The best bronze watch factory for OEM

The best bronze watch factory for OEM

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A watch’s case is the most important component that can make or break its durability. Tool watch cases have almost always been made of steel, titanium, and occasionally precious metals (in some less bona fide examples), but now there’s a new kid in town, bronze. With its bold appearance, unique patinating properties, and real-world industrial use, it’s quickly becoming one of the biggest trends within the watch industry. Whether it’s…

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A watch’s case is the most important component that can make or break its durability. Tool watch cases have almost always been made of steel, titanium, and occasionally precious metals (in some less bona fide examples), but now there’s a new kid in town, bronze. With its bold appearance, unique patinating properties, and real-world industrial use, it’s quickly becoming one of the biggest trends within the watch industry. Whether it’s CuSn8, aluminum bronze, or the arguably inferior brass, there’s no doubt these alloys are making their mark.

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Bronze is an alloy comprised of primarily copper. The secondary metal is usually either tin, which yields CuSn8, or aluminum, which yields an aluminum bronze (of which there are many variations). CuSn8 is commonly regarded as the industry standard, primarily because it’s a marine grade alloy. This means it can be used below the surface in salt water for a lifetime, with virtually no signs of corrosion — thus, the reason for its long history of nautical applications. Aluminum bronze is similar to CuSn8, save for a few differences. As a result of the use of aluminum instead of tin, the price of aluminum bronze is considerably lower. Despite the lower price, quality still remains high, and aluminum bronze is also admired for it’s high strength, and resistance to corrosion.

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Watch aficionados have enthusiastically welcomed bronze-cased watches into their collections, namely because of the patinating properties.
Bronze has been known to take on a deep brown patina, Collectors love the unique patina that grows with him or her over time — a clear correlation to the popularity of distressed and vintage styled watches.
Bronze it can be used below the surface in salt water for a lifetime, with virtually no signs of corrosion — thus, the reason for its long.
Bronze material usually use CUSN,So says cusn watches or cusn8 watches.

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