We are fresh off ’80s week, but that doesn’t mean it isn’t still top of mind. We covered the movies, the culture, the music, and the watches from the tubular decade – everything from Casio to a Tissot Rock Watch to, of course, two-tone. While the ’80s undoubtedly made two-tone a star, many modern releases show that it isn’t dead. In fact, you could make the argument it’s making a small comeback.
Enter this Hands-On from a couple of years back with a release from black ceramic bezel copy Rolex nobody saw coming: A two-tone gold and steel case replica Rolex Sea-Dweller.
That’s right: Rolex’s most toolish tool-watch got the bi-metal treatment, and our own James Stacey was there to break it all down, with some stellar images to boot. This cheap Rolex Sea-Dweller replica watch is a great example of how the best days of two-tone may yet be ahead of us.