The P.9100/R is no conventional chronograph movement, offering dual barrels supporting 72 hours of power reserve alongside a column wheel chronograph with a vertical Panerai Luminor 1950 Regatta 3 Days Chrono Flyback Automatic Titanio Replica Watch. Personally, I have loved the Panerai Radiomir as long as I have loved watches, but both the price and the case size has often been too much for my reality. While SIHH saw quite a few new models from Panerai, none were as intriguing to me as the Luminor 1950 Regatta 3 Days Chrono Flyback Automatic Titanio (PAM00526).
Now, often included in the panerai luminor 1950 replica that your non-watchnerd friends are aware of, they hold rank in upscale jewellery boutiques alongside Breitling and Rolex. This information layout allows the Regatta 3 Days to stick with the familiar Panerai dial aesthetic while still offering an effective view of the elapsed time with a maximum measure of 12 hours. This layout is fantastically elegant and the use of color is just enough to set the PAM00526 apart from their other chronograph models.
That’s a rather long name, so we’ll stick with panerai replica watch. What we have here is a 47mm Luminor case constructed from titanium and encapsulating Panerai’s in-house P.9100/R automatic chronograph movement with a flyback feature and central minutes (orange) and seconds (blue) hands. Comprised of 328 pieces with 37 jewels, the P.9100/R even incorporates a KIF Parechoc anti-shock system. This movement is currently only used in the Regatta 3 Days and, along with the practical chronograph display, also features a flyback chronograph and a regatta countdown feature that is as cool as any I’ve ever seen.