Panerai Radiomir Otto Giorni

Panerai presents Radiomir Otto Giorni, a contemporary reinterpretation in tribute to the historic Radiomir watch. Two models are available: PAM01347 and PAM01348.

The new Radiomir Otto Giorni watch takes inspiration from the very first Radiomir prototype in 1935 which measured 47mm in diameter.

Panerai Radiomir Otto Giorni PAM01348

The 1935 model’s entirely new dimensions of its time and design were conceived by the need for excellent readability in often murky waters near military ports. Its robustness, water resistance, and ease of reading sealed it as the sought-after instrument across different military units for various missions.

Timely responding to the ever-demanding military requirements, Panerai continuously improved on the original model introducing elements that include the now iconic sandwich dial to make the hour markers and numerals even more legible and luminescent. Dressed in a vintage styled case in eSteel™, the new Otto Giorni watch continues the legacy of Panerai Radiomir collection.

Panerai Radiomir Otto Giorni PAM01347

Every Radiomir Otto Giorni eSteel™ case is hand-finished one by one to create a weathered look, giving each watch a unique character. The antique effect created via PVD is paired with defining elements of the original Radiomir created for the Royal Italian Navy – cushion-shaped case, slim wire lugs, and signature sandwich dial.

The Super-LumiNova® dial features a small seconds display at 9 o’clock, the case has an open back, and the sapphire glass crystal is domed, reminiscent of the Plexiglass® crystal of the past. The watch also has a cone-shaped crown, a design that distinguishes the Radiomir collection from other Panerai timepieces.

PAM01347 has a grainy-shaded dark brown dial and PAM01348 in blue. All the dials transition from a light center to a darker gradient at the edges to give depth to its grainy appearance. The Radiomir Otto Giorni’s distinctive grainy dials are an ode to the historic Radiomir watches that evolved in colors and appearance over time because of the anodization process of some historic dials made from aluminium.

Each watch comes with a supple calf leather strap in the same hue of the dial with a pebbled effect and contrast stitching, made to season with wear.

Visible through the sapphire crystal case-back is the hand-wound P.5000 calibre with an eight day power reserve. The dial with the term 8 giorni brevettato decal at hour 3 takes inspiration from the Panerai Egiziano model introduced in 1956.

The two Radiomir Otto Giorni references (PAM01347 and PAM01348) are available exclusively in Panerai boutiques.

Technical details

Hand-wound mechanical, P.5000 calibre, created by Panerai, 15 ½ lignes, 4.5 mm thick, 21 jewels, Glucydur® balance, 21,600 alternations/hour. Incabloc® anti-shock device. Two barrels. 146 components.
Power reserve: 8 days

Hours, Minutes, Small Seconds

Brunito eSteel™
Diameter: 45mm
Brunito eSteel™ bezel
Sapphire crystal glass
See through sapphire crystal and Brunito eSteel™ caseback
Waterproof: 10 bar (~100 metres)

Model: Panerai Radiomir Otto Giorni PAM01347

Panerai Radiomir Otto Giorni PAM01347

Dégradé Brown with luminous Arabic numerals and hour markers
Small seconds at 9 o’clock

Cuoio Toscano calf leather dark brown, beige stitching, STD, 27/22, BA
Trapeziodal Brunito steel buckle

Model: Panerai Radiomir Otto Giorni PAM01348

Panerai Radiomir Otto Giorni PAM01348

Degradé blue with luminous Arabic numerals and hour markers
Small seconds at 9 o’clock

Calf dark blue, Ecrue, 27/22, BA, STD
Trapeziodal Brunito steel buckle