Starting with the GMT-Master watch in the fifties and followed by the second generation of the Explorer II in the eighties, Rolex Replica has been producing GMT watches for more than half of the company’s history. But what about the newer Sky-Dweller annual calendar watch that displays dual time zones? Is the Rolex Sky-Dweller a GMT watch?
What defines a GMT watch is the use of a 24-hour scale to display the second time zone. “GMT” refers to Greenwich Mean Time, which was once the primary time standard for aviators, now replaced by Coordinated Universal Time.
The Rolex Sky-Dweller
If we look closely at the dial of the Rolex Sky-Dweller Replica Watch, we see that the second time zone is indicated via a 24-hour off-centered disc. That disc rotates while a fixed inverted red triangle points to the hour in the second time zone. Additionally, the hour hand can be adjusted in one-hour increments both forward and backward, without affecting the other hands or the reference time disc.
Another notable technical feature of the Sky-Dweller is its fluted bezel, which is not just decorative but an integral part of the watch’s functionality. It is linked directly to the Rolex Replica Watch internal movement, and allows the wearer to choose which function will be set through the crown by simply turning the bezel.
The Best Replica Rolex Sky-Dweller is available in yellow gold, Everose gold, white gold, two-tone yellow gold and steel, and stainless steel with a white gold bezel. The watches sport 42mm cases and Oyster bracelets; however, some of the full gold editions offer the option of a leather strap with a matching gold clasp.
Far less tool-like than the GMT-Master, but even more capable, the Luxury Replica Rolex Sky-Dweller’s GMT functionality coupled with its annual calendar complication makes it the ultimate luxury traveler’s watch.