SLYTECH, the history behind the name ...

SLYTECH, the history behind the name ...

J-F.
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June 1st, 2012, 5:04 pm #1

In 1995 the actor Sylvester Stallone discovered Panerai watches by chance and became a great fan of them.

He owned several pieces and asked Panerai to prepare, in a limited series a special watch to be used in underwater shots for the movie " DAYLIGHT ", filmed in Italy at Cinecittà, and sugested that this model be named Luminor Submersible.

Then he offered himself as testimonial for the production, in a limited and numbered series, of this watch and of new models, optimized for daylight, named Luminor Daylight, besides as well as for a reissue of the Mare Nostrum model.

On the back of all these watches is Stallone's signature, and on the dial the words Slytech Panerai

2005 was the year of a new collaboration between Sylvester Stallone and Panerai with the launch of two new models Luminor Submersible Chrono 1000M – Slytech. Part of the wholesale price of each watch sold was paid as a royalty to the actor and then donated to a charity of his choice.




And if someone want to chime in with Slytech pictures

Here are the 2005, Pam 202 & 225 .....

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Asimut
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June 2nd, 2012, 6:29 am #2

Posts the pic of Sly's personal one, 18K solid. We're missing the pic,,,,

And it better be a closer shot than this one





Cheers and best from the holyland,

~Asi~



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mmomar
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July 12th, 2012, 1:10 am #3

In 1995 the actor Sylvester Stallone discovered Panerai watches by chance and became a great fan of them.

He owned several pieces and asked Panerai to prepare, in a limited series a special watch to be used in underwater shots for the movie " DAYLIGHT ", filmed in Italy at Cinecittà, and sugested that this model be named Luminor Submersible.

Then he offered himself as testimonial for the production, in a limited and numbered series, of this watch and of new models, optimized for daylight, named Luminor Daylight, besides as well as for a reissue of the Mare Nostrum model.

On the back of all these watches is Stallone's signature, and on the dial the words Slytech Panerai

2005 was the year of a new collaboration between Sylvester Stallone and Panerai with the launch of two new models Luminor Submersible Chrono 1000M – Slytech. Part of the wholesale price of each watch sold was paid as a royalty to the actor and then donated to a charity of his choice.




And if someone want to chime in with Slytech pictures

Here are the 2005, Pam 202 & 225 .....










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snoballz
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July 13th, 2012, 8:34 pm #4

In 1995 the actor Sylvester Stallone discovered Panerai watches by chance and became a great fan of them.

He owned several pieces and asked Panerai to prepare, in a limited series a special watch to be used in underwater shots for the movie " DAYLIGHT ", filmed in Italy at Cinecittà, and sugested that this model be named Luminor Submersible.

Then he offered himself as testimonial for the production, in a limited and numbered series, of this watch and of new models, optimized for daylight, named Luminor Daylight, besides as well as for a reissue of the Mare Nostrum model.

On the back of all these watches is Stallone's signature, and on the dial the words Slytech Panerai

2005 was the year of a new collaboration between Sylvester Stallone and Panerai with the launch of two new models Luminor Submersible Chrono 1000M – Slytech. Part of the wholesale price of each watch sold was paid as a royalty to the actor and then donated to a charity of his choice.




And if someone want to chime in with Slytech pictures

Here are the 2005, Pam 202 & 225 .....

what are the chances OP would do something similar if they were approached by another famous actor? With the Slytech came their renaissance, right? I doubt they would ever do it again albeit they did produce limited editions for a group (p.com)... twice.



-luke

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FrankV1
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July 15th, 2012, 4:21 pm #5

In 1995 the actor Sylvester Stallone discovered Panerai watches by chance and became a great fan of them.

He owned several pieces and asked Panerai to prepare, in a limited series a special watch to be used in underwater shots for the movie " DAYLIGHT ", filmed in Italy at Cinecittà, and sugested that this model be named Luminor Submersible.

Then he offered himself as testimonial for the production, in a limited and numbered series, of this watch and of new models, optimized for daylight, named Luminor Daylight, besides as well as for a reissue of the Mare Nostrum model.

On the back of all these watches is Stallone's signature, and on the dial the words Slytech Panerai

2005 was the year of a new collaboration between Sylvester Stallone and Panerai with the launch of two new models Luminor Submersible Chrono 1000M – Slytech. Part of the wholesale price of each watch sold was paid as a royalty to the actor and then donated to a charity of his choice.




And if someone want to chime in with Slytech pictures

Here are the 2005, Pam 202 & 225 .....



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Cr4ig
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July 17th, 2012, 5:41 pm #6

In 1995 the actor Sylvester Stallone discovered Panerai watches by chance and became a great fan of them.

He owned several pieces and asked Panerai to prepare, in a limited series a special watch to be used in underwater shots for the movie " DAYLIGHT ", filmed in Italy at Cinecittà, and sugested that this model be named Luminor Submersible.

Then he offered himself as testimonial for the production, in a limited and numbered series, of this watch and of new models, optimized for daylight, named Luminor Daylight, besides as well as for a reissue of the Mare Nostrum model.

On the back of all these watches is Stallone's signature, and on the dial the words Slytech Panerai

2005 was the year of a new collaboration between Sylvester Stallone and Panerai with the launch of two new models Luminor Submersible Chrono 1000M – Slytech. Part of the wholesale price of each watch sold was paid as a royalty to the actor and then donated to a charity of his choice.




And if someone want to chime in with Slytech pictures

Here are the 2005, Pam 202 & 225 .....

These are a few of my grails. Had one at one point but let it go because the condition was not what I wanted.

Big Sly fan here

-Craig F
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