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When someone appraises a work of human ingenuity, it's a classic, there are three stages in its existence: the past, the present, and the future. Such work is deemed "a classic" when it transcends these stages when it is to say when it exists in an ideal period. the seasons and the years. It is a classic, the first step, a scholar, expert, connoisseur or enthusiast. Bringing the light to the traditions and recognizing its values, so that the continuity of these qualities. The truth of history is the starting point for testing the authenticity and identity of a work of human ingenuity, whether it be large or small. Officer Panera should, for the first time tell the true story of his craftsmen and specialists in the field of time. This is the background which proves the modern qualities of Panerai's creations today, and which will ensure their innovation in the future quality It's a classic.
History of Panerai 1860 Giovanni Panerai opens a watchmaker's 1936 On the eve of the Second World War, the shop in Florence: mention Initially located on the Ponte Alle Grazie, the prototype of the Radiomir watches created by Svizzera San Giovanni, a large steel cushion - 8 shaped case (47 mm), luminous numerals and 1916 Guido Panerai registers the first of many patents markers, wire loop strap attachments welded to the case, a hand-wound mechanical movement, a wide G water-resistant strap, long enough to be fastened to mark Panerai's long history of innovation. To meet the military requirement of the Royal Italian Navy, which has already been a supplier for a few years, over the diving suit Panerai creates Radiomir, a radium-based powder for 1939-1949 The Radiomir watch is subjected to making sighting instruments and dials luminous to a series of innovations aimed at improving its 1943 Officer Panerai The Panerai Chronograph, the Mare Nostrum more luminous and easier to read; the strap designed for deck officers. attachments become more resistant and are made from the case itself, and the distinctive 1956 Paneral develops an underwater Radiomir device protects the winding crown. Thanks, Egyptian Navy, known as "L'Egiziano", fitted with these innovations which make it more resistant to a marked bezel for calculating immersion times. In and watertight, the new Panerai watch becomes the same year, the patent of the first underwater model (to depths of 200 m) protecting the winding crown which becomes the history of horology. At the same time, the trademark of the Luminor models radioactive Radiomir is replaced by Luminor, a 1972 Giuseppe Panerai, last of Guido, dies, and isotope of tritium-based hydrogen, patented by position to the Italian Navy still covered by Panerai for The first time in Italy in 1949.
Dino Zei, 2001 The Panerai Boutique is the first commercial collection by Piazza San Giovanni in Florence. Officine family boutique by Officine Panerai. This Bottega Panerai: three limited-edition models inspired d'Arte represents a meeting point for enthusiasts by the Second World War. In addition to the current collection, special editions 10 and production runs which Panerai reserves 1997 Officine Panerai is acquired by the Richemont exclusively for its boutiques. Group (then Vendôme), which establishes a network of qualified distributors in Italy. 2002 Opening of the Officer Panerai Manufacture in Neuchâtel, Switzerland. The first Panerai 1998 Officine Panerai was launched on the Boutique in Asia. Hong Kong.
12 of 169 Q 2005 International launch of the first Panerai movement, P.2002: a hand-wound caliber with GMT 2010 Launch of the P.999 caliber and Panerai Jupiterium, a tribute to the 400th anniversary of the function and 8-day power reserve The Angelus movement of the 1940s. Galileo Galilei with his telescope. Launch of the first watch in Panerai Composite. 2007 Officine Panerai presents three new calibers: P.2003 2011-2012 Launch of the P.3000 caliber and 11 P.2004 and P.2005, with an innovative tourbillon the first watch in bronze. Presentation of the vintage escapement. Officer Panerai presents two in-house movements: P.9100 and P.9100 / R movements. Presentation of Eilean, the Bermudian ketch built-in 1936 in the legendary Fife boatyard purchased and restored by Officine Panerai.
PANERAI TESTS FOR WATCHES WITH IN-HOUSE MOVEMENTS
In the course of their construction at the Panerai Manufacture, the in-house calibers-and the watches and water-resistance RATE CONTROLS AND CTMP TEST (CONTROLE TECHNIQUE DES MONTRES PANERA) CHRONOFIABLE TEST (NIHS 93-20 STANDARD) ACCELERATION TEST (NIHS 91-10 AND NIHS 91-30 STANDARDS) These consist of checks carried out over 21 consecutive days, during which the movement is subjected to various dynamic stress cycles, to the test cycle AGBNG TEST OF THE HAND THERMAL AGBNG TESTED THE HAND AGENT TEST OF THE WINDING MECHANISM This test is carried out by a winding stem and a hand-setting mechanism, followed by a resistance test. This test simulates the use of the watch for about 5 years.
TESTS CARRIED OUT ON THE CASE
Then, after the case has been assembled it undergoes its first test for water-resistance, to guarantee the protection it provides against the infiltration of dust and humidity. When the watch (case, movement, and dial) has been assembled, it is tested again Using various instruments to ensure the perfect water-resistance of your watch. Moreover, the case undergoes: the thermal shock test to verify the resistance of the parts to sudden temperature variations; the damp heat test to determine the reliability of the watch; The test is carried out in a long series of tests, carried out. out at various temperatures and according to procedures which ensure its complete water-resistance. To simulate the effects, which can occur in the event that the watch is exposed to a shower or immersed in water. water The water-resistance test is carried out by a special instrument. case and placing a drop of cold water. THE WINDING CROWN. SHOCK RESISTANCE TEST The test is carried out on the winding crown. The crown must maintain Its water-resistance in spite of the repeated shocks it undergoes.
RESISTANCE TEST OF THE DEVICE PROTECTING THE WINDING CROWN
This test is performed by carrying out a series of 5,000 opening and closing cycles of the lever of the device protecting the winding crown AGENG TEST OF THE CHRONO AND SPLIT-SECONDS PUSH-PIECES This test is performed by carrying out a series of 3,000 cycles an the push-piece for the chronograph function and 12,000 cycles on the push-piece for the split-seconds function WEAR RESISTANCE TEST This test is carried out by a series of cycles in which the crown is rotated in both directions(3,000 cycles with a perpendicular force of SN Information on Paneral's internal quality certification is included in the Certificates Booklet supplied with the watches with in-house movements 155 The Certificates Booklet includes the watch ID the guarantee certificate the guarantee terms the repair guarantee terms the are controls and CTIMP test (Contrale technique des montres Panera the details of the tests carried out on the other components of the watch the service books it provides a chronology of all service interventions carried out the watch The service sal and the signature at the bottom of each page confirm that the intervention performed at the Panel Manufacture or by an Authorised Panerai Service Centre.