Things We Could See from UK Best Fake Rolex in 2022
A “Coke” GMT Master II? An updated fake Rolex Milgauss? What’s in store from the Crown this year?
2022 is shaping up to be a doozy. It’s been three freakin’ years since we’ve had a live, in-person, Swiss replica watch industry get-together — the type where we watch-nerd-writer-people descend upon Geneva to eat exhibition-hall sushi and mainline espresso for 16 hours a day so that we can tell you people how the luxury fake watches are in person. (Because God only knows most of them won’t be available for purchase at retail from an authorized dealer. That would be too much! )
Last year, if you recall, was fairly subdued: We did get a return to the old 36mm UK cheap fake Rolex Explorer — plus a two-toned version — and a new Explorer II, in time for that model’s 40th anniversary. Could this year yield more fireworks?
As usual, our guess is as good as yours. (Well, that’s not quite true — we’re paid to do this sort of thing. We’re professionals, okay? Sheesh.) But we do have a few educated guesses. So join us on a journey into the theoretical, a trip into the magic horological kingdom of the Crown, a thought experiment in—
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An updated Rolex Milgauss replica online — or, a discontinued Milgauss
The best 1:1 fake Rolex Milgauss is that kid who keeps getting held back and has now done Senior year of high school five times. Why do we say that? Because while everyone else has been upgraded to the 32XX-series movement, the Milgauss still uses the older 31XX series. It got a blue-dial version in 2014, but other than that, it’s sorta just…been chillin’. If Swiss made replica Rolex were to fit a new version with a modified 32XX-series movement on par with the METAS standards in anti-magnetism — 15,000 gauss — it would also be better poised to compete with copy Omega’s Master Chronometer movements. What do we say, folks? Eh?
Of course the other thing to do would be to nix this model from the catalog entirely. It’s now an oddball watch rarely seen in the wild — at least in the North American market — when compared to its sports super clone watch cousins. It’s not necessarily that it’s too niche; after all, the AAA copy Rolex Explorer II was made for spelunkers and people who never spelunk freakin’ love that thing. It’s just that, as a 3-handed, time-only watch for $9,150, it occupies kind of a weird place in the high quality replica Rolex catalog. Maybe it’s time for it to go gently into that good horological night?