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With the purchase of a Panerai, you receive not only a watch, but a way of life. With your first model, you are already well on your way to becoming a Paneristi. The watches from Florence offer a feeling and magic that is the watches from Florence is something hardly any other brand or watch can recreate. The Panerai Luminor 1950
is no exception. Featuring a classic case, the distinctive crown guard and signature Panerai DNA, the Luminor 1950
is a perfect example of why the loyal Paneristi fan base exists. It is pure emotion packaged in a wristwatch.
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The quintessence of a brand
As a watch with a case diameter of 44 to 47 mm
, the Luminor 1950
is definitely a large watch. With its classic, cushion-shaped case
and prominent crown protection system
, the Luminor is recognizable as a genuine Panerai upon first glance. The iconic Arabic numeral hour markers at the quarter hour positions, or depending on the number of complications, only at 6 and 12 o'clock, are also a distinct giveaway that the 1950 is a Luminor.
As for complications
, the 1950 Luminor is quite versatile. Alongside two and three-hand models that come with or without a date window at 3 o'clock, potential buyers can also choose between versions with a small seconds hand, power reserve, and a chronograph or GMT feature. Models are powered by manual or automatic calibres
. And with its water resistance of at least 100 metres
, it retains the spirit of the primary Luminor Marina collection
as a functional diver's watch that is much more than just a fashion statement.
The Luminor 1950 is available in stainless steel, titanium, black ceramic or gold and is usually equipped with a leather or rubber watch strap. Occasionally, however, there are models fitted with stainless steel bracelets. Thanks to this model's predominantly dark dial colours, its striking, military character shines through.
How much does a pre-owned Panerai Luminor 1950 cost?
Let's take a closer look at a few selected models of used Panerai Luminor 1950 watches
and their prices
in order to get a complete overview of the range of models.
- The Luminor 1950 (Ref. PAM01312) comes with a 44 mm stainless steel case, a black leather and rubber strap, and a black dial. A see-through case back provides a look at the P.9010 automatic movement, which enables the luminescent hands to sweep across the black dial. Featuring a small seconds subdial at 9 o'clock and a date window at 3 o'clock, used models in very good condition are available for sale with prices starting at around €6,300.
- With a 44 mm titanium case, accurate automatic movement, black dial and black leather strap, the Luminor 1950 (Ref. PAM00351) is an absolutely versatile classic. This timepiece also features small seconds at 9 o'clock and a date window at 3 o'clock for pre-owned prices just under €6,000.
- The model PAM00533 is a particularly exciting model. With a power reserve indicator at 6 o'clock, a second time zone at 9 o'clock, a date window at 3 o'clock and a central second hand, this 44 mm stainless steel watch fitted with a black dial and a black rubber strap costs just under €9,300. This will get you not only a watch in very good condition, but an additional watchband made of brown leather.
- Very well maintained versions of the Ref. PAM00423 are available for €5,700. While this Panerai doesn't display a second time zone, it features a small seconds subdial at 9 o'clock, a date window at 3 o'clock and a power reserve indicator between 4 and 5 o'clock. This 47 mm stainless steel watch is with an accurate, hand-wound movement.
- The Luminor 1950 3 Days (Ref. PAM00652) comes in a bit more expensive than the other models with a pre-owned price of about €11,500. However, with its 47 mm stainless steel case, precise automatic movement featuring a three-day power reserve, black dial and brown leather strap, it offers a host of attractive features.
- The 44 mm, all-black Luminor 1950 PAM00441 is somewhat more unusual. The ceramic case, rubber watch strap, and dial are all black, which makes the indices on this automatic GMT watch stand out brilliantly. Plan on budgeting just under €6,000 for this sporty timepiece.
- With a GMT function, eight-day power reserve, hand-wound P.2002 calibre and a stainless steel case measuring 44 mm, the PAM00233 is a true standout in this collection. It is possible to find a model from 2008 in very good condition, including the original box and papers, for about €7,800.
A noteworthy watch for Hollywood's heavyweights
watch for tough guys, the Luminor
has been seen many times on the wrists of Hollywood's musclemen. But the Luminor 1950
is one of the more popular models found on the wrists of big-screen action heroes. Stars like Jason Statham, Sylvester Stallone, Arnold Schwarzenegger, as well as superstar and ex-wrestler Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson all have turned to this series' distinctive timepieces
. Even Johnson's character wears a Luminor 1950 Submersible 3 Days Automatic (Ref. PAM00305)
in his on-screen role as the rescue helicopter pilot Raymond "Ray" Gaines in "San Andreas". And because a similar watch was on Johnson's wrist in "G.I. Joe", it would be reasonable to assume that it could, in fact, be his own, private wristwatch.
Other collections by Panerai
- The classic model from the range, the Luminor Marina has shaped the modern image of the brand and helped the watch manufacturer achieve a renewed upswing when it was seen on Sylvester Stallone's wrist. As a beloved classic and sporty all-round timepiece, it is often the start of a collection for a new, passionate Paneristi.
- As the brand's first and most original model, the Radiomir Manual first laid the foundation for the success and public resonance behind the Panerai brand. Boasting hand-wound movements and large onion crowns, the models in the Radiomir collection are not only for watch purists.
- For those who have taken a liking to the Luminor Marina models, but are looking for a timepiece with more complications, be sure to take a look at the Luminor GMT. With a practical display featuring a second time zone, these models are useful everyday companions and highly functional companions for your next adventure.
- For those truly seeking adventure and in need of a watch to take on these conquests, the Luminor Submersible is an ideal choice for an uncompromising diving watch. With a rotating bezel and water resistance of 30 bar (or 300 metres), it's just as tough as its design would suggest.