— The new Submersible models from Panerai distinguish themselves by a flyback function and their rotating bezel made of titanium or black ceramic.
The new Luminor Submersible 1950 3 Days Chrono Flyback Automatic Titanio – 47mm is inspired by the military roots that characterised the florentine brand. The watch has the classical 47-mm Luminor Submersible case made of brushed titanium, which has hypoallergenic properties as well as extreme corrosion resistance, toughness and lightness. Thanks to its screw-down back and crown guard lever, the case is water-resistant to 30 atmospheres (approximately 300 metres) while a unidirectional rotating bezel allows wearers time their dives.
The Luminor Submersible 1950 3 Days Chrono Flynback Automatic Titanio is powered by Panerai’s in-house Caliber P.9000, with automatic winding, a frequency of 28,800 vph, and a power reserve of three days from two barrels. The movement also includes a system for that can reset the hour hand backwards and forwards in one-hour jumps without interfering with the running of the minute hand. The timepiece also displays a flyback chronograph function, a chronograph of which the elapsed seconds hand can be stopped, returned to zero and restarted instantly with a single push of a button.
Two versions are available: the first one features a bezel made entirely of brushed titanium (PAM00614), while the second one has a special bezel made of titanium with a matte black ceramic finish (PAM00615). Their black dials feature applied luminous hour markers and are supremely readable. The watches come on a rubber strap. Both are supplied with a spare strap, a screwdriver and a special tool for replacing it.