Popular fake Rolex Watch Comparison between YACHT-MASTER and YACHT-MASTER II

The fake Rolex‘s Yacht-Master and their Yacht-Master II are very different models even though they have a similar name. Historically, the “II” added at the end of the replica Rolex watch names denotes an evolution or upgrade to the existing line of watches. However, the rolex Yacht-Master II is not an update to any of Rolex’s previous watch lines, and is completely unlike anything that has ever appeared before in a Rolex catalog.  rolex-078281_07
Originally launched in 1992 as a luxury-oriented version of the traditional Rolex sport replica watch, the original Yacht-Master did not have any unique characteristics or complications that would make it specifically tailored to boating or regatta races.
With a 40 mm case, traditional 3-hand display, and a dial that follows the usual Rolex sport watch design, the appearance of the original Yacht-Master can most accurately be described as a luxury-oriented version of the replica Rolex’s iconic Submariner.
In comparison, the Yacht-Master II is a highly specialized regatta chronograph that features a programmable countdown timer with mechanical memory that allows for on-the-fly synchronization to the official countdown clock. With a case diameter of 44 mm, and a bezel and dial design that are specifically designed for use with its regatta timer, the Yacht-Master II is a watch that was created from the ground up for boat racing.
Although the aesthetic differences between the Yacht-Master and the Yacht-Master II are rather dramatic, an even bigger difference exists in the two movements that are used to power each fake watch. While one movement follows a conventional time plus date setup, the other is a totally particular and highly specialized movement that is unlike anything found in any other watch.
The bezel on the Yacht-Master and the bezel on the Yacht-Master II could not look anything less alike from a visual perspective. Therefore, it can be easy to overlook how differently they function, and how differently the various parts attach to their respective watches.
On the Yacht-Master II, the bright blue, Cerachrom insert with 0 to 10-scale and “Yacht-Master II” name in large letters gives the bezel a very special appearance. The look is so distinct that one could easily overlook the special function of the Yacht-Master II’s bezel. Unlike traditional rotating bezels that are simply connected to the exterior of the watch, the Ring Command bezel on the Yacht-Master II links the outer rotating bezel to the internal works of the movement, allowing for easier and more efficient setting of the Yacht-Master II’s adjustable countdown timer.
Both the Yacht-Master and the Yacht-Master II are amazing watches from Rolex, but however, the two watches could not be any further apart in terms of functionality and appearance. One watch adheres to the traditional form and function of the classic Rolex sports watch, while the other is a completely new approach to the regatta chronograph that is unlike anything that the Rolex replica has ever put forward.

The replica Watch Register Is an International Stolen Watch Database

The fake watches get stolen. It’s a sad reality that every collector, enthusiast, or one-flashy-watch-owning, nightclub hopping bon vivant hopes never to encounter but a nice good fake watch is a tempting aim. Coming with the features of Small, easily purloined, and trivially easy to transport across international boundaries, these replica watches are among the most tempting of targets for criminals to steal and smuggle. 
One more thing, the stolen watch replicas get sold. No one steals a watch without hoping to profit from it, and there are any number of ways to turn a stolen watch into cash, many of which involve either misrepresenting ill-gotten gains to a third party, or (worse yet) colluding with a willing collaborator – what, in the colorful argot of the underworld, is called a “fence.” The issue of obtaining a stolen fake watch is understandable, but most are simply never found or returned to their rightful owners.
To solve this problem, the Watch Register was made naturally. The Watch Register is a database of lost and stolen wristwatches which was founded in 2016 by the Art Loss Register, which is the world’s biggest private database of lost, stolen, and looted artwork. The Art Loss Register was originally founded by owner Julian Radcliffe in 1990, and though it has attracted its share of controversy over the years, it has also been instrumental in recovering a vast number of artworks. Just this year, the Register has assisted in the recovery of a wide range of artworks – in January alone, six such artworks were recovered by the Register, including a 16th-century marble depicting St. John the Baptist, which had been stolen from a church in Naples in 1977. The Watch Register aims to provide the same service, but for watches. The Art Loss Register’s Katya Hills is now Managing Director for The Watch Register, and has overseen the placement into the Register’s database of over 60,000 timepieces since the founding – but also the recovery of many stolen timepieces.  
One early success was the recovery of a replica Patek world time wristwatch which had been stolen from its owner in Naples in 2014. According to The Watch Register, “… the watch belonged to a Swiss collector from whom it was stolen whilst he was holidaying in Naples in July 2014. The owner described the theft ‘like a scene from a movie.’ The watch was ripped off his arm as he walked through the town centre one evening and the thief ran off amidst clamouring passers-by.”
The fake watch finally ended up in New York, and was eventually recovered by its insurer from an auction. In another instance of The Watch Register at work, the firm assisted the London Metropolitan Police Flying Squad in identifying a stolen Rolex from a London dealer who, upon investigation, was found to have some fifty stolen watches in his possession; the fake Rolex in question – a gold GMT Master II – had been stolen during a smash-and-grab robbery in London’s Mayfair district, at Swiss Time Machine.
The Watch Register provides lots of services except the identification and recovery of stolen timepieces, and for auction houses and vintage or pre-owned watch dealers, the Watch Register can offer an additional layer of security, and verification that a watch offered for consignment or sale doesn’t come with a past.

Latest News of Paul Newman’s Rolex Replica

It is well-known for the world to know Paul Newman. As a matter of fact, he’s some kind of a legend. The Rolex Paul Newman Daytona is arguably the most coveted vintage Rolex replicas of all time. This is the fake watch responsible for kicking off vintage watch collecting as we know it today. But that wasn’t always the case. 
When the fake Rolex first made the Daytona Exotic White Dial in the mid 1960’s, it initially flopped. But, when Newman first sported the Exotic White Dial in the early 1970’s, the world took note of the once overlooked model.
Even before he wore the popular Exotic White Dial, Newman was a one-watch man. Over the years, he accumulated at least five different Daytona models in his collection. The first was a model with black dial and silver sub dials, which was a gift from his wife, Joanne Woodward. His next three rolex Daytona models didn’t come into his collection until years later—a white dial stainless steel Daytona with a Zenith movement, a black dial stainless steel Daytona with a fake Zenith movement, and a white gold Daytona with a black dial. 
Newman’s acclaim as an actor and racecar driver made him the perfect match for a fake Rolex. He first made a name for himself through his work on Broadway, television, and film. Then, he reached a turning point in his career in 1969 while he was working on the motorsport film Winning. He was required to take a professional racecar driving course to prepare for his role and discovered a new passion for cars. By 1972, Newman achieved his first racing victory, and by 1977, he became a professional racecar driver.
His next famous motorsport win didn’t come for nearly twenty years. In 1995, at the age of 70, Newman served as a member of the winning team at the Rolex 24—making him the oldest driver to win the 24-hour race, with a Daytona on his wrist, of course.
Today, we’re still discovering Daytonas from Newman’s collection. In June 2017, Forbes reported that another one of the iconic actor and race car driver’s very own watches has been found—an amazing replica model with a personal inscription on the case-back reading, “Drive Carefully, Me.” The timepiece will go up for sale in October at Phillips inaugural New York auction.
Newman’s name will keep on living on in watchmaking history for his ties to the Rolex brand. However, he isn’t just responsible for making the Daytona famous. He’s the embodiment of the Daytona—timeless, rugged, and sturdy.

Luxury Rolex Datejust Watch with Most Competitive Prices

The Rolex Datejust  is the most popular line of watch and made up the majority of their annual sales for decades. Although in recent years, much of the attention has been directed towards Rolex various sport watch lines, it is the Datejust that many would argue is the classic and iconic Rolex timepiece. 
Originally introduced in 1945 to commemorate Rolex’s 40th anniversary, the Datejust has remained largely unchanged throughout the many years that it has remained in continuous production. Different from many of Rolex’s other watch lines, the Datejust is not designed typically for one particular sport or lifestyle activity. On the contrary, the Datejust is simply a classic and reliable wristwatch, designed to be worn all the time.
No other line of Rolex watches is available from the factory with as a lot of different dial, bezel, metal, and bracelet combinations, which guarantees that there will be a Datejust to suit every different style, budget, and personal preference. The most recent incarnation of Rolex’s simple and straightforward stainless steel Datejust, the watch retains for the cornerstone DNA that defines the Rolex brand, while also providing owners with a fresh take on the classic Rolex wristwatch.
Like its predecessors, the Datejust is still 36 mm in diameter and still powered by Rolex’s venerable and entirely in-house, caliber 3135 movement. As its 116200-reference number would suggest, it is craft entirely from stainless steel and fitted with a smooth bezel rather than a fluted one. 
Although it has retained its 36 mm case diameter, the lugs of the latest generation of Datejust have been made thicker to give the watch a bolder and more rugged overall appearance. What’s more, the entire bracelet and clasp (on both the Oyster and Jubilee styles) have been redesigned to equip the watch with a more substantial and refined look and feel. Despite the seemingly minor changes, the special watch is a remarkably different watch than the one that preceded it. The numerous small updates and design refinements do not slip by unnoticed; and instead, their collective result is a timepiece that truly becomes the logical progression of Rolex’s Datejust line of watches.
This model is the latest iteration of Rolex’s entirely stainless steel Datejust; however it has been on the market for a number of years now, so it is available both brand-new from authorized dealers, as well as used on the pre-owned market. Secondhand prices will offer measurable savings over brand-new retail prices; however as the luxury watch is made from stainless steel rather than gold or platinum, the savings will be less dramatic than what one would experience with a Rolex craft from precious metals.