The new Panerai Luminor Marina PAM1662 combines high-tech functionality with a stealthy yet sporty profile. Its case mixes two cutting-edge materials, DMLS Titanium e Carbotech™. Lightweight and durable, the DMLS Titanium is produced by Direct Metal Laser Sintering, a 3D printing technology that involves layer-by-layer sedimentation of metal powder. Basically, a laser is used to partially fuse the particles so that they stick together. In general, additive manufacturing is used by watchmakers for modeling and prototyping. The mass production of watch cases is certainly unusual. The technique allows you to create precise and complex shapes without tools and further reduce the weight of the case.

The bezel, crown and its safety lever are in Carbotech™, the high-tech carbon composite of Panerai well known by fans of the brand since 2015. The caseback is titanium with coating DLC. The water resistance is 30 ATM or 300 m.

The dark case of the Panerai Luminor Marina DMLS is paired with an unpolished monochrome gray sandwich dial with indexes and hands in Super-LumiNova Tone on tone. The watch is powered by the proven caliber P.9010, a large 37.80 mm automatic movement that displays the hours, minutes, small seconds and date. It beats at 28.800 vibrations per hour and is equipped with two barrels that can hold three days of power reserve when fully charged.

Il Panerai Luminor Marina PAM1662 comes with a strap Panerai Sportech  black with gray stitching and pin buckle. The watch is delivered with a spare black rubber strap. The price is set in EURO 15.000.