Extraterrestrial Material Equipped in their Day-Date Rolex Replicas

Most Rolex watches are easily recognizable mainly thanks to the brand sticking to certain special design standards, whether that’s the case size and shape, bracelet type, and bezel style. What’s more, Rolex replica watch collections are also varied and that’s mostly due to the various dial options available to the consumer. The Rolex also has in its catalog some very funny dial materials such as semi-precious stones and even space rocks, along with standard colored metal dials! Today let’s see an intriguing Rolex Day-Date equipped with a meteorite dial. 
To create their meteorite dials, Rolex uses material from the famous Gibeon meteorites. Named after the Namibian town it was found in, the Gibeon meteorites fell to earth during the prehistoric times, covering an area stretching 171 miles long and 62 miles wide. The indigenous Nama people had been taking the meteorites to create tools and weapons for generations and in 1838, English explorer James Edward Alexander came across the material during his travels. He sent some samples back to London where renowned scientist John Herschel confirmed their extraterrestrial origins.
Specially cherished for its crisscross-like Widmanstätten pattern, the replica Rolex treats the Gibeon meteorite material with an acid wash to stress its design prior to making the dials. The meteorite dial on this Rolex Day-Date model adds a captivating look and fascinating texture to any Rolex replica watch it is used in. Nowadays, strict Namibian laws protect the meteorites, thus these famed rocks can no longer be taken from where they lie.
One unique model that Rolex showcases these rare meteorite dials is on the ultra-prestigious platinum fake rolex Day-Date watch, which is still a part of Rolex’s current catalog. This Rolex President features a 36mm case, smooth domed bezel, and the well-known President bracelet with semi-circular links.
We see the feature date window at 3 o’clock on the dial—magnified by the Cyclops lens on the crystal—together with the full day of the week displayed on the window at 12 o’clock. The funning thing, rather than hours, there are Arabic numeral minute markers, further accompanied by a duo of diamond indexes at 6 and 9 o’clock. The Day-Date 36 model runs on the fake Rolex Caliber 3155 automatic movement with 48 hours of power reserve.