Panerai Professional Depth Gauge Watch

Luminor 1950 Su bmersible Depth Gauge Limited Edition
Luminor 1950 Su bmersible Depth Gauge Limited Edition
Panerai (Panerai) deep into the Chinese Gobi Desert Luminor 1950 Su bmersible Depth Gauge professional diving depth gauge watch limited edition
South African-American explorer Mike Horn is the first Arktos expedition to circle the 20,000 kilometers in the Arctic Circle, and completed a ‘Latitude Zero’ expedition to travel around the world in 17 months without any mechanical assistance. Today, he launched the ‘Pangaea’ global adventure environmental protection activity, leading a group of 15 to 20-year-old young explorers from all over the world to travel around the world in four years to investigate the global natural environment. From August 22 to September 7 this year, he led 12 young explorers to explore and inspect the Gobi Desert in China.
On the journey, he will never leave is Panerai Luminor 1950 Submersible Depth Gauge, which accompanied him to refresh human history in 2006, and for the first time in the Arctic winter pole without using sled dogs or powered vehicles. Reached the North Pole at night; and in 2007 climbed two Nepalese peaks over 8,000 meters without the aid of additional oxygen.
Key Point: Panerai, known as the official supplier of precision equipment for the Italian Navy in the 1930s, this time launching the Luminor 1950 Submersible submersible depth measurement watch is an automatic on the water suitable for underwater use. Chain watch with astronomical certificate issued by the Swiss Official Observatory (COSC.). The watch is equipped with a depth gauge, whose measurement accuracy has been individually tested and certified by the official accreditation body METAS (National Surveying Authority in Bern, Switzerland). Water-resistant to 120 meters, and can record the maximum depth during diving. Made of highly resistant and lightweight non-allergenic metal titanium, limited to 600 pieces.