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Panerai previews a watch that's worthy of a freediving champion

The company previews its latest submersible.
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Panerai Submersible Chrono Guillaume Néry edition

Designed for those who live their lives at the deepest depths of the sea, Panerai's new Submersible was created for Guillaume Néry, a French freediving champion who is best known for breaking the freediving world record multiple times. For the Guillaume Néry edition, Panerai created a Submersible that could reach depths of up to 300 meters (984 feet) and remain precise and readable in all conditions. To create the ideal diving watch for Néry, Panerai placed white and blue luminescent indices against a grey background for easy readability and they kept things light by giving it a titanium case. The watch houses a P.9100 in-house automatic that has a power reserve of 3 days.

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