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Panerai rewinds back to the early '90s for its new Mare Nostrum

The watch is inspired by the 1993 “Slytech” Mare Nostrum reference.
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Panerai Mare Nostrum 2017

The Mare Nostrum is back for 2017 and this time they've taken their inspiration from a 1993 "Slytech" model. Encased in steel, the watch forgoes the oversized models of the past and scales back to a much more sensible 42mm case that has an engraved tachymeter bezel, a dark blue dial, and a two-register chronograph. Movement is their Panerai Caliber OP XIII, which is a manually-wound ETA 2801-2 with a Dubois-Depraz chronograph module.

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