Panerai revisits the first prototype model produced by the brand in 1936, at the request of the Italian Royal Navy, which, on the eve of World War II, ordered a luminescent diving watch. Thus was born the first Radiomir in history, which stood out for its dial dubbed “California”, with alternation between Roman and Arabic numbers, bar-type markers and railroad style minute scale.

The new Radiomir PAM 931 California Dial, inspired by the 1936 model, stands out from its predecessor by presenting a smoky brown California dial, a color never used in this collection before, keeping the color of the hands and the “alternate” design of the numerals and indexes. Available in a 47 mm steel case, the new model is powered by the manufactured P.3000 manual caliber, with two barrels and 3 days of power reserve.

This Radiomir California is accompanied by a brown leather strap and is limited to 1000 copies.



Manual, P.3000 manufacture caliber, Glucydur® balance, 21,600 vibrations per hour, two barrels, 3 days power reserve.
Steel, 47 mm, sapphire case back.
Smoked brown, Arabic and Roman numerals, bar-shaped indexes and blue hands (all luminescent), railroad-style minute scale, hour and minute indications.
Brown leather.