Luminor 1950 Pangaea Depth Gauge Titanio

This PANERAI PAM 307, built in honour of Mike Horn's Pangaea expedition, is a professional timepiece for all enthusiastic deep-sea divers. Those wishing to discover the exclusive detail of this men's watch should know its built-in depth gauge makes it a real rarity. In addition, its fluorescent Arabic numerals and hour markers are made with rare tritium, allowing the time to be read even in the dark.

If you have the PANERAI Luminor 1950 Pangaea Depth Gauge Titanio PAM 307 on your wrist, you can anticipate a power reserve of 42 hours, provided by its automatic mechanical movement. There is Côtes de Genève decoration on the bridges, and a PANERAI personalised oscillating weight. The movement has a C.O.S.C. certificate and the electronic depth gauge has a METAS certificate.

PAM 307 for deep-sea divers

Hours, minutes and seconds are displayed on the PANERAI PAM307 in the usual manner, and in addition, the case incorporates a depth gauge. This indicates both diving depth, and the maximum depth reached during the last dive, via a clear depth display on the outer ring of the dial. Because this is an electronic display, PANERAI recommend the depth gauge battery should be replaced before every diving holiday.

The blue planet

This sports watch measures 47 millimetres, and both its case and depth gauge function button are fashioned from brushed titanium. A rubber strap of suitable size is included, plus PANERAI include an extra strap to be worn over your wetsuit. The screw-down caseback is engraved with the Pangaea Expedition logo.

For globetrotters and seafarers

The dial with its fluorescent tritium numerals and hour markers, is immersed in a refined blue, with a depth scale located on its outer ring. Its 3mm thick corundum sapphire crystal is anti-reflective on both sides, and contributes significantly to the water-resistance rating of 120 meters, which corresponds to a pressure of 12 bar. A tool for changing straps is also included.