The Blue Company


The ProMare Go BRONZE gets both its name and its individual character from its bronze case. The middle section of the case and the inlay of the bidirectional bezel are made of aluminium bronze, a freshwater and saltwater-resistant alloy that is also the material of choice for propellers in the world of shipbuilding.

Another feature of the bronze case is that it forms a characteristic patina over time, which in turn protects the material underneath against seawater and other environmental influences. What’s more, the final appearance of this typical patina very much depends on how the watch is worn by its owner, thus making every ProMare Go BRONZE a time measuring instrument that is one of a kind.

The case itself is water-resistant up to 30 bars and features a scratch-resistant sapphire crystal that is 2.5 millimetres thick, allowing the wearers of a ProMare Go BRONZE to admire the deep blue face of their trophy at any time. To ensure excellent readability at all times of day and night, the face features large, sporty hands and applied indices with a generous coating of luminous material.

The visible bronze areas of the case are complemented by elements made of stainless steel in the case of contact areas such as the back of the case, the screw-in crown and the bezel. This combination of materials makes the watch extremely comfortable to wear. What’s more, it also ensures the permanent functionality of its moving parts, which are cleverly designed not to bond when the bronze patina develops.





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