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Benarus Has More Bronze On The Way

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When last I brought the Benarus Bronze Moray to your attention, I sadly noted that they were completely sold out.  When they created the watches this year, it was only a run of (50) pieces, and it quickly sold out.  I’ve gotten word from Benarus, however, that a new batch will be manufactured in the future.

They’re currently creating another run of (60) pieces, and these will all be with the top grade movement and sapphire case back.  Last time around that combination went for $1450, so I think it’s reasonable to assume that we’ll see similar pricing.  These will not be presold, nor will there be a reservation list.  So, if you want one, you’re going to want to keep a close eye on their news page.

One other tidbit I learned about this particular release is that we’ll see some options when it comes to the dial color.  They will of course offer it in black, as we saw in the previous releases (and in the pictures on this post).  They’re also going to produce the dials in British Racing green and dark blue.  I’m fairly confident that both of these will look great against the bronze case, especially as it gains patina.

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