Panerai: Mare Nostrum Acciaio 42mm

Panerai lovers probably know these hours due to the fact that this is the third edition of Mare Nostrum Panerai for a long period of history. Mare Nostrum were the first chronograph, created by Panerai, which was introduced in 1943 for the Italian Navy. The model was later revived in 1993, in a first reissue, reference 5218-301 / A, which was made up to 1997 year. Today’s model is practically identical to the model 1993, although it has some differences.
The novelty is released in 42-mm stainless steel housing, as in the 1993 year round chronograph buttons, on the bezel tachymeter calibrated to 60 km / h. Size of the first model Mare Nostrum was 52 mm. The dial is quite attractive, it has two different color accents: white for labels and highlight the two registers, and beige SuperLuminova for indexes, Arabic numerals and hands.
Panerai has decided to use the same mechanism as in the previous series, Caliber OP XXXIII, which is based on ETA 2801-2 with a chronograph module Dubois-Dépraz. It is certified by COSC and has a power reserve of 42 hours.
For fans of Panerai is valuable that manufacture adheres to the history of these hours. The latest version of Panerai produced a series of 1000 pieces and comes in a wooden box, which has the shape of Luigi Durand De La Penne, the Italian ship-destroyer with the era of the original Mare Nostrum. Watch sold for 10,200 dollars.

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