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The Panerai Radiomir watch was originally created for Italian frogmen in 1936, painted with radium to glow in the most adverse underwater conditions. Its brother, the Panerai Luminor (pictured here), which was born a few years later, replaced the toxic ra

The Panerai Radiomir watch was originally created for Italian frogmen in 1936, painted with radium to glow in the most adverse underwater conditions. Its brother, the Panerai Luminor (pictured here), which was born a few years later, replaced the toxic radium for tritium luminescence, and featured the half-moon lever covering the crown to ensure water resistance up to 200 metres.

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