Brabus And Panerai Collaborate To Create $56,000 Watch Inspired By A Super Boat

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Just 200 examples of the Submersible S Brabus Verde Militare Edition will be produced.

Renowned Mercedes-Benz tuner Brabus has partnered with watchmaker Panerai to launch the new Submersible S Brabus Verde Militare Edition timepiece.

The elegant wristwatch is the latest in a long line of Brabus-inspired pieces and boasts several features that will drive horologists into a frenzy. Like Brabus-fettled vehicles, the Verde Militare Edition bristles with beautiful details. The 1,85-inch case is fashioned out of DMLS titanium and boasts a Carbontech bezel.

The subtle grey face and casing are enlivened by green detailing, seen on the hands, the bezel, and the hour markers. Other nifty features include a GMT function, a three-day power reserve, and a patented polarizing date display.


Interestingly, this particular watch wasn't inspired by a Brabus-fettled Mercedes G-Class or similar. Instead, it was created in honor of the Brabus Shadow 900 Stealth Green Signature Edition, a super boat capable of reaching 69 mph thanks to a pair of V8 engines and 900 horsepower.

In keeping with this nautical theme, prospective owners will be pleased to know the watch is water-resistant to approximately 984 feet. Not many would be willing to test out these capabilities, though.

Lastly, the Verde Militare Edition comes with two straps to suit your mood. One is a black version featuring calf leather with a rubber base (for more sophisticated events) and a military green rubber strap for adventuring.


With just 200 examples slated for production, it would be safe to assume the Panerai Submersible S Brabus Verde Militare Edition comes at a price. At £45,500 (approx. $56,240 at the time of writing), this timepiece is pricier than an entry-level Mercedes-Benz E-Class.

Then again, for the people that can afford it, this is merely pocket change, and we have no doubts all 200 pieces will sell out in record time. Brabus isn't the only automotive company to enter the world of watches, with Porsche releasing several wristwatches over the past year. The latest pays tribute to the GP Ice Race in Zell Am See, and not too long ago, the automaker released a limited batch of timepieces to commemorate the launch of the 911 Dakar.

While expensive, they don't come close to the Panerai/Brabus watch seen here, in terms of cost, at least.


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