Once I played around with the “bi-wristual” nature of the cheap fake Rolex GMT-Master II, I felt emboldened to play around with the gorgeous black and green Cerachrome ceramic bezel. I am a big fan of all of UK luxury replica Rolex’s often soft-drink nicknamed bi-color bezel work, but this color combination is by far my favorite (so far). Again, without thinking about it too much, I flipped the bezel 180 degrees, and left it there because I liked how it looked.
This is another case of intended use meeting personal inspiration. As issued, the perfect fake Rolex GMT-Master II, regardless of which wrist you wear it on, presents the black half of the bezel up top and the green half on the bottom with the arrow in the 12 o’clock position. And yes, as a diver, I am probably more cognizant of the intended use of a rotating bezel (of any stripe) than most. But, c’mon, who doesn’t like to play around with that thing?
I’ve gotten into the habit of leaving the bezels of my dive replica watches online dialed into the bottom-timing position of my last scuba adventure as a kind of memento of the event, so who says you can’t wear a colorful bezel like this any way you want to?
Upside down, split down the middle, at a rakish chromatic angle? With a color combination this strong, I say, have at it. Change it every day if you feel motivated; develop your signature way of wearing it. It doesn’t have to help indicate a second time zone. You’re the one who sweated out the waiting list: Let your freak flag fly.
Okay, I’m stepping off the soapbox. But I did find my experiences with the 1:1 fake Rolex GMT-Master II UK to be a bit of a revelation and an impetus to rethink how, in general, I wear watches. And, though the watch world is still testing out a nickname to nail the landing for it, my personal nomination for the AAA replica Rolex GMT-Master II is the “Ambi-Destro.”
Inspiring further visual experimentation with the choice of a stainless steel Oyster or Jubilee bracelet, the new 40mm calibre 3285-equipped Swiss made replica Rolex GMT-Master II retails for $11,050.