French freediving champion Guillaume Nery is the brand’s recognized watch ambassador. When he defected from Ball at the end of 2016 and subsequently worked hand-in-hand with luxury Panerai replica watches, he expected that the new partnership would inevitably produce a special edition. Although this new diving chronograph is not what I personally want to drink, it is still a unique and impressive piece in the Panerai Luminor replica’s 1950 series designed for the world record holder.
Replica Luminor Submersible Chrono Guillaume Néry Edition PAM 982 Watch
The new PAM 982, which is a new reference for Panerai, borrows the simple dial architecture of the PAM 1389 diving cheap replica watch, and combines it with the titanium case and the 47mm PAM 615 flyback chronograph movement, while integrating Two new elements: the frosted blue ceramic bezel and the mottled “shark gray” dial. The back of the case is engraved with the silhouette of a diver, a small school of fish and Nery’s signature and a personal best of 126 meters.
From a design point of view, the overall execution of the watch is very good – the eye-catching blue tone and texture are like a natural match of the original inspiration, and can be seamlessly integrated into the existing Panerai replica watches series-even for those who The same is true for people who are less interested in sports. The only real strange thing about the freediving watch itself is the movement. Although it can be water-resistant to 300 meters, it does not seem to have any real benefits for freedivers or ordinary divers.
The AAA replica watch has a seconds counter that runs at 9:00 (the hands will return to zero when the crown is pulled out) and a 12-hour totalizer at 3:00. Indeed, for racing applications such as yacht timing, the flyback complexity is more meaningful to some extent. The movement is deployed in options such as America’s Cup PAM 726 Edition, but for free diving, It is undoubtedly a bit weird, and in this case, a high-definition, simple watch such as the PAM 1389 shown in Nery’s “Traits” video may make more sense.