I sympathize with those who picked up the Rolex Explorer I 214270. In addition to those who “get it,” depraved just because of their good looks, there are some studies done before the super-considerate Explorer I customers fairly bought their first (or next) Rolex.
Rolex Explorer I 214270 39mm Review
Fake Rolex Explorer I 214270 is basically a blend of Oyster Perpetual 39 and Submariner “No Date” in case, ring, dial, band and movement. This neatly leads us to my view that, in terms of price and functionality, many people think that if they use the Explorer I, they will eventually get the best of both worlds.
It basically has the OP 39mm Oystersteel monobloc intermediate shell with a slightly more curved outline than the flat trapezoid outline of the 40mm Oystersteel Submariner. There is no Cerachrom anywhere on the Explorer I, which means there will be at least some swirls on your steel ring, but you definitely won’t be afraid to ruin your Cerachrom ring plug-in. The Explorer I has a water resistance of 100 meters, while the Submariner has a water resistance rating of 300 meters. I’m sure you’ve noticed that this is really a balancing act.
Inside the Rolex Explorer I 214270 is the Rolex Calibre 3132, the same as the Oyster Perpetual 39. The only major difference between me and the 3130 in Submariner’s “No Date” is that both the Explorer and the OP have “high-performance Paraflex shock absorbers.” strangely, Submariner, with its professional diver Rolex replica watch pedigree, does not.
The face of the Rolex Explorer I 214270 replica now has a blue Chromalight display – basically a BGW9 luminescent material that lasts longer than the more common super-luminova C3, but isn’t as bright after the more powerful features. The light source. I love the persistent blue hues of Chromalight and the temporary light shows by super LumiNova like Panerai and others.
The previous generation of Explorer I’s inexplicably small minute hands updated the Rolex Explorer I 214270 at the 2016 Basel international watch and jewelry fair. This phone is not a 36mm phone, but a 39mm wide swiss copy Rolex watch. In my estimation, the little hand explorer should not have happened to me at all, and certainly should not have lasted that long.