UK Swiss Replica Rolex GMT-Master “Concorde” ref. 1675/8

The last pick for this list of five cool oddball Rolex timepieces is a full-gold 1:1 fake Rolex GMT-Master. So far, there’s nothing out of the ordinary here. But take one glance at the picture, and you will immediately see that this GMT-Master does not feature the usual Mercedes hands. This specific perfect replica Rolex GMT-Master ref. 1675/8 was released in the late 1960s with stick hands instead.

It’s the style of hands we know from the Daytona models at the time. The watch got its “Concorde” nickname because it was featured in several luxury replica Rolex UK ads celebrating the supersonic Concorde that flew back and forth across the Atlantic from 1969 until 2003. The full-gold aaa quality replica Rolex GMT-Master ref. 1675/8 with the “Concorde” hands was first produced without crown guards from the early 1960s until 1965. From 1966 on, the case featured crown guards until Swiss movement copy Rolex discontinued this specific model with the stick hands in 1969.

After that, the full-gold UK Rolex GMT-Master replica for men with the brown “nipple dial” and brown bezel was available with the regular Mercedes hands until 1980. The brand also released a full-gold version with a black dial and bezel. When it comes to specs, we are looking at a regular top quality fake Rolex ref. 1675 from that time. It features a 39mm gold case that holds the brand’s caliber 1575. This automatic four-hand movement operated at 19,800vph and provided a 42-hour power reserve.

But when it comes to the high end copy Rolex GMT-Master Concorde, it’s all about the strange handset that top quality fake Rolex UK chose. It may take some getting used to, but we think it looks cool. Expect to see prices for one of these watches on a gold Jubilee bracelet starting at €40K and quickly moving up.

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