Cartier Tortue Watches

September 20, 2016 by  
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The Cartier Tortue is one of the first designs that distinguished the shape of watch cases from the traditional round shape. Recognisable and generous, the silver dials Cartier Tortue copy watches house the powerful Cartier calibre 9602 MC, a manual winding mechanical movement that is visible through the sapphire case back.

The 18K rose gold case is polished and charming enhanced by a beaded crown set with a faceted sapphire. With a size suitable for most wrists, the black Roman hour markers replica watches are complete with comfortable brown alligator straps controlled by rose gold folding clasps easily.

Cartier Tortue is a classic watch, dating back to 1912, now available in a new series. You could say that it has stood the test of time, along with the other Cartier special-shaped watches, such as the Tonneau, Baignoire and Crash watches. The name Tortue comes from tortoise, and the shape is roughly inspired by this animal, though the original domed watchglass that suggested the curving shell of the tortoise has been abandoned for a more modern, flatter and more attractive flat glass. Its lines, slimness, relatively large dial and delicate curves make it immediately recognizable.

Rolex watches –A unique style

September 2, 2016 by  
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For 2016, Rolex  Air King added a new member to the Pearlmaster watch family with the Rolex Day Date here in a range of interesting stone-decorated varieties. This is exactly the type of replica watch that allows Rolex to both earn its merit among certain audiences and, at the same time, annoy fans of the brand mostly interested in their more classic sport Rolex  watches.

This new  Rolex Day Date model is distinguished by excellent legibility combined with an original display of various indications – starting with the aesthetic sophistication of the lunar cycle symbolized by its four main phases depicted in red gold and swept over by a gold hand. The blued hands on the other counters provide the chronograph indications, while red gold-plated hands point to the hours, minutes, seconds and date functions. Like all Rolex watches in the website, this elegant polished pink gold chronograph featuring an exclusive display and an excellent quality-price ratio has undergone 500 hours of testing in the Montblanc Laboratory, a guarantee of reliability.

At 39mm wide, the new larger Rolex Day Date 39 case loses the “Lady” designation and now feels like something that men would feel comfortable wearing. There are going to be plenty of people on this post complaining that no man should be seen wearing this timepiece, and I won’t argue with them, as that is a matter of taste. These would not be my first choice of the Rolex watches, but the bold colors and beautiful detailing simply got me curious about wearing them.

Rolex Air-King

September 2, 2016 by  
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The new Rolex Air-King, which was re-launched at Baselworld 2016 after a two year break, finally got to the stores. We have paid a short visit to the biggest Rolex dealer in Turkey – Rhodium for a full review and brief information.

The importance of the Rolex Oyster, which joined the legendary flight over the Mount Everest in 1930s, is undeniable. The “Air” series started in 1930s which are considered as the golden years of aviation, moved on with different variants like Air-Lion, Air-Giant, Air-Tiger and finally Air-King. The only model managed to survive is the Air-King which was first launched in 1945.

The Rolex Air King, often nicknamed the “Warrior Watch,” was initially made for The British Royal Air Force with battle tough practicality and durability. While the Air King is very simple in style, its clean and classic look draw many admirers and buyers.

The new Air-King which featured a sportier-than-ever look was one of the most important updates of Rolex besides the Cerachrom bezel stainless steel Daytona.

The Rolex Explorer

September 2, 2016 by  
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Rolex Explorer history began when Tenzing Norgay stepped onto the summit of Mt. Everest alongside Edmund Hillary with a Rolex Explorer strapped to his wrist (although the watch did not yet bear this name). As one of the first watches to reach Everest’s peak, the Explorer quickly became synonymous with the extreme climb. In later expeditions, Rolex was always the official supporter, equipping climbers with their own Explorers, cementing the history of the Rolex Explorer as the watch of choice for mountain climbers and other adventurers.

Later, the Mercedes hands were also added. After the Everest expedition of ’53, the name Explorer was inscribed on the dials of the 6350. The watch was made to be especially strong and able to withstand extreme temperatures, as a dangerous mountain climbing adventure would require. In 1959, Rolex replaced the Explorer 6150 with the 6610, which had a more flattened back than the previous model. Then in 1963, this model was in turn replaced by the 1016. The 1016 was more water resistant than the 6610 and also had a new movement, the Cal. 1560. The 1016 stayed in production for 26 years, in which time it evolved quite a bit and eventually became the 14270, the Explorer II, in 1971. The history of Rolex Explorer II, like that of the Explorer, is laden with stories of adventure seekers using the Explorer II during their journeys.

The 14270 surprised Rolex lovers with its extreme variation from the previous model. The case and dial were very different, the crystal was sapphire, and the movement was Cal. 3000. Rolex fans missed the classic, sporty feel of the 1016, although they appreciated the more modern and elegant tones of the 14270. In 2001, Rolex replaced the 14270 with the 114270, which was Cal. 3130. The history of the Rolex Explorer and the Rolex Explorer II is full of adventurous stories and explorations.