Panerai Luminor Marina 1950 Carbotech 3-Day Automatic PAM661 Watch

In today’s new Panerai model, the Panerai Marina 1950 Carbotech 3 Days Automatic PAM661 stands out for its carbon fiber casing. One of the benefits of Panerai and its naming conventions is that you can at least get a wide range of watch feelings from their model name, especially if you are already familiar with the brand. Of course, Panerai Replica Watches fans know that countless PAM references often have a very clever choice, with an option and an option. This new version immediately differs significantly from other products in that its black carbon case has a grainy pattern – oh, with a newer movement and some interesting details.

The movement is made of 200 parts and is completely developed and produced by the Panerai Replica watchmaking factory in Neuchâtel, Switzerland. And Panerai seems quite firm, this is a new sport. In a sense, this particular movement debuted today, but when you think it is largely based on P.9000, it is not new. However, the update is not trivial, as the P.9010 offers a thinner profile and the balance bridge is now fixed on both sides, while the movement maintains its three-day power reserve and its independently adjustable hour hand (it should be convenient when traveling) .


Last year’s Submersible Carbotech was more distinctive overall and is a limited edition. This Panerai Marina 1950 Carbotech 3 Days Automatic PAM661 offers a unique and minimalist iconic Cheap Panerai Replica Watches case with a unique look of carbon fiber stripe texture. In addition to Submersible Carbotech, we have seen cases of various carbon composites and “high-tech” materials from a variety of brands that sometimes achieve a wood-like appearance. For example, please see our recent Richard Mille RM 011 Felipe Massa Night NTP NT Carbon Review. When Sinn’s black coated Damascus steel is an 1800 S Damaszener watch, it also has a similar appearance, even if it is steel.

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