Inspired by the French athlete, the limited edition timepiece takes on a tonal, grayscale aesthetic, centered around a 3D-printed, sandblasted titanium case measuring a robust 44mm. The case is paired with a bezel made from the same material but finished with a rubberized coating in black, matching the sandwich dial within, which comes dressed with a dégradé effect to replicate the shadows produced as sunlight filters through the seawater. The watch itself is powered by Panerai’s in-house automatic Caliber.9010, measuring just 6mm thick and coming with a power reserve of three days. Completing the package are two straps to choose from: a white technical rubber strap and a black white-stitched strap made from recycled PET.
For those interested, Panerai’s new Luminor Marina Guillaume Néry Edition is limited to just 70 units and will go for $18,900 USD.
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