An important quality factor for top replica watches

How to determine if a fake rolex watches is listed as a leading brand, you can see if it requires sapphire glass and the conclusion that sapphire, high hardness, based on a clock, its impact strength, impermeability and durability compared to other fake rolex materials, it In addition, top watches are an important quality factor.

1. What is a sapphire mirror?

Before answering this question, you must have a clear understanding of what sapphire is. The basic chemical composition is sapphire replica watches sulfur trioxide, which is initially colorless and transparent, but blue because it contains iron oxide and titanium oxide. If it contains chromium oxide, it is called ruby ​​because it is red. Now look at the sapphire mirror above, in addition to the oxide additive of iron and titanium 3 oxide oxide 2 aluminum, such as chemistry, synthetic sapphire and natural crystals, no difference between the other components, so it is replica watches colorless and transparent, Not a "blue" color. Alumina is produced from pure alumina at high temperatures for the manufacture of raw synthetic sapphire, which is then cut into wafer diamond tools and then polished to a mirror surface. One of the high costs of sapphire is due to the high cost of processing tools. The technique of synthetic sapphire was invented and used in the 19th century, and since the 1960s, the most fake watches popular brand is now made by sapphire.

As a natural sapphire and synthetic sapphire - is one of the hardest materials on the earth, the hardness value of Morse 9, according to the quality, diamond, no more than more difficult. Please note that what is said here fake Rolex is not intrinsic, but on the ground. Some synthetic silicon-carbon compounds can also be as heavy as nine sapphires and scratches. Many architectural and decorative materials replica watches are also used for siliciclastic carbon compounds, such as artificial stone, etc., as if there is friction in these places, which can leave scratches on the surface of the sapphire.