No, this is not a blog about GMT II Ceramic Diver! I will never hide the fact that fake Rolex are my favorite brand and that most of my favorite timepieces are made by Rolex. However, I also maintain that fake Rolex watches are probably excellent in 75% of situations… not 100%. I realized after searching through my posts that I had never gotten around to posting my impressions of the Rolex GMT-IIc diver! There are certain times where you may not want the bold, in-your-face attitude (and size) of a Rolex. And while the best Rolex use leather straps, you will want a stainless steel bracelet on many occasions.
We'll begin at the wrist shot. The fake watch is perfect sized for my 6 3/4″wrist, and still manages to look bigger than former versions while maintaining its 40mm diameter. Rolex accomplishes this by widening the lugs to give the timepiece a chunkier appearance. I am really shocked and surprised by its diver cases when they redesigned them - as for me, the former ones were merely a touch too small. Now they are flawless to me. The new green GMT also sets off the dial perfectly.
At the first glance, I saw the GMT II through the glass I was skeptical. But now that I've had a chance to hold the watch and try it on, I'm actually convinced that this is the best strap of this style currently available.
The GMT Bezel is a bidirectional bezel, like most GMT bezels out there. The movement in the GMT Master IIc is the Fake Rolex Caliber 3186, which has been upgraded from the previous Caliber 3185 by adding a Parachrom-Blu Hairspring.
Well, you must have already guessed that the Rolex aced its test with flying colors. One moment, I am wearing the Rolex to race karts around an indoor circuit and then next, I am wearing it with a tuxedo and giving a speech. Let's discuss the dial the black, stick dial. I dislike many Rolex models, but I have always liked the stick dial. The dial has minute markers at 5, 10, 15, 20, etc.- large, simple and obvious.
I would say gorgeous, actually. And there are also small lines marking each minute. In very small writing above the sticks marking each 5 minutes are actual numerals. This is a very subtle design element. It is also very effective. It adds a little sporty touch which seems to make the whole piece even more versatile. I am not crazy for the date magnifier, but it does add another sporty element. The hands on this piece are… perfect.