Submersible 44mm, the number one keyword for Panerai’s new work in 2022. Recently, a series of new watches unveiled during “Watches & Wonders” are all around the focus of Submersible 44mm; Panerai named the watch of this specification Submersible QuarantaQuattro, the Italian word for “QuarantaQuattro” means “44”. As early as 1998, Panerai, which originally supplied military watches, first released the Luminor Submersible watch (PAM00024) to the private sector, which was the size of the 44mm watch diameter; therefore, when Panerai once again put this historically symbolic watch. The specifications are brought back to the Submersible watch series, which is bound to attract watch fans who are sophisticated about the connotation of watches.
Submersible, which was originally included in the Luminor series, officially became an independent watch series in 2019; the current Submersible watch originally included two sizes of 47mm and 42mm. The addition of Submersible 44mm not only made this specification deeply connected with the brand history once again. Returning to the team also allows the wearer to have more choices to pick out a size that is more suitable for personal posture and more comfortable to wear. More importantly, for watch lovers who have always been in love with the masculine nature of Panerai, 44mm is big enough but not too large, with a visual effect of weight, it is eye-catching and not difficult to control, and more importantly, it is still loyal. Original.
These new models have all the classic basic functions of the Submersible series: water-resistant to 300 meters, equipped with a crown protector patented by Panerai, a unidirectional rotating bezel that measures the dive time, covered with white Super-LumiNova™ luminous Coated and metal frame hour markers, with sufficient conditions for professional diving watches. In addition, they are also equipped with a P.900 self-winding movement, a three-day chain, a small seconds dial at 9 o’clock, and a date window with an updated design that is easier to read at 3 o’clock. Under the premise of the same basic conditions, to decide the competition in the hearts of watch lovers, it depends on which design elements are more suitable for personal appetite.
How to find the most suitable one for you from a series of new Submersible 44mm watches with unique design details such as materials and colors? Horoguides selects the highlights of four new works, analyzes their respective characteristics and the reasons why they are worth collecting, so as to relieve everyone’s worries, and disconnect the troubles about which one to choose.
Submersible collection debuts eSteel™ case & polished ceramic bezel
PAM01287, made of eco-friendly recycled eSteel™, is the first time such an innovative material has appeared in the Submersible series. eSteel™ is actually a new material released by Panerai in 2021, when it was used on the Luminor Marina watch; this recycled steel alloy is comparable to traditional stainless steel in terms of chemical properties, physical structure and corrosion resistance, and uses recycled materials. Remanufacturing of materials can reduce the impact on the environment. The eSteel™ case with a matte finish provides an excellent texture contrast to the polished ceramic bezel.
The green unidirectional rotating bezel is another design highlight. This is the first time Panerai has used polished ceramic materials; the tone of the bezel echoes the dial, and the dial has a color gradient treatment, which gradually deepens from top to bottom, bringing out a mysterious and deep overall style. The green crown matches the color of the recycled PET fabric strap.
To emphasize the innovative materials used in the watch, the crown guard and the dial at 6 o’clock are marked with eSteel™ engraving. This fake watches for sale is the first work in the history of the Submersible series to be marked with this word. Each watch comes with two straps in the same colour as the dial, one in recycled PET fabric and the other in recycled rubber, with an exclusive strap replacement tool and a screwdriver for clasp removal.