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Getting to Know about Rolex Oyster Perpetual Replica Watches

There are many reasons to fall in love with the Rolex oyster permanent watch. Whether you’re drawn to the beginning of a long and fruitful life of prestige or to the company’s modern designs for classic oyster watches, its practical design has stood the test of time. Considered the bread and butter to the Genevan-based manufacturer’s long line of technically-focused and incredibly robust timepieces – the Oyster Perpetual is halfway between gorgeous and sporty, thus making it the amazing everyday watch that appears good on the wrist whether paired with a professional business suit or a polo shirt.
The hermetically sealed case of the Rolex Oyster Perpetual enabled Rolex founder, Hans Wilsdorf to realize his dream of making a wristwatch that was just as indispensable and just as reliable as a pocket watch. To many watch connoisseurs, the Rolex Oyster Perpetual cannot be mentioned without it sparking enthusiasm for its revolutionary patented case system, featuring 100-meters of water resistance. But there are many facts that make the legacy of the Oyster Perpetual watch all the more fascinating.
The story of the Rolex Oyster Perpetual fake watch began in 1926 when the company changed the history of traditional watch manufacturing, reinventing the codes of Swiss timekeeping forever. The Oyster case was formulated by Rolex’s technical team of experts and engineers, who desired to create a robust and hardy housing for one of their mechanical movements.
The fluting was used to screw the bezel onto the middle case with a particular tool exclusive to Rolex, and even though the design of the replica watch has changed and no longer requires fluting to completely secure the bezel onto the case, the beauty and appeal of the fluted bezel design endures.  
Despite the fact that the replica Rolex Oyster Perpetual marked an important moment in the history of modern watchmaking, the term “Oyster Perpetual” often appears in a number of other Rolex watch models like the Submariner, GMT-Master, and Daytona. In Rolex terminology, “Oyster” refers to the fact that the winding crown and caseback screw down for water resistance, and the term “Perpetual” means that the movement is self-winding.
Heralding a new era of convenience and full functionality, Wilsdorf believed the Rolex Oyster Perpetual watch had to go above and beyond the realms of traditional Swiss watch manufacturing in order to get noticed and offer the wearer something more desirable in a timepiece. The self-winding mechanism features an oscillating weight that winds the mainspring as it rotates the whole day – without the wearer ever having to unscrew the crown. This unique system was a true work of art and ingenuity by Rolex, rotating 360 degrees with the natural movements of the wearer’s wrist to generate its power.
Apart from its reliable and water-resistant qualities, the Rolex Oyster Perpetual watch offers a clear and exact time display, an example on which Rolex would build their astounding reputation in the years that followed. 1945 marked the year that the Rolex Datejust was born – the first-ever self-winding chronometer wristwatch to feature a date display on its dial; and 1956, witnessed the arrival of a new flagship watch: The Rolex Day-Date President. While the Datejust adds a date complication, and the Day-Date adds a day and a date complication, both watches share the same main design DNA as the original Rolex Oyster Perpetual.
Other fake Rolex watch collections built upon the core design of the classic Oyster Perpetual watch to create purpose-built timepieces, specifically designed for certain sports or environments. The replica Rolex Submariner adds a rotating timing bezel and increases the water resistance to allow it to be used for scuba diving, while the Daytona features a tachymeter bezel and a chronograph complication which enables users to use it to measure elapsed time, or gauge speed and distance.
A series of other technological advancements have accompanied the Oyster Perpetual’s particular design over the years, consisting of the company’s first movement to feature their patented Blue Parachrom hairspring, which Rolex claims is ten times more resistant to shocks than traditional hairsprings.