Panerai PANERAI uses the composite material carbotech for the first time to manufacture high-end watches. The brand uses new materials to create functions and aesthetics beyond imagination, giving each Luminor Submersible 1950 Carbotech ™ watch a unique style.
Officine Panerai selects composite carbotech for the first time
The charm of Panerai comes from the brand’s ability to blend brilliant history with innovative design and use. carbotech has excellent functions, matte black surface is rich in texture, and will look to the future, while laying a deep historical heritage for each watch. In 2010, due to different cutting methods, different effects were presented, creating each year with its own characteristics. Panerai first introduced the Luminor Submersible watch with a bronze case. Watches have greatly surprised the high-end watch industry. Bronze has a deep relationship with navigation since ancient times, and will become more and more personalized with the passage of time. carbotech’s structure makes the case, rotating bezel and crown bridge protection device more beautiful and gives it excellent functions. Carbotech sheet is made of carbon fiber. Today, Panerai’s Workshop of Ideas adds high-tech polymer PEEK (Polyether Ether Ketone)-far-sighted, technology that has never been seen before to create each one unique. Polyether ether 硐) Compressed under high pressure at a specific temperature to make the material stronger. Luminor Submersible 1950 Carbotech ™ watch. Its case is durable. The extremely long carbon fiber makes the material present a consistent aesthetic sense. Each carbon fiber sheet is first made of carbon fiber carbon fiber composite material. It has never been overlapped and formed at different angles by the watch industry. This structure makes carbotech stand out from other clock and watch materials such as ceramics and titanium, and is relatively lighter. At the same time, it can resist external interference, and has low sensitization and corrosion resistance.
New Luminor Submersible 1950 Carbotech ™ Watch PAM00616 with Black Rubber Strap
Every detail of the design of the Panerai watch is inspired by the brand’s historical tradition, and it is made by cutting-edge technology. Panerai’s Luminor 1950 case (47 mm in diameter), the prototype originated from the late 1940 developed by Panerai for the Italian Navy commando, and the later design is based on the brand’s model developed for the Egyptian Navy in 1956, with the addition of Rotating bezel with studs. The bezel can only be rotated clockwise in one direction to accurately calculate the dive time for professional diving equipment. The watch has been rigorously tested to ensure a water resistance of up to 30 bar (approximately 300 meters).
Luminor Submersible 1950 Carbotech ™ Watch (PAM00616) with Panerai P.9000 Automatic Mechanical Movement
The new Luminor Submersible 1950 Carbotech ™ watch features a black dial and hour markers, a date display window at 3 o’clock, and a Panerai blue small seconds dial at 9 o’clock. The screw-in case back ensures the watch is top-notch waterproof. It is made of black-coated titanium and engraved with Panerai’s unique ‘Florence 1860’ words, marking the year and birthplace of the brand. The bottom cover is also engraved with a slow torpedo pattern, echoing the glorious history of Italian naval officers wearing Panerai watches to operate slow torpedoes in the deep sea.
The new Luminor Submersible 1950 Carbotech ™ watch is emblazoned with the OP logo for the first time in Panerai Blue, with a spare strap and a screwdriver
The Luminor Submersible 1950 Carbotech ™ watch is equipped with a P.9000 self-winding movement, developed by Panerai’s watchmaking factory in Neuchâtel. The movement has a diameter of 133/4 centimeters, is equipped with two barrels, provides a three-day power reserve, and can be wound in both directions. To ensure accurate timing, the movement is equipped with a special device to pause the balance wheel, so that the hour hand can adjust the hour forward or backward independently without affecting the operation of the minute hand. The balance wheel vibrates 28,800 times per hour.