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In 1956 the Egyptian Navy commissioned a watch from Panerai that would become known as L'Egiziano. Its formidably strong 60mm case featured a novel rotating bezel with four studs to indicate immersion times - capable of withstanding depths of up to 200 me

In 1956 the Egyptian Navy commissioned a watch from Panerai that would become known as L'Egiziano. Its formidably strong 60mm case featured a novel rotating bezel with four studs to indicate immersion times - capable of withstanding depths of up to 200 metres - and an impressive eight-day power reserve. This 2009 titanium model honours its predecessor.

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