Best Rolex Tool Watches -Submariner, GMT & Explorer Models

We all know that smartphones, tablets, computers, and other high-tech devices have long since replaced replica watches as tools. However, despite this, the popularity of mechanical tool watches has never been higher.
Not only do they remind us of the era when mechanical watches were developed to perform specific tasks, but they also combine those purpose-oriented origins with fashionable designs in an irresistible and fascinating combination. So whether or not these clocks will actually dive, fly or explore in our modern lives, here’s a round-up of our current favorite fake Rolex tools.
Over the next 60 years, Rolex’s appeal went well beyond diving to become one of the most popular luxury watches on the market. Even though many of the original design features remain, the submarine blueprint has undergone a large number of improvements, and many new versions have been added to the submarine collection.
Smart in its design yet simple to use, the Rolex GMT-Master watch included a fourth hand – a 24-hour hand – which pointed to a rotating bezel marked with 24 hours to indicate another time zone. Pilots could set the traditional 12-hour hand to reference time and whenever they landed in a new time zone, they would simply turn the bezel to indicate local time. What’s more, the bi-colored bezel – blue and red on the original models – neatly separated day and night hours.
Although Rolex GMT-Master was originally designed as a fake tool watch for pilots, it has been adopted by a wider audience because of its inherent usefulness. GMT-master has also become one of Rolex’s most diverse collections, with a range of different metals, dials, bracelets, and rings to choose from.
Instead of being intended for mountaineers, Rolex positioned the Explorer II as a tool watch for cave and polar explorers – people who spend extended periods of time in places where you can’t always tell the difference between day and night. Therefore, the first Explorer II came equipped with a large luminous 24-hour hand and a fixed 24-hour bezel, which used together became a prominent AM/PM indicator.
While subsequent versions of the Explorer II benefitted from a 24-hour hand that could be set independently from the 12-hour hand. So, the fake Rolex Explorer II transformed from a day/night indicator watch to a dual-time watch – a quite more attractive proposition for a wider clientele. The appeal of Rolex tools has grown over the years and shows no sign of slowing any time soon, from once essential gear to sleek luxury watches that offer just the right amount of extras if you need them.

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