2001 Panerai Global Limited Chronometer 2001

Manufactured around 2001, limited number D1296 / 1500, stainless steel case, 400 / Z movement, case diameter 40 mm.
Estimated Price: 30,000-50,000 HKD
Commission price included: 40,000 HKD
    At the time when Panerai just came out, the domestic watch industry was really crazy. At the Panerai store in Hang Lung Plaza in Shanghai, everyone was queuing up to get 183 models. Later Panerai was jokingly called The most expensive ETA 6497 in the world. At that time, I joked with my friends that if Panerai was to continue to succeed, its product line must have breakthroughs, otherwise it would have to be stopped sooner or later. As a result, Panerai really exerted its power. Whether it is a limited edition of one year or many self-produced movements in the later period, Panerai really has a ‘shock’.
    This is a limited edition of Panerai’s global model in 2001. Only 1500 are available. It uses a self-winding chronograph movement. At that time, Panerai had not fully invested in its self-produced movement, so let’s enjoy an improved version of the limited core. Of course, now the price of ordinary Panerai is becoming more and more rational, and the price of such a watch at the end of 40,000 Hong Kong dollars has gone crazy.
    For many watch additional functions, timekeeping is the closest representative of the function of the watch itself. Because from the perspective of its mission, clocks are used to display time, and recording time is a link that is closest to the important function of the watch itself. The chronograph movement uses a chronograph structure based on a cylindrical wheel system. Of course, since major manufacturers specializing in the development of movements such as FP and ETA have introduced simple chronograph movement structures 1185 and 7750, many small manufacturers These cores can be purchased and then modified and used on their own chronograph.
    For modern chronograph technology, such as single-button, flyback, double-tracing hands, etc. are all derived from the basic chronograph movement. Among them, the double chasing hand technology is relatively the most complicated. It realizes the function of iterative timing of two periods by two overlapping central chronograph seconds hands. On the basis of this, Lange has developed a 30-minute cumulative chronograph dial with the same double-track function, which once again pushes the complexity of timing to a higher level.