Panerai Luminor 1950 3-Day Chrono Flyback Automatic Acciaio PAM 524 Watch Manual Operation

In just 20 years, Panerai Replica Watches has become one of the most popular watch brands in the world and a true manufacturer. Today, let’s take a look at one of their non-traditional watches, the Panerai Luminor 1950 3-day Chrono Auto Acciaio watch. Panerai Luminor 1950 3 day Chrono Flyback Automatic Acciaio, also known as PAM 524, is a good choice for Panerai’s iconic Luminor case. Luminor case wants something more special to stand out. As its name suggests, the PAM 524 is a complex timer with a return type, and I like Panerai to integrate these functions into the watch.

For those unfamiliar with the back-shoot feature, it allows the wearer to reset and activate the timing device without having to stop and then restart. Press the Enter button to reset the stopwatch to zero, and then the stopwatch pointer will immediately resume timing without any interruption. This is especially useful for selecting fast continuous events such as lap times.

First, this case is based on the very popular 44mm 1950 Luminor case in Cheap Panerai Replica Watches. Due to its bold cushion shape design and its instantly recognizable crown protector, the Panerai Luminor 1950 3 Days Chrono Flyback Auto Acciaio PAM 524 is large, thick, reckless and has a huge wrist. If you are looking for an inconspicuous watch, it is best to look elsewhere.

Despite its cumbersome weight, the PAM 524 is pretty well worn on the wrist due to its long, curved strap and comfortable strap. In other words, it is a bit top-heavy, and the thickness is what the owner needs to get used to, otherwise they will hit the watch on a variety of things. The chassis is well structured, with clear lines and different finishes. The border is mirror polished, while the rest of the case is brushed.

The dial can be described in terms of balance. It is not as clean as the Panerai Luminor 1950 “Basic” design (PAM 372) or the limited edition Panerai Radiomir 1940 3 day Marina miliacciaio (PAM 587), but it is not as busy as the Luminor 1950’s 10-day automatic (PAM 533). It is somewhere in between.

The first thing you think of is the bright blue stopwatch hand. It also allows other Paneristis to immediately know that your Panerai is a bit special. Unlike other Fake Panerai Watches, the Panerai Luminor 1950 3-Day Auto Return PAM 524 has a personal minute mark, which is required for the timing function. Individual minute markers, as well as larger hour markers, hour, minute and running seconds pointers are rendered into matching ecru, which gives the dial a warm and retro look and feel. Even the date is printed with the same ecru color, which is a very considerate feeling.

The stopwatch does not have a minute stopwatch, because the minute stopwatch is installed centrally under the blue seconds hand. When the blue second hand is running, it becomes visible. In order to distinguish it from the second hand, it is made of polished steel, because the hand is very thin, so it is a bit difficult to read. In addition to this small problem, the Panerai Luminor 1950 3-day Chrono flyaio PAM 524 is as clear as most other Swiss Panerai Watches. That is, the minute counter advances once per minute, which makes it easy for the user to calculate the number of minutes.

Like many of you, I also like the smallest amount of text on the dial. At 12 o’clock, it simply says “Luminor Panerai”; on the 6 o’clock mark, it only says “return”, so that the owner has no doubt about the performance and function of the watch. Speaking of this, it is very simple to activate the timer and the return mechanism. On the left side of the box are marked pushers that clearly indicate their purpose. At 10 o’clock, the pusher is marked “S”, starting and stopping, and at 8 o’clock, the pusher is labeled “R” and “F” for reset and flyback, respectively.

Turning it all in is Panerai’s caliber P.9100, which is Panerai’s first automatic timing action with a flyback function. It consists of 302 parts, 37 gems, 4 Hz beats, featuring 2 barrels of 3 days (or 72 hours) of energy reserve. The two barrels are connected in series and wound by a two-way rotor on the ball bearings. In the true Panerai Replica style, the movement visible through the sapphire shell is done in a very industrial way. Although the balance wheel and cylindrical roller are exposed, most of the movement is hidden on the plate.

Considering all the things, I really like PAM 524, which is a good choice for Paneristis, because it may already have another, simpler time – the Panerai table. The timer and back-shooting features are very useful, and the watch has a balanced design and a retro look that feels fascinating. Panerai Luminor 1950 3-Day Chrono Flyback Auto Acciaio PAM 524 watch is priced at $11,200.