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Panerai 2022 Watches

Panerai Debuts Its New Watches For 2022

The watchmaker has debuted a stunning array of timepieces for 2022.

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$ 9,600+

Panerai brings together stunning Italian designs with immaculate Swiss technology. At this year’s Watches & Wonders, Panerai has introduced additions to its Submersible line with the Panerai Submersible QuarantaQuattro watch – all made of eSteel, and the Submersible QuarantaQuattro Luna Rossa. Also debuting at Watches & Wonders was the Submersible QuarantaQuattro (non eSteel), the QuarantaQuattro Carbotech™ Blu Abisso, as well as the QuarantaQuattro Bianco.  Finally, Panerai’s Luminor Goldtech™ Calendario Perpetuo was also unveiled at the fair.

Designed to reach depths of 300 meters, the Submersible Collection watches are built with patented crown-protecting devices. The watches made with eSteel weigh 137g, and of that total weight, 72g is made of recycled materials, coming in at 52% of the total weight. The eSteel case has the same properties as a regular stainless steel case, so the wearing experience will be comparable to the other steel models in the collection. The watches are proper divers that are water-resistant to 300 meters. These three new Panerai eSteel models feature 44mm stainless steel cases, hence the name QuarantaQuattro (forty-four in Italian). The Submersible eSteel models come in three different colors. The first is the Verde Smeraldo, the second is the Grigio Roccia, and the last model is the Blu Profondo.

The Submersible QuarantaQuattro Luna Rossa watch was made to commemorate the 37th America’s Cup. Limited to only 1,500 pieces, this watch features a blue face and a blue fabric wristband with a red stripe. Like the Submersible QuarantaQuattro eSteel watch, it is water resistant to 300 meters. Another addition to the Panarai Submersible QuarantaQuattro line is the Carbontech Blu Abisso, with a deep blue dial and Carbontech bezel. Also available is the Submersible QuarantaQuattro with its black dial and brushed stainless bezel. The QuarantaQuattro Bianco has a striking white dial with luminous hour markers and dots. All of these watches are powered by the in-house automatic P.900 caliber. The movement consists of 171 components, operates at 28,800vph, has 23 jewels, and provides a three-day power reserve.

Finally, the Luminor Goldtech™ Calendario Perpetuo, a limited-edition watch, is priced at $83,700, and is available in only 33 pieces. This stunning timepiece, powered by the P.4100 movement, has a case and bezel made with Polished Goldtech™. The black sun-brushed dial has luminous Arabic numerals and hour markers. On display is the day of the week, date at 3 o’clock, seconds and 24h indicator at 9 o’clock. Buyers of the Calendario Perpetuo will be invited on a unique journey to Florence to experience Panerai heritage first-hand.

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