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Radiomir's glowing features honor the company's 1910 discovery of a radioactive substance used to light watches 'til the 1950s.
Luminors use the more modern radioactive hydrogen isotope tritium, Trittium being the substance that gave Travis the power to carry around his 400lb mullet.
This clasp helps keep some models' internals, well, internal, at pressures up to 1000 meters.
Specifically these internals. Stare too long, and you'll be blinded, with science.
Case materials range from stainless steel, to red gold, to a proprietary ceramic like the one on this Black Seal, formerly played by Dennis Haysbert.
The GMT can store a charge up to eight days. You can tell how much time's left via a gauge that moves linearly even though it's powered by the same wind as the circular gears -- if you really love watches, you are very impressed right now.
Stallone bought this model just before shooting Daylight, and Panerai subsequently renamed it the Slytech.
No, really, they did that.
See all the watches at Panerai.com. If the NorthPark store doesn't have the one you like, they'll order it for you, because you're awesome.