Rolex replica watch is known for its classic and traditional timepieces.
The very first Rolex Yacht-Master replica watch was the 11628 in 18kt yellow gold with a white dial. The Yacht-Master was designed for the seas and had a design very similar to that of the Rolex Submariner. The Rolex Yacht-Master was positioned as the luxury fake watch version of the Rolex Submariner. Despite its triplock crown, the Rolex Yachtmaster watch only has the ability to reach underwater depths of 320 feet and was clearly not made to accompany divers on their underwater adventures. Simply put, the Yacht-Master fake watch is for above water, while the Submariner is for under water needs.
The Rolex Submariner is available with a diameter of 29mm, 35mm, or 40mm. It is also available in steel and platinum, steel and yellow gold, or just yellow gold. While the original 18kt yellow gold Rolex Yachmaster replica watch was introduced in 1992, Rolex continued to introduce new version of the Yacht-Master for the next several years. In 1994, the ladies and midsized Rolex Yacht-master replica watch were introduced, both in 18kt yellow gold.
According to Rolex, the Yacht-Master fake watch is the “watch of the open seas.” The Rolex Yachtmaster is different from the Submariner, Daytona, and other Rolex tool fake watches because the Yachtmaster was created to be a luxury version of these watches. Rather than featuring a ceramic bezel like these tool watches, the bidirectional rotatable 60-minute graduated bezel on the Yachtmaster is either 18kt gold or 950 platinum. It allows the wearer to measure the sailing time from one buoy to another.
In 2010, Rolex introduced the Rolex Yacht-Master II replica watch, which was designed for professional sailors. With a diameter of 44mm, this replica watch has a commanding presences. It is available in 18kt yellow gold, stainless steel and everose gold, or stainless steel and platinum. The white dial also displays a 10-second countdown and a small seconds dial. The Yacht-Master II fake watch also has on-the-fly synchronization, which allows the watch to precisely time the official starting procedure of the race.