MOVE­MENTS CAL­EN­DAR

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F2005 2007 2008

rom the mo­ment Pan­erai de­cided it had to be a man­u­fac­ture that de­vel­oped, de­signed, and made its own move­ments, it has pur­sued this course with the de­ci­sive­ness and pace of a blitzkrieg, creat­ing an as­ton­ish­ing range of move­ments in a very short time. First in-house move­ment, the P.2002 (man­ual-wind­ing, eight-day power re­serve) P.2003 (au­to­matic, 10-day power re­serve), P.2004 (chronograph), P.2005 (tour­bil­lon) P.9000 (au­to­matic, three-day power re­serve), P.2006 (rattrapante)

2010

P.999 (man­ual-wind­ing, 60-hour power re­serve)

2011

P.3000 (man­ual-wind­ing, 16½ lignes, three-day power re­serve)

2013

P.9100 (au­to­matic, fly­back chronograph), P.9100/R, P.5000 (man­ual-wind­ing, 15½ lignes, eight­day power re­serve)

2014

P.4000 (off-cen­tre ro­tor, three-day power re­serve)

2015

P.1000 (man­ual-wind­ing, three­day power re­serve), P.2003/10 (skele­tonised).

2016

P.4001 (off-cen­tre ro­tor, GMT), P.4002 (off-cen­tre ro­tor, GMT)

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