UK Swiss replica Panerai just dropped this Submersible Elux LAB-ID – the most luminous of lume watches

The latest 1:1 fake Panerai Submersible Elux LAB-ID, which comes in at a hefty 49mm with a fully mechanical movement, has a pretty unique party trick: it can power light on demand. Pretty cool, right? (Elux is short for ‘elettroluminescenza’, obvs.)

Lume obsessives will know that the Italian watchmaker was well ahead of the game in the field of luminescence, so it’s no surprise that perfect replica Panerai UK has once again gone digging into its archives to dream up a new luminous creation. Exactly 58 years ago, Panerai patented Elux, electroluminescent panels that (crucially) weren’t radioactive. “Lume, as we call it, is one of the major components in Swiss made fake Panerai’s history when, radium was mixed with zinc and deposited into little glass tubes, which was used in torpedo and gun sights for its luminescent properties,” says collector Paul Richardson, from high quality replica Panerai Passione.

Luckily, radium isn’t used anymore and the mixture changed to other materials such as Super-Luminova. Paneristi, as the brand’s enthusiasts are collectively called, certainly have something to look forward to with this new launch. “The Paneristi love the lume as this is a major factor in aaa quality replica Panerai’s long standing history spanning more than a hundred years,” says Richardson.

On this Swiss movement fake Panerai Submersible Elux LAB-ID, with a simple gesture of opening the pusher-protector system and activating the mechanism, the watch lights up. Expect a lot of glowy wrist shots on your feed: “The LAB-ID range is usually where Panerai super clone for sale launches industry-leading technology to the market. We are all excited to see this watch in the flesh especially as one of the favourite pastimes of the Paneristi is photograph their super clone watches online whilst in a state of lume,” he adds.

Lume is exciting all right. Lewis Hamilton’s choice of wristwear at this year’s Monaco Grand Prix sent fans into a frenzy when he flexed a luminous copy IWC concept watch, a yet unreleased ceramic number that has an all-over glow (even the rubber strap lights up).