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Just about every watch company offering a pilot watch has experimented with bronze alloy in the last two years – IWC, Oris, Stowa, Archimede, Zenith, Hanhart, Bell & Ross, and many more. However, each watch company has made their own variation of bronze color, oxidation/no oxidation, and interesting dial colors to complement the warm tone of the bronze case. Mühle opted for the bronze case with oxidation and a contemporary mocha and khaki dials. Mocha dial offers more of button-up appeal and makes for a desk-pilot, whereas khaki dial transforms it into a casual tool watch. A traditional approach is employed for bronze alloy on bezel, case-sides, and the crown. The display case back, on the other hand, is made from stainless steel to avoid adverse reaction to copper in the alloy.
https://www.watchuseek.com/flieger-frid ... iv-bronze/
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