Panerai has just released a follow up to its Lo Scienziato Luminor 1950 Tourbillon GMT Titanio from 2016. Sized at 47mm, the case is made using a 3D printing technique called direct metal laser sintering — a technique often reserved for high-end prototyping. Due to the size of the case, weight is reduced with the aid of titanium, and no detail was left out when fitting the watch with an in-house Caliber: P.2005 movement. Priced at €139,000 EUR (approximately $170,600 USD) this watch suits a display case rather than daily wear.
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