http://www.thewatchbox.com One of 99. And only available in Florence. Until now. Panerai authority thewatchbox.com is proud to present this Panerai Luminor 1950 3 Days PAM 605 Firenze boutique edition. Can't make it to Florence? WuW's got you covered. The PAM 605 is all about *that* dial. Anthracite, sunburst, exclusive, and radiant, this thing hits like a broadside off a battleship. While Panerai has experimented with soleil blue dials on boutique editions in the past, this PAM 605 is neither blue nor gray, but presents as a morphing chimera that reacts uniquely to each angle of light. It's mesmerizing, majestic, and imposing all at once, and there's a mute poetry to the Firenze's show-stopping dial. But the scintillating dial is only part of the story. Panerai tames its anthracite animal with an Assolutamente strap like you've never seen. This one preserves the natural calf leather texture of the historically evocative original with a slate-olive hybrid tone that tempers its mil-spec war whoop with an aristocratic accent. Against the skin, there's no mistaking the pedigree of this one-of-a-kind Assolutamente. But the juxtaposition of its matte tone with the radiance of the dial and high polish case creates a Panerai paradox; from the family of famously similar watch models, an individualist standout emerges. If you've bought the old saw, "seen one Panerai, seen 'em all," fix yourself; the PAM 605 stands apart like elite cadre among conscripts. Inside the beautifully-sculpted Luminor 1950 case beats the heart of a champion: the in-house Panerai caliber P.3000. With a 3-day power reserve, independent quick-set hour hand for time zone hopping, a bombproof free-sprung escapement, and fine finish to beguile the eye, it offers real high horology refinement and everyday durability. With 99 produced in 2014, the Panerai Luminor 1950 3-Day PAM 605 Firenze boutique edition is sold out. But thewatchbox.com has one, and with a full factory warranty through December 2016, all boutique boxes, manuals, and accessories, WuW is bringing Florence to you. Paneristi: if you missed the last boat to Italy, we've got one first class airfare with your name on it... Video and content by Tim Mosso.