When you think of bronze, you probably assume it means third-best after gold and silver.

When used as a color for a case, bronze might be tops on the medal stand. Bronze is made from copper and tin. Unlike other metals, it won’t corrode and won’t be affected by saltwater, making it a unique element for a watch. (The Watch Doctor still recommends keeping your watch dry by not showering or swimming with it on.)

Here are a few examples of watches with bronze cases.


Glycine Combat


Hamilton Khaki Field Mechanical


IWC Schaffhausen Aquatimer Chronograph Special Edition “Darwin”


Longines Legend Diver


Oris Big Crown ProPilot


Panerai Submersible


Tag Heuer Autavia



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