LU­MI­NOR SUB­MERSIBLE 1950 BMG-TECH

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Ad­ding yet an­other wondrous ma­te­rial to its range of op­tions, this new Lu­mi­nor Sub­mersible comes with some­thing called BMG-TECH. Ba­si­cally, it is a bulk metal­lic glass that has a dis­or­dered atomic struc­ture. In or­der to achieve this, the al­loy is ob­tained through a high-pres­sure in­jec­tion process at high tem­per­a­tures fol­lowed by a re­ally quick cool­ing process. The re­sult­ing ma­te­rial is not only harder and lighter than steel, but also ex­tremely re­sis­tant to cor­ro­sion, ex­ter­nal shocks and mag­netic fields. The case is large at 47MM, while the P.9010 au­to­matic move­ment within is ca­pa­ble of 28,800VPH and has a three-day power re­serve.

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