For decades, Panerai watches and precision instruments have been faitful companions to the fearless commandos of the Italian Navy. The imposing wrist watch that we present today definitely deserves the notable designation – SURVIVAL INSTRUMENTS, masterly engraved with the image of skilled frogman on the back.
Paying tribute to unique heritage, Panerai creates timepieces of invincible spirit which evoke the unforgattable moments of those special forces.
The latest creation is professional underwater timepiece, with remarkable technical performance and a solid Carbotech™ case.
Panerai’s patented crown guard that helps to secure water resistance to 300 meters, while the caseback is made of blackened titanium which symbolically features illustration of a diver.
Carbotech is extremely light and more resistant to corrosion, as well as hypoallergenic compared to conventional materials.
Aesthetically, this avant-garde material has an uneven, matte-black appearance with an almost wood-grain-like texture that varies according to the material cutting. This means, in essence, that each surface made of this material is absolutely unique.
To form the plates that give the distinctive look, thin sheets of carbon fibers are compressed at a controlled temperature under high pressure together with a high-end polymer, PEEK, which binds the composite material, making it even stronger and more durable.
The unidirectional rotating bezel enables the immersion time to be calculated with confidence, while legibility in the dark is ensured by Super-LumiNova® coating applied to the markers and the large skeleton hands.
The rubber strap fitted to the watch is perfect for diving, as well as in every other challenging situation.
Behind the solid caseback, made of black-coated titanium, Panerai’s Caliber P.9010 works flawlessly. The automatic P.9010 calibre, entirely developed and created in the manufacture in Neuchâtel, has central hour and minute hands, the small seconds dial at 9 o’clock and the date at 3 o’clock.
Comprised of 200 components including 31 jewels, the calibre is only 6 mm thick. The movement is self-winding using a bidirectional rotor, and offers a power reserve of 72 hours, or three days.
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