THE MOST POPULAR FAKE ROLEX EXPLORER II BLACK

The perennial ‘modern versus vintage’ debate is one among these disputes that regularly split opinion across the full spectrum of fans. However, few would argue that the watchmaker’s present models are superior technically to their predecessors, with many of them evolving through some decades of unrelenting improvement, certain factions grumble that the original Rolex essence has been lost in more recent times. What were once the best tool watches for serious professionals and a match for the cruelest environments on the planet, whether above ground or deep underwater, were becoming seen more as marks of wealth and success; jewelry, in other words. 
It is obvious that the latest generation of replica Rolex’s sports models is their most capable stuffs. But the all-consuming popularity of the brand as a status symbol have left some die-hards reminiscing on the good old days when you were more likely to see one of these critically trustable instruments on top of a forbidding glacier than around a boardroom table.
When a prototype of the watch that would continue to become the first Explorer accompanied Hillary and Norgay to the highest point on earth, the fake Rolex’s association with the pioneering explorers of this world goes back to the middle of last century. The successful summiting of Everest in 1953 laid the groundwork for more than 60 years of innovation that has today led to one of the brand’s purist and most underrated offerings.rolex
The Explorer was among the first of Rolex’s line up built for serious professionals and today stands alongside the Yacht-Master as the only watch in the catalog with two versions running at the same time. Much like those nautically themed offerings, the Explorer and Explorer II are completely different animals.
Launched in 1971, the original Explorer II replica watch was aimed at adventurers whose lives play out at the very extremes of the earth. The bright orange GMT hand and 24-hour bezel meant wearers could tell at a glance whether it was day or night. For those spending weeks in subterranean caves or their summers exploring the poles where the sun never sets, becoming disoriented is practically ensured. The now iconic ‘Freccione’ (Italian for ‘arrow’) hand circles the watch once a day, pointing out the hour on the engraved bezel markers. 
Only available with a black dial and sporting its ‘phantom hands’, this version is highly sought after on the pre-owned market by the most immovable of fake Rolex advocates, who cite it as one of the last of the tool watches to stay absolutely true to the brand’s origins.