Introducing: The Panerai Submersible Carbotech

Introducing: The Panerai Submersible Carbotech

Snappy Take

This year Panerai is by all accounts multiplying down on its Submersible line, the toughest, most straightforward fake watch prices in its assortment. The models you see here are exemplary Submersibles in profile, however they’re delivered in Carbotech, a restrictive material dependent on carbon fiber that Panerai has been utilizing since 2015 . There are two models, one 47mm rendition and one 42mm adaptation, and keeping in mind that the two have various measurements and various developments inside (the bigger model highlights an in-house type while the more modest highlights a ValFleurier-based development), the two share similar smooth looks. The matte dark Carbotech case is complemented by bright blue accents found in the dial markers, dial printing, and bezel markers, and a passed out titanium caseback completes the bundle. In spite of glancing all blue in daylight, when found in obscurity the bezel pearl and moment hand really gleam green to make timing plunges even easier.

The dial has a huge load of three-dimensionality to it.

Starting Thoughts

Panerai is a brand in a one of a kind position: its item portfolio is, and consistently has been, based around a moderately exacting arrangement of configuration codes and reason driven highlights. Somely, this makes it hard for Panerai to do things that look and feel “new” to those who aren’t epicureans fixated on particulars. Otherly though, this is a genuine preferred position: there’s much less whiz-blast hogwash that feels like it’s being done just to stand out enough to be noticed and significantly more spotlight on refining things after some time and making intriguing items that offer new understandings on exemplary thoughts. These fake watch prices do precisely that, taking an advanced exemplary Panerai silhouette and giving it an absolutely new life though inventive materials and a spotless, cool shading scheme. Actually, I’m into it.

One thing to take note of: this isn’t the principal Submersible to be made of Carbotech. In 2015 Panerai presented a Luminor Submersible 1950 Carbotech (PAM 616) that actually gives off an impression of being essential for the brand’s present assortment. It has a totally different look from these new models, with tan accents throughout and a more conventional Panerai-style dial. Whether or not the 616 will be cycled out for these new models is yet to be seen.

Front and back perspectives on the 47mm Submersible Carbotech.

The Basics

Brand: Panerai
Model: Submersible Carbotech
Reference Number: PAM01616 (47mm), PAM00960 (42mm)

Diameter: 47mm or 42mm
Case Material: Carbotech case and crown defender, titanium caseback with dark coating
Dial Color: Black
Indexes: Dots and batons
Lume: Yes, on markers, hands, and bezel dot
Water Resistance: 300 meters
Strap/Bracelet: Black caoutchouc tie with brushed DLC titanium buckle

Multicolored lume making perusing the fake watch prices in obscurity a complete breeze.

The Movement (47mm Version)

Caliber: In-House P. 9010

Functions: Hours, minutes, little seconds, date

Diameter: 38.7mm

Thickness: 6mm

Power Reserve: 72 hours

Winding: Automatic

Frequency: 4 Hz (28,800 vph)

Jewels: 31

Front and back perspectives on the 42mm Submersible Carbotech.

The Movement (42mm Version)

Caliber: OP XXXIV (in view of ValFleurier ébauche)  

Functions: Hours, minutes, little seconds, date

Diameter: 30mm  

Thickness: 4.2mm

Power Reserve: 72 hours  

Winding: Automatic  

Frequency: 4 Hz (28,800 vph)  

Jewels: 25

Even the crown lock is made of Carbotech.

Estimating & Availability

Price: $17,400 (42mm), $17,900 (47mm)

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