Another new material was introduced into the field of high-end timepieces by Officine Panerai. Panerai replica watches is a sturdy, durable, sporty and luxurious Florentine master. In recent years, after Panerai has brought us avant-garde alloys such as Carbotech and Goldtech, it has introduced a new high-tech composite material in its new Luminor Marine Fibratech-44MM model, which is made of volcanic basalt. Made of mineral fiber.
Replica Luminor Marina Fibratech
Fibratech is used here for the first time by the luxury replica watch industry. It is made of “natural and sustainable ecological fiber”, which is 60% lighter than steel, but has high elasticity and corrosion resistance. Panerai said that the unidirectional mineral fiber of the material is produced by the fusion of basalt rocks, and then combined with the polymer to form a thin layer, which is superimposed in a precise direction, and finally consolidated through a process of pressure and temperature control.
Fibratech used in the aerospace industry has a uniform matte gray appearance, and the appearance in each finished product will be slightly different depending on the cutting of the material. This means that each 44 mm barrel-shaped case of this new timepiece top replica watch is unique among all other cases. Fibratech forms the middle of the case, including the patented crown protection bridge, while Carbotech is used for the crown itself, the crown locking lever and the bezel.
Luminor Marina Fibratech-44MM (PAM01663) is one of the few special editions launched this year to commemorate the 70th anniversary of the Luminor model. It has all the familiar aesthetic features-the aforementioned crown guard device makes the Luminor replica watches unique. The predecessor is Radiomir; the “sandwich” style dial, here has an ultra-modern blue to black gradient; white Super-LumiNova mold-type hour markers with green luminescence; and the 9 o’clock small seconds subdial with a 3 o’clock date Window balance. Covering the dial is a strong sapphire crystal made of corundum.