Panerai PAM 389 Luminor Submersible Amagnetic (Watch Wednesday)

Oh my. The Panerai PAM 389 Luminor Submersible Amagnetic isn’t quite here yet, but will making its official debut in 2013 at the SIHH show in Geneva. The highly conservative brand is branching out with their most robust line, featuring a matte black bezel border surronded by matte steel, an unusual move for Panerai, but this is the Brooklyn Decker walking out of the ocean in slow mo of watches. 47mm brushed titanium case (300m water resistance), automatic mechanical manufacture Panerai P.9000 calibre (power reserve 3 days, two barrels), comes on a Panerai rubber strap and large-size brushed titanium buckle, a second interchangeable strap and tools are also included. Available in 2013 Price: Prollynot. Brah.

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