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Panerai Luminor Replica Watches's eighth consecutive title in the World Championship sets a record for motorsport. The Marvin/Loeb Team has designed two new chronographs to celebrate his success.
These two pieces were designed for true motorsports fans. These watches have been designed to be as authentic as possible. Both Loeb Rally watches have a tachometric bezel scale. The dial is shaped like a dashboard, and the two chronograph push-buttons are shaped as car pedals. The first version features open-worked baton-type hand and yellow hour markers, which is another nod towards motorsports. A vibrant yellow has long been associated with power and energy.
Second model, an ultra-limited edition of 88 pieces worldwide.Panerai Luminor Replica Watches The number 8 was chosen as a limited edition for two reasons. It is the eighth win of Loeb and Marvin, who has a mysterious lucky number.
The red hour-markers and hands on this novelty represent the passion that drives the French rally driver. It is a racing timepiece, so it has a depreciation system - a red spring at the point where the strap attaches to the case.
The Swiss-made ETA Valjoux automatic movements power these two chronographs. The 25-jewel mechanism has been tested over time and can provide a power reserve of up to 48-hours when fully charged.
These two Sebastien-Loeb wristwatches are each housed in a large, matt-black PVD-coated 44-mm case. The screw-lock crown is black PVD coated and there are two chrono pushers on the right side. The case can withstand water pressure of up to 100 meters.
The dial is covered by a shock-resistant sapphire window.Rolex Cosmograph Daytona Replica It has a tarmac texture with yellow or red hands, and the hour markers are filled with Superluminova to ensure maximum visibility. The dial is inspired by motorsports and features chronograph counters that look like dashboards. The day/date aperture is at 3 o'clock. Both models also feature Sebastien's Loeb signature under the aperture for day/date.