Well this watch came rather unexpected to be honnest. I was ready to sell my Zenith Port Royal Concept since a few months but I knew it wouldn't be an easy thing to do, so I waited patiently, as all of sudden I got the occasion to swap the Zenith for this very nice Panerai Rattrapante. It certainly wasn't a watch that was high on my priority list, but as things go you always learn to appreciate it when you get in contact with it, so it was with this nice watch that measures 44mm (the best size for me) and housed in a 1950 Luminor case, with a nice convex saphire glass. I think I was lucky to have made this deal and I hope the new owner of my Zenith will say the same thing!

Movement: automatic mechanical, Panerai OP XVIII calibre, 13 ¼ lignes, 31 jewels, Glucydur® balance, 28,800 alternations/hour, Incabloc® anti-shock device.Double column wheel, power reserve 42 hours. Côtes de Genève decoration for bridges and oscillating weight, burnished blued screws. Chronometer Certificate (C.O.S.C).Functions: hours, minutes, seconds. Split-seconds chronograph with 2 counters, tachymeter scale.Case: diameter 44 mm, brushed steel. Brushed steel push buttons for the chronograph functions at 2 and 4 o’clock. Button for the split-second function at 8 o’clock.Bezel: polished steel.Back: see-through sapphire crystal.Device protecting the crown: (protected as a Trade Mark) brushed steel.Crystal: sapphire, made from corundum, 2 mm thick. Anti-reflective coating.Water-resistance: 100 meters.