The silver Rolex Datejust with diamonds markers and its two rows of diamonds on the bezel is a superbly designed watch. For me it is the definition of elegance. I have always wanted this model and dreamed of wearing it. Sadly, its price is a lot more over my budget. This is why I had to settle with a replica instead of the original one, but I honestly do not regret it…not even a little bit.
Most replicas do not clone correctly the clasp of the Datejust jubilee bracelet. The Rolex Jubilee bracelet is a five-piece links band with a hidden clasp. The whole band looks like a refined bracelet and the only visible part of the clasp is a little Rolex crown. This small crown piece is the part you pull out to open the clasp. My replica respects the original model by having a perfect jubilee 5 piece bracelet and hidden lock.
It has a 21 jewel Miyota automatic movement with a smooth second sweeping hand and a one piece solid screw down crown. The sapphire crystal is scratch proof and it has a glare proof coating that makes this watch easy to read in any circumstances, regardless of the amount of light. The watch is water proof up to 50 meters, which makes it safe to wear while washing your hands or while caught in a storm, however; it is recommended to keep the watch as dry as possible. So you shouldn’t wear it while swimming or doing other types of water activities.
So if you want a watch that has a fantastic build quality, a beautiful design with elegant lines and a powerful presence, a watch that is durable and will take a lot of wear and tear, then the Rolex Blue Dial Datejust is quite clearly the watch for you.
However, if you’re looking for something with a little less bling to it, I think of a Rolex replica review I’ve done a while back. The watch in question is a two tone rose gold and stainless steel Datejust and I think it has a more classic look than the blingy champagne dial above. While the stones that replace the hour marks and the burst dial certainly make the watch stand out, I think a simple white dial with Arabic numerals would be perfect for someone who doesn’t want a simple stainless steel timepiece, yet don’t want to be too conspicuous.