Submersible Chrono Guillaume Nery Edition - 47mm
BLUE AS THE SEA
The titanium case integrates perfectly with the blue of the ceramic disc applied to the bezel, the blue hands and the blue rubber strap. It is also a precision chronograph, with fly-back function and the device for zeroing the seconds hand to enable perfect synchronisation with a reference signal. In the back case is engraved Guillaume Néry signature.
Automatic mechanical, P.9100 calibre, executed entirely by Panerai, 13¾ lignes, 8.15 mm thick, 37 jewels, Glucydur® balance, 28,800 alternations/hour. Incabloc® anti-shock device. Power reserve 3 days, two barrels. 302 components.
Hours, minutes, small seconds, chronograph flyback, seconds reset
Diameter 47mm, brushed titanium
Titanium/blue ceramic anti-clockwise rotating bezel with graduated scale
Screw, brushed titanium. Engraved
Shark grey with luminous hour markers and dots. Chronograph hour counter at 3 o'clock, small seconds at 9 o'clock and central chronograph seconds and minute hands
"30 bar (~300 metres)"
- 26/22.0 Standard
The unidirectional rotating bezel enables the times of immersion to be calculated with confidence, while legibility in the dark is ensured by Super-LumiNova® coating applied to the markers and the large skeleton hands. The rubber strap fitted to the watch is perfect for diving and very tough.
The P.9100 calibre is the first automatic movement with chronograph functions developed by Officine Panerai and it is produced entirely in the Panerai manufacture in Neuchâtel, with materials and standards of workmanship at the peak of the sector in terms of technology, quality and reliability. With a chronograph with a vertical clutch and column wheel, the new calibre is unusual in that the chronograph minutes are displayed by a central hand which jumps forward once every 60 seconds. It also has the useful flyback function. This enables the chronograph hands which are already running to be returned instantaneously to zero and restarted without first having to stop them, return them to zero and then restart them. This function is controlled by the push-button at eight o’clock, which is also used to return both hands to zero when the chronograph has already stopped. The two spring barrels in series give a power reserve of 72 hours. The choice of the double spring barrel enables thinner, longer springs to be used, which is beneficial for the duration and evenness of the supply of energy.Discover calibre