As a material, does bronze have an imposing history playing an essential role especially from around 3300 till 600 BC. During this period, which is even named the Bronze age, was the alloy made from combining tin with copper.
Today these are still the main ingredients although in watchmaking, often alluminium is added as well. 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. As the material is very resistant to corrosion from seawater, it has also played a particularly important role in maritime history.
Panerai Luminor Submersible 1950 3 Days Automatic Bronzo
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 Submersible collection. The bronze gives these watches a unique appearance.
When they are new, they have a warm and rich gold tone, but as it ages and is exposed to the elements, the bronze takes on a patina. This form of oxidation creates a thin layer that protects the metal below from further corrosion. The way that this process happens is unique with each Fake Panerai Watch, which makes the material very interesting for watch connoisseurs and explains why it is currently quite popular.