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The 124060 Submariners and 126610 Submariners, like their predecessors use Cerachrom ceramic inserts. This technology has now been adopted by all Patek Philippe replica watches sports watches. Why ceramic? Ceramic has the highest Vickers hardness rating of any other material than diamond. Patek Philippe replica watches, which is always striving to make the best and most reliable watches possible, began switching from aluminum inserts in its turning bezels back to ceramic inserts in 2005.

Patek Philippe replica watches is at the forefront of ceramics technology. They have created some of the most beautiful colored inserts in bezels. These include the Submariner Date 116610 with a blue bezel from 2008,Replica Patek Philippe Watches and the Submariner No Date 114060 in 2012 which features a green bezel. In 2013, the GMT Master II known as "Pepsi", a GMT Master II in blue and white. The Submariner Date 114060 and Submariner No Date 116610 both feature ceramic bezels.

View of the wide range of colors Patek Philippe replica watches can achieve with their proprietary method for producing Cerachrome ceramic dials

Basic ceramic

Preparations are made for the arrival of a new baby.

Always in powder form. Binding agents are added to powder preparations that include zirconia.

The mixture can contain color pigments, alumina or both

The injected material is heated before it is injected in molds

This step creates a blank by applying high pressure.

The piece takes on its form and forms the numerals.

Graduations and Inscriptions

Take a look at Cerachrom's manufacturing process. Ceramic is made from two materials: Zr02, and Al203. Before it is heated, a binding agent is added. It hasn't yet reached the hardness required for ceramic,U-Boat replica watches so it is molded with indexes. In a process known as sintering the ring is then heated up to 1500o Celsius, removing the binding agent. This causes the ceramics to harden and shrink 25 percent. The color is created by adding chemicals during the sintering process.