June 2019 – Perfect Replica Watches Swiss Made, Cheap Fake Rolex Watches Reviews

Articles for the Month of June 2019

Fabulous Replica Rolex GMT-Master II Pepsi with Meteorite Dial

The way Rolex works is mysterious. Some people find it annoying and deviant, while others tirelessly experience its charms. I myself slowly changed from the former to the latter. All of this is to say that when Rolex has something new – anything – I ask myself, “why is Rolex doing this?””Speaking of the subject of this article, replica Rolex GMT-Master II 126719BLRO Pepsi with meteorite dial, I think I’ve found it at first glance.
When the first 21st century Rolex Pepsi GMT debuted in 2014, owning a Rolex watch was out of reach for me, and I was nonetheless very excited about this release. I remember being on the edge of my seat and seeing the first official Rolex video of this watch drop.
Last year, fake Rolex dropped the bomb by launching the steel-version Pepsi, sold exclusively on the five-link Jubilee bracelet in an effort to differentiate the steel variant from the much more expensive all-white-gold watch for which customers had been shelling out considerable sums for a number of years. Many would agree that public outrage has abated, but the truth is that even on Jubilee, steel Pepsi is a very tempting and appealing proposition for many in Pepsi’s current lineup.
2019 witnessed that steel Rolex GMT Pepsi untouched, while the 40mm-wide, 18k white-gold version got an expectedly well received meteorite dial option that is, naturally, not configurable for any other version, just the 18k white gold GMT-Master II 126719BLRO reference.
I say this because most all specially engineered aspects of Rolex watches are somehow explained by the brand sooner or later. That is because Rolex replica dedicates tremendous effort to solving problems and answering questions many other manufacturers gloss over. For its beautifully gem-set watches, Rolex dedicates special attention to praising its in-house gemological know-how. What I can say is that if you feel like owning a meteorite dial Rolex, you have but a handful other options too: Currently in production are the Day-Date 40 (in all-white gold) and the Pearlmaster 34 and, surprisingly, the Datejust 31 in steel, with an 18k white gold bezel.
It seems there is nothing else to be added to the meteorite dial option on the Rolex GMT-Master II 126719BLRO Pepsi, other than the fact that it joins an objectively narrow circle of unique Rolex replica watches to have ever been factory-fitted with a dial of extraterrestrial origin, and that it remains one of only a handful of components that Rolex is proud to use, yet has absolutely nothing to say about.
It’s worth noting that my friend and our senior editor bilal reminded me of the return of the blue dial of 18ct for the Gmt-master II Pepsi – on the oyster bracelet, of course. Now, 2019 will see the return of the amazing fake watch, albeit with a small crown added at 6 o ‘clock – a nuance that suggests the new 3285 caliber, updated internally, exceeds the 2018 3186. Still, platinum-free Pepsi could be a collectible in wine decades from now, but the market has tried to price that premium.

Rolex Day-date and President Bracelet

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Rolex’s Day-Date watches are simply known as the Rolex President. However, the “President” name is firstly referred to the semi-circular, three-piece link bracelet fitted exclusively on Rolex’s Day-Date replica watches, the “Rolex President” is probably the most commonly used nickname in the world of Rolex ownership.
In the same way that the Jubilee bracelet was originally associated with the Datejust collection, the President bracelet was designed exclusively for the release of the Rolex Oyster Perpetual Day-Date in 1956. From its debut, the President bracelet has only been fitted to the Day-Date and several precious metal versions of the Lady Datejust, and it has only been made of either 18k gold or platinum. Moreover, except the very first iteration, the President bracelet often come with Rolex’s Crownclasp – a special clasp design that gives a seamless feeling to the whole bracelet.
Speaking about the appearance, the President bracelet is a combination of the Oyster bracelet and the Jubilee. Instead of adopting flat-surfaced design like the Oyster bracelet, the President (which also employs a three-piece link design), uses semi-circular links that reflects the profile of the Jubilee bracelet. Despite the similarity in appearance to Rolex’s other two representative bracelets, the President bracelet has an easily recognizable design all its own, and is often used for reference by other brands throughout the replica watch industry.
In 1965, over 10 years after its debut, Rolex’s President bracelet officially received its now legendary name. At the time, United States President, Lyndon Johnson wore a yellow gold Fake Rolex Day-Date. To respect his choice in watch, the watch was solely made of precious metals. It was dubbed “the presidents’ watch” in a U. S. magazine ad.
At the beginning, the “President” name exclusively referred to the Day-Date’s bracelet; but due to their inalienable and inseparable relationship, Rolex began referring to the watch itself as the ‘Rolex President Day-Date Chronometer’ during the 1980s. The official use of the “President” name just for a short term, and Rolex has then returned to name the watch the Day-Date. Nevertheless, the President name is stuck, and has become a commonly-used name within the world of Rolex collecting and beyond.

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Kew Observatory Important part in Rolex History

Located in Richmond Upon Thames in London, England, the Kew Observatory known as the King’s Observatory doesn’t open to the public any more, only through the closest that you can get to it, but just a glimpse through high metal gates.
During its heyday, the Kew Observatory was a hub of activity. It was built in 1769 for King George III to visit the passage of Venus across the face of the sun. In the following century, the building was used as the National Physical Laboratory, mainly for testing replica watches movements and this is where the Kew Observatory was so essential in the history of Rolex.
Marine chronometers had played an important role in marine navigation because they could help find a ship’s position by way of celestial navigation. Invented by John Harrison in 1761, the marine chronometer became the gold standard in precision timekeeping. Actually, marine chronometers were significantly important to the rise of the United Kingdom’s Royal Navy, which was the world’s strongest navy from the mid-18th century until WWII.
In the first ten years of the 20th century, pocket watches and marine chronometers dominate the precision department. At that time, a reliable and accurate watch was nowhere to find. To give legitimacy to wristwatches, Rolex’s founder, Hans Wilsdorf embarked on a chronometer certificates mission.
Acquiring the Kew A certificate in 1914 was no doubt an important milestone for fake Rolex. However, that piece not only housed a specifically designed movement, but it was also a ladies’ watch. Since then, Rolex had attained Kew certifications for serially produced movements. Overall, the goal was to position the brand that capable of producing chronometric fake watches for men and women on a bigger scale.
According to author and Rolex historian, James M. Dowling, Rolex produced 145 movements over four years (late 1940s – early 1950s) to submit to Kew testing. Only 9 of them failed to pass, and the remaining 136 watches all won the Kew “Class A” certificate. The author claims that in these 136 Rolex watches, there were 112 steel Speedking models in man size and 24 larger 18k gold models. Featured with “KEW “A” CERTIFICATE” text on their dials, these extremely rare vintage Rolex watches are rarely seen out in the wild.
Nowadays, Rolex replica watches are famously chronometer-certified by the COSC in Switzerland, in addition to Rolex’s more strict, in-house ‘Superlative Chronometer’ inspection. However it’s important to remember that the English Kew Observatory was an early and significant stepping-stone in Rolex’s lifelong quest to make the most accurate mechanical watches possible.