PVD stands for physical vapor deposition and offers the ultimate in robust and long-lasting color and composition. In the PVD process the watch case or strap is placed in a sealed, pressurized chamber where the material is vaporized, creating a saturated atmosphere. The basic substrate stainless steel becomes completely saturated by vaporized molecules, creating an even and deep deposition of color. In contrast to traditional plating or lacquering techniques, which only coat the surface of the substrate, making it subject to abrasion and tarnishing through exposure to UV rays or moisture, a PVD coating does not discolor thanks to the complete penetration of the color particles into the metal, allowing for a flawless finish. For more information about watches that offer this feature: https://www.davosa-usa.com/collections/military



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October 25, 2022 — Davosa Editor

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