As a material, does bronze have an imposing history playing an essential role especially from around 3300 till 600 BC. The advantage of bronze is that it is very malleable and also less brittle than, for example, cast iron, so perfect for making a great variety of different objects.
Panerai Luminor Submersible 1950 3 Days Automatic Bronzo
Swiss Panerai Replica started in 2011 with adding bronze cased watches to their collection. The brand has a close relationship with the sea, and this is especially evident in the Copy Submersible collection. The bronze gives these watches a unique appearance.
The bronze-cased pilot watches of IWC
This is probably also why Fake IWC opted to use bronze as a case material for a range of Pilot’s Watch Spitfires. The material offers little added advantage for a pilot’s watch, as it does for a diver, but it looks so good. As green is the predominant color that the patina will take on, IWC selected green dials. This gives the Pilot’s replica watches a completely new look, while their recognizability is maintained. It is also a testimony to the position that bronze has achieved within the watch industry.
There are plenty of top-tier timepiece brands that have at least one diving replica watchin their collection. However, there are some watchmakers that also make deep dive watches that can withstand extreme pressures. Granted, dive watches are able to go deeper than humans can ever go and deep-diving watches have depth ratings that can only be described as absurd.
Omega Seamaster PloProf 1200M
Omega Seamaster Replica sports a distinctly shaped case measuring a mammoth 55 x 48mm. The winding crown is on the left-hand side of the case while a pusher on the top right serves to unlock the bi-directional bezel. As its name suggests, the PloProf 1200M is rated to 1,200 meters. This particular version brings together a titanium case and bracelet with a blue dial and bezel, and benefits from Omega Replica 18k Sedna Gold accents throughout.
Rolex Sea-Dweller Deepsea
Measuring 44mm in diameter, the Copy Rolex Deepsea is water-resistant to a depth of 3,900 meters—that just shy of 2.5 miles and 100 times beyond the depth any person could survive. At the heart of the stainless steel case is Rolex’s Ring Lock System, which combines a nitrogen-alloyed steel central ring, a titanium caseback, and a 5mm thick domed sapphire crystal.