2015 SIHH presented us with a perfect visual feast. Panerai is synonymous with an Italian military watch. At this exhibition, a replica version of the 1943 ‘Mare Nostrum’ chronograph was launched. This watch takes us back to history and looks to the future. A total of 150 pieces are limited to sale. .
Case made of matte titanium
The watch is based on the original ‘Mare Nostrum’ watch produced in 1943. Through Panerai’s excellent technology and similar aesthetics, it shows us the historical classic again. The watch has a diameter of 52 millimeters. The oversized case is more tough and domineering. The case is made of matte titanium. Even if the size of the case is large, the weight is still light.
52 mm diameter
According to official information: In 1943, the Panerai family created a chronograph watch for the civilian officers of the Royal Italian Navy and named it ‘Mare Nostrum’, in order to pay tribute to the Mediterranean ‘Mare Nostrum’ (‘Our Sea’), Because during the Second World War, the Royal Italian Navy fleet successfully completed the combat mission. In 1924, Guido Panerai used this name to name what may be the first chronograph in the history of Panerai, but all clues about this first model have long been lost. However, there are still a few trials of chronograph watches made in 1943, so the brand was able to build this new watch again and gave it excellent technical precision and similar aesthetic characteristics. This is Mare Nostrum Titanio Titanium watch.
Water-resistant to 30 meters
With a brown calfskin strap
Equipped with a unique Panerai OP XXV manual winding mechanical movement
Brown dial with luminous Arabic numerals and hour markers, retro and beautiful
There are timing buttons and crown on the right side of the case
Polished precision texture around the bezel, very beautiful
Key design is quite retro
Titanium pin buckle is strong and lightweight
The case is finely polished and finely engraved
The watch is equipped with a Panerai OP XXV manual-winding mechanical movement. The movement is designed with 12¾ method, 22 stones, Glucydur® balance wheel and Incabloc® anti-vibration device, which vibrates 18,000 times per hour. With a gooseneck trimmer, the bridge is decorated with Geneva ripples, and the movement provides a 55-hour power reserve for the watch.
Summary: The 2015 SIHH presented us with a unique visual feast, and we look forward to the report group in front of the Watch House to bring us more exciting content. For more details, please click on the watch live event in Geneva: