Pick Up Some Patina With Mühle-Glashütte’s New Bronze ProMare Go Diver

The long-standing, family-run brand Mühle-Glashütte is proud to announce its latest dive watch, the ProMare Go. Standing in for stainless steel, you’ll find an alloy of aluminum bronze that’s especially resistant to both fresh and seawater. Built on their rock-solid ProMare Go dive watch design, the 42mm timepiece features everything you’d expect from a modern diver that’s built to perform. Let’s take a look at some of the specs. 

Measuring in at 42mm wide, the bronze case features a mix of brushed and high polished sections that add a unique visual appeal to the watch. The interesting lug design has a wide polished bevel that transitions into the crown guards surrounding the stainless steel crown. A steel bi-directional bezel surrounds the dial with a bronze insert. You’ll get a preview of what the bronze will look like with some patina thanks to the triangular marker on the bezel at 60. The brand has forced patina on this small triangle so it’s more visible right off the bat, while also serving as a preview of things to come. The watch is water-resistant to 300m, allowing for nearly any underwater activity without springing a leak.


The rich blue dial is open and legible, decorated with applied hour markers filled with Super-Luminova. Hash marks separate the indices, while a thin blue line rendered in a lighter shade of blue frames the entire dial. A set of polished pencil hands tell the time, while a stick-style seconds hand is constantly sweeping around the dial. Text is kept to a minimum, with the Mühle-Glashütte name just under 12, while “30 ATM” is printed just above six. The dial is finished off with a handy date display at three.

Inside the watch, there’s the well-known Sellita SW 200-1 tasked with keeping time. The movement is customized for MG with subtle grained brushing and a branded rotor along with their own patented shock-resistant woodpecker neck fine regulation. In-house tuning to six positions achieves the impressive accuracy of 0/+8 seconds/day.

Limited to just 300 pieces, Mühle-Glashütte’s ProMare Go in Bronze is available now for 2.700€, or just under $3,000 USD. If you’ve been on the hunt for a bronze diver with some unique design language, then the ProMare might just fit the bill. Mühle-Glashütte

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Ed is a Long Island-based writer and photographer with an affinity for watches, fountain pens, EDC gear, and a great cup of coffee. He’s always looking for the best gear for the job—whether it be new watch, pen, flashlight, knife, or wallet. Ed enjoys writing because it’s an awesome (and fulfilling) way to interact with those who share the same interests.