It’s really a thing of marvel how the Rolex Company keeps coming up with fresh designs to keep their fans, like me, continuously interested in their products. Makers of fake Rolex watches have been very busy too keeping up with the innovation of Rolex and that is why I’ll always have Rolex replica review blogs for you. As you might have already guessed, I’ll be doing a fake Rolex Sky Dweller review today.
There are many things that are classic Rolex about this watch and a few things that are quite unique too. In this Rolex Sky Dweller replica review, we’ll be going through all of it, so let’s get started.Table of Contents
I’ll start this fake Rolex Sky Dweller review with the classic Rolex features. The Rolex Sky Dweller replica is almost entirely golden and this is a direction Rolex chooses to go a lot of times when they don’t go the stainless-steel route. You can probably tell it’s a Rolex from 20 feet away. The magnifying glass over the date window is also something we’ve seen from other Rolex watches but it’s something I still really like in this replica Sky Dweller Rolex. Some watches really make you squint just to be able to tell the date.
The gear like bezel with repeated Rolex word motif on the inside of it instead of chronometer markings is also a common Rolex design. The crown is highly polished golden with the Rolex crown logo embossed on it. It is something that amuses me often, having a Rolex crown logo embossed on a Rolex watch’s crown. That’s about it for the things on this watch that you would normally expect from a Rolex watch.
Now for the part of this fake Rolex Sky Dweller review that shows how the watch is different from other watches and even from other fake Rolex watches. First, the hour marks are numbers that go clockwise and are oriented at angles except for the 12-hour mark which is replaced by the Rolex crown logo. I’m not sure I like the fact that numbers 5, 6 and 7 are practically upside down. They really look regal though and they glint even more than the highly polished golden all around.
There is a wheel window at the lower part of the dial which counts up to 24 hours. This is part of the very complex mechanism from Rolex that makes the watch a dual time zone watch. The red arrow points to the “home time zone” and it never changes regardless of where you are. Unfortunately, it truncates the 5, 6 and 7-hour marks of the watch and I’m not very happy about that either.
The hour, minute and second hands are stainless steel with cutouts to reduce their weight and it also looks good. There are rectangular cutouts just under the hour markings that look nice but essentially are of no use that I can see.
My fake Rolex Sky Dweller review would be incomplete without talking about the movement. Unsurprisingly, it features a Japanese Miyota kinetic movement which is exactly what I expected. I guess you could say this is also one of the classic Rolex features but this is a Rolex Sky Dweller replica review and not a review for an original.
To cap off this fake Rolex Sky Dweller review, let’s talk about how the watch handles on the wrist. Needless to say, it is a manly watch. And it shows sophistication and style and is one of the better fake Rolex watches for men. It really catches the eye.
The bracelet is also classic Rolex design. It is 200mm long and 22mm wide. It is highly polished gold ending in a Rolex crown logo engraved deployment clasp. The original watch was one of the most highly anticipated watches in 2012. And five years is not a long time when it comes to watch technology. So, I would rate this watch 90% just for delivering on all the aspects it set out to do.