Panerai’s main highlight for 2022 is the Submersible collection, which now features a new intermediate case size: 44 mm.
Panerai’s Submersible collection receives a new case size this year. As its name suggests, the Submersible QuarantaQuattro is now available in a 44mm diameter, in addition to the existing 47mm and 42mm sizes. The new model retains all the features of the collection, which is based on the iconic Luminor case with its distinctive shape and patented crown protection device. What sets this Submersible apart from its predecessors is the unidirectional rotating bezel.
Hidden behind the solid caseback is the automatic caliber P.900 (based on ValFleurier) with hours, minutes, small seconds, date indication and three days power reserve.
Three interpretations of the Submersible QuarantaQuattro make their debut in the collection: two steel models in a white dial/green rubber strap combination or black dial/black rubber strap combination and a third model in Carbotech with a deep blue dial and corresponding colored rubber strap.
Submersible QuarantaQuattro eSteel
Continuing its commitment to sustainability, Panerai also offers the new QuarantaQuattro in eco-responsible eSteel. This model comes in three variants with green, anthracite or blue dials combined with matching colored glossy ceramic inserts on the rotating bezel. The two straps supplied with the watch are made from recycled materials: recycled PET and recycled rubber.
Submersible QuarantaQuattro Luna Rossa
The Submersible QuarantaQuattro is also presented in a limited edition of 1500 pieces in steel, which celebrates the return of Panerai as Official Sponsor of Team Luna Rossa Prada Pirelli for the 37th America’s Cup. The dial and bracelet make the connection with Luna Rossa clear.
Luminor Perpetual Calendar Goldtech
In addition to the Submersible models, Panerai is also introducing a new Goldtech version of the Luminor Perpetual Calendar. The new watch is presented in a 44 mm case. As with previous versions, the display of the perpetual calendar on the dial side is limited to the day of the week and date (via double windows at 3 o’clock). Here, a smoked sapphire crystal dial provides a partial view of the intricate mechanism.
On the back of the sapphire crystal case are the indications of month, year, leap year and power reserve indicator on the micro-rotor of the P.4100 caliber. There are no correctors and all adjustments can be made through the crown in any direction, without limitations. Whoever buys this watch can also enjoy an experience: a trip to Florence and the countryside of Tuscany.