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Panerai builds a titanium Luminor Submersible for explorer, Mike Horn

The watch will join Horn on his latest expedition.
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Panerai Luminor Submersible 1950 Three Days Mike Horn

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Explorer Mike Horn will be embarking on his Pole 2 Pole expedition armed with one hell of a timepiece, the Panerai Luminor Submersible GMT. The watch is exactly what you want on an adventure. It's big and legible with bright hands and Superluminova markers on the dial, a GMT hand that will keep you on time around the globe, and a rugged 45mm titanium case that's not only lightweight, but is also stronger than steel. Movement is the Panerai P.9001 automatic, which is comprised of 229 components and has a power reserve of three days.

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