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2020 Biggest Panerai Watches at Good Price

While the industry as a whole still favors more compact case sizes, for some, the “go big or go home” mantra still applies when choosing a watch. Whether it’s simply because the watches are larger than average or because of a preference for big, chunky watches, there’s nothing wrong with challenging the range of mainstream fake watches. Thankfully, many brands are still making bold big names, and Panerai is clearly the front-runner among them
Since the brand’s modern rebirth in 1993, there have been tons of different references to hit the market that satisfy the request for larger watches, with the majority coming in at case sizes of 44mm and above. Today we’re going to have a skim through some of our listings both past and present, highlighting some of the more wonderful Panerai replica watches that have come through our doors with bigger-than-standard case dimensions.
Up until a few years ago when Panerai decided to start making 42mm versions of the Luminor Submersible, variants of the model were effectively considered the largest and most indestructible among the brand’s extensive lineup. The PAM364 is a prime example of the model, feeling oversized in all directions. It measures 47mm across and is powered by the brand’s P.9000 automatic movement. Using two mainspring barrels, the P.9000 is so great for a power reserve of 3 days and includes a date complication, together with running seconds displayed in a subdial at 9 o’clock. 
What’s more impressive about this Submersible than its size is its water resistance – as the model is rated to a whopping 2,500m. Of course, this depth is just for display, but that’s one of the benefits of larger shells, like this one. Using more metal means it is easier to improve its ability to resist water. Although it’s big, the titanium on the case means its wrists won’t be too heavy — something bronze cases don’t have.
Sticking with titanium, this time we turn to the Radiomir, a replica Panerai’s other instantly recognizable model. While most Radiomir models tap out at 45mm, their flat cushion cases and wire lugs make these pieces feel quite substantial when strapped on the wrist. The PAM735 was a new limited-edition addition to their collection in 2017 that arrived alongside two other military green dialed models.
The brand was an earlier adopter of green dials, which have become vastly more prevalent throughout the industry within the last three years. However, Panerai was well ahead of the trend curve back in 2011, when they launched their first Bronzo. This recent green-dial Radiomir release was limited to just 250 pieces worldwide.
Aesthetically speaking, Carbotech seemed like a natural choice when it came to making traditional lamp housings, and given the actual size of many Panerai models, having a lighter housing material than titanium was a good advantage. While many people still like the size of these large boxes, the ability to reduce the physical burden on their wrists is something many appreciate.