Inside the Submersible 1950 Carbotech is the Panerai built P.9000 caliber, an automatic winding mechanical movement featuring a three-day power reserve thanks to twin mainspring barrels. It’s a robust movement with a staggering 197 components to run the time and date. The trademarked “crown protection” device makes winding and setting as easy as pulling the pin (it’s also done in carbotech). The screwed-in caseback is made of titanium, and features an engraving of “Firenze 1860,” the founding city and date of Panerai, as well as an image of a slow-speed torpedo, which was apparently a means of conveyance for Italian commandos in the ‘40s.
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