Crafted using Direct Metal Laser Sintering (DMLS) technology, the timepiece boasts a significantly lightweight case construction, weighing only 115 grams — around 30% less than standard titanium cases made with traditional methods. The case measures 47mm in width and is paired with an anti-clockwise rotating bezel doused in a graduated effect. Synonymous with the Submersible’s hallmarked crown design, the new watch comes outfitted with the distinctive semi-oval crown-protection device and safety-lock system.
Beating at the core of the reference is the P.4001/S, a high-end complication that’s equipped with hours, minutes, small seconds, a second time zone, world time, and a calendar aperture functions. The watch also boasts a three-day power reserve and 300 meters of water resistance.
Retailing for $51,000 USD, the Panerai Submersible S BRABUS Titanio PAM01403 is released as a 177-piece limited-edition and exclusively available via Panerai boutiques around the world. To enquire about its availability, head over to Panerai’s official website for more information.
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