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Posted: 2018 May 31 at 9:49am | IP Logged Quote hoowei


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For rolex replica will no longer really be using the "904L steel" designation to refer to the steel they use. They are still using 904L steel for their watches, but they just won't call it that. The fake rolex sale has introduced "Oystersteel" as the preferred term, which makes their special 904L alloy blend unique to them. It is true that replica watches does have their own particular alloy blends made for them all the time. It is also true that until recently, really no other watch brand used 904L stainless steel. 904L is harder to machine, polishes up better, and has some corrosion resistance properties that make for a good diving watch. Last year in 2017 Rolex introduced the updated replica watches sale in a 43mm wide case also in steel. Like the short-lived Rolex Sea-Dweller 4000 116600, the rolex replica now needs to fight for its right to exist. I also need to explain to myself why I like the 40mm wide Submariner.

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