Swiss Replica Watches – Made of Which Kind of Material?

Posted by Arnold - November 19th, 2015

11In the last century, the RADO pioneered to use the ceramic as the watch material, this Zirconia crystal having dealt with vitreous processing has super surface hardness and better toughness of the material, which in the interpretation of jewelry properties of the watches at the same time, laid a big direction of the watch consumption. Hublot watch in addition to pioneered the use of the rubber strap, and also the first watch brand that took the lead in the fusion of the ceramic with various materials. The art of this fusion makes the hublot replica watches integrate with traditional materials and the future material, and makes the Hublot watch have the incomparable uniqueness. The use of ceramic on watches is gradually inclined to high end. The original ceramic is built on the metal frame, nowadays, mono cock, namely monomer molding ceramics has been used in high-end watches, and already from using ceramic to manufacture a single part to one-piece case.

Audemars Piguet Royal oak concept watch is original “research-based watch” with complex function including the tourbillon, Dynamic tracing meter and power storage display. The watch bezel of this watch is made from titanium alloys, and watchcase uses the Super alloy Alacrite 602 (also called Tungsten chromium cobalt alloy), it is the most seen solid material at present, which needs using special tools and processes to develop during its production. 500 meters of waterproof can resist acceleration and vibration conditions. Audemars Piguet Royal oak concept watch is configured with intuitive processing system, and it can start to operate when you press the button near the near the crown.

No matter what you are to buy cartier replica watches, just choose the one making with your favorite material, ceramic, gold, TANTALUM, ROSE GOLD, STAINLESS STEEL, Composite etc. every material has its own collection value, so just make your choice on the right one!

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