The Best Panerai Luminor 8 Days Daylight Replica Watch is powered by the new manual wound Panerai calibre P.5000 with a power reserve of 8 days, thanks to its two barrels and 127 components. Unfortunately the calibre is not visible as the watches are fit with screwed-on solid case backs, but fortunately, the solid case backs were designed to replicate the old school looking Pre-Vendome Panerai era in a flawless execution. Along with the Panerai Luminor 8 Days Daylight PAM 650 we have here for our hands-on review, the other watch supplied in the special box set PAM 786 is the Luminor Black Seal Left-Handed —Destro— 8 Days PAM 649 —read and see our live pics of it here.

According to the history of the brand, pre-vendome refers to the time from 1993 —the year of the first collection made for the public— to 1997, the year in which Panerai Luminor 8 Days Daylight Replica Watch was acquired by Vendôme, part of the Richemont Group. In those years, a very small number of watches were produced and they quickly became highly sought after in the collector’s market.

Unfortunately the calibre is not visible as the watches are fit with screwed-on solid case backs, but fortunately, the solid case backs were designed to replicate the old school looking Pre-Vendome Panerai era in a flawless execution. The Panerai Luminor Daylight 8 Days PAM 650, one of the watches in the Luminor 8 Days Set PAM 786, is the reproduction of a model of 1996 It is likely that this version was replaced after the delivery of the first prototypes, so the few surviving examples have become extremely rare.

The new from the Salon International de la Panerai Luminor Replica Watch includes two of our favorite all time Panerais. The set, available in a limited edition of 500 pieces contains two watches inspired by models created in the pre-Vendôme era.

The watch is powered by the new manual wound Panerai calibre P.5000 with a power reserve of 8 days, thanks to its two barrels and 127 components.

The Panerai Replica Watch are supplied in a box inspired by those used for vintage Luminor watches, made of pear wood with a teak base and containing a model of the ‘Siluro a Lenta Corsa’ —human slow speed torpedo—, together with a rare publication about the military equipment of the special forces of the Royal Italian Navy, in which Panerai watches and instruments appear.