Panerai Submersible S BRABUS Titanio PAM01403 dives in with first skeletonized automatic movement

High-end watchmakers Panerai and Brabus share a deep connection with the marine environment – supposedly why the two legends, in their own rights, want to design a timepiece that will go down in Submersible history.

For Panerai, the Submersible collection is a survival instrument; and the new Panerai Submersible S BRABUS Titanio PAM01403, made in collaboration with marine experts, Brabus, is only going to take that image further.

Designer: Panerai  and Brabus

The Panerai’s new Submersible watch is designed after the “Black Ops” line of luxury dayboats from Brabus. Continuing a marine approach in Panerai inseparably link to developing dive watches, the Submersible S BRABUS Titanio PAM01403 is the first skeletonized automatic movement powering the guts. The skeleton feature appears in the name with the letter S confirming the skeletonized aspect.

The watch case is made using Direct Metal Laser Sintering technique, which makes the 47mm casing lighter than traditional titanium case watches. To that accord, the watch weighs as light as 115 grams. The watch case is graced with an anti-clockwise rotating bezel, while the signature semi-oval crown protection completes the watch exterior.

The inventive skeletonized automatic movement caliber powering the Submersible S BRABUS Titanio PAM01403 offers three days of power reserve. The watch dial is filled with time, second time zone, world time, and date window. The watch is 300 meters water resistant and is priced at $51,000. Panerai Submersible S BRABUS Titanio PAM01403 is limited to only 177 examples, if you want one, you may just have to breach the queue!