We are comparing 3 blue-colored models based on the materials used- Titanium, Forged Carbon and Carbon Fibre. We invite you to share with us what you feel about these time-pieces!
3H 52MM TITANIUM SERIES
Titanium is a lustrous transition metal with a silver color, low density and high strength. Titanium is also highly resistant to corrosion in sea water, aqua regis and chlorine. It is no wonder this is part of its Ocean Diver Series. Furthermore, this 3H time-piece is water resistant up to 150m.
Fun fact: Titanium has the highest strength-to-density ratio of any metallic element.
DIETRICH OT-4 IN FORGED CARBON
Forged carbon is a material associated with the high-end in all its uses, whether in aerospace, race cars, golf or luxury watches the likes of Audemars Piguet and Hublot. The material itself, also referred to as carbon composite, etc… consists of carbon chips and resin, compressed into molds under extremely high pressure and heat (hence, forged).
Forged carbon has obvious qualities: it is very resistant, while remaining very light. In appearance, it has a silky sheen over wildly swirling blacks, grays and silvers. It doesn’t look like metal, nor like plastic, rather it has its own exotic presence. From an aesthetic point of view, its marbled effect, satiny and soft to the touch, is particularly prized.
MORPHEUS VELOCE LIMITED EDITION WITH CARBON FIBER
Blue carbon fiber dial with index hour markers and a blue carbon fiber case on this limited edition time-piece. Traditionally woven carbon fibers give it a textured appearance that is almost impossible to replicate. Carbon fibers are a new breed of high strength materials and its usage in watches have been on the rise.
Carbon Fiber is the New Black!
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