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I really like the look of the pvd finish.
After searching I could not find out much about it.
Who do you contact if you are interested?
Anybody want to school the newbie?
Thanks.
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phil said:
I really like the look of the pvd finish.
After searching I could not find out much about it.
Who do you contact if you are interested?
Anybody want to school the newbie?
Thanks.
Phil
Phil here is my PVD Diver the finish is super tough and looks very cool on the wrist.



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TakesALickin said:
I've also seen it described as Physical Vapor Deposition (got laughed at by a friend when I mentioned this, he thought a deposition was a court document). Check out Jack Alexyon's work at Industrial Watch Works:

http://www.industrialwatchworks.com/pvd.html
Thanks jeff.
I checked out Industrial Watch Works site .great looking stuff.
According to Jack's site PVD coating starts at $650.!
Did look great though.
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Martog said:
Phil here is my PVD Diver the finish is super tough and looks very cool on the wrist.



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Mark,
Great looking watch. Is that a mod or did you purchase it that way?
Thanks for sharing.
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Citizen used black coatings quite a bit on thier vintage watches - it does tend to get knocked about quite a bit over the years though. I would imagine modern coatings are tougher...

I like black in combination with a bit of stainless steel, think that can work well:





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phil said:
Mark,
Great looking watch. Is that a mod or did you purchase it that way?
Thanks for sharing.
Phil
Phil

I purchasesd the watch brand new from Boschett watches in the USA 790.00 with the Swiss ETA 2824 A2

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