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Panerai Submersible Carbotech Watch

Panerai Submersible Carbotech Watch

Panerai’s dramatic black watch features a Carbotech composite case, giving it textured, matte finish, and a lightweight feel for its hefty 47mm size. It’s powered by a precise automatic-mechanical Swiss movement, has luminous markers, a day indicator, and a small seconds dial.

Panerai Luminor 1950 Carbotech

Panerai Luminor 1950 Carbotech

An absolutely stunning timepiece, the Luminor Submersible 1950 Carbotech offers rugged, military looks, and a case made from lightweight carbon fiber composite. It has a 3-day automatic movement, and is water resistant up to 30 bar (~300 meters).

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Panerai Ferrari California

Panerai Ferrari California

Got a freshly minted Ferrari California in the garage? Panerai’s Ferrari California watch is a made for racers, with quick-reset flyback function and redline between 12 and 3.

Panerai Ferrari Watch

Panerai Ferrari Watch

So you’ve got your Scuderia and your Vertu: what’s next? Panerai’s Ferrari Perpetual Calendar watch is the final accoutrement for the ultra-rich; it’s $25k of brushed stainless steel ecstasy.

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