Panerai has just issued a handsome collection of three of their standard watches featuring matte forest green dials complemented with gold colored hands and indices.

The Radiomir 8 Days Titanium ($12,100) has a 45mm case with magnified date window at 3 o’clock and a sub seconds dial at 9 o’clock. It is powered by the hand-wound P.2002 8-Day Caliber movement with a clear crystal back to show it off and is water resistant to 100 meters.

The Radiomir 1940 Acciaio ($9,200) has a 47mm polished steel case. It features a domed crystal and the P.3000 hand wound 3 days mechanical movement and is also water resistant to 100 meters. It has only two bridges instead of the usual three, it’s being limited to just 300 pieces and is presented in a green cherry wood box.

The third offering is the Luminor 1950 Chrono Monopulsante 8 Days GMT ($18,100) with a 44mm brushed titanium case. It is powered by the in-house P.2004 movement and its chronograph movement uses a single button at 8 o’clock for stop, start, and reset functions. There is a linear power reserve above 6 o’clock and sub second hand for the AM/PM indicator for GMT at 9 o’clock.