High Quatily Rolex GMT-Master II “Pepsi” Ref. 126710 BLRO Replica Watches
Coke or Pepsi? Some people say that this is a matter of taste, and personal tastes are always different. However, if you are talking about the Rolex GMT-Master, there is only one correct answer. Although top Rolex replica made a version with red and black GMT bezels called “Coca-Cola”, the first GMT-Master in 1955 had red and blue scales for 24-hour display and was nicknamed “Pepsi”. The new Pepsi-Cola GMT-Master II represents the classic reincarnation in its original form.
Replica GMT-Master II “Pepsi” Ref. 126710 BLRO
First, use colors to distinguish between day and night in the second time zone. The other specifications of this luxury replica watch come from Pan American Airway, which created the model at its request. At the time, new jet airliners made intercontinental flights shorter and more popular. The increase in the number of flights has also increased the demand for watches with a second time zone. In addition to having the aura of a pilot AAA replica watch, the high recognition of the colored bezel also contributes to the popularization of GMT-Master.
Rolex replica watches modified Pepsi very carefully until 2007. However, when it introduced the ceramic bezel on the steel version of the GMT-Master II, it was necessary to shelve Pepsi. At the time, a two-color bezel made of ceramic seemed technically impossible, and the red color could not be produced satisfactorily in this high-tech material. In 2013, Rolex solved one of these problems, and for the first time appeared two-color ceramic scales-blue and black. This very popular steel GMT-Master II replica is called “Batman”.
In 2014, Rolex replica was able to create the required red, and the company reintroduced the beloved red and blue Pepsi bezel on the platinum watch. Stainless steel Pepsi is the first Rolex sports watch with a five-piece Jubilee bracelet, which was previously reserved for the Datejust model. Rolex replica watches developed the Jubilee bracelet for Datejust in 1945, and GMT-Master has been able to use this bracelet option since 1959. Like the Oyster bracelet on the early GMT-Master II, the middle link is polished, while the outer link is brushed to the end.