Panerai adheres to its nautical roots and Italian character with another watch devoted to high-adrenaline sea pursuits. For this situation, Panerai praises its new job as the authority backer of the Luna Rossa, the Challenger of Record of the 36th Edition of the America’s Cup. The association with the Italian group is the ideal event for Panerai to disclose another assortment of watches straightforwardly propelled by the materials and advancements utilized by the yachts competing in the America’s Cup. Fitted out with a carbon fiber case, much the same as the new monohull of the AC75 Luna Rossa yacht, the 47mm Luna Rossa Challenger Submersible is shipshape and good to go with sailcloth on the dial and water-obstruction of 300 metres.
Housed in a XXL 47mm case made from Carbotech, an inventive composite material dependent on carbon fiber, the Luna Rossa Challenger Submersible imitates the material of the structure of the AC75 and an image of the yacht is engraved on the darkened titanium caseback of the watch. The Luna Rossa AC75 yacht has been updated with another carbon fiber monohull and will make its presentation in the primary phase of the America’s Cup World Series in 2019 in Cagliari, Sardinia, where all individuals from the Luna Rossa cruising group headed by Max Sirena will be wearing the watch.
The matte dark Carbotech case gives the watch a scandalous, cutting edge appearance and showcases the trademark marbled impact created by the layers of carbon fibres. Lighter than clay or titanium, Carbotech isn’t dependent upon consumption, is strong to outer stuns and is hypoallergenic. An expert plunge watch, the unidirectional turning bezel (likewise produced using Carbotech) to ascertain jump times shows the initial 15 minutes demonstrated with white markings. The trademark crown extension and switch are additionally created from Carbotech.
Luna Rossa sails and a GMT hand
In expansion to the carbon fiber frame, Panerai has gone above and beyond in confirming its organization with the Italian group and has applied unique dim sailcloth from the Luna Rossa on the dial. The uncommon surface, with its befuddling weave, adds character to the watch and will no uncertainty be an additional perk for authorities. Standing out from the monochrome dark dial are bits of red, an immediate reference to the red and white shades of the Luna Rossa logo on the yacht.
The little seconds hand at 9 o’clock and the focal bolt tipped hand showing the subsequent time region are selected in brilliant red for upgraded neatness. Rather than numerals on the dial, eight dabs and two hour markers at 12 and 6 o’clock radiate a serious iridescence, as do the tips of the skeletonised hands. notwithstanding the little seconds and GMT hand, the dial includes a restricted date window at 3 o’clock.
The watch is fitted with the P.0910/GMT Manufacture development made in Panerai’s best in class creation site in Neuchâtel. This programmed type has a bi-directional rotor and two spring barrels for a force save of 3 days/72 hours yet is covered up by the titanium caseback.
The watch comes on an adaptable, comfortable dark elastic tie with a brushed titanium clasp. Cost will be EUR 21,000. For more data, kindly visit www.panerai.com.