Important Distinctions Between Various Rolex Replicas
There are many distinctions between different Rolex replicas, including grades, weight, water resistance, jeweled movements, hacking symbol, gold quality, stainless steel, crystal, and warranty.
You will find that all these elements vary. Prices also vary, from $5 to thousands. While bargains do exist, remember the important rule that you usually “pay for what you get.”
It is very important to be informed about the different grades of Rolex Replicas -- learn how to tell them apart and know the related prices. There are 5 grades of Rolex replicas currently sold on the Internet. When shopping for replicas, you will mainly choose among Swiss (the best, Grade 1), Japanese (very good, Grades 2-4) and Chinese (the cheapest and worst, Grade 5).
The weight of your replica is important. You can usually recognize watches authenticity by weight. Remember that most high-end metallic watches are relatively heavy, and a genuine Rolex is noticeably heavy because of the quality of the materials. Therefore, it stands to reason that a high-grade Rolex replica will be heavier than a low-grade replica. If the watch is too light for its size, it's probably a lower grade and should be less expensive.
While people tend to make a big fuss about water resistance, it probably won’t matter unless you’re doing some serious scuba diving. However, you want to make sure your replica can withstand the morning shower. Swiss Rolex Replicas are the only ones that are water resistant to 100 feet (30m). The Japanese Rolex replicas will only make it 10 to 15 feet (3-5 meters) and please don't keep them underwater for any amount of time because water may enter the watch face and fog it up. Fortunately, if this occurs, you can reverse the fogging by putting the watch under sunlight for a few hours.
Movements refer to the motion of the jewels on a Rolex face – and there is, perhaps surprisingly, much debate about its measurement. Many sources report that the genuine Rolex has a 31-jewel movement, the Swiss is 27-25, Japanese is 25. However, ETA – a 200 year old Swiss company that specializes in making jeweled movements – contends that the highest possible range is 25. If you care about jewel movement, you should probably choose a Swiss or Japanese replica.
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