Replica Rolex Day-Date Watches in 5 Colors

Cheap Rolex’s most buzzed-about new release at Baselworld 2015 was the Rolex Day-Date 40, a larger version of the classic 36-mm Day-Date with an all-new movement. However, fans of the original Day-Date still have plenty of options at the more modest size, including the five recently launched models we showcase below, all with 18k yellow gold, 18k white gold, or 18k Everose gold cases and available in several colorful dial-strap combos.

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The cases all measure 36 mm in diameter and are milled from a solid block of gold. These Rolex Day-Dates all have dials that match their leather straps and represent a veritable rainbow of colors. There are five combinations available: green and cognac dials and straps on the watches with yellow-gold cases; blue or cherry on the cheap replica Rolex watches with white-gold cases; and chocolate on the watch with Everose gold case. (Everose gold is an exclusive, high-purity alloy made by Rolex that has a smattering of platinum in the mix.) There is also a more traditional version in Everose gold featuring a rhodium dial and black strap.

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The cases, which measure a rather modest 36 mm in diameter, are milled from solid blocks of 18k gold and have fluted casebacks hermetically screwed down with special tools used exclusively by Fake Rolex watchmakers. The screw-down crown is fitted with Rolex’s Twinlock double-waterproofing system. The fluted bezel surrounds a scratch-resistant sapphire crystal with a Cyclops lens — a hallmark of the Rolex Day-Date — magnifying the date in the window at 3 o’clock. The dials have a sunray finish and the hands and appliqué indices are made of the same gold as the case.

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These colorful Rolex Day-Dates are powered by Rolex’s manufacture Caliber 3155, an automatic movement and certified COSC chronometer. The blue Parachrom hairspring (Parachrom is another Swiss Replica Rolex-exclusive alloy) in the movement’s oscillator is built to resist the influence of magnetic fields and withstand extreme temperature variations. According to Rolex, this type of hairspring is also 10 times more shock-resistant than the traditional type. Among the movement’s other attributes are a large balance wheel with variable inertia, a Breguet overcoil, a stop-seconds function for precise time-setting, and a power reserve of around 48 hours.

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The colorful straps, which create a monochromatic look paired with their matching dials, are of alligator leather and have 18k gold folding clasps outfitted with Rolex’s Crownclasp system, which allows easy adjustment of the strap length. Prices on the five Rolex Day-Dates range from $23,000 to $25,000.

 

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— We take a closer look at the meaning of some of the inspired collection names that are now part of horological history.

De Grisogono, Carrera Panamericana, Chopard, Altiplano, El Primero

The name of a Rolex Replica watch collection is often the first thing people know about it. Watchmakers have long since grasped the importance of making the right choice in this respect.

Anyone who has already faced the delicate task of naming a model will know just how hard it is to get it right. The name has to mean something. It must also sound good, be easy to memorise and also tell a story. It must embody the product but also evoke dreams. All of which gives some idea of the new challenges watch brands face for each new collection. Some background details on these iconic names that meet all the criteria leading to success.

Altiplano, a natural choice

Whereas Piaget first unveiled its expertise in the field of ultra-thin watchmaking with the 9P calibre launched in 1957, it was not until 1998 that it created the Altiplano collection. Above and beyond the technical prowess displayed by the Maison in the ultra-thin domain, the name Altiplano is a success story in its own right, inspired by the “high plateau” stretching for more than 1,500 kilometres at the heart of the Andes mountain range. These landscapes perched at an average altitude of 3,650 m – a figure echoed by the 3.65 mm thickness of the super-slender Altiplano 900P – feature a surface that is infinitely smooth, windswept and devoid of any artifice. Beneath it lies a wealth of copper, silver and even gold. Piaget could not have hoped for a more appropriate name for this collection that pushes the boundaries of infinite thinness.

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Altiplano, red gold, 38mm and 34mm models.
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Allegra, the jewellery TAG Heuer Replica watch from father to daughter

While people often wonder what creative fairy may have bent over the proverbial cradle of Fawaz Gruosi, the founder of de Grisogono did not in this instance have to look any further than his daughter Allegra for the name of one of his emblematic collections. Initially introduced as rings and earrings, the Allegra collection now includes a watch featuring a design clearly inspired by a cuff bracelet. These joyful, playful models embody the quintessence of the de Grisogono spirit: unbridled creativity, self-assured femininity, along with an immoderate taste for colour and for precious stones… From father to daughter.

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Allegra S09.
© de Grisogono

L.U.C, a return to roots

LUC is not a first name, nor indeed a name as such… These are in fact the initials of Louis-Ulysse Chopard who created his L.U.C manufactory in Sonvilier in 1860. Although it was taken over by Karl Scheufele III in 1963, the firm remains strongly attached to its roots. It was in tribute to the company founder that Chopard Manufacture was established in 1996 in Fleurier (Canton Neuchâtel) to produce its L.U.C movements that have become synonymous with innovation, precision and reliability.

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L.U.C Lunar Big Date.
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Carrera, more than just a race

Well before becoming a Panerai Replica watch, it was a race: one of the most dangerous of them all, one of the legendary sports events that, long after the end of their story, leave an indelible imprint on collective memory. TAG Heuer drew inspiration from the Carrera Pan Americana in christening its chronograph launched in 1963 and which has since become an authentic watchmaking legend. Considered the world’s most prestigious car race, the Carrera Pan Americana was held just five times, between 1950 and 1954. Five days of driving along 3,300 kilometres across Mexico forged the reputation of this competition that has come to be considered as the most demanding road race of all time. Since 1988, cars are once again tearing up the tarmac in the modern version of this race, whose 28th edition sponsored by TAG Heuer will take place in October 2015. Blending high standards, sporting challenges and the spirit of adventure, the Fake Rolex watch has inherited all the characteristics that have shaped a legend. Undeniable assets and a name that makes its mark.

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Carrera Panamericana Special Edition.
© TAG Heuer

The aptly named El Primero

What makes a name successful? Its evocative power? The meaning it gives to the product? Simply called El Primero because it was indeed the first of its kind, El Primero was initially a calibre – the first-ever automatic chronograph. Released by Zenith in 1969, it was built around a column wheel and a central rotor mounted on ball bearings. Since then, the calibre has given its name to an entire collection that is interpreted according to the keynotes that have built the reputation of this iconic movement: precision and performance. Since the year when Mankind achieved the feat of walking on the moon, this exceptional horological creation has been proudly encircling the wrists of aficonados the world over – often surprising them as if it were their very first time!

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El Primero 410.
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Dual Time 2015 – Rolex Replica Watches Sale

Best Fake Rolex Watches — A must-have for any traveller!

Using just the power of light, the Astron GPS Solar Dual Time connects to the GPS network and tells time with atomic clock precision, adjusting at the touch of a button to your time zone. Now, with the new Dual-Time caliber, you can read not only the Patek Philippe Replica time where you are, but also the time in your home time zone on a simple 12 hour sub-dial with a separate AM/PM indicator.

In addition, the day of the week is displayed in a retrograde display at the 2 o’clock position,  with the date at the 4 o’clock position. The date is correct every day until February 28, 2100, thanks to Astron’s Perpetual Calendar and the operation of the Breitling Replica watch is made simple by the electronic setting function in the crown.

Best Swiss Fake Rolex Watches For Sale – 2015 Best Quality

— A transparent analysis of the past May Geneva auction season including a reply to Ben Clymer’s question on Hodinkee “is now the best time to buy a 2499, or the worst?”

Aurel Bacs


By now most of us are preparing for the summer break and finally find the time to think about and analyze the state of the market for fine and rare collectors Rolex replica watches. First of all, I can hardly remember an auction season that has been so eagerly anticipated as the series of sales that took place in Geneva this past May. Not only were there really amazing and über-rare watches on offer (and also many not so good ones…) but for the first time there were four auction houses wanting a piece of the cake. Besides Antiquorum, Christie’s and Sotheby’s (in alphabetical order), Phillips in Association with Bacs & Russo made its debut in the arena.

Let me start with the good news first: in terms of participation, sell-through rates and results, it was one of the most successful and animated seasons ever, with over US $ 60 million of sales and a number of new all-time world-records established. Many insiders who carefully studied the catalogues expected such positive results but a large number of players also wondered if the market was hungry enough to absorb the large number of Replica Watches on offer. Also, some observers asked themselves if the absolute number of watches coming to the auction market every season wasn’t too limited to properly fill four auction catalogues and hence diluted the quality of the sales.

Then, late April, some two weeks before the Geneva auctions, my dear friend, well-informed market observer and Hodinkee founder Ben Clymer asked openly in an article “Is now the best time to buy a 2499, or the worst?”, opening Pandora’s box and prompting one of the most animated discussions, on-line and off-line, about the state of the market. Unusually, the four auction houses each offered a Patek Philippe reference 2499/100 for sale, the last generation of the venerable manufacturer’s all-time legendary model. Would this be good or bad for the market? Were their enough bidders out there to bid, and to bid strongly, on all four of the watches? Opinions varied, with some saying that this is the beginning of the end, while others suggested that it is always good to buy a 2499, regardless of the circumstances.

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Patek Philippe Ref. 2499/100 Fourth Series retailed by Tiffany & Co, sold by Antiquorum for CHF 471,750.
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With delight I can report that all four watches sold, and sold well above their estimates. Antiquorum sold their Tiffany-signed example for CHF 471,750 (estimated at CHF 300,000/500,000). Phillips achieved even more with the Beyer-retailed specimen fetching CHF 533,000 (against the same presale estimate). The next day Christie’s achieved a highly appropriate CHF 650,000 (against an estimate of CHF 400,000/800,000) for their mint example and lastly Sotheby’s sold their Gobbi-signed example for CHF 382,000 (against an estimate of CHF 200/400’000). Certainly, the four watches weren’t identical in terms of condition and completeness but with an average price of over CHF 500,000, one should rather think of all time record levels than crisis! It shows that the appetite for fine and rare vintage TAG Heuer Replica watches is greater than ever before and the political turbulences around the world aren’t stopping collectors from pursuing their passion. In fact, it is rather the contrary.

Consequently, we have seen at all auctions the same pattern. The greatest pieces were fiercely fought over by the world’s leading collectors and dealers while the average (and below-average…) quality struggled to reach the low estimate or even failed to sell. This may appear as bad news – but actually it isn’t. As mentioned in my past articles, collectors around the world are very well informed and do their homework before bidding. Since the offerings at the four auction houses weren’t at the same level of quality, we have seen mixed results. In terms of performance, we could observe sold-rates going from anywhere around 70% to close to 100%! Also, the different propositions meant that the sale totals and average lot values couldn’t be more different: Ranging from less than CHF 7 million (Antiquorum) in global sales with an average lot value of less than CF 20’000 to Phillips with sale totals at some CHF 30 million, averaging at over CHF 140’000 per watch!

The other good news is that we have seen beautiful results across the board, regardless of the maker, model, vintage or price level, showing it is no longer the classic “Federer-Nadal-Wimbledon-style final” between Patek Philippe and Rolex. Certainly, there were some results which stunned the market, be it the CHF 4.6 million paid for the spectacular stainless steel Patek Philippe single-button chronograph (Phillips) or the Audemars Piguet minute repeating wristwatch at Christie’s fetching over CHF 600’000. The new world-record for any Rolex ever sold at auction, the ex Eric Clapton “Albino” Daytona selling for over CHF 1.3 million (Phillips) made headlines but the General MacArthur Jaeger LeCoultre Reverso at Antiquorum reaching CHF 87’500 was a memorable moment, too. The pattern is always the same: collectors are seeking quality, expressed by condition, rarity, originality, provenance and freshness to the market.

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1927 Patek Philippe single button chronograph, sold for CHF 4,645,000 by Phillips.
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Also antique (pocket-) watches enjoyed a solid performance with many notable results, demonstrating that we are not only looking at a phenomenon linked to wrist Cartier Replica watches.

Certainly, Rolex continues to be the hottest name in terms of audience, as demonstrated by the themed Glamorous Day-Date Auction staged by Phillips where an exceedingly rare example in platinum (Ref. 6612 from 1958) fetched CHF 473’000, setting a new absolute world-record for any Day-Date ever sold at auction. But when looking at the top-ten lists published by the auction houses, one can spot a number of other names, showing that the market is more varied and open-minded than ever before.

So, we have all the good reasons to look forward to our summer holidays and expect an even more interesting fall auction season, as I expect all players (sellers, buyers, dealers and auction houses) will do their analysis and adapt their strategies to this 2015 reality – already understood by some, by others maybe soon.