The Day-Date is, to some, the epitome of UK perfect replica Rolex. Only made in precious metals, it features characteristics that are instantly recognisable by watch fans and non-watch fans alike. The iconic ‘President’ bracelet with its exceptional comfort and fat semi-circular links, the fluted bezel, and the hidden clasp made for a watch that became a symbol of accomplishment and stature. From the wrists of world leaders to fictional (and maybe even non-fictional) New Jersey crime bosses, the high quality replica Rolex Day-Date is undoubtedly one of the most iconic 1:1 fake Rolexes ever.
One thing is for sure, though: Swiss made replica Rolex love to use it to get people wound up. Last year, they released a number of questionable dial options, which, on the surface, are fairly hard to like. Then, of course, there’s the “Jigsaw” dial: an off-catalogue piece reserved for VIPs, which featured an enamel dial with a jigsaw pattern, emoji date wheel, and “positive vibe” words instead of days in the day window at 12. AAA quality fake Rolex enjoys evoking emotions with the Day-Date and likes to push everyone’s buttons while experimenting. Interestingly, the watches, regardless of how the public seems to receive them, almost always tend to be successful hits. Pretty clever.
This is where the Tridor comes in. In 1988, cheap super clone Rolex UK introduced the original Tridor: a white gold Day-Date with a bracelet combining white gold, yellow gold, and rose gold. It’s not two-tone; it’s tri-tone. Swiss movement replica Rolex had figured out how to fuse the 3 metals seamlessly on the links of the bracelet, making for a rather unique look. The Tridor was left in production until the early 2000s but was never a watch you saw very often, and was never produced in 40mm. Full gold Rolex Day-Dates copy for sale are, of course, the norm and have been for decades, and right now, the watch-wearing public is beginning to change their opinions on two-tone gold and steel watches once more, so it would make great sense for the Crown to revive this niche watch for a short run again, maybe in its larger form.