Is the new steel 1:1 fake Rolex GMT-Master II with a black-grey bezel boring or beautifully monochromatic?

Outside of younger collections like the 1908, it was very hard to find the novelty in this year’s perfect replica Rolex Watches and Wonders 2024 releases. Yet arguably one of the most boring was also possibly one of the strongest propositions: the new luxury fake Rolex GMT-Master II ref. 126710GRNR. A sequel to the 18k yellow gold and yellow Rolesor (two-tone) models launched last year, the 126710GRNR not only offered the new black-grey ceramic bezel combo in full stainless steel for the first time. It also importantly, depending on your tastes and preferences, filled the void left by the discontinuation of the all black-bezelled GMT-Master II with a new more monochromatic option. The question aaa quality replica Rolex fans were left with was is this GMT-Master II too boring? Or, is it beautifully monochromatic and wonderful to have such an option back in the catalogue again?

The case
There is absolutely nothing new about the case of the high quality replica Rolex GMT-Master II ref. 126710GRNR. Rolex, known for incremental updates, has yet to perform another evolution of tweaks as it did with the Submariner in recent years when it shed its Maxi case in favour of a more vintage-like and trimmed-lug 41mm case. Honestly, this is great news because there is, aside from whether or not you take issue with the thicker lugs, nothing proportionally wrong here. Rolex super clone for sale is an industry leader in offering robust, handsome sports watches that are lean for the category, hitting the sweet spots across the various dimensions: 40mm in diameter, around 12mm thick, and 48mm lug-to-lug. For most, this is perfection for such a design, and I absolutely loved how it sat and wore on my wrist – even as a lover of my smaller top fake Rolex Datejust 36 that I find to be my personal Goldilocks size. Oh, and just to cover all bases, it remains 100 metres water-resistant with a Trip-lock screw-down crown.

The dial
The glossy black lacquer of the dial once again perfectly matches the black of the Cerachrom bezel. The bolder applied indices, iconic Mercedes handset, lollipop running seconds hand, and arrow-shaped GMT hand all remain as they were – offering ample luminescence in the dark. What is new, or rather returning, is green ‘GMT-MASTER II’ text and a green-coated stem for the GMT hand. I have gotten pretty darn good at anticipating the conversation around a copy watch, but I was very surprised to see just how many people objected to the green accents in its design. To be clear, this sentiment is by no means indicative of the majority or minority with any sort of certainty. But it was a comment that arose, both within the Time+Tide team and in the broader watch community. I’ll circle back with my thoughts in a bit once we reach the verdict below.

The bracelets
Speaking of contention and debate, Borna and I recently went head-to-head – I fighting on behalf of #teamjubilee and Borna #teamoyster. The good news is the Swiss movement fake Rolex GMT-Master II 126710GRNR, like its other siblings, is offered on both bracelets – although the Jubilee will set you back US$200 more at retail. Both are great options, who are we kidding here? The Jubilee does formalize the look a bit, while the Oyster bracelet feels a little bit more grounded with less flashiness. Aesthetic bias aside, I personally find the Jubilee is more comfortable due to its increased articulation. With more links of smaller size, there is a particular silky quality to the Jubilee as it wraps around the wrist. It also aerates the wrist better with its gaps. That being said, for a configuration that leans into a more stealthy vibe due to its lack of more bold colours, I could understand why some may find this more at home on the Oyster bracelet. Both, of course, feature an Easylink clasp that allows you to extend the bracelet approximately the length of one link on-the-fly should you wish.