SIHH 2015: Up Close With The Panerai Mare Nostrum Titanio PAM603 (With Photos And Price) Low Price Replica


Power book is, you guessed it, three days involving two barrels. Another thing worth mentioning is that there’s a moments reset purpose, so when the time is being set the equilibrium stops along with the seconds hand returns to zero.Moving into the Panerai LAB-ID Luminor 1950 Carbotech 3 Days PAM 700 dial, Panerai coated it with carbon nanotubes. This has done is that it basically allows the dial to consume more light and reduce reflection when improving the blackness of dial up and producing the blue Superluminova on the hands and markers seem more vivid. Since they could not publish or stamp on the dial, the figures and text are employed directly onto the crystal that then gets the double-antireflective coating applied.The 49mm-wide instance is water-resistant to 100M and is made of Carbotech, which can be a carbon-fibre based composite we’ve seen in a few Panerai watches at the recent past. Thin sheets of carbon fiber have been compressed at high pressures in a controlled temperature with a polymer named PEEK (Polyether Ether Ketone), a procedure which binds the two and makes the resulting product stronger.Seeing the integration of innovative materials in watch movements is something I am looking forward to following carefully. Making the need for lubrication superfluous while boasting a 50-year warranty is a great way for both Panerai and their Liboratorio Di Idee, or LAB-ID, branch for attention, and that I doubt it’s a claim they would make unless they felt secure that it is realistic.It includes just two series-coupled mainspring barrels that collectively supply 8 days worth of power reserve, though you do only get a 3 Hertz operating frequency.

In 2010 Panerai Watches San Jose Replica unveiled the first oversized Mare Nostrum chronograph (PAM300), inspired by a prototype officer’s chronograph from 1943. That is now a desirable timepiece on the secondary market, so true to form Panerai introduced the Mare Nostrum Titanio PAM603 at SIHH 2015.

Translating as “our sea”, Mare Nostrum was the Roman term for the Mediterranean Sea, coming back into vogue during the Second World War. And it was for the deck officers of the Italian Navy of WWII that the original Mare Nostrum prototypes were developed.

Aesthetically the new Mare Nostrum is very similar to the 2010 model. The case is 52 mm in diameter, with a brushed finish and a wide, flat bezel. But it is made of titanium, making it less heavy than it looks (the 2010 watch was in steel).

The dial is a dark brown with gold hands and parchment markings. Panerai does excel at recreating the look of watches from times past, and the Mare Nostrum feels very much like a vintage watch.

As with several Panerai reissue models, the numerals and markers are engraved, then filled with Super-Luminova. Notably, the chapter ring is raised, sitting a step above the centre of the dial.

Inside is the Minerva calibre 13-22, here known as the Panerai OP XXV movement. It’s a traditionally constructed and finished movement with German silver bridges. Unlike the 2010 model, however, this has a solid back, keep the movement hidden. That is a shame as like all Minerva movements it is hand-finished to a high standard, far beyond what is typical of a Panerai.

The Mare Nostrum Titanio PAM603 is limited to 300 pieces in total, with 150 pieces produced each year in 2015 and 2016. The price is €37,000 before taxes, or 58,200 Singapore dollars with 7% tax.