Almost everyone knows Rolex Day-Date, but do you know why it has been called President watch? After its appearance in 1956, Rolex Day-Date caused repercussions in the watchmaking industry for it was the first wristwatch in history to display the date and day of week spelt out in full in a window on the dial. Today’s model is a fake Rolex with white gold case. In addition to inheriting the distinctive character of the original model, it is also created with the many advanced technologies patented by Rolex. Although the brand still emphasizes the practicability and low-key, the shinny diamonds densely paved on the dial will catch your eyes easily.
It seems to be just a classic Rolex Oyster Perpetual Day-Date, in fact, it has its own striking style. The imitation watch with diamonds paved bezel features a dial densely paved with diamonds, which looks noble and charming. It is not a easy job to engrave all these jewelries as Rolex always assemble its dial by hand to ensure the perfection. This model is no exception. What’s more, with the art and craft of a jeweller, the stone is placed and meticulously aligned with the others, then firmly secured in its platinum setting, ensuring that the gems are in the precise alignment of the height and their orientation and position are correct. Till now, I think you will understand why Day-Date is always every expensive.
The black enamel Arabic numerals hour markers are in a striking contrast to the background, guaranteeing the optimum legibility as well as the white gold hands. This dazzling copy Rolex Day-Date has been equipped with calibre 3155, a self-winding mechanical movement, providing a power reserve of 48 hours. Its accuracy has been guaranteed by reliable movement that entirely developed and manufactured by Rolex.