We love the fact that so many of the classic top Rolex super clone watches were made not just to look good, but for specific, adventurous purposes. The GMT-Master, for example, was created for Pan-Am’s pilots, then experiencing a new phenomenon called jet-lag — they wanted a watch that showed two time zones simultaneously.

Rolex GMT-Master II ‘Pepsi’ Super Clone Watches

A GMT Rolex is the ultimate globetrotter’s UK luxury replica watches. Introduced in 1955 with the iconic red and white 24-hour scale on the bezel, it earned the nickname ‘Pepsi’ (this black and blue version is known as the ‘Batman’). The most recent high quality super clone watches in steel adds a state of the art movement and a dressier ‘jubilee’ bracelet. Other than that, the design has changed little in 60 years – though you can file this under timeless, rather than vintage.

Rolex Explorer 1016 Replica Watches

Sitting somewhere between a sports and a dress watch, the cheap fake Rolex Explorer 1016 watches was in production for almost 30 years before being retired in 1989. As the name suggests it was made for explorers, and comes equipped with Paraflex shock absorbers to give it a higher shock resistance. But it’s really all about the handsomely proportioned dial, with its period detail numerals and matte finish. Ian Fleming owned a Ref 1016.

Super Clone Rolex Sky-Dweller Watches

There are statement Swiss made copy watches, and then there’s the Sky-Dweller. The most complicated watch in Rolex’s arsenal, it comes with dual time and annual calendar functions. Previously available on a leather strap or an Oyster bracelet, this newer option comes on an Oysterflex bracelet – wholesale Rolex super clone watches‘ patented super-comfy design made up of a titanium and nickel alloy encased in black rubber. Also new is the option of Everose gold or 18k yellow gold. An upscale traveller’s watch might not be at the very top of everyone’s want list right now, but this is a stunning piece of kit to drool over, whatever timezone you happen to be trapped in.