Despite Bronze seems #watchfam’s favorite subject in social media in 2016, the rise of the “Modern Bronze Age” Panerai watches can be traced back to earlier 2011 to recognize a small but growing demand under rugged divers The micro-community bronze medal of the casing. Their answer? A thousand 382 years of green-dialed PAM, disappearing quickly, is still the most memorable special edition (collection) of Italian watch shops. Cheap Panerai Replica Watches seems to want to copy, succeed with the newly announced Panerai Design Diving 1950 3-Day Auto Bronzo PAM 671, or “Blue Bronzo” – a beautiful and valuable heir’s watch to bring bronze luxury The spotlight eventually made the patina great.
If you don’t score, SIHH 2017 dives in Panerai, where we see no less than 6 new special editions, each using a distinct use case material – introduced from titanium and platinum-infused rose gold BMG-TECH PAM 692. This is an appropriate background for Grant’s redeemed people in Bloomzo who missed the Panerai Replica Watches and the right time six years ago, and the bronze diver’s floods still showed no signs of abating.
Some basic non-bronzeheads. Part of the charm of bronze is that it never looks twice the same way. Cheerful, auburn CuSn8 bronze (copper and tin alloy) we treat under the illumination will soon oxidize and lose tarness more contact with seawater or oxygen. This final yield is flat, and the dark brown appearance often depends on the wearer’s wearing habits and environment. The oxidation process is a natural copper feature that is formed on the metal surface to protect the underlying metal from corrosion.
Therefore, although the patina watch looks “old”, it is actually an elemental shield, and its novel “exclusive wearer” is almost a cliché. It is said that charm is still undeniable, and the main driving force is still exacerbating the bronze trend itself. Diving, your watch, will showcase features that are more inline with nautical equipment that inspires its casing. The sweat from the movement, the humidity from the tropics, etc. are all catalysts in the oxidation process – can be reversed, but never completely erased.
A detail, we appreciate the new Fake Panerai Watches design 1950 dive 3 days automatic Bronzo PAM 671 is all glowing plot with cream “Year” Super-LumiNova – a slight mismatch on the brush bronze in the current original state, but Pairing, we think it will be quite amazing to wear after several months. All the text of the dial, even the date window (it uses a blue date wheel!) – utilizes the same beige Pantone color card indicator, the proceeds are more cohesive visual than the original Bronzo uses green SuperLuminova and gray text.
When we were on this issue, Panerai’s choice would be the PAM 671 market blue dial is likely to invite Carl Brashear bronze from the mouth, but can you really blame them? Blue and bronze look amazing together, This Panerai Replica design 1950 dive 3 days automatic Bronzo PAM 671 is no exception. Its matte hue hot springs live in bright display lights, but the softer gaze from indirect light – once again, a dynamic contrast effect, should be good to start developing some warm brown tones.
Several key details persisted from the original Bronzo – including the 47mm case dimension (after all this is a submersible) and the 9000-series automatic caliber Panerai-manufactured caseback under the titanium sapphire window. This time, the PAM 671 got a 9010 caliber, which was a slightly thinner (only 1.9 mm) movement with three gems over 9000 caliber found in the original PAM in 382. Timekeeping-wise, the same 4 Hz amplitude and generous 3 day power reserve can be expected. I believe this new 9010 caliber lost 9000 years of bi-directional bending capability, but benefited an hour hand with an independently adjustable case. Not a bad trade-off when real practicability requires frequent travelers.
The height is limited to 382 years of natural original PAM, while the relatively scarce high-end bronze divers at the time may be exactly what they need. Although Swiss Panerai Watches hopes to replicate the same production run of 671 years of PAM 1000 pieces, is there still enough surplus novelty to push similar demand for ultra-high-end bronze divers remains to be seen – especially when Panerai designed the 1950 dive The 3-day automatic Bronzo PAM 671 is priced at $14,400.