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)
P.999 (manual-winding, 60-hour power reserve)
P.3000 (manual-winding, 16½ lignes, three-day power reserve)
P.9100 (automatic, flyback chronograph), P.9100/R, P.5000 (manual-winding, 15½ lignes, eightday power reserve)
P.4000 (off-centre rotor, three-day power reserve)
P.1000 (manual-winding, threeday power reserve), P.2003/10 (skeletonised).
P.4001 (off-centre rotor, GMT), P.4002 (off-centre rotor, GMT)