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The more expensive the replica watch is, the more people want it

A stainless steel Patek Philippe Nautilus sells for almost as much as a solid gold Rolex, but it’s on sale for much longer. The federation of the Swiss watch industry is the main industry association of the Swiss watch industry, headquartered in Bienne, is a private non-profit organization. The FH noted that the Swiss fake watch association has been closely monitoring Swiss watch exports, which fell 10.7 % in June alone, “the first significant decline this year.”However, overall export values improved, suggesting that more expensive watches were most popular with consumers. 
Although they have been in production for several years now, dealers still have waiting lists of several years. Luxury replica watch firms may in fact take heart at this – legacy pieces of higher value that are more costly to make, and therefore command a higher price are also more representative of the image that most brands want to portray. Having more of such pieces in demand may create a halo effect, and finally lead to an uplift across their entire product range.
Nevertheless, when you take a view of another type of fake rolex watches, the opposite of this value proposition seems to be the real fact. We are talking about the Apple Watch – which, while not comparable to high-end mechanical watches in many respects, nonetheless stands for the largest challenge to most Swiss watch manufacturers – at least the ones who do not enjoy Rolex’s unassailable status in the marketplace.
Although it is a little expensive and released not too long ago, the new fake Batman GMT-Master II already has a multi-year waitlist.
Apple’s experience making a foray into the luxury market did not turn out rather well. In a new interview with Bloomberg, Apple’s chief operating officer Jeff Williams, who co-created the Apple Watch, tells us that sales of the much-vaunted 18-karat gold luxury version of the smart-watch significantly bombed.
It may have simply been far too ambitious with prices ranging from $10,000 to $17,000. However, we suppose it clearly demonstrates that the finest Swiss timepiece manufacturers have little to fear from the Apple Watch. As we’ve thought all along, it is far more likely that a man of taste and means will acquire an Apple Watch as a complement to – instead of a replacement for – his amazing replica Rolex.

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Big News: Production of the Rolex GMT-Master II Watch Has Been Halted

As most of you may already know, Rolex has launched a new stainless steel GMT-Master II watch at Basel world in 2020. Fans’ favorite GMT-Master II batman, named after its black and blue ceramic bezel, has been fitted with a new caliber and a new Jubilee bracelet.
While the launch of the GMT-Master II ref. 126710BLNR is big news, more newsworthy (and perhaps not well-known) is the imminent demise of a specific model of Rolex’s famous pilot series. Read on to see which GMT-Master II Rolex replica watches are about to be removed from the current catalog.
Rolex first introduced its ceramic bezel in 2005, which was mounted on the yellow gold GMT-Master II ref. 116718. It used to be an all-black bezel, because at the time, Rolex admitted that a two-tone ceramic bezel would be hard to produce (though that changed with the introduction of the blue/black ceramic bezel several years later). The all-black Cerachrom bezel later appeared on the stainless steel GMT-Master II ref. 116710LN.
So it’s surprising that Rolex no longer produce a monochrome black bezel (LN) in the GMT-Master II series, which has been in the catalog since the early 1970s. To date, all GMT-Master II bezels are available in two shades: blue and red (BLRO), blue and black (BLNR), brown and black (CHNR).
Take a closer look at the current Rolex GMT-Master II series and you’ll see two missing models: yellow Rolex GMT-Master II and two-tone yellow gold and stainless steel GMT-Master ref. 116713.
As a result, Rolex has completely stopped producing any yellow gold GMT-Master II (currently). It’s the first time fake rolex hasn’t produced a gold version of the GMT Master since the early 1950s.
At present, the only precious metal version of GMT Master II produced by Rolex is the GMT Master ref. 126719BLNR of platinum edition, the GMT Master ref. 126715CHNR of Everose gold edition and the GMT Master ref. 126711CHNR of two-tone Everose gold and steel edition.
Why Did Rolex Drop The All-Black Bezel and The Yellow Gold GMT-Master II?
Rolex is a notoriously secretive brand, and we’re not sure why it did it, but we have some theories.
One theory is that this is to differentiate the GMT-Master II series from the Submariner series. At first glance, a gold Submariner looks very similar to a gold gold GMT-Master II, given their similar size, dial layout, black ceramic bezel and metal bracelet.(also for gold and stainless steel models in two tones). So it’s easy to distinguish between the two popular fake r olex sports watches, with gold available only in the Submariner and Everose gold in the GMT-Master II.