As you no doubt noticed, the rose gold in the Blu Notte case is Panerai’s proprietary Goldtech, a special alloy with a higher percentage of copper and platinum. In addition to providing a deeper, darker color, it’s also resistant to fading, a nagging problem for watchmakers working with rose gold. Several brands have their own alloys created with colorfastness in mind, most famously Rolex with its aptly named Everose Gold.
Introducing The Panerai Luminor Chrono Goldtech Blu Notte PAM 1111 (Live Pics & Pricing)
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