Panerai, the Italian watchmaker famous for its luminescent dive watches developed for Italy’s Navy during WWII, has taken the iconic cushion-shaped case of its original 1930s Radiomir watch and converted it into a luxurious pocket watch. The large 50mm gold case does away with the classic wire lugs and has replaced them with a single bow over the winding crown at 12 o’clock. The dial of the watch is in the classic Panerai style, with large baton hour markers and numerals at the cardinal points and a rich brown dial for the red gold. The construction of the dial is typical of Panerai dials since the 1930s: two superimposed discs enclose a layer of beige Super-LumiNova, ensuring remarkable legibility even under conditions of very poor light. Equipped with a mechanical hand-wound movement with twin barrels for a power supply of 3 days, this pocket watch comes on a personalised red gold chain and comes with a stand to use it as a table clock.