My latest focus was writing comparison reviews on Replica watches from the same or different brands. This time, I chose a replica Panerai Luminor Submersible and a Panerai Radiomir 1940 to talk about.
As you’ve probably noticed, I like stating the facts about my watches and, sometimes, even putting one aside another to finally choose one. There are times when seeing a watch model next to another one will help you realise which one you like best and make a decision. This time, I will show you a replica Panerai Radiomir replica and a replica Panerai Luminor Submersible. These are both great Panerai replica watches and I am sure that many of you find it hard to choose one of these two. So, let’s begin.
Panerai Radiomir 1940 Replica
This Panerai replica is a pretty good one. It copies all the details you will see on the original. It has an ivory dial and luminous hour markers. The hands have a syringe shape and are yellow, while the center seconds are blue, creating a nice contrast. The dial also features a 30-minute chronograph controlled by the two push buttons on the side of the case. Between the push buttons, there is the winding crown. All the functions of this replica are working properly. Also, al the details look like they should. The only difference I could find was the color of the leather strap which is a bit darker than it should.
The movements are Swiss and kinetic. Many of you gave asked me if there is a noticeable difference between Swiss and Japanese quality watches. The answer is yes, there is a difference and I noticed it when I first bought a Swiss watch, not too long ago. The precision is higher when it comes to a Swiss watch and it doesn’t loose time. Overall, this replica looks great and copies all the details you can find on a
Overall, this replica looks great and copies all the details you can find on an authentic watch and the Swiss movements are an extra.
Replica Panerai Luminor Submersible
There are so many Panerai replicas on the market that it’s hard to determine that’s the name of a particular one. For example, this one isn’t an exact a fake Panerai Luminor Submersible because these watches don’t have a power reserve indicator. It features a black dial with running seconds located at 9 o’clock, the power reserve indicator I was telling you about, at 5 o’clock and a date window at 3. Like in the case of other Panerai watches, the hour and minute hands are big and easy to notice. Also, the lume has a white-yellow tint. The hours are marked as dots, and only the 12 and the 6 appear as a II and an I.
On the bezel, you can see the 4 markings: 15, 30. 45 and 60. Moreover, the space between 0 and 15 is graduated. The bezel also rotates counterclockwise. Overall, this Panerai looks good and it carries the Panerai essence. The leather strap stitched with lighter thread really completes its look. It gives it a nice rugged look. It has that designs I like, manly and bulky.
The back case looks pretty cool. You can see the movements through its clear surface. About its movements, this watch is powered by Japanese automatic ones. They do a good job as, in more than a week, it only gained around 10 seconds. The power reserve lasts for a full day, even for over 35h, which is good, even if it’s not 40h.
Both watches look great and do a good job, but if I were to choose one after these replica reviews, it would probably be the Panerai Radiomir 1940 replica. It looks almost flawless and that’s hard to get, even for a high-quality replica watch. It has all the details you will find on an original, with one exception, the strap color. Even so, it’s a great timepiece. The movements are accurate and it keeps great time. The replica Panerai Luminor Submersible looks pretty good to and I appreciate its design, but I am going to stick to the Radiomir this time.