Month: October 2020

Meaningful Green Rolex Fake Watches for Saint Patrick’s Day

Meaningful Green Rolex Fake Watches for Saint Patrick’s Day

There are a lot of people around the world pinch each other for not taking green on Saint Patrick’s Day on March 17th each year. As the folklore says, pinching on St. Patrick’s Day happens if you do not wear green since the color green makes you invisible to leprechauns, and leprechauns love to pinch people or something like this.
There are no Irish primary sources to confirm it although this seems to be the internet’s best explanation for the tradition. Despite this pretty murky origin, one thing is certain: if you do not wear green on St. Patrick’s Day, some affable individual will pinch you at some point. With that in mind, here are some green Rolex replica watches that you can wear this St. Patty’s Day so that you don’t get pinched.
Normally speaking, Rolex watches are rather conservative in design, and are often devoid of bright tones. But, green is the company color of Rolex, and the brand likes using it on their anniversary edition watches. To celebrate the 50th anniversary of the Submariner in 2003, Rolex launched a unique version of their date-displaying, stainless steel Submariner that featured a black “Maxi” dial, and a shinning green aluminum bezel insert.
Nicknamed, the “Kermit” for its slight resemblance to the beloved frog muppet that goes by the same name, the cheap replica Submariner is among the first anniversary-edition Rolex watches to fully embrace the company color. Although the bright green bezel is easily the Submariner’s most defining feature, the use of a black dial helps maintain a nice balance, allowing the watch to be identifiably green, while still maintaining a certain degree of reserved versatility.
To celebrate the 50th anniversary of the Milgauss, Rolex released the ref. 116400GV. Although the dial on this watch is black, its sapphire crystal is tinted green for a subtle, but surely outstanding green flair. The “GV” in the reference number stands for Glace Verte, like we recently outlined in our guide to letters in Rolex reference numbers. Most interestingly, in spite of their usual urge to flaunt patents, Rolex does not hold one for the green crystal used in the Milgauss, as they state that it is too hard to produce.
There’s no doubt that a green-tinted sapphire crystal is not exactly the most flagrant use of the color, so the ref. 116400GV Milgauss is not the full green, Boston Celtics-themed timepiece that will guarantee you a pinch-free Saint Patrick’s Day. However, for someone who doesn’t want to own a “green watch” – but who also doesn’t want to endure a day of good-natured pinching on the next St. Patty’s Day, the Milgauss model is an amazing option.
If the ‘Kermit’ just isn’t satisfactory enough for you, try the ‘Hulk’ Submariner. First manufactured in 2010, the “Hulk” is the most-green Rolex fake watch ever produced so far. The Hulk Submariner is easily the best green Rolex you can strap to your wrist even though Rolex has made many watches that feature the color green,.