Although PAM 382 was an outstanding representative of diving watches which Panerai published in 2011, it was likely that PAM 371 was a more informed choice for those people who searched for perfect diving watch.
First PAM 371 adopted the special Titanium case, although could get scratched easily, but it was much lighter than the PAM 382, which featured Bronze case.
Second, PAM 371 equipped with P.9001, which was entirely developed by Panerai, this movement was self-winding and had GMT function.
Third, the dial had luminous coating, like other diving watches in Luminor series, PAM 371 had an unidirectional rotating bezel with 15-minute scales engraved on, to measure the diving time and beat per minute.
Specifications of PAM 371 Panerai Luminor 1950 3 Days Submersible
Movement: P.9001 self-winding movement, 31.02mm in diameter, 7.9mm thick, 29 jewels, 28,800 alternations per hour.
Functions: Hours, minutes, small seconds, date, gmt.
Power Reserve: 72 hours
Dial Color: Blue
Water Resistance: 300m
Strap: PANERAI personalised rubber strap, coupled with large brushed Titanium buckle.
Crystal: Sapphire, anti-reflective, 2.9mm thick.
Case Back: See-through sapphire crystal.