“When put side by side, the similarities in regard to design language and overall character of the Panerai Submersible and the Brabus Marine line of dayboats are obvious and striking. Both are made to be functional and stylish tools for life in the marine environment, and therefore this combination just makes sense,” said Constantin Buschmann, CEO, and owner of Brabus.
You do get a lot in return, for whatever exorbitant amount of money the watch costs. Exclusivity is a given, but you also get a patented polarized date display, GMT function, AM/PM indicator, and a three-day power reserve. Brabus is known for its style, although some of its creations are on the dodgy side. To add that Brabus feel, Panerai used signature Brabus colors like gunmetal grey, black, and red. The minute, hour, and second hands feature Brabus Red accents, while the Brabus brand emblems are located on the crown guard lever, watch strap, and case back.