Panerai released 4 new instruments, not watches last month. Each is inspired by the Eilean, a Bermudan ketch from 1936 that represents Panerai in classic yachting. Panerai bought the yacht in 2007 and restored it to it's former glory. Over time it has acquired a number of instruments to keep the ship afloat and for the first time ever they are available to buy. The lineup includes a barometer (PAM582), a Thermometer (PAM583), a Hygrometer (PAM584), and a Wall Clock (PAM585). Each is a limited edition, although it is not specified how many pieces will be made of each. They are small little pieces at 14cm x 14cm (5.5" x 5.5"). The price for each is listed below each picture and let me say they are not cheap. However, these will sell and they will sell quickly because they are cool novelties to have with a collection of Panerai watches.
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