PANERAI LUMINOR SUBMERSIBLE 1950 3-Day Automatic BRONZO PAM 671 Watch Open

Although Bronze seems to be the ## watchfam’s favorite subject in social media in 2016, the rise of the “modern bronze age” of Panerai Replica Watches can be traced back to earlier in 2011 to recognize a small but growing demand under the rugged diver. Casing Micro Community Bronze. Did their answer? The 1000 green-scale PAM 382 disappeared quickly and it is still one of the most memorable (and favorite) versions of this Italian watch manufacturer. Panerai seems to be hoping to replicate this success with the newly released Panerai Luminor submersible “1950 3-day automatic Bronzo PAM 671” (blue Bronzo). Blue Bronzo is the successor of a beautiful and valuable watch, which made bronze the focus of attention and ultimately helped Patina regain her success.

If you haven’t scored yet, 2017 is the year of the Panerai submersible, and we’ve seen at least 6 new special versions, each using a very different box material – from titanium and platinum to rose gold, to BMG-TECH was introduced on PAM 692. This is a suitable background for those who missed the Bronzo redemption six years ago and could also provide Cheap Panerai Replica Watches with a suitable opportunity.

The following is a basic knowledge of some non-bronze avatars. Part of the charm of bronze is that it will never appear twice in the same way. The pleasant, copper-colored CuSn8 bronze (copper and tin alloys) that we have treated under the lights of the show will soon oxidize and lose luster as the watch comes in contact with seawater or oxygen. This will eventually produce a flat dark brown appearance, which tends to change with the wearer’s wearing habits and environment. The oxidation process is a natural feature of bronze itself, which forms on the metal surface and protects the metal from corrosion under the metal.

Therefore, although this watch looks “ageing,” but patina is actually a basic shield. Its novelty is that its “uniqueness” is almost cliché. Nevertheless, this temptation is still undeniable, and is probably the main driver still driving the bronze trend itself. Diving with your watch, it will show more consistent features with the navigation device that inspired it. The sweat during exercise, the humidity in the tropics, etc. are all catalysts in the oxidation process – they can be reversed but cannot be completely eliminated.

For details, we admire the new Panerai Replica Design 1950 Diving 3-Day Automatic Bronzo PAM 671 is all glowing episodes with cream “years old” Super-LumiNova – minor mismatches on brushed bronze in the current pristine state, but Pairing, we think it will be quite amazing to wear after a few months. All the dial text, even the date window (using the blue date wheel!) – all use the same beige Pantone as the index, resulting in a greener super-light eye and grey text than the original Bronson. Tight visual effects.

When we talked about this topic, Fake Panerai Watches chose to bring the PAM 671 into the market with a blue dial that would probably be reminiscent of Oris’s Carl Brashear bronze, but can you really blame them? The blue and bronze look like people Marvel at the fact that this Panerai Luminor submerged 1950 three-day automatic Bronzo PAM 671 is no exception. In the bright light, its matte tone appears vibrant, but the indirect light is softer – this is also a dynamic contrast effect. Once the box starts to show a warmer brown tone, this effect should be very good. it is good.

The initial Bronzo had several key details, including a 47mm case size (it was a submersible after all), and the 9000 series automatic caliber made by Paneraio, visible under the sapphire window of the titanium caseback. However, this time, the PAM 671 received a caliber of 9010, a little thinner (only 1.9 mm) than the original PAM 382 caliber. Time is maintained, and the same 4Hz amplitude and generous 3-day energy reserve are expected. I believe that this new 9010 caliber lost 9000 bi-directional winding capabilities, but gained an independent adjustable-time advantage. For people who often travel, the practicality of the real world is a good choice.

The initial limitations of the PAM 382 and the relative scarcity of high-end bronze divers at the time may be the drivers of its demand. Although Panerai hopes to replicate the successful production of the same PAM 1000 runs for 671 years, it remains to be seen whether there are enough remaining novelty trends to push for similar demand for ultra-high-end bronze divers – especially when Panerai designed the 1950 dive The 3-day automatic Bronzo PAM 671 costs $14,400.