The Submersible collection attracts much more attention from the public with the classic gene of Panerai including the clear and powerful lines, iconic square case and so on. Submersible was not an independent collection of Panerai before which was originally belonging to the Luminor 1950.
From that we will know that there must be many more new models of Submersible to be launched later. In fact, till now Panerai has released several new watches to enrich the family of Submersible. The Panerai Submersible fake with brown dial has attracted lots of watch lovers by its unique material – bronze.
In fact, the bronze is not a new material in watchmaking industry, it has been used in manufacturing the watches long time ago. But in recent years, it becomes more and more popular. The advantage of the bronze material is that the watch will show a unique bronze color over time. The 47 mm Panerai copy watch will be a good choice for strong men. While the men with thin wrists will say that 47 mm is too huge for men. Now the watch brand also offers several news models with only 42 mm cases for them.
This year Panerai attaches much more importance to the diving watches. Remaining the consistent style of Panerai, these new robust fake watches are with military style and they will be best choices for strong men
The Panerai Luminor Submersible copy with black camouflage dial is durable and robust and the material of the dial is also the Carbotech. So what is the Carbotech ? In fact, It is actually a proprietary carbon composite that results in an uneven matte black appearance, producing a distinctive visual effect of Damascus steel or marble, meanwhile, Carbotech is more durable than most carbon fibers.
The military green elements add the strong style to the Panerai knockoff watch with Carbotech case and the green rubber strap reinforces it perfectly. By the way, it is a regret that the timepiece is limited to only 33 pieces.
In recent times, haute horology brands have been paring down on their offerings by producing simpler watches. Greubel Forsey, famous for its tourbillon watches, released the Signature 1 last year – a time-only, non-tourbillon watch that is the brand’s simplest yet. Likewise, Romain Gauthier fake watches announced its new time-only Insight Micro-Rotor watch earlier this year at Baselworld 2017. Like the Signature One, the Romain Gauthier Insight Micro-Rotor only tells the time. But even though it may look simple, the amount of work that goes into the Insight Micro-Rotor and its level of craftsmanship is still very high.
Let’s cover the basics first. The Insight Micro-Rotor is available in a red gold or platinum case, and with a white, blue, or black enamel dial. Each model is limited to just 10 pieces, which means that there will only be 60 Insight Micro-Rotor watches in total. The diameter of the case measures a very reasonable 39.5mm and thickness is 12.9mm. On the wrist, the Insight Micro-Rotor wears a tad larger than what its dimensions would suggest. This is likely due to the slightly long lugs.
The case has alternate finishes. The bezel and case sides are mirror polished while the tops of the lugs are satin finished. The crown is positioned at 2 o’clock and is a little hard to operate because it is so thin and hard to grip. Water resistance is 50m, which is commendable given that most haute horology watches usually come with pitiful water resistance. At 50m, this means you can wash your hands comfortably without worrying about a little water getting on the watch.
The magic, however, is all on the dial. The name Insight comes from Gauthier’s desire to give owners full view of the mechanics and finishing of the copy watches for men. He has certainly succeeded. At 12 o’clock, you have a large enamel dial and skeletonized hands that show the hours and minutes. Just below it, you have a smaller enamel dial that shows the running seconds. The dials overlap slightly, but legibility is never an issue. One thing that I would like to point out, however, is that the hour and minute dial has Roman numerals for the hour makers, whereas the sub seconds dial uses Arabic numerals to mark out every five seconds. This inconsistency might irk some readers, but at least the dial is expertly printed and the numerals, even under a macro camera lens, are razor sharp.
Right below the subsidiary seconds is the balance wheel, which is held in place by an attractively shaped balance bridge. The balance uses eccentric weights for adjustments and the balance bridge is incredibly finished with sharply beveled edges. Note also the screws that hold it in place. The Romain Gauthier Insight Micro-Rotor uses these unique screws with “S” shaped grooves, which is a clear sign of the lengths that Gauthier goes to ensure that his movements are one-of-a-kind and inimitable. It also means that servicing in the future will likely have to go through Romain Gauthier as I don’t think third-party watchmakers will have the appropriate tools to remove the screws.