The new Panerai Luminor is different from any other Panerai. Of course, the outside looks the same as other Panerai watches, but the inside contains a new movement built off of the P.9001 calibre. In fact, this is the first watch to feature the P.9003 calibre. There are a few changes from the 9001 movement, relating to the GMT hand and power reserve indicator. Rather than having a 12-hour GMT hand, which goes around the dial twice a day, the new movement has a 24-hour GMT hand, which goes around the dial once a day, a very big improvement. The next change is the power reserve indicator. Located on the back plate of the movement this circular indicator is labeled with the number of days left. You can see it in the picture below. The 44mm case is polished 316L steel with a few brushed components. The rest of the information on this watch can be found here.
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