Panerai Submersible Forze Speciali Experience

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If you’re the type of guy who thinks modern-day field watches are too focused on all-inclusive design instead of leaning deep into a hard military aesthetic, then Panerai’s Submersible Forze Speciali Experience is the answer to your (and many like-minded watch collectors’) wishes. This tank of a tool already has Panerai’s brand-specific brawn, from the fully-covered crown to the bloated square shape of the 47mm case. The dial face looks like the control panel of a submarine, while the color scheme is an undeniable military green, not to mention that camo strap.

Fully living up to its strongman look, the titanium case is durable but light, made even more durable thanks to the DLC coating—which also gives it an appropriate gunmetal-like color and texture. It runs on a high-frequency 37-jewel automatic that’s effectively anti-shock and has a three-day power reserve. And since this is Panerai, the luminous markers are legible even in pitch black conditions.

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