Panerai Luminor Submersible 1950 BMG-TECH 3-Day Automatic PAM 692 Watch

This may be a rare watch nerd (which happens to be also a material science weirdo) who will be able to fully understand why Cheap Panerai Replica Watches decided it is a good idea to pay attention to the “BMG-TECH” design of the diving that tells you about the case material. Panerai’s own value of PAM 692 (debuted on aBlogtoWatch) is called “invisible innovation.” “In a sense, this is a good thing for the attractiveness of large metallic glass.” Panerai Luminor 1950 BMG-TECH – What is hidden in the 3-day automatic PAM 692, suggesting the future Materials will be used more and more for watches.

For example, the popularity of ceramics suggests that watchmaking companies do need to go beyond traditional metals. The decision to use non-metallic enclosure materials is not only for fashion and fashion, but is often related to the actual value of the consumer. When we talk about ceramics, it’s really a material that allows you to have a white shell forever. It also allows for high levels of scratch resistance and resistance to various chemicals.

Panerai Replica Watches likes to experiment with new casing materials on a regular basis – so the fact that they make products from large pieces of metallic glass is not particularly novel. Having said that, if it turns out that BMG-TECH’s production costs are low and welcomed by customers, I think it has great potential. In short, a bulk metallic glass is a metal alloy of an amorphous structure relative to a crystalline structure. This reduces the defects on the surface of the base material and brings many benefits to the consumer.

Compared with traditional stainless steel, bulk metallic glass is 2-3 times stronger than conventional stainless steel, with stronger scratch resistance, lighter weight, stronger rigidity and stronger corrosion resistance. I think the appeal of brands like Fake Panerai Watches (in addition to hoping to bring new value to consumers) is that they have materials that make it easier for them to make better products. I am not an expert, but my understanding is that alloys like large pieces of metallic glass can create an attractive appearance in fewer steps or in simpler steps because there are fewer defects in the material. If this is true, watchmakers will prefer it because it makes it easier for them to create the ideal polished case and it can be polished more easily if they need to be repaired. Of course, this helps consumers enjoy extra durability.

Unlike steel, large pieces of metallic glass contain more zirconium (which is why it has “glass” in its name), and it happens to be non-ferrous (not magnetic). Swiss Panerai Watches says their special bulk metallic glass alloys are composed of zirconium, copper, aluminum, titanium and nickel. Importantly, BMG-TECH looks a lot like steel and can be decorated like steel – but it is not steel. Unfortunately, other alternative metal materials don’t look like metals – even if they are favored by consumers and benefit the manufacturing industry. Bulk metallic glass is essentially a metal alloy, so it can be polished like metal and hard as metal, because it will never break up (possibly ceramic) on a hard surface. Therefore, our goal is to find a material that has the same aesthetic appeal as metal, but is easier to make into a fine finished product and provides consumers with significant durability benefits.

Other brands use different types of alloys, such as watch cases. I remember that Audemars Piguet sometimes used a material they called “Cermet” (ceramic metal) to make a frame, or as a whole casing material. The advantages of cermet are similar to those of BMG-TECH. It is as hard as ceramic but has a metallic appearance. Cermet is slightly darker in color, so I think the bulk metallic glass may be a different formula for the Panele PAM 692. The outer casing is titanium, which is also the most detailed part of the outer casing. My instinct tells me that although large metallic glass is a compelling material, it is more difficult to process (and therefore more expensive) than most metals.

If large pieces of metallic glass do prove to be easy to industrialize and sensible, then I think consumers will benefit from a material that is easier to maintain and looks longer. Although the visual design and mechanical motion technology of watches seem to have evolved during the Glacier period, the watch industry has always adapted to the interesting materials and colors of their products. More importantly, if new materials are more effective than old materials, they can easily adopt new materials. For example, the transition from acrylic crystals to sapphire crystals (which is a big deal), or from aluminum to ceramics on some clocks. The adoption of these materials (for the watch industry) occurs very quickly. Therefore, in the case of material technology innovation – if all aspects are economical – it is likely to be adopted by the brand.

Let’s go back to the 1950 Luminor submersible BMG-TECH fully automatic 3-day PAM 692, which is a fully capable but unobtrusive Panerai Replica, you may never know what it is different if someone does not advance Tell you. Our team’s David took a photo of the watch. I remember that in the busy environment of SIHH 2017, I didn’t think much after I finished the watch. This is not a bad thing, it does not provide much benefit compared to the standard Luminor submersible of existing users.

In summary, this is one of the most “big personality” I have seen recently, but it has an elegant and retro style. In addition to the hand, I feel a bit short, this is a very attractive and useful basic watch, just different Panele products, feels unusual. This watch also happens to be a true dive watch, considering the brand’s core history and purpose, this watch makes people feel more real.

The bulk metallic glass case is 47 mm wide – yes, it is very large to wear (but very comfortable). To the best of our knowledge, the housing dimensions are the same as those of the other Luminor submersible 1950 models. Inside the 300m waterproof enclosure is the internally manufactured Panerai P.9000 automatic mobile, 3-day power reserve. In terms of style, the color of the dial is a shade of blue, including a blue dial with different shades, and a light blue dial with a steel element.

Attached to the Luminor submersible 1950 BMG-TECH is a simple black rubber diving belt. If you don’t have a better understanding, you will almost think that Panerai wants to explain carefully why it uses this particular type of case material. The Panerai website itself has indeed discussed large pieces of metallic glass in a technical way, but their views on the question of why consumers might choose this material are a bit untenable. More importantly, PAM 692 is not part of a limited edition, so this means that Panerai has reason to be curious about the performance of this material in the market and is open to expanding production. Panerai Luminor Submersible 1950 BMG-TECH – The price of the 3-day fully automatic PAM 692 is $10,200.