Yes that's what I thought you meant. But when I say "grey", I'm using the term broadly to include both metallic and non-metallic finishes. For example, the Monaco Vintage Grey CAW211B. It actually has a slightly metallic finish, yet it's referred to as grey by TAG Heuer.
I can make it look silver-ish too and call it dark silver. But TAG Heuer calls it grey.
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