An article of ceramic watchware has been coated with the protective powder of ceramic dust.
The Ceramix C7, which was launched in 2014, is the latest model to be coated in this dust-proof powder.
The ceramic dust, made up of calcium carbonate powder and calcium hydroxide, is designed to be used as a coating for high-end watch pieces.
The powder is sprayed onto ceramic parts to prevent corrosion, according to Ceramics Watch.
Ceramic watchmaking has been a mainstay in India for decades.
But India’s watchmaking industry has witnessed an exponential growth in recent years.
In 2016, India overtook China as the world’s third-largest watchmaker behind China and the United States, according the International Watch Trade Association.
Cersium-based watches have been popular in Asia since the 1960s.
But, they have struggled to gain traction in the U.S., which has seen a boom in the number of luxury watches and smartwatches.
India’s watch industry is growing, but watchmakers are facing the challenges of high-tech manufacturing.
Quartz watches have become the most popular watch models in India, and the country has seen an explosion in demand for quartz watches, according TOI.
In 2015, India became the first country in the world to become a manufacturer of high quality quartz watches.
The country is also the world leader in producing quartz watches at home.
But the watch industry has been slow to adapt to this new trend, with most watchmakers struggling to catch up to demand for their own brands.