The latest time-teller unveiled as part of Panerai and BRABUS’ ongoing partnership is the Panerai Submersible S BRABUS Titanio PAM01403.
Crafted using Direct Metal Laser Sintering (DMLS) technology, the timepiece boasts a significantly lightweight case construction, weighing only 115 grams — around 30% less than standard titanium cases made with traditional methods. The case measures 47mm in width and is paired with an anti-clockwise rotating bezel doused in a graduated effect. Synonymous with the Submersible’s hallmarked crown design, the new watch comes outfitted with the distinctive semi-oval crown-protection device and safety-lock system.
Beating at the core of the reference is the P.4001/S, a high-end complication that’s equipped with hours, minutes, small seconds, a second time zone, world time, and a calendar aperture functions. The watch also boasts a three-day power reserve and 300 meters of water resistance.
Retailing for $51,000 USD, the Panerai Submersible S BRABUS Titanio PAM01403 is released as a 177-piece limited-edition and exclusively available via Panerai boutiques around the world. To enquire about its availability, head over to Panerai’s official website for more information.
While this might be the year of the Radiomir for Panerai, the latest release from the brand for 2023 is a limited-edition version of its Submersible dive watch that has been created in collaboration with the German automotive tuning company BRABUS. Crafted from recycled titanium using a 3D printing process and powered by one of its advanced Laboratorio di Idee movements, the new Panerai Submersible S BRABUS eTitanio PAM01403 builds upon the brand’s previous collaboration pieces with the automotive tuning house to create a new version of Panerai’s signature sports model that showcases a novel sustainable alloy and a high-tech manufacturing process that allows the brand to produce extra-lightweight titanium cases. In terms of its overall design and functionality, the new Panerai Submersible S BRABUS eTitanio PAM01403 is essentially the same watch as the limited-edition Submersible S BRABUS Black Ops Edition that was released a couple of years ago, but it now features a case that is crafted from eTitanio, which is a 100% recycled titanium powder derived from pre-consumer scraps. The case still measures a sizable 47mm in diameter, and just like its predecessors, it is fitted with a unidirectional rotating timing bezel that is crafted from Panerai’s Carbotech carbon composite material. Sapphire crystals cover both the dial side of the watch and its display caseback; however, the middle case is now made from eTitanio, and it, therefore, showcases the natural gray tones of the metal that have been given a brushed finish.