MEG presents the left-handed version of the “Luminor 1950 3 days” in which the winding crown and the device protecting it are at 9 o’ clock, on the left side of the case. The steel case has a unique detail which distinguishes it from normal watches where the caseband has a cusped shape, hinting at the form of a cushion case. This little detail is what people use to recall the Luminor 1950 history, more massive in its proportions and identified by the device protecting the crown. With such a strong emphasis on the watch’s resolute personality, the brand features a Danish simplicity that guarantees a masculine appearance for an equally fashionable entrance!
*Interesting story of Luminor case: The commandos of the Italian Navy had to wear several instruments on their wrists at once; not only the watch, indispensable for synchronising their attacks and for keeping track of the length of the time spent in the depths of the sea, but also the compass and depth gauge. For convenience, some of them preferred to wear the watch on the right wrist, and for them Panerai created the watch with the winding crown on the left side as seen in this watch, which exist rarely in today’s context.