Panerai Luminor Submersible PAM 371
by Kyle Stults on February 07, 2011
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This Luminor Submersible (PAM 371) is another favorite of mine from the 2011 Panerai lineup.  It will be available for purchase later this year for price of $11,600.  While the price seems a bit high, it is comparable to other exciting new Panerai models such as the PAM 382 “Bronze” (which can be had for a slightly lower price), and I think that the PAM 371 is a solid choice if you are looking for a more contemporary Panerai dive watch.  The PAM 371 features a 47mm brushed titanium case, an automatic-wind movement (the Panerai P.9001),  and the requisite dive-watch functions such as a unidirectional rotating bezel, luminous bezel dot, rubber strap, and 300 meter water resistance.  For my tastes, I really like matte-blue dial color against the titanium case — it looks great and would perfectly fit my daily desk-diving activities.

Panerai Luminor Submersible PAM 371

Photo: Martin Wilmsen

As seen above and immediately below, the PAM 371’s aesthetic is nicely captured by noted Panerai photographer Martin Wilmsen (brought to my attention by my watch friend Frank Geelen/Monochrome) with his Nikon D700+Nikkor 105mm — you can see a many more great PAM pics if you click through to his Panerai Wristwatch Blog.

Photo: Martin Wilmsen


Photos: Panerai


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