When it comes to replica Rolex watches, dials matter. Imagine the Stella dial for the day of the week calendar, the Paul Newman dial for the Daytona, and the Submariner dial, full of subtle differences. In the case of the Journal, no dial seems to have made a big name for itself, but lapis lazuli is the exception.
Hard stone dials are always interesting because they are not easy to produce. They are actually born out of a much larger stone and, cutting aside, the primary challenge is to find an original stone of sufficient size and quality. For a long time, one of the main places to find high-quality lapis lazuli was Iran. But after the fall of the Shah regime, that is no longer an option. Fortunately, other source areas such as South America and Siberia can provide lapis lazuli of comparable quality.
In some cases, traces of gold can be seen in the lapis lazuli, but not in this log type dial it seems. The presence of gold could add an extra dimension to a lapis lazuli dial, but if it does not, it does not hurt. The lapis lazuli dials are common on yellow gold journal watches or yellow gold day calendar watches, often with diamond hour markers. The white gold case of this model contrasts with the vibrant lapis lazuli dial.
It was sold by Fine Arts in 2016 for CHF 33,750, above the midpoint of the pre-sale estimate of CHF 20,000 to 40,000. 1945 was the year Rolex celebrated its 40th anniversary, and the Logbook was one of the most beautiful examples of a series of exquisite timepieces designed by the brand. Although the price of vintage Logbook watches has not risen as much as other models in recent years, these unique timepieces offer a welcome addition to the discerning Rolex collector’s collection.
The legend of the replica rolex Milgauss watches began with the unique and rare lightning-shaped second hand, an unusual design that was one of the most recognizable and popular features of the early Rolex antimagnetic watches, strongly admired by the original target group, the scientific community, as well as attracting even more enthusiasts to the latest Milgauss collection.
The Milgauss was born with a lightning-shaped second hand, which it still retains today. However, in its second iteration, the Ref. 1019 adopted a straight hand design and consumer interest in the Milgauss waned, leading to Rolex’s decision to discontinue the watch. In the UK, retailers found it difficult to find buyers and used the Milgauss as a bargaining chip to sell other, more popular models. Yes, at some point, you could get your hands on a Rolex Milgauss for a fraction of the price.
The Milgauss Ref. 6541 was introduced in 1956 with a soft-iron inner case and was one of the first watches to keep accurate time even when exposed to strong magnetic fields. The Ref. 6541 was in fact the second Milgauss, the first being the Ref. 6543 (without the numbering), which was produced in very small numbers and bore little resemblance to its successor.
Initially, the design of the Milgauss was very similar to that of another Rolex professional model, the Submariner, which was known for its water resistance rather than its anti-magnetic properties. Like the Submariner, the Milgauss comes with a stainless steel Oyster case (technically sporty), a graduated bezel (rotatable), bubble hour markers (in specific positions) and, perhaps most importantly (in the eyes of collectors), a single row of red letters displaying the name of the model.
Like the early Rolex Submariner, most of the original Milgauss watches are worth a lot of money today. Not because the Milgauss was one of the first mainstream anti-magnetic watches, but because of its rarity. In fact, the proportions of the case and the overall design of the Milgauss have been perfected and have become more refined with age. It is, moreover, an important part of Rolex’s history.
The Milgauss was designed and built by Rolex and subjected to a magnetic field of 1,000 gauss a few miles from the factory. The participants are from the European Organization for Nuclear Research (CERN) and have some of the brightest minds in Switzerland. The Milgauss watch is first and foremost theirs before it belongs to anyone else.
In the 20th century, Rolex only had one major iteration of the Milgauss, the introduction of the Ref. 1019 in the 1960s.The Milgauss Ref. 1019 underwent considerable improvements, most notably a smooth bezel, new hands and hour markers. The Ref. 1019 is available in two dial styles (not counting the test model without luminescent material), black or silver, both of which are no longer decorated with a honeycomb pattern. Despite its generous 38 mm diameter, the Ref. 1019 never really found its audience and was finally abandoned by Rolex in 1988.
Nearly 20 years after removing it from its catalogue, Rolex reintroduced the Milgauss in 2007, taking the brave decision (or perhaps having to) to do so. Rolex has long been known for its expertise in subtle improvements, and this time the brand chose one of its most modest products and brought it to life. The new Ref. 116400 reverts to the lightning-shaped seconds hand, with bright orange hands for a clean but slightly cold case, and the same colour decoration for the minute track and hour markers. Perhaps the most controversial change was the introduction of a green sapphire crystal. Rolex called it “Glace Verte” (green glass) and claimed that it was not patented because the material was so difficult to manufacture.
Then, in 2014, Rolex added a blue dial model, which made many people lose their minds. For the first time, Milgauss watches were not only available at retail, but also in higher channels. All this because of the blue dial, which Rolex called “Z-Blue”.
To be clear, there is no technical difference between this watch and the other Milgauss Ref. 116400. Equipped with a traditional 40mm Oyster case (polished) and a 904L stainless steel Oyster bracelet (a blend of brushed and polished finishes), it houses the in-house Caliber 3131 movement, tested by the Swiss Chronometer Testing Centre (COSC), with a Parachrom balance spring (made of niobium-zirconium) and a paramagnetic escapement wheel (made of nickel-phosphorus alloy) to ensure resistance to magnetic fields. The Caliber 3131, a self-winding movement with a power reserve of approximately 48 hours, powers all modern Milgauss watches (and the new Airmaster).
The changes to the dial configuration are also minimal. In fact, what Rolex has done is to improve slightly on a solid foundation. The stick hour markers, the Chromalight luminescence (which adds another subtle hue), the bright orange minute track and the “Milgauss” lettering have all been retained. The new models are very different from the vintage watches, but seem to be more popular.
The only real novelty of the Milgauss Z-Blue is the dial. Blue is a handy choice when watchmakers want a change of scenery. It’s more versatile and casual than the traditional black, white, and silver, without being paranoid and weird. But this blue is a bit unusual because it comes from Rolex, which sets and enforces its own code of conduct. In fact, it’s a metallic blue, and depending on the light and angle, the blue of the satin dial shifts towards green.
At Baselworld 2014, replica Rolex watches unveiled the new Cellini collection. The classical and elegant shape, the precious metal material, the alligator leather strap and the traditional pin buckle all make this watch attract attention. At this year’s Basel, Rolex released four new Cellini watches, and today the watch house is bringing you a newly released Cellini watch.
The four Cellini models presented at the show are gem-set Cellinis with a 39mm 18 ct white gold or eternal pink gold case and a choice of either a single bezel or a double bezel set with diamonds. The double bezel model consists of a diamond-set bezel and a classic triangular bezel.
This model (Ref. 50705RBR) is in eternal pink gold with a diamond-set single bezel and a champagne-coloured dial (pink on the Rolex website, but I didn’t really see it) with a sunray effect and elongated hour markers. The crown of the Cellini is very beautiful, with a trumpet-shaped winding crown, polished and engraved with the Rolex crown logo at the top.
The black crocodile leather strap is fitted with a traditional pin buckle, beautifully crafted, polished and decorated with the Rolex Crown in the centre. The timeless pink gold case, with its softly curving sides and rounded polishing, has a lustre that is unique to pink gold. The lugs are small, sleek and meticulously engraved. The bezel is set with 62 exquisite diamonds, and the narrow bezel of the diamond-set precious metal makes the Cellini model appear larger in relation to the dial.
The domed sapphire crystal, the design of the three hands, the sword-shaped hour and minute hands, the sunburst dial in champagne gold, the extended hour markers, the black 60-minute circle and the Rolex crown at 12 o’clock are simple and ordinary, but together they have a minimalist but noble and elegant style. The design is identical to the previously introduced Cellini dual time zone dial. The polished back of the secret back, polished enough to be used as a mirror. Self-winding Rolex caliber CAL.3132, two-way winding. Equipped with a paramagnetic blue Parachrom hairspring and a high-performance Paraflex shock-absorbing mechanism that increases the watch’s anti-magnetic and shock resistance. This movement is also used in the Explorer I, which is stable and durable.
Cellini is in keeping with the intention of highlighting the classic style and timeless elegance of traditional horology in a contemporary spirit (Rolex’s original brand words). This collection is indeed one of the most classical and elegant in the Rolex collection, enhanced by diamonds in precious metals and a robust movement inside. Perfect for the successful businessman to wear.
Recently, I received a replica Rolex Oyster Perpetual watches Cosmic Chronograph steel model Di Tong Na, which has been selling at an increased price due to its high reputation and hype. The name is famous, the quality is not weak, interest is natural, so I gave the watch some honest evaluation within the detectable range.
Caliber: Rolex 4130 Power reserve: 72 hours Frequency: 28,800 vibrations per hour Crown: triple lock Case: 904L stainless steel Strap: Oyster bracelet with oyster clasp and Easylink extensions Waterproof depth: 100 meters
Glasses & Bezels
The Daytona has a clear, flat glass face that rises about 1.5 mm above the edge of the bezel; the perimeter of the lens is polished, rounded and smooth to the touch. When viewed from the side, it has a slightly white tint, in contrast to the light tan color usually found on a glass. When the chronograph is turned on, the long seconds hand underneath the glass almost seems to gurgle against the surface, giving a strong impression of impact. The bezel measures approximately 38.6 mm (without the shoulder guard), with a broad-sided tilted face and lime coloured indices and lettering. The use of this rarely-used lap is an indication of the watch’s relationship to a famous race. The outside surface is mirror-polished and is covered with fingerprints at the slightest touch.
At first glance, the small three-eyed counters with black dials and white circles are unobtrusive and lack the elegance of a watch you would normally see. Of course, this face, which has remained unchanged for several generations, also reflects the rigidity and weight of the House of De Tona, which is known as “the commonplace of elegance”.
The triple-eyed white ring is concentric and radially metallic, slightly below the black dial. This is the ultimate interpretation of the classic black and red combination, understated and timeless. Interestingly, in the symmetrical design of the timepiece, the center of the chronograph and minute ring is slightly higher than the entire dial, which is one of the most obvious ways to distinguish a low-end copy.
The dial is also very well written, with a clean and clear face, whether it be the “ROLEX” script at the bottom of the crown or the large standard instructions below. On this poorly glazed dial, the characters are meticulously printed horizontally and vertically without any ink spillage or blurred lines, showing that Rolex has done a remarkable job. The seconds hand on the dial, measuring approximately 18.5 mm, is thin and sharp, with an arrow-shaped point at the front and a prismatic counterbalance at the end that has been polished to a brilliant shine.
There is a slight gap between the bezel and the dial, but it is difficult to find the edges. The five laser-engraved letters “ROLEX” on each side of the bezel are evenly distributed, with the crown logo at the top and the prefix code at the bottom, corresponding to the card. 116520 is smaller than 116610.
The lugs are 46mm long and 6mm thick at their thickest point, and the entire front face is covered by a large, almost invisible hood, with a hidden seam where the lugs meet. The joints are rounded at the corners and the lugs are particularly rounded, just as they are on the dress model. The front and sides of the case are polished and mirror-polished to reveal the silhouette. The skin contact areas such as the underside of the case are brushed with a circular grained finish, and the base is low and inverted, only 2.5mm high, almost on the same side as the tips of the ears. The edges of the gear ring are chamfered, so there is no tugging sensation. Despite its 12.5mm thickness, the Dittona is extremely comfortable on the wrist, thanks to the arched case and the low, flat bottom cover.
The straps are the usual 3-panel straps for sports models, polished in the middle row and fine-grained and brushed on the sides. Each compartment is about 10mm long, slightly arched, mirror-polished, with all edges and edges bluntly treated, making it smooth to the touch. The width of the strap is 19.8mm at the beginning and 15.4mm at the end. The whole chain is contracted from the beginning to the end of the strap, with even and moderate gaps between the compartments, and no mutual bumping after repeated folding. The buckle is still the old style, not as wide and thick as the new one, but much stronger than the 14060. There is an eye-catching small crown welded on the safety clasp, which is significantly smaller than the new one, measuring about 4.5X4.4 mm and positioned almost flush with the strap. I remember when I first came across Rao, I didn’t understand the function of the safety clasp, and I didn’t dare to pull on it, so I didn’t know how to open the strap. The clasp is also equipped with a quick-adjust feature, which allows the watch to slide back and forth by gently mentioning it. A little different except for the workmanship, the folding band has an extra reinforced round button, and is stamped all over. In terms of workmanship, each part of the folding clasp is beveled and mirror-polished on both the inside and outside, an area that is often overlooked, but where Rolex has remained meticulous.
Grips & Keys
The handle is 8mm thick and is a locking handle that can be used with all sports models. The upper strings feel soft and soft, sound. Loosen the head can see the rubber ring, pull open the first gear more easily, the second gear just relatively stiff, but better than the international. The two buttons of the code table is straight grain internal locking type, internal screwing can lock the button, external screwing can release the button for operation. This design easily solves the weakest link of water resistance of the stopwatch. The buttons are light, crisp and flexible, thanks to the toughness and elasticity of the bar-reed material of the 4130 chronograph movement and the sensitivity and sturdiness of the clutch mechanism. Most brands are difficult to control, as the pushers are either empty or jammed, and few are as flexible as this one. However, the feel of the zero pushers is firm and needs improvement. The central long seconds hand and the chronograph minute hand are fast and smooth, with a quick return to zero in a matter of seconds and a slight jump, almost impossible to see.
The Rolex Daytona is a finely crafted and precise timepiece. When worn on the wrist, it makes the wearer look more and more powerful, making it a watch full of unique charm.
No one will be unfamiliar with Rolex, though not people who are very obsessed with watches. replica Rolex watches is already the world’s most acclaimed watch brand, the reason for such a high popularity also naturally has its own reasons. Today, I’d like to introduce you to the Day Date II Series 218238 Gold Disk Men’s Watch.
The 218238-83218 is an uncompromising gold watch, with a case and bracelet made of 18k yellow gold. The bezel has the same function and appearance as the triangle pattern on the case back. The bezel has improved over time to the point where it is only fitted to the crystal and case by friction, and the technique is now just a reflection of Rolex’s obsession with aesthetics. The standard formal large three-hand configuration looks noble and elegant. The 41mm gold dial with 10 diamond-set hour markers and the Rolex logo below at 12 o’clock is a beautiful piece that will conquer any occasion that requires a formal dress code.
The Rolex Day Date 218238-83218 with large 3-hands is the perfect choice when a smartly tailored outfit is already in place. Whether you’re washing your car or swimming, washing your face or getting wet, diving or snorkeling, the 100M water resistance will support you. After all, this is a Rolex, the premier brand in the dive watch industry, known for its toughness and long-lasting precision, and the slightest corrosion is no problem for Rolex. The crown and case are both screw-down and water-resistant. 3 o’clock date window displays the date of the month, a design inspired by the water droplet, also dubbed the “blister” by Rolex fans as one of the classic Rolex details. The day of the week window at 12 o’clock is particularly important. The double calendar is the Day-Date, which is also the most business-friendly day watch.
The 218238-83218 is powered by the Rolex Caliber 3156, a self-winding movement developed by Rolex itself, certified by the Swiss Official Chronometer Testing Institute and launched in 2008. This movement, like all Oyster movements, is accurate and reliable, and will provide approximately 48 hours of power on a full winding. The balance is fitted with a blue Parachromatic hairspring, which is exclusive to Rolex and patented by the company. Rolex’s Paraflex shock absorbers are also mounted on this movement, which increases the shock absorption by 50%. The Cal.3156 is one of the few Rolex movements to have both a Parachrom hairspring and a Paraflex shock-absorbing device, and is equipped with two specially treated Paraflex hairsprings. The “Big Red Wheel” is extremely resistant to wear and tear and can even compete with the Billerton (Woodpecker) winding system.
The 218238-83218 features the classic Rolex rate-style look, a symbol of excellent water resistance. Rolex also makes its own gold, and the molding, machining, and polishing are doubly carefully cared for to make the gold shine. There is no complicated chronograph function on this watch, just a simple double calendar display. The calendar seems to be less important nowadays as both white-collar and geeks are used to checking the date on their phones and computers, but as a devoted watch enthusiast, it is absolutely irreplaceable, as it conveys thoughts and ideas that can never be matched by electronics. Moreover, a shiny gold Rolex DD can give you enough air to be the center of attention, and it looks more business-like and formal than a regular large three-hand, so it’s an ideal watch for both business occasions and formal dinners.
The replica Rolex Explorer watches is the brand’s professional wristwatch created for polar expeditions, and it doesn’t have any special expedition-type features itself, but rather 24 hours to help explorers tell time in special environments. To be honest, there is nothing special about a feature like the 24-hour display, every brand can do it, but only Rolex has achieved a classic.
This watch, belonging to the Rolex Explorer series, official model 114270-78690, is made of steel, which looks strong and durable. The hands are made of the classic Explorer hands, which are perfect for the adventurers. From the appearance of the watch, we can easily see that this is a normal function, there is no complex display function, I believe it is also positioned to better serve the simple reading of the time.
With a 36mm dial, it looks more like a unisex watch. Men can wear it for a showy and deep look, while women can wear it for a more elegant and dignified look. The black dial contrasts sharply with the silvery-white tone, and the time is displayed more clearly for ease of use.
This is a mechanical automatic watch that will satisfy the wearer’s curiosity about the art of watchmaking and the intricacies of a mechanical watch. With a classic round dial that will never go out of style and a steel bracelet, it is suitable for all seasons without the fear of being easily ruined. This watch is water resistant to 100 meters and can be removed when swimming, which is really convenient and practical. The Rolex watches are quite common and reasonably priced, so it’s worth considering for those who are interested.
replica Rolex watches introduces the new Oyster Perpetual Cosmograph Daytona in 18ct yellow gold, 18ct white gold and 18ct eternal pink gold versions, all fitted with the innovative Oysterflex high-performance rubber-coated sheet metal bracelet with a rubber strap. Rolex has patented a black ceramic Cerachrom bezel. This latest design combines high technology with exceptional aesthetics and pays tribute to the tradition of excellence of this legendary chronograph. The black bezel is reminiscent of the 1965 version with its black resin glass bezel.
The 18ct yellow gold version is one of these models, a beautiful combination of gold and black. 18ct yellow gold crown and chronograph pushers. The high-tech, one-piece Cerachrom ceramic bezel has the advantage of being resistant to corrosion and scratching and does not fade even when exposed to ultraviolet light. The Cerachrom bezel is not only extremely durable, but also highly visible, as the numerals and indices are coated with an 18ct gold or platinum film using PVD (Physical Vapour Deposition) technology, which makes the tachymeter on the bezel more visible. Waterproof Performance.
The new Oyster Perpetual Cosmograph Daytona is equipped with an Oysterflex strap developed and patented by Rolex. This innovative design combines the robustness and reliability of a metal bracelet with the flexibility, comfort and aesthetics of a rubber strap. The bracelet’s subtleties, with its ultra-stretchy metal lining and high-performance black rubber injection-moulded exterior, make it resistant to all environmental conditions. It is also equipped with an 18ct gold safety clasp to protect the buckle from accidental opening. The Oyster bracelet is equipped with a folding Oyster buckle fitted with Rolex’s patented easy-adjust link. This extension allows the wearer to easily extend the bracelet by approximately 5 mm, making it comfortable to wear in all conditions.
As with all Rolex watches, the Cosmograph Daytona has been awarded the prestigious Rolex Chronometer Certification, a unique designation that Rolex earned in 2015. This unique designation confirms that the watch has successfully passed a series of tests conducted by the Rolex laboratory, which have surpassed the standards set by the watchmaking industry. The watches are assembled and then tested to ensure that, when worn, they perform at the highest level in terms of precision, power reserve, water resistance and automatic winding. The average error of a Rolex Chronometer, which is tested after the movement has been mounted in the case, is within plus or minus two seconds per day, more than twice as accurate as that of an ordinary chronometer-certified chronometer. The green seal, the symbol of a Top Chronometer, is attached to every Rolex watch and comes with a five-year worldwide warranty.
replica Rolex watches launches the new Oyster Perpetual Cosmograph Daytona 904L in steel with a black ceramic Cerachrom bezel developed and patented by Rolex. This latest design is a tribute to the tradition of excellence of this legendary timepiece, which combines high technology with exceptional aesthetics. The black bezel follows the design of the 1965 version of the black Plexiglas bezel. The new Cosmograph Daytona has been certified by Rolex as a top chronometer since 2015, guaranteeing maximum performance on the wrist.
Created in 1963, the Oyster Perpetual Cosmograph Daytona was specially designed for the racing world, where its reliability and outstanding performance made it an outstanding success. Under the name of “Daytona”, it has become one of the classic timepieces and a highly sought-after chronograph throughout the world. It features a tachymeter engraved on the bezel, which can measure average speeds of up to 400 mph or kilometers per hour. The new high-tech Cerachrom ceramic bezel offers a number of advantages. It is resistant to corrosion and scratching and does not fade even when exposed to ultraviolet light. The Cerachrom bezel is a one-piece piece that helps to hold the mirror to the case and ensures water resistance.
The Oyster case of the Cosmograph Daytona is guaranteed water-resistant to 100 metres (330 feet) and is an example of rugged elegance and perfect proportions. The uniquely shaped middle case is cast in a solid block of 904L steel. Only a Rolex watchmaker can open the movement by tightening the triangularly pitted caseback with a special tool exclusive to the brand, which seals the case. The winding crown, equipped with Rolex’s patented triple waterproofing system with a triple-locking clasp, is screwed securely to the case, as are the chronograph pushers, and is protected by a crown guard. This crown guard is integrated into the middle case. The crystal, made of sapphire crystal, is not susceptible to scratching. The water-resistant Oyster case of the Cosmograph-Detonation offers optimal protection to the high-precision movement.
It is equipped with the 4130 self-winding mechanical chronograph movement, entirely developed and manufactured by Rolex. Its construction has been completely revolutionized, in keeping with Rolex’s watchmaking expertise, and the number of chronograph components has been considerably reduced to make the movement more reliable. The sturdy chronograph movement is equipped with a column wheel and a vertical chronograph clutch, enabling the chronograph to be instantly activated and thus to be kept precise. The balance cock, the heart of the watch, is equipped with a Rolex patented blue Parachrom hairspring made from a unique alloy forged by Rolex. This hairspring is impervious to magnetic fields, remains stable even at varying temperatures and is ten times more resistant to shocks than a traditional hairspring. The 4130 calibre is equipped with a self-winding assembly with a constant motion oscillating weight and a power reserve of approximately 72 hours.
The new Cosmograph Daytona is fitted with a 904L steel solid link Oyster bracelet with an Oyster safety clasp to prevent accidental opening of the buckle. The clasp is fitted with Rolex’s patented easy-adjust links, a clever extension that allows the wearer to easily extend the bracelet by approximately 5 mm for greater comfort in all conditions.
The Cosmograph Diatonné has been certified as a top chronometer by Rolex, a new standard laid down in 2015. This unique designation confirms that the watch has successfully passed a series of tests conducted by the Rolex laboratory, which go beyond the usual norms and standards of the watchmaking industry. The watches are tested after assembly to ensure that, when they are worn on the wrist, they perform at the highest level in terms of precision, power reserve, water resistance and automatic winding. The Rolex Chronometer, whose movement is mounted in the case and then tested, averages an error of less than plus or minus two seconds per day – twice as accurate as an ordinary chronometer. The green seal, the emblem of a Top Chronometer, is attached to every Rolex watch and comes with a five-year worldwide warranty.
replica Rolex watches, the leader of the legendary watch, the Oyster Perpetual is by far the most recognized and recognizable wristwatch ever made. Over time, it has come to be recognized as an icon of the modern wristwatch. The Oyster Perpetual is the result of Rolex’s watchmaking expertise and know-how. Over the years, it has undergone many aesthetic improvements, but its unmistakable design features have always been respected and preserved. Today, we bring you a Rolex Oyster Perpetual, the official model number: 116000-70200.
The success of the Oyster wristwatch dates back to 1926, when Rolex invented the first Oyster watch. At that time, Rolex invented the first Oyster wristwatch and applied for a patent. As the world’s first water-resistant watch, the Oyster was a pioneer of the modern wristwatch.
The Oyster Perpetual watch is highly recognizable. The 36mm diameter round case, with a simple large three-hand design, is readable at a glance on the sapphire crystal, and unlike the calendar type, does not have a date display. The domed bezel is a distinctive feature that has been in use ever since its introduction. The Oyster case, which underpins Rolex’s reputation and performance, is made of 904L stainless steel, a corrosion-resistant material widely used in the high-tech, aerospace and chemical industries.
The simple and practical design of the double-locked winding crown, with a double-locked mechanism ensuring that the screw-down crown is fully waterproof to a depth of 100 meters, is angled and engraved with the small Rolex crown logo. The bracelet is an Oyster bracelet, consisting of three rows of wide, flat links that are extremely robust and has always been the most widely used bracelet in the Oyster collection, made of 904L stainless steel. Viewed from the side at the uncrowned point, the watch is relatively shallow, not heavy, and comfortable to wear casually.
The Oyster folding and concealing clasp opens and closes with a single operating clasp, making it easier to operate and more secure to wear. The click of the clasp each time it is closed is a pleasant sensation. The design of the Oyster lugs is very short, in order to better match the flexibility of the chain strap, the lugs are almost flush with the first bracelet, more like part of the bracelet, very comfortable to wear. The design of the black dial is very unique, except for the 3,6,9 o’clock position, all other hours are replaced by minutes, and the classic small crown at 12 o’clock is beautiful and elegant. There are two main techniques for making Rolex dial logos: transfer printing and inlaying. It is worth mentioning that there is a brown inner ring on the dial, which indicates in English that the Oyster Perpetual has been certified by the Swiss Chronometer Testing Center (COSC).
This watch has a screw-down caseback and houses the unparalleled reliability of Rolex’s self-winding Caliber 3130, a movement developed in-house and fitted with a Parachrom hairspring to resist the effects of shocks and temperature variations. This self-winding mechanism is equipped with a half-moon thallium, which rotates freely in a single direction around the central axis wheel, and a second thallium, which follows the natural movement of the wrist to deliver a constant flow of natural energy to the watch, with a power reserve of 50 hours.
Throughout the history of the Rolex watch, the Oyster Constant-Force model has become a recognized symbol of elegance thanks to its exceptional aesthetic design. It is a classic in appearance and functionality, but also in keeping with its pioneering and innovative origins and the simplicity of the original model. If you are looking for a classic, understated timepiece that will last a lifetime, this is the watch for you.
When it comes to replica Rolex watches, I believe no one will not know that its classic “Aquaman” watch has long been popular as a Rolex business card. Some of you may have noticed that although Rolex has many products, it has never seen a watch with a back lens. The existence of the back is to allow people to see every detail of the operation of the movement, and the Rolex movement is so exquisite why not let people see it?
Rolex has actually only ever produced one Rolex Prince with a back-pivot in its history, and now it’s antique grade, and the number of surviving ones is very small. Rolex to date there has been no more back-transparent models. Some friends may not understand, many top brands are mostly transparent. It’s not just a matter of time, it’s also a matter of time before you have a chance to get your hands on a new product.
On October 30, 1925 in La Chaux-de-Fonds, German craftsmen Paul Penegaux and Georges Peret created a crown patent, this is a kind of prevent moisture into the case of the crown sealing skills, the use of spring and screw list for the first time to prevent moisture from the crown into the case. The reason for the name “Oyster” is the idea that Hans came up with the idea by chance when he flipped an oyster cap on a dinner. On July 29, 1926, he registered the name in Switzerland, and two months later in London, February 28, 1927, Hans and oyster randomly registered the name in four different languages, namely Huitre (French), Auster (German), Ostica (Italian) and Ostra (Spanish).
Oyster is oyster, is the oyster we eat today, oyster also became Rolex created the integrated molding case, screw-down back and screw-down handle plan, namely oyster, is the English “oyster, oyster” means, this structure is different from the welded lugs, pressed into the back and stabbed into the handle, also marked The Rolex watch is as stable and waterproof as an oyster. In short, the whole watch is made of machined steel, and the lugs are integrated into the case. It is much more stable than the welded lugs that are popular nowadays. The bottom lock handle. The back cover and handle are all gong wire locking. (The top ring of the earliest structure is also locked) tightly sealed. Excellent waterproofing.
The case is composed of four parts, the outer frame is octagonal, the inside is equipped with a cylinder screwdriver, the top ring and the back cover are linked with the screwdriver through a rotating locking method, and then screwed to death on the octagonal frame, the upper frame and the back cover each have two seals made of soft metal to increase the airtightness, the crown is judged by another small screwdriver connected to the case and the case. Coupled, with a waterproof gasket and waterproof tube on the inside. When the case is locked and the crown is locked, there is no air in the whole case and no chance for moisture to enter, thus achieving excellent waterproof and dustproof effect.
Like an oyster, the planning is done so tightly that it explains why Rolex doesn’t have a backside penetration. The most important thing to do is to make sure that you have a good understanding of what you’re looking for. It’s also a good idea to get a good deal more than just a few of these. The first one is the Rolex, which is really as stable as an oyster due to its compact planning.
The backlighting, as many Rolex fans know, will seriously affect the water resistance of the watch, and one can dream of what will happen if the screw-down back cover is replaced with a transparent sapphire crystal. Even if it is not an Oyster watch, the backlighting plan will still have an impact on the watch’s water resistance, and the best proof is that dive watches rarely do backlighting.