Old Soldier Never Die-Review on Panerai Radiomir 1940 3 Day Steel

Here today we have a new Radiomir 1940 released in 2014 W&W: Panerai Radiomir 1940 Pam00572 3 Days. This Radiomir 1940 3 Days redisplayed the typical design on former Radiomir 1940 series. Its diameter reaches 45 mm and is made of AISI 316 Stainless steel. Screw-in winding crown and sawtooth-edges makes it much easier to winding it up, and an OP logo is branded on the winding crown. The black alligator belt is specially designed for Panerai Radiomir sizes, and it meets the strictest criterion. AISI 316L stainless steel is an excellent materials, as it has good performance on resisting corrosion and would no allergy to human skin. As this Panerai Radiomir 1940 3 Day Steel only measures 6 mm, it would satisfy any extreme editions. The latest Panerai movement is applied to it, and comparing to a former Radiomir, it seems to be thinner. Besides, a big, polishing stainless steel clasp is branded with PANERAI logo, which looks quite a solid watch.

Case back sapphire case makes it possible to see Panerai P.4000 new movement, the first automatic winding movement. Rotor on this movement is much thinner than the movement itself, and such delicate technique could be helpful on improving the thickness of the movement. Besides, the rotor is made of tungsten, and this new material contributes a light weight, and a good performance on it appearance. Balance wheel is set beside the rotor and it oscillates at a frequency of 4 Hz. P.4000 has two barrels in series and the energy reserve reaches 3 days at least.

An excellent watch is tested by time and will keeps playing in the future. Panerai Radiomir 1940 is considered the classic of classic. It is fitted with Panerai automatic winding movement that is completely developed by Panerai, so its performance will definitely be amazingly good.