This baby is a killer! I don’t know what it is about black and gold, but they look incredible side by side. I guess the magnification could be a little better, but I can’t really complain. The original costs about 25K so I’m pretty happy with mine. The movement is reliable, not noisy at all and the plating didn’t fade away till now.
Here are two of my favorite Daytonas. First, a yellow gold, white dial model which although not as striking as the Sub above, still is impressive. It’s nice and heavy on the wrist and above all, not too flashy considering it’s all yellow gold.
The second Daytona is only partially golden, having a black leather strap and a black bezel. Yellow gold and black do give an awesome contrast, but rose gold doesn’t fall much behind, especially with this kind of crisp chocolate dial. Certainly one of my favorites, so feel free to check out the full review here.
Gold Day Date
And lastly, but not least, a watch that originally comes made only of precious metals, the Day Date. Keep in mind that Rolex, despite its image, is considered to be one of the most conservative brands in watchmaking, so if they think it’s alright to make a watch out of solid gold, I think it’s alright to wear it. Even with that blinged out hour markers. On the right occasion, this baby will fit perfectly.
Full Gold Rolex Replicas – The Fold
I think the most important thing aspect of sporting anything that’s a bit flashy or whatever you want to call is to wear it with confidence. As in all walks all life, you’ll see a lot of prejudice so ultimately, if you feel good, that should be enough. As long as you’re not ostentatious and stand out too much, you’ll be fine, trust me on that. If you like gold, rose gold, stainless steel, two tone, even blinged out Rolex replicas, go ahead and put them on the wrist. People got away with much worse than that.
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