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Rolex Oyster Perpetual GMT Master II Replica Watch

The Rolex Oyster Perpetual GMT Master II replica is a stylish, very functional high-end luxury watch from the Swiss watchmaker. Sophisticated in both appearance and operation, it is a beautiful replica watch that somehow manages to come across as modest and understated. With a long and interesting history, the Rolex GMT Master II is one of the most popular of Rolex Professional model watches.

The Rolex GMT Master II replica has a 24-hour hand and an independently adjustable 12-hour hand allowing you to simultaneously check the time in any two time zones. This feature was originally developed during the early days of trans-Atlantic flights for Pan Am pilots, who used GMT time during flights, allowing them to simultaneously monitor both GMT and local time. With the watch’s movement becoming more sophisticated over the years, it now allows the standard hour-hand and the date to be set independently of the other hands, allowing for very smooth and simple movement from one time zone to the next.

Features include:

• 24-hour hand (see below).

• Automatic movement (caliber 3185) with an approximately 50-hour power reserve.

• Waterproof to 100 metres/330 feet.

• Bi-direction rotating bezel. Rotating the bezel in either direction enables you to quickly and easily track a third-time zone without having to reset the hour-hand.

• Scratch-resistant sapphire crystal.

• Screw-down crown (the Rolex GMT Master II utilizes the Twinlock crown).

• Magnifying date “cyclops” for the date window.

• White gold hands and hour markers.

• Sold stainless steel case and bracelet, which uses actual screws to fasten the links together, rather than friction pins.

• Luminescent hands and hour markers.

• Flip-lock clasp.

 

The Rolex GMT Master II‘s GMT feature is usually used in one of two ways. First is the technique the Pan Am pilots used, which is to keep track of both GMT and local time simultaneously. The second method, more commonly used by travelers as opposed to pilots, is to set the 24-hour hand and the 12-hour hand to the same hour while in your “home” time zone, then adjusting the hour-hand and date either ahead as you travel east, or back as you travel west. The GMT Master II’s movement is unique, in that it allows you to adjust the hour and date backward just as easily as forwards.

While the Rolex GMT Master II replica is easy to use, some explanation is required. First, the crown has four separate positions. The zero position is all the way in and screwed down. To get to the first position, simply unscrew the crown and let it pop out away from the threads. You cannot set the watch with the crown in the first position, but it can be wound manually (about 30 partial clockwise rotations will wind the spring sufficiently). Typically, you then want to move the crown out to the third and last position, which allows you to set the minute hand and the 24-hour hand. At this point, don’t concern yourself about the date and hour hand. Once the minute hand and the 24-hour hand are in position, push the crown all the way back in to get the watch started again (don’t screw the crown down just yet), then pull the crown back out to the second position, or one in from the last. This is where you set the hour hand and the date. Turn the crown in either direction until the date and the hour hand is accurate, then you’re done. Push the crown all the way back in, and screw it down. When traveling, unscrew the crown, pull it out to the second position, then move the hour hand either forward or backward depending on which direction you are traveling in. Keep the hour hand and the date synchronized with local time, and use the 24-hour hand to monitor the time back home.

To fully appreciate the Rolex GMT Master II, there are a few important features of its movement which you should understand:

1. When setting the hour-hand and date, the crown can be turned in either direction, allowing the watch to be set forward and backward. Most replica watches are designed to only run in one direction and can be damaged if setting them backward.

2. When setting the hour and date, the watch keeps running, allowing you to adjust the watch to a new time without losing any time on your watch. If you are setting the second hand and the 24-hour hand, however, the watch does stop, allowing you to make time adjustments down to the second.

3. If setting the hour hand and the date, the date will change at precisely midnight, rather than gradually changing over a period of hours.

Some people actually prefer the fake Rolex GMT Master II‘s GMT movement over traditional movements due to its ease of use – once understood – and its flexibility, even when tracking multiple time zones isn’t required.

The only weak spot about the Rolex GMT Master II replica is the clasp. Overall, the watch has a solid feel to it that exudes quality and craftsmanship – until you get to the clasp. Rolex replica tries to make the clasp invisible by stamping a pattern into it so that it blends in with the bracelet. Clasps are an important part of a watch and, it may be argued, should be emphasized and celebrated in their own right, not camouflaged. Another thing is the fact that the clasp is too thin and cheap looking. Although there are rarely problems encountered with it, and the Oysterlock bracelet is generally very well respected, the clasp looks cheap and a little silly to some people. That being said, however, it’s rare that you will ever find a watch with which you love every aspect of it. So overall, the issue with the clasp is minor – as long as it stays fastened.

In your hands, the solid stainless steel feels like satin, and the movement feels tight and precise while adjusting the hands. The bezel is easy to rotate, yet firm and the sapphire crystal is perfectly polished. Since Rolex manufactures their own movements (unlike most watch makers who purchase them from other companies) the inside of a Rolex is as well crafted as the outside.

The Rolex replica GMT Master II is available with a black or brown dial and with three different bezel styles: black, red and black, and the classic blue and red. The Rolex GMT Master II is selling for about $4,525 at the time of this writing, and don’t expect bargains as the price is almost never discounted. If you’re shopping for a Rolex GMT Master II make sure you are dealing with a reputable authorized Rolex dealer, and make sure that all the paperwork is in order.

If you’re looking for a very good looking, high quality, subdued watch to accompany you on trips across multiple time zones, you will not be disappointed with the Fake Rolex GMT Master II.

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Rolex watches

Rolex SA is a Swiss manufacturer of mostly mechanical wristwatches and accessories renowned for their dependability, prestige, and cost. Rolex watches are considered status symbols by many. Rolex is the largest single luxury watch brand by far. BusinessWeek magazine ranks Rolex 71st on its 2007 annual list of the 100 most important global brands, top among all watchmakers.

Rolex History

Rolex SA was founded in 1905 by the German Hans Wilsdorf and his brother-in-law, Alfred Davis. Contrary to popular belief, Hans Wilsdorf was neither Swiss nor a watchmaker. Wilsdorf & Davis was the original name of what later became the Rolex Watch Company. They originally imported Hermann Aegler’s Swiss movements to England and placed them in quality cases made by Dennison and others. These early wristwatches were then sold to jewelers, who then put their own names on the dial. The earliest watches from the firm of Wilsdorf and Davis are usually marked “W&D” – inside the caseback only.

Hans Wilsdorf registered the trademark name “Rolex” in La Chaux-de-Fonds, Switzerland in 1908. The word was made up, and its origin is obscure. One story, which was never confirmed by Wilsdorf, is that the word “Rolex” came from the French phrase horlogerie exquise, meaning exquisite watch industry. Another is that the name was chosen to indicate movement when spoken in English.

The Wilsdorf & Davis company moved out of the United Kingdom in 1912. Wilsdorf wanted his watches to be affordable, but taxes and export duties on the case metals (silver and gold) were driving costs up. From that time to the present, Rolex has been headquartered in Geneva, Switzerland, though the company owns facilities in other cities (Bienne, etc) and continents (North America, Asia, Australia, etc).

The company name Rolex was officially registered on 15 November 1915. It is thought this change was part of a drive to popularize wristwatches, which at the time were still considered a novelty largely for women (pocket watches were more common). Wilsdorf was said to desire his watch brand’s name to be easily pronounceable in any language. The company name was officially changed to the Rolex Watch Company during 1919. It was later changed to Montres Rolex, SA and finally Rolex, SA.

Rolex SA is a foundation initiated and originally funded by Hans Wilsdorf and the Aegler family. According to foundation documentation, the Rolex SA company can never be sold, nor traded on any stock market.

Other innovations from Rolex

Among the company’s innovations are the first waterproof watch case; the first wristwatch with a date on the dial; the first watch to show two timezones at once; and most importantly the first watchmakers to earn the coveted chronometer certification for a wristwatch. To date, Rolex still holds the record for the most certified chronometer movements in the category of wristwatches.

Another little known fact is that Rolex participated in the development of the original quartz watch movements. Although Rolex has made very few quartz models for its Oyster line, the company’s engineers were instrumental in design and implementation of the technology during the late 1960s and early 1970s. In 1968, Rolex collaborated with a consortium of 16 Swiss watch manufacturers to develop the Beta 21 quartz movement used in their Rolex Quartz Date 5100. Consequently, after five years of research, design, and development, Rolex engineering efforts finally culminated in the “clean-slate” 5035/5055 movement that would eventually power the Rolex Oysterquartz – arguably the finest quartz movement that has ever been made.

The first self-winding Rolex watch was offered to the public in 1931, preceded to the market by Harwood which patented the design in 1923 and produced the first self-winding watch in 1928, powered by an internal mechanism that used the movement of the wearer’s arm. This not only made watch-winding unnecessary, but eliminated the problem of over-winding a watch and harming its mechanism. Rolex was also the first watch company to create a truly waterproof watch — another milestone from novelty to functional timepiece. Wilsdorf even went so far as to have a specially made Rolex watch attached to the side of the Trieste bathyscaphe, which went to the bottom of the Mariana Trench. The watch survived and tested as having kept perfect time during its descent and ascent. This was confirmed by a telegram sent to Rolex the following day saying “Am happy to confirm that even at 11,000 metres your watch is as precise as on the surface. Best regards, Jacques Piccard”.

Rolex has also made a reputation in watches suitable for the extremes of deep-sea diving, aviation and mountain climbing. Early sports models included the Rolex submariner, Oyster Perpetual Sea Dweller 2000 (in 1971). This watch featured a helium release valve, co-invented with Swiss watchmaker Doxa, to release helium gas build-up during decompression. Another sports model is the Rolex GMT Master II, originally developed at the request of Pan Am Airways, to assist pilots in transcontinental flights. The Explorer and Explorer II were developed specifically for explorers who would navigate rough terrain — such as the world famous Everest Expeditions.

On the more glamorous side, Ian Fleming’s James Bond character wore a Rolex Oyster Perpetual in the series of spy novels. In the early EON production Bond films, Commander Bond wore a Rolex Submariner. However, for the Bond films starring Pierce Brosnan and the film with Daniel Craig, James Bond’s standard issue watch is an Omega Seamaster. This is due in part to Omega being open to jointly promote their association with the films’ producers.

In a famous murder case the Rolex that a victim wore on his wrist eventually led to the arrest of his murderer. When a body was found in the English channel in 1996 by a fisherman who caught the body, and the 4.5 kg anchor attached to it through the victim’s belt, in his net about 10 km from the English coast, a Rolex wristwatch was the only identifiable object on the body. Since the Rolex movement had a serial number and was engraved with special markings every time it was serviced, British police traced the service records from Rolex, and Ronald Joseph Platt was identified as the owner of the watch and the victim of the murder. In addition British police were able to determine the date of death by examining the date on the watch calendar and since the Rolex movement had a reserve of two to three days of operation when inactive and it was fully waterproof, they were able to determine the time of death within a small margin of error.


Rolex Watch models

Rolex SA has three watch lines: Oyster Perpetual, Professional and Cellini. Among modern Rolex Oyster watch models are the:

•  Air-King
•  Date
•  Milgauss
•  Datejust
•  GMT Master II
•  Explorer
•  Explorer II
•  Submariner
•  Sea-Dweller
•  Daytona Cosmograph
•  Day-Date
•  Oyster Perpetual
•  Yacht-Master
•  Yacht-Master II
•  President

The stainless steel Rolex Daytona has become one of the most sought-after watches of all time. Dealer waiting lists can run from three to seven years and there are reports of collectors paying up to $15,000 for the privilege of owning this exclusive watch, though it is not uncommon for jewellers to rake up the profits themselves by buying the watches and selling it on, hence it is rumored that Rolex has dropped the infamous waiting list.

The primary bracelets for the Rolex Oyster line are named Jubilee, Oyster and the President. Rolex “dressy” watches are from their Cellini line. The third brand in the Rolex empire is the less expensive, but high quality, Tudor brand. It was established by Rolex founder, Hans Wilsdorf, in 1946. While still sold in Europe and the Far East, the Tudor line was discontinued in the United States as of 2004.

Rolex is the largest manufacturer of Swiss made certified chronometers. In 2018 more than half the annual production of COSC certified watches were Rolex.


Rolex Replica Watches

Like many high-priced, brand-name watches, Rolex watches are one of the most counterfeited brands of watches available and can be found illegally being sold on the street and the internet. These fake Rolex watches are mainly produced in Asian countries such as India and mainland China (EU figures show that 75% of fakes seized in 2018 originated in China), and retail anywhere from $5 upwards to $1000 for high-end Rolex replica watches fabricated in gold. By some accounts, over 75% of all replica watches produced annually are copies of Rolex Oyster Perpetual designs. These fake watches have been nicknamed “Folex” or “Fauxlex”, or “Trolex” in Spain (trola means fake in Spanish).

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In choosing a replica watch to wear, whether it be an ultra high-end Patek Philippe watch, or a RolexOmegaTAG Heuer, Breitling, Movado, Seiko, Swatch, Timex, or any replica watch in between, we are all sending a subtle message about our personality.

If you meet an Italian on the street the first thing they will look at, according to popular myth, is your shoes. The second thing will be your watch. Most of us don’t inspect ourselves each morning preparing for chance meetings with Italians, but in choosing a watch to wear, we are all sending a subtle message about our personality.

This is hardly news to women who are used to these kinds of decisions, but for men, who rarely think about such things, it’s all the more telling, because it’s one of the few expressions we’re allowed.

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Before you clap your hand over your wrist, it pays to know that most Americans (much to the dismay of European watch manufacturers) think of watches as something with which to read the time. This widely held misconception actually works in your favor. Those who haven’t realized the immense communicative and stylistic potential of a wristwatch are more than likely walking around with one of those plastic drugstore jobs, giving you all the more satisfying when you wear something worthwhile.

A cynic might point out that the most important reason people buy expensive watches is to impress others. As much as watchmakers would like to protest that their creations are intensely personal items, there is obviously some of this at work. The best Swiss replica watches are naturally impressive items, all the more so if they are large and made of precious metal. It would be impossible to describe this kind of watch without mentioning a Rolex watch, first because they are so recognizable and, secondly, because they have become so associated with success. Many are the executives and entrepreneurs who have celebrated their “arrival” with one of these watches. Large gold watches are certainly bold, but how others perceive them all depends on how they are worn. One need not leer like Alec Baldwin in Glengarry Glen Ross, boasting that his gold Rolex watch “costs more than your car.” The practice of wearing the watch loosely, so that it more readily peeks outside your shirt cuff is another not-so-subtle display tactic that probably says more about the person that the watch itself.

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The display is something watch manufacturers naturally encourage – reason, perhaps, that watches have grown to such epic dimensions in recent years. Big watches put the wearer at the cutting edge of a trend. Many of the largest look their best on someone with big arms, but the argument can be made that simply wearing the thing will build muscle on its own.

At the other end of the spectrum are the understated, classic timepieces. These watches, although they can be more expensive than eighteen-karat gold heavyweights, are much less ostentatious. The fine level of detailing on the case and the dial is indicative of their quality of construction. Wear one of these and you’ll only get knowing looks from like-minded individuals who have sophisticated taste in watches.

It seems today as if sophistication (literally) is at the forefront of fashion in watches. Complicated watches – the mechanical watches with extra functions – have always been the apples of watch collectors’ eyes. But now everyone seems to be picking up on their flavor. Unusual dials with hands and indicators on every available surface hint at mechanical complexity, which, in turn, seems to confer an aura of “being in the know” on the wearer. At the very least, you’ll have a watch that’s very interesting for you, and everyone else, to glance at.

There’s something about a watch with a dial so complicated you have to really look at it. After you focus in on the different dials, you get a feeling for all the complexity that went into it.

People aren’t just buying one watch anymore. Like Italy, American customers are getting more accustomed to buying watches for specific activities, events, and even outfits. The Watch industry has become increasingly specialized, with watches for just about everything under the sun. So, a man will buy a diving watch, another watch for wearing at the office and still another luxury watch for going out at night. A woman, on the other hand, might buy watches for those same things, but also buy a funky colored watch to go with an outfit or a watch with a great watch strap to match a purse or shoes.

It’s not unusual to have a collection of five to ten men’s watches or women’s watches for casual, elegant evening, sports, fun and for technical use. Gone are the days when you wore the same watch all day, every day, for your entire life. replicamagic.to is a very nice looking replica store that offers a very large selection of fake watches.

Here at the Watch Source Guide, we provide you with all the information you need for making an informed decision when purchasing your watches. We also have included other useful information on topics such as the care and maintenance of watches, accessories such as watchbands/watchstraps and watch winders, various types of replica watches available (quartz watches, mechanical watches, diving watches, sports watches, pilot watches, etc.), a buyers guide to watches and information on some of the better-known designer watches on the market.

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