Panerai expands its collection of diving instruments with an offering that combines two innovative materials for the first time: Panerai Goldtech™, a gold alloy with an intense and stable color, and Carbotech™. The pairing is surprisingly complementary in the Submersible GoldtechTM – 44mm (PAM01070). To accentuate the attitude of the model, a material was chosen to give shape and substance to functional components such as the bezel, crown and crown bridge lever. Known as Carbotech™, this composite consists of overlapping carbon fiber sheets with alternating orientations (seven per millimeter), aggregated using controlled temperature and high pressure and fused with a late-generation polymer binder.
Conceived to realize its full potential in extreme conditions, and tailored to the specific requirements of diving, the Submersible Goldtech™ – 44mm is configured as a highly reliable tool able to withstand high pressure thanks to features like a unidirectional rotating bezel and screwed caseback. Luminescent indexes, hands and dots in green/blue are immediately legible underwater. High quality mechanics contribute to the model’s reliability, accuracy and precision, all functional contributions thanks to the P.900 Caliber. The next-generation movement was designed and developed entirely by the Panerai Manufacture in Neuchâtel. Notably for a watch of its diameter and thickness (4.2mm), it combines a date indication and three-day power reserve.
Water resistant up to 30 bar (about 300 meters deep) the new Submersible Goldtech™ – 44mm features a black rubber strap and a trapezoidal pin buckle in titanium with black DLC coating. An additional strap composed of Panerai Sportech™ in black with ecru stitching also accompanies the watch, along with a screwdriver for removing the buckle and a box made from recycled plastic.