If you love luxury timepieces with a military vibe, you are going to dig the new Panerai Submersible S BRABUS Verde Militare Edition (PAM01283). That’s right. It is a Panerai and BRABUS cobranded timepiece.
The Panerai Submersible S BRABUS Verde Militare Edition was launched in conjunction with the unveiling of the BRABUS Shadow 900 Stealth Green Signature Edition last month.
BRABUS did not explicitly say it but I think the military green accent on this timepiece matches the boat perfectly.
The watch features a 47 mm Carbotech case paired with a unidirectional rotating bezel also in the watchmaker’s Carbotech composite material.
Powering the clockwork is the Caliber P. 4001/S automatic skeletonized movement which is based on the P.4000 caliber, the first automatic movement with an off-center micro-rotor.
The Panerai Submersible S BRABUS Verde Militare Edition touts a three-day power reserve whose indicator appears on the reverse of the case and a patented polarized date display.
The timepiece further features a one-piece, off-center oscillating weight that allows for bi-directional winding, along with a stop balance wheel and seconds reset devices enabling the time to synchronize with a reference time signal.
It is water resistant to 30 bar (about 300 meters/984 feet).
It comes supplied with two straps: a black bi-material version made of calf leather melded with a rubber base and a military green rubber.
The Panerai Submersible S BRABUS Verde Militare Edition has a limited run of just 200 pieces, each going for a cool US$52,000.
Images: BRABUS/Officine Panerai.