With state-of-the-art tech and sophisticated, military-inspired styling, the Panerai Submersible S BRABUS Verde Militare Edition takes the next step in a collaboration that brings together horology and high performance day boating.
Available in a limited edition of 200 pieces, the Panerai Submersible S BRABUS Verde Militare Edition features a 47mm case composed of Carbotech, a composite material first used in watchmaking by Panerai. Lighter than steel or titanium and resistant to corrosion.
The Panerai Submersible S BRABUS Verde Militare Edition is powered by a movement established on the foundation of the P.4000 caliber, the first automatic movement with an off-center micro-rotor developed and by the Panerai Manufacture at Neuchâtel. Its descendent, Caliber P. 4001/S, is an automatic, skeletonized movement featuring a three-day power reserve whose indicator appears on the reverse of the case. Furthermore, cutting-edge technology permits utmost visibility of the skeletonized movement, unobstructed by the date disc, which is discernible only through the window at 3 o’clock, thanks to the patented polarized date display.
The 47mm watch features a unidirectional rotating bezel to calculate immersion time and GMT function, while the one-piece, off-center oscillating weight permits bi-directional winding, whereby the two spring barrels efficiently wind the watch during wear. With its skeletonized structure—the bridges and plates have been winnowed to their barest elements to expose the workings of the movement—the watch is notably lightweight. In addition, the stop balance wheel and seconds reset devices enable the time to synchronize with a reference time signal.
Water-resistant to 30 bar (~ 300 meters), the Panerai Submersible S BRABUS Verde Militare Edition (PAM01283) features two straps, a black bi-material version composed of calf leather melded with a rubber base and a second in military green rubber.