Panerai caliber P.6000
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The P.6000 calibre is a hand-wound movement with a power reserve of three days. It is said to be created by Panerai’s watchmaking Manufacture in Neuchâtel though more likely made by Valfleurier, and made to replace the Unitas 6497 movement used in the entry-level models. The calibre is 15½ lignes in diameter and beats at 21.600 bph. For the 'Base' models the small seconds is omited.