The typical seconds register that’s come to signify the Italian brand sits at nine o’clock, and the dial is a deep hue of brown, designed to complement the bronze case. And beyond the bronze, it’s designed with intention: It’s water-resistant to 300 meters and a features thick application of lume for visibility. It’s a statement piece, sure, but it can walk the walk. It also utilizes Panerai’s P. 9010 caliber with a power reserve of 72 hours. It wouldn’t be a proper Submersible without the crown protection device, so of course it’s present and made from…you guessed it…bronze. Crucially, this isn’t a limited edition, unlike previous bronze Panerai models – think of this as the bronzo for everyone.
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