New Fake Rolex Watches and Discontinued Models from Watches and Wonders

By | May 25, 2021

Over the past few years, one of the main talking points surrounding Rolex’s new watches has been the bracelet style of the GMT-Master II line. While nothing new has been added to this year’s lineup, the stainless steel model has a new bracelet option, which is probably the most controversial update from Rolex this year.
This helps distinguish it from the white gold model, which comes with an Oyster bracelet, and when the black and blue models get an update for 2019, the new ref. 126710BLNR also comes with a Jubilee bracelet. Until this year, it seemed that the fake Rolex GMT-Master II stainless steel models were equipped with Jubilee bracelets, while the two-tone and solid gold models were made with Oyster bracelets. However, this is no longer the case.
With that in mind, both watches are now available with either an Oyster bracelet or a Jubilee bracelet. Historically, buyers who wanted their “Batman” GMT-Master II to have an Oyster bracelet had to opt for the discontinued Ref. 116710BLNR, while those who wanted the ceramic “Pepsi” bezel and Oyster bracelet had to opt for the solid white gold model. Things are different now, as lovers of both bezels can now choose either the Oyster bracelet or the Jubilee bracelet on the stainless steel model.
However, just because there are now two bracelet options does not mean that replica Rolex makes twice as many stainless steel GMT-Master II watches. If anything, the total number of “Batman” models wearing the Jubilee bracelet has just been cut in half, as 50% of the black and blue GMT-Master II watches will now come with an Oyster bracelet. More options are usually a good thing, but for models that are already very popular, this could end up just making retailers’ waiting lists worse.
For the Rolex Daytona replica, there are now more diamond-set and meteorite dial options for some two-tone and solid gold references. This isn’t the first time a meteorite dial or diamond hour markers have appeared on Rolex’s legendary chronographs, but it does represent a significant expansion of the Daytona’s luxury options. Second, only to the Datejust, the Daytona is one of Rolex’s most diverse watch collections, and while it may have started as a humble track tool, it has continued to evolve to become one of the world’s most recognizable status symbols.