The Panerai PAM 233 was first introduced in 2006 - it was the first Panerai with in-house movement. In 2008 the 'dot dial' (second pic) was replaced by the AM-PM dial as pictured.
|Material: ||Stainless steel|
|Diameter: ||44.00 mm|
|Lug Width: ||24.00 mm|
|W/R: ||100.00 m|
The P.2002 hand-wound calibre is the progenitor of the P.2000 series and it takes its name from the year in which the project was launched to supply Panerai watches with movements entirely designed and developed at the Manufacture in Neuchâtel.
The P.2002 calibre consists of 247 components; it has 21 jewels and a thickness of 6.6 millimetres. Hand-wound and with a power reserve of 8 days with linear indicator on the dial, it has the characteristics peculiar to all the calibres of the P.2000 series: great structural strength; three spring barrels; GMT function with 24-hour indicator; seconds reset device; rapid adjustment of local time; free-sprung balance; balance wheel oscillating at 28,800 alternations per hour (a frequency which is unusual in a movement with a large power reserve).
|Time:||Additional 24 Hour Hand (fixed), Hours, Minutes, Small Seconds|
|Additionals:||Power Reserve Indicator|