Panerai has unveiled a new creation developed in close collaboration with Mike Horn.
Demonstrating unwavering commitment to each of his adventures – from trekking to the North Pole to climbing the world’s highest and most challenging peaks without supplemental oxygen – the explorer, adventurer, and environmental protection advocate is truly known for his relentless drive to reach the heights.
The Submersible Chrono Flyback Mike Horn Edition abounds with features able to withstand daunting conditions, beginning with a 47mm brushed titanium case that is both lightweight and highly resistant. A hard-wearing black matt ceramic ring within the unidirectional bezel provides a highly legible tool for the measurement of immersion time, while screw-down chronograph pushers deliver a superior degree of water resistance.
Applied indices in white and vivid yellow central chronograph hands punctuate the dark blue dial. Developed as an indispensable tool for daring explorers on land or sea, this timepiece is powered by the P.9100 calibre, the first automatic movement with chronograph functions created by Panerai. The movement features the flyback function, an advanced complication that allows the chronograph to reset and restart with one press of the pusher at 8 o’clock, along with a three-day power reserve.
Water-resistant to 30 bar (about 300 metres), the Submersible Chrono Flyback Mike Horn Edition features two straps: a blue rubber accordion-type one and a bi-material UP Camo version composed of rubber and a camouflage fabric inspired by Italian Navy uniforms. With the patented house’s strap system, switching one strap for another is a simple operation.
November 11, 2021