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Each watch in Carbotech is practically a unique piece for the random patterns on the case; but Panerai has not forgotten steel in this Submersible fest.
Once again, the global editors of Revolution weigh in on the best timepieces of the year, as well as the personalities that shaped the watch industry.
2018 will surely be remembered as a milestone year for Panerai, not only for the timepieces that the maison released this year but also, and most notably, for the retirement of the man and genius who brought Panerai to where it is today: Angelo Bonati.