Growing up lefty was kind of tough. I returned home from primary school each day with the edge of my hand and forearm (and cheap replica watch strap) coated in graphite from the horse leg-sized pencils we were issued.
To this day, I am atrocious with pair of scissors (and, oddly, even worse with so-called “left-handed” scissors). I had to hunt for special baseball mitts, nor could I use my family’s hand-me-down righty golf clubs. I know, poor me.
That’s why, when fake Rolex introduced the GMT-Master II at Watches & Wonders in Geneva this year, I instantly spotted the down-played special feature and was instantly excited. This Rolex was a “destro;” this was a Rolex replica for “me.”
And all apologies to my colleagues at the same meeting, but I kind of monopolized handling it.
Fun Fact: Lefty watches are often referred to as “destro,” after the Italian artisan term that has come to mean something specifically designed to be worn on the right arm.
While not the first left-handed watch by any means, the fact that Rolex fake watches put in the effort to relocate the crown and date window to the left side for this year’s GMT-Master II speaks volumes. Like many lefties, I’ve had to develop some work-around ambidextrous approaches to get through daily life. Still, the fine motor control of my left fingers far outshines my right’s.
However, when I slipped the Swiss made Rolex GMT-Master II replica on my right wrist deftly and comfortably in Geneva, for the first time in my experience, I was able to pull out and manipulate a watch crown while it was still on my wrist with smooth dexterity and a sense of satisfaction. And it was a feeling I hadn’t realized I was so desperately missing.
It’s been a very big couple of weeks at perfect replica Rolex, following the bombshell report the Swiss watchmaker is planning to build a $1.5 billion new factory and today with some even more exciting news for fans of the brand. In a seismic announcement to the market, luxury fake Rolex is launching its own Certified Pre-Owned program with a select number of Authorised Dealers this month, with more to be included in 2023.
In a statement, Rolex explains: “Because they are built to last, cheap Rolex replica watches often live several lives. And because they may be worn on new wrists, the Rolex Certified Pre-Owned programme now enables retailers in the brand’s official distribution network to sell second-hand models that are certified as authentic and which come with a new two-year international guarantee.”
“AAA quality fake Rolex Certified Pre-Owned watches will initially be available at Bucherer boutiques in six countries (Switzerland, Austria, Germany, France, Denmark and the UK) from the start of December 2022. Other Official Rolex Retailers who choose to be part of this programme will be able to do so from spring 2023.”
This Certified Pre-Owned program won’t be available to all 1:1 Rolex fake watches, only those that are at least three years old since they were first sold by a retailer, which is surely designed to discourage the “flippers” looking to resell their new Rolex immediately at a market price above RRP. The program will also guarantee the authenticity of the watches sold through it, as well as offer a new two-year Swiss copy Rolex-backed warranty on the pre-owned timepiece sold.
While the authenticity guarantee, additional warranty and three-year buffer period are all positive steps in the right direction for the average punter looking to buy their first Swiss made replica Rolex, there is a question about market pricing that will still need to play out. Enthusiasts are already voicing their concerns about the prospect of Authorised Dealers with no available new stock pushing clients toward a display case of pre-owned copy watches, which if sold at current market prices could cost twice the price of a new model (which has a five-year warrant), but without the waiting list.
A solution for this could be for Swiss movement fake Rolex to introduce respective price caps on watches within the certified pre-owned, which would do an enormous amount to control the fairly outrageous prices we’ve seen for pre-owned Rolex over the last few years. Not only would it undercut grey market dealers charging inflated prices without an additional two-year warranty, but it would still maintain the store of value that high quality replica Rolex watches offer their owners (albeit in a controlled way).
Without any control over the prices of aaa quality copy watches in the certified pre-owned program, it’s feasible that it will only compound the problem of supply further. Unchecked, there’s the possibility of Authorised Dealers charging an additional premium on top of the current market price to account for guaranteed authenticity and an extra two-year warranty, which will only balloon the market further.
Another question is how the watches in the pre-owned program will be sourced. Will you be able to sell your watch directly to your Authorised Dealer, or will you need to sell it to Rolex replica for sale directly? If you sell it to your dealer, one assumes they would own the stock and the process of authenticity guarantee and servicing, while if you sell it directly to top quality fake Rolex, the brand would need a system for pricing, negotiating and buying the stock before allocating pre-owned watches to its Authorised Dealer network.