Replica Rolex Oyster Perpetual

The 2015 Rolex Oyster Perpetual watch comes in 39, 34, 31 and 26mm case size dimensions and in five different dial colors. Solidswiss.cd watchmakers start working on this new Swiss replica watch project.

Solidswiss.cd Swiss watch replication team must decide which case size will finally go to production. The 39 and 31mm sizes are more likely to be produced.

Also another major factor for the production of this new Swiss replica watch is 100% dial color and finish replication. These new dials have a sunlight brush effect and their production is no easy task. When this new watch gets the green light for production then Solidswiss.cd will announce the analytic technical specs of the new Rolex Swiss replicas.

Rolex in Baselworld 2016 published the classic model Oyster Perpetual Cosmograph Daytona table. This early 60s of the last century available to watch the Formula One racing heart water choice. …
Rolex in Baselworld 2016 published the classic model Oyster Perpetual Cos
Mograph Daytona watches. This early 60s of the last century available to watch the Formula One racer heart water choice, now separated by a full 50 years once again reproduce in front of everyone.

Oyster Perpetual Cosmograph Daytona equipped with Rolex’s own research and development of the 4130-type movement, and access to the Swiss official certification of recognized certification, the accuracy is evident.

 

Rolex Milgauss replica is a pioneering anti-magnetic watch.

As a significant example of Rolex innovation, the Rolex Milgauss replica is a pioneering anti-magnetic watch, which also offers many iconic traits such as the lightning bolt second hand, and so on.

Rolex Milgauss also used the new 07-year hot topic of green glass, combined with electro-optic blue dial to create a more lively brisk vision, the watch from the front of the mirror is transparent colorless, metallic luster blue dial Into the immediate, but from the side you can see the mirror glowing special green luster, with the 2007 edition of the famous design: orange lightning second hand, and large luminous time scale and orange minutes scale, a strong color contrast to this only The table sector of the “scientific Frankenstein” increasingly steal the spotlight.

Powered by automatic movements which are resistant to magnetic flux density of 1,000 gauss, the quality Rolex imitational timepieces are also offered with extreme durability and precision.

Milgauss combines the French word for “Mille” with the international unit “Gauss” of magnetic induction, which directly exposes the ability of diamagnetic 1000 Gauss, the press release also mentioned in Geneva, the European Organization for Nuclear Research (CERN) Of the scientists also wear Rolex’s Milgauss.

As the magnetic devices are covered by metal case, so the use of the central dial of the orange lightning second hand point out the extraordinary features, but also in recent years, Milgauss characteristics.

Cartier with a rich heritage

Cartier is a classic among luxury watches with a rich heritage. No matter how many new and intriguing brands may appear on the market, this traditional timepiece will always be representative for style and precision. In the summer of 2015, you can wear your beautiful Cartier Tank Solo on relaxed getaways, at cocktail parties at your friend’s beach houses and even at more official events. It is a versatile watch that goes very well both with a suit and with a white polo shirt and blue-jeans.

The beautiful Cartier brand has always managed to impress us with its collection, but there’s no wonder they always create something amazing when it comes to watches as their background is in jewelry. Whether they want to do something elegant or something completely extravagant, they manage to gain popularity for all of their products. The beautiful line of Calibre de Cartier is also an amazing collection that has made a lot of people fall in love with the Cartier brand. The watches have a great mechanism but most importantly look like veritable pieces of jewelry themselves. The Cartier Calibre de Cartier original watch comes with a beautiful silver dial with 18 k gold bezel and self-winding automatic movement. It has a 42 mm case with an adjustable bracelet.

The sixth difference is the design surrounding the numbers; the rectangles at 3 o’clock, 6 o’clock, 9 clock’ and 12 o’clock are framed with black while the ones on the replica watch are simply white. The seventh difference is the fact that under the brand name on the genuine clock the word Automatic is written while on the replica watch the space is empty.

Luxurious Replica Rolex Watches

Watches are no longer a time keeping machines at present, they are fashion accessories especially for men. Well known for their fashion appearance, exquisite workmanship, sophisticated function and high-performance durability, brand replica watches are also impressive for their expensive price tags. Not every one is able to own his/her favorite watches. Even the rich are hard to own all their coveted timepieces. This facilitates the existence of replica watches which will be sharply cheaper than those original ones.

A Rolex watch is one of the most luxurious timepieces in the world. The name alone is synonymous with wealth and luxury. Due to its popularity, the Rolex watch is often counterfeited and sold to unknowing customers who think that they are getting the real thing at a good price. However, it is possible to spot these fakes and avoid purchasing them. All it takes is a thorough knowledge of the Rolex brand and a dose of common sense.

Check the “made in” sign. Most Rolex watches are made in Switzerland, which is indicated by a “Swiss Made” sign near the bottom of the watch. If the manufacturer’s mark on your watch says “made in China” or any other country with a reputation for producing cheaply-made products, you would be wise to avoid purchasing it.

Listen for a ticking sound. If the watch ticks, it’s a fake. A true Rolex does not make a traditional “tick-tock” sound like most watches.

 

 

New Oyster Perpetual

I always prefer Rolex watches with a clean and simple design which is why I always wear my Rolex Explorer. Just recently Rolex introduced a few 36mm Oyster Perpetual models which had impressive dials (Red Grape, White Grape and Steel Grey.

But the thing is, many men consider the 36mm a bit small. I for one, am one of them. This is why I rarely wear my 36mm Datejust. For a man like me, this size of watch looks quite small. Maybe soon I will get the Rolex Datejust II.

Just recently in 2015 the watchmaker company has made it easy for people who don’t particularly like the lightning hand or the short minute hand which is a feature of the Explorer. It created the 39mm Rolex Oyster Perpetual, alongside the Yachtmaster in Everose Gold and of course the Day Date 40mm.

In my opinion the rhodium with blue accents are the most manly of the options but it won’t be really shocking to find some men wear the Red Grape Rolex Oyster Perpetual.

Few companies have been so consistently identified with the pursuit of excellence, the quest for the absolute, the discovery of original approaches and innovative solutions. Rolex watches have proved themselves from the start in the most extreme conditions imaginable – from the depths of the deepest oceans to the summits of the highest mountains, in the air and on the race track. And to ensure that all Rolex watches can live up to these high expectations, every single one is tested to extremes before it is allowed to leave the Rolex site.

Rolex Oyster Perpetual Air-King

The Rolex Oyster Perpetual Air-King was gone – did you notice that? We are sure many of you did, at the least, when we covered its replacement, the 2015 Oyster Perpetual at BaselWorld last year… But worry not, if you missed its brief absence, as the Rolex Oyster Perpetual Air-King is back for Baselworld 2016, and in a few interesting ways. While it may not have the sex appeal or luxury cache as pieces like the new Rolex Daytona or Rolex Datejust 41, it’s actually been more of a surprise for a few of us, as it is not exactly something we would have expected to see from Rolex.

New 2016 Rolex Oyster Perpetual Air-King Watch Hands-On Hands-On

Though, what is a truly unusual design decision to come from Rolex is the one that resulted in a mix of hour and minute markers on the same scale. Rolex is rightfully proud of its amazing history of tried and proven tool watch designs that have made it to the deepest and highest spots on our planet. The new Rolex Oyster Perpetual Air-King with this dial design is one that appears to be a bit of a misfit in that range of tool watches.

Although one will not find the storied AirKing in Rolex literature and catalogs, its replacement, the Rolex Oyster Perpetual, is a fine watch with a provenance that was the underlying basis for the Rolex AirKing. Come to Fourtané and see all the dial styles and sizes.  Be careful, once you try one on, its easy to find it way into your collection.

 

Rolex Oyster 36

The Rolex Oyster 36 came out in 2014, and was, almost immediately, taken for granted, which if you stop and think about it, is in a funny way a compliment to the watch.It’s simply a very solid watch, and since its whole identity is to be the paradigmatic everyday watch – reliable, classic, versatile, accurate, and dependable; the sort of thing an actual spy might wear, especially the sort whose stock in trade is to go unnoticed – flying under the radar is sort of exactly what it’s supposed to do. But like so many steady, steadfast things in life, there’s a lot of dignity and even beauty in the Oyster 36, if you pay attention.

Rolex Oyster 36 Hands-On: Grape Flavored Oyster: The Rolex Oyster 36 With Red Grape Dial Hands-On: Grape Flavored Oyster: The Rolex Oyster 36 With Red Grape Dial P5050305

The movement’s certainly a solid one, and a reminder of just how much more you get from Rolex at this price point chronometrically than you do from virtually all their competition: the manufacture caliber 3130, chronometer certified, with Parachrom balance with Breguet overcoil, adjustable balance bridge, and free-sprung balance with Microstella balance screws for adjustment of rate.

Now if you want a version of this watch that has all the understated, just-the-facts-ma’am, poker faced, Joe Friday quality for which so many Rolexes are famous, you can have this watch in steel with a grey dial and you won’t have a moment’s regret; you’ll own a watch you can look at every day for the rest of your life, with a fantastic movement that’s all sorts of bang for the buck, that will give you all the pride of ownership you could possibly ask for in a mechanical watch. But why not have, you know, a little fun.

n 1933, the combination of gold and steel Rolex was registered under the name Rolesor. Three years after the launch of the Oyster Perpetual in 1945 the model was introduced in Rolesor. He was an instant success, reaching to distinguish the status of a legendary clock, with the naked eye. Today Rolesor Datejust is available in various combinations: white steel, yellow gold or Everose.

For Rolex, stone property is the expression of a complex art form, and high labor productivity, which has earned its reputation through a fine art and creativity.

Rolex Oyster Perpetual

In 1972 the final Quartz Date watches from the single run of 1000 were sold and Rolex abandoned the Beta 21 and began with a clean slate designing their own quartz movement and a totally new watch to house it. Over five years of research, design, and development went into the 5035/5055 movement that would eventually power the Oysterquartz. The end result is arguably the finest quartz movement that has ever been made.

In moving away from the First Generation quartz technology that characterized the Beta 21 and other early quartz movements, Rolex recognized that two key elements to superior accuracy in quartz timekeeping would be needed in their new quartz movement: A higher frequency oscillator and some means to negate the effects of temperature change on the stability of the oscillator. Consequently, the oscillator used in the 5035/5055 was four times as fast as that used in the Beta 21 and the module was one of the first quartz movements to utilize analog thermocompensation. Oscillator stability over a wide temperature range was accomplished through the use of a thermistor to sense ambient temperature.  Data from this sensor is sent to the electronic control module which then regulates the voltage to the quartz crystal, adjusting its rate accordingly.  In addition, a rate trimmer is employed on the circuit board which enables the movement to be manually “fine tuned” during Rolex’s notoriously rigid internal testing and adjustment, something every Rolex movement goes through before being sent to the COSC for “official” chronometer certification.  The rate trimmer also allows for manual  adjustment when the movement is serviced to compensate for the frequency drift that comes with the aging of the quartz crystal.

Even though the technology of quartz wristwatch timekeeping has moved beyond that found in the 5035/5055, this movement still remains one of the most “over-engineered” quartz movements ever produced and clearly carries on the Rolex tradition of solid engineering, superb finishing, and understated beauty. Advancements in technology have yielded quartz modules with superior accuracy, but when it debuted, the 5035/5055 only had one true rival from a technological standpoint: the 2.4Mhz Omega 1516 movement used in their famous Marine Chronometer wristwatches of the mid 70s.  But from the standpoint of “build quality” and finish (anglage, perlage, and Geneva stripes), the 5035/5055 still reigns supreme, something that is not likely to change in the foreseeable future.

Besides being a Rolex – considering the impact of the brand on the industry, this could be itself a proper category of watches – the Rolex Oyster Perpetual sits right in the middle of two main types of watches. It’s neither a dress watch, nor a sports watch. We like to call it a casual watch. It’s like a Levi’s 501. You can mix it with your ugliest grey hoodie or with a white shirt. The same goes for the Oyster Perpetual. You can wear it during weekends with a pair of sneakers or during the week with your suit and tie. That’s the watch made for the non-collectors, in the sense of those that are not accumulating timepieces. It’s simple, very qualitative (it’s a Rolex) and it could be your next and only watch for the 30 years to come. Of course, aficionados will find it boring and that’s why Rolex comes with new editions for 2015, with more colorful dials.

2015 Rolex Oyster Perpetual 39mm - 8

On the wrist, the 2015 Rolex Oyster Perpetual 39mm is, as said, a perfect daily-beater for those seeking for a qualitative, robust and discreet watch. As the diameter and thickness are reasonable, it feels comfortable and it looks good in every situation. It is the definition of a casual watch.

Rolex Milgauss History

The Milgauss was designed as an antimagnetic watch specifically for those who worked in power plants, medical facilities, and research labs. Before Rolex released the Milgauss, scientists and other like professionals had a serious problem; an electromagnetic field greater than 50 to 100 gauss would greatly disrupt the timing of a watch. Therefore, they either had to deal with a dysfunctional timepiece, or simply not wear a watch. However, the release of the Milgauss changed that. Tested in the 1950s by the European Organization for Nuclear Research (CERN), the world’s pre-eminent particle physics laboratory, it was determined that the Milgauss resisted magnetic fields up to 1,000 gauss. This was a huge technological advancement, not only for Rolex, but for the scientific community. CERN was one of the first scientific institutions to test the Milgauss, however other scientists and institutions soon followed.

The original Milgauss was very similar in appearance to the Rolex Submariner, a very popular style for the brand. The original Milgauss features an oversized case and bezel, complete with the patented Twinlock crown, and a riveted Oyster bracelet. A special orange lightning bolt second hand has come to be one of the most recognizable features of the Milgauss. Combined with the watch’s bezel, the second hand can be stopped when setting time to ensure precise time setting. It is still featured on current models.

 

Rolex Milgauss 116400

The reliability and precision of an ordinary mechanical watch can be affected by a magnetic field of 50 to 100 gauss. But many scientists are exposed to much higher magnetic fields during the course of their work. Rolex’s solution was the Milgauss, created in 1956, the first watch of its kind. Hence the name of the watch, mille being French for thousand.

History of GMT-Master

Although the GMT-Master was designed essentially for professional use, its combination of peerless functionality and rugged good looks has attracted a wider travelling public. As well as appreciating its ability to display different time zones, these travellers admire the robustness and versatile appearance that make the GMT-Master eminently suitable for globetrotting and, indeed, for any occasion.

he Rolex Oyster Perpetual Date GMT Master is part of the Rolex Professional Watch Collection. Designed in collaboration with Pan American Airways for use by their pilots and navigators, it was launched in 1954.

An updated Rolex GMT Master II was released in 2005. This new model features a number of technical changes, such as Rolex’s patented Parachrom hairspring as well as a larger Triplock crown (from the diver’s watches). The new model also has several cosmetic changes, such as larger case, hands and hour markers and also a new bezel made using an extremely hard ceramic material that is designed to be more scratch and fade resistant. Also included in the update is a new and more luxurious style of bracelet that has heavier solid links and a machined clasp. The stainless steel version now joins the precious metal versions by having highly polished centre links on its bracelet, which gives the watch a more dressy appearance but can be prone to scratches when used as an everyday watch.