In 1993, Panerai timepiece became accessible to the public and the company presented models like the Luminor and Mare Nostrum to enthusiastic watch experts and connoisseurs. It was only in 1997 that the new Radiomir generation was introduced to the world. The Radiomir was limited to 60 pieces in platinum. Much like the original model from the 1930s, the Radiomir PAM 210 was equipped with a case that measured over 47-millimeters in diameter. In the subsequent years, further Radiomir models were launched, including some variants with smaller case diameters.
The unmistakable shape and bold crown of the Radiomir aroused widespread interest among worldwide watch collectors and enthusiasts. This comes as no surprise since, next to the Luminor, the Radiomir is one of the most sought out models from Officine Panerai. The Radiomir is available in different versions, although all of the timepieces that constitute the collection remain true to the shape of the original watch. Furthermore, the timepieces are fitted with in-house manufacture movements. Popular models from the line include the Radiomir PAM 210 or the simple Radiomir 8 Days PAM 346.
The Radiomir Black Seal line holds a special place among the Radiomir collection as it celebrates the original 1930s model. The names of the timepieces allude to the manned torpedoes that were used by the Italian Navy. The first model of the line, the PAM 183, was launched in 2004. Today, the popular collection constitutes many models, such as the PAM 388, the PAM 287, and the PAM 292.