elegant blue alligator strap, the PAM1313 is a spec’d out tool watch that can go from the boardwalk to the boardroom and never look out of place.

panerai marina pam1313Image Credit: Panerai.com

Priced at $7,700 USD, it falls in-line with other Luminor models with similar features. The watch will be available at Panerai Boutiques and Authorized Dealers later this year. Don't forget to check out Swiss-Made Everest watch bands for Panerai. Everest offers Panerai watch bands in rubber and leather.

Written by Patrick Bernardez

Header Image Credit: Panerai.com

Aleta Saeger
Aleta Saeger



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