|Dial Color||Champagne Dial|
Bezel Material: Stainless Steel. The stainless steel bezel is the prime material used for watch making. It has has been around since ancient times. It has been used as a decorative material for watches and clocks for more than two thousand years. A watch face made from stainless steel bezel materials can withstand extreme temperatures.
Case Back: Solid. The case uses a thick solid case back, which can transmit vibration better than the plastic case back.
Engine: Rolex Calibre 7750. ETA 7750 is a Swiss-made timepiece with extremely high performance and precision. It was originally developed for civil aviation, but it turned out to be an excellent solution for timepieces. These actions are not only accurate to within 0.1 second at any temperature, but also reliable in the event of a power failure.
Crystal: Sapphire Crystal. The sapphire crystal mirror is made of natural materials, which can reflect light to create an illusion. Its long-lasting anti-reflective coating makes it ideal for scratch resistance, and the brightness of the crystal remains almost unchanged.
Dial Markers: Index. With a index is used as a marker instead of Roman numerals and can affect the appearance of the dial.
Clasp: Fold Over Clasp. We use a fold over clasp for the watch which is more convenient for disassembly and replacement, and also ensures the quality and comfort of the strap.
Luminiscence: Hands and Markers. As for the watch’s luminiscence, it is hands and markers. It can help you know the corresponding time when you running in dark.
Hands: Gold-Tone. The watch’s hands is gold-tone that is cool and well-designed.
Water Resistance: 100 meters. The waterproof depth of the watch is 100 meters that is enough for no worries.(The ordinary Automatic movement is just daily waterproof, need to purchase additional waterproof service which is up to 100 meters.)
Power Reserve: 40 Hours. About the watch’s power reserve time, it has 40 hours at full use, which is the sames strong as real Rolex.
Second Markers: Minute Markers around the outer rim. The minute mark around the outer edge of the glass is one of the most recognized design elements in all industries, also known as clock hands. This design element is used in many well-known designs.