Editor's note: Panerai are known for many things a rich Italian heritage in watchmaking that dates back to 1860, steep aquatic history providing watches for the naval forces of many countries, most notably Italy and Egypt, and a quintessential design language that has spanned the better part of a century … the list goes on. What Panerai is not known for is making watches to pair with a suit-and-tie combo. In fact, something like a 47mm Submersible Bronzo is about the farthest thing away from what we'd want to don at a black tie event. However, Panerai's Luminor Due is a collection of watches that can do just that, thanks to a diverse range of case sizes that start at just 38mm. Anyway, Time+Tide's own Felix Scholz went hands-on with the versatile timepiece earlier this year, and if you've got the time, it's definitely worth a read. HANDS-ON: A Panerai for the suit and tie the Luminor Due PAM00943 It would be easy to dismiss the Luminor Due *Panerai's latest fully fledged line as a collection oriented towards women. After all, it's the collection that houses 38 and 42mm watches. But the fact that I am on…

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