Rolex Rolex Rolex, Rolex Rolex; Rolex Rolex Rolex Rolex Rolex. Rolex Rolex, Rolex Rolex Rolex.
Oh, yeah, and Swiss fake Rolex.
Okay, now that the word has lost all meaning and even the most ardent fan boys are losing their minds because it looks like a made-up word, we can get down to business.
Today’s piece will be a bit of a departure for me. Anyone who knows me will know that I have never gotten bitten by the best quality replica Rolex bug.
Like Breitling, copy Rolex has never called out to me as a watch that I must have or that would be the pinnacle of my collection.
I honestly think the reason this is true is because of the downsides to being the most widely known cheap replica watch brand in the world: copying and overexposure.
The dark side of being well known is imitation, and imitation leads to overexposure in some ways. There have been hundreds, if not thousands, of different watches that have borrowed, copied, or straight up stolen designs from AAA quality replica Rolex watches over the years.
The newest trend is to call them homage wholesale replica watches (which I am not here to discuss). But, nevertheless, there are more Rolex-style watches than anything else. This results in the subconscious feeling that it isn’t anything special.
When you grow up at the lower end of the income bracket as I did, you end up seeing a lot of cheap imitations of nice products. This is the reason I also don’t care much for carbon fiber accessories, leather seats, or chrome anything: I spent so much of my life around very poor imitations of these very nice things that I’ve become conditioned to loath or detest them as, well, junk.
The sad thing is that the originals are great for a reason, which is why they are so heavily copied and imitated. The problem is that many of us are exposed, not to what was great, but what was poorly executed and conceptually stolen from somewhere else.
I have seen tons of “carbon fiber” phone cases that were barely worth the materials they were made out of. I have sat in hundreds of imitation leather seats that felt neither supple nor comforting, instead feeling sticky or cracked and disintegrating.
By this point, I have bought or seen thousands upon thousands of products that have been “chromed” only to have it feel plastic and fake – or, worse, have the “chrome plating” flake off like the chintzy, economical spray-painted coating it pretty much is.
So when it comes down to it, my first, fifth, hundredth, and maybe even thousandth experience with Rolex super clone for sale products were also with things that never made to the highest levels of quality that top fake Rolex represents.
This is also a critical point of note: my experience with best 1:1 fake Rolex (true Rolex) is definitely the epitome of modern product excellence. There can be no denying that. But the personal experience over my lifetime with things that remind me of Swiss replica Rolex, or that even claim to be Rolex but aren’t, is very poor.
The first, and second, Swiss made replica Rolex watches I ever held were actually nothing more than fakes owned by random people in my past. This, combined with seeing a lot of poor imitations, copies, and homages, naturally predetermined my opinions of luxury fake Rolex before I could even spend time with the real McCoy.
It kind of stinks that I would be prejudiced against something that, according to my own definitions of quality, stands head and shoulders above pretty much everything similar.
Lucky for me, then, at Baselworld 2015 Rolex replica online launched a new look for one of its models that, for the first time, I appreciate for itself instead of comparing it negatively against my past.
That watch is the perfect fake Rolex Day-Date 40.
Interestingly enough, I’ve even gone completely “nerd Rolex fan boy” and limited it not to the entire line of Swiss movement replica Rolex Day-Date 40s, but to just two specific references within the collection!
I can just hear 19-year-old me spouting some inanely juvenile comment about how I’m a lemming or something. Who knows what I was saying, I tended to mumble anyway.