Tested: Panerai Radiomir 3 Days Automatic Titanio

By: camillebrion

The test report is now available as download for 2.90 euro

The Panerai Radiomir 1940 is a classic and combines a lot of new things at the same time. For the first time it appears as 3 days automatic Titanio with a titanium case.

Download here the test of the Radiomir 1940 for 2.90 Euro and find out whether it is proven in everyday life and under laboratory conditions!

The titanium casing encloses the automatic caliber p. 4000, which is one of the youngest Panerai Manufactory works and has the rather seldom findendened micro rotor drive. This work allows the watch its comparatively discreet appearance, because it is just 3.95 millimeters high and allows a housing height of about twelve millimeters. In this way, the caliber developed in Neuchâtel’s own manufactory underscores the character of a time knife that concentrates on the most necessary form and function.

With hour, minute and second display, the titanium Radiomir is reduced to the most essential, but still has high functionality. Thanks to a well-known sandwich dial For example, this is expressed in best legibility by day and night, in three days of aisle autonomy or ten bar compressive strength. The test shows that a panerai can make a pretty good figure even in a flat garment.

Read on directly-click here to download the test for 2.90 euro!

Content of the test article:

Large-Format Detail pictures

Data sheet: Specifications of clock and plant

Aisle protocol: Time scale test and wearing

Rating o’clock: processing, design, legibility, wearing and operating comfort

Rating plant: Construction, processing, Finissage, gait accuracy

Value for money

Clear scoring System for evaluation

Test verdict: Pros and cons listed

Download now for 2.90 euro and find out if the Titan watch Panerai Radiomir 1940 is proven!

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