From ReplicaMagic3.to Spotlight: proprietary and top-secret rose gold alloys from replica Rolex, Omega, and other top watchmakers. In recent decades, rose gold has become increasingly popular. Warmer and more mysterious than yellow gold, but more striking than white gold, this precious metal has a unique charm when used for luxury timekeeping. The creation of rose gold requires the addition of copper to the alloy. Extra care must be taken in stabilizing the metal mixture only. This delicate balance, and the growing popularity of rose gold in the marketplace, prompted watchmakers to create their own special formulation of rose gold alloys. This is a quick guide to the proprietary rose gold alloys available on the market today.
Rose Gold Alloys
Since 2005, Rolex has been making its own rose gold alloy called Everose Gold. in the early 2000s, replica Rolex set up its own state-of-the-art foundry and began casting its own metal. This was an unprecedented step for the replica watch brand - replica Rolex could not only ensure that only the finest materials were used in its watches but also determine the aesthetic, mechanical, and dimensional characteristics of the replica watches . As the name implies, Everose retains its luster over time. Rolex replica watch replaces the usual components of rose gold - rose gold, yellow gold, copper, and a hint of silver - with platinum, the effect of which seems to be twice as great. First, it acts as a binder and prevents fading caused by water, salt, sweat or UV rays. It also provides the long-lasting shine for which replica Rolex watches are already well known. Omega's trademark rose gold, known as "Sedna Gold", was unveiled in 2013 alongside the Omega Constellation. Similar to Rolex's Everose Gold, Sedna Gold is an 18-carat gold alloy that combines gold, copper, and the third element to bond and protects the metal's luster. In OMEGA's case, it is palladium rather than silver. The distinctive rose gold color of Sedna Gold is created by mixing the correct proportion of copper with palladium, the presence of which ensures that the red hue of Sedna Gold will last a long time. After its debut in Constellation, it is now also used in the Omega Speedmaster and Seamaster collections.
Rolex and Omega have added a third metal to rose gold, while Panerai has increased the copper component of its patented alloy Goldtech. The higher percentage of copper gives the material a rich and intense sunset hue. In addition to 24% copper, the exquisite Goldtech contains 0.4% platinum, which prevents the material from oxidizing, thus extending the luster of the replica watch. Goldrich was introduced in 2016 in the Panerai Luminor Due (doo-eh) line and is now also available in the Panerai Submersible professional diver replica watch collection. Just like Panerai, Hublot has chosen the fiery shade of rose gold. Hublot's proprietary version, called King Gold, contains a higher percentage of copper than the industry standard of 20.5%. Instead of gold, it contains mainly platinum, which can be perfectly adapted to all elements of polished and satin finishes. King Gold is used in the Big Bang and Classic Fusion collections. With its darker hue and more mysterious demeanor, rose gold has quickly become the metal of choice for many replica watches collectors. What is your favorite rose gold alloy?
Rolex Rose Gold Watches
Rolex developed its own proprietary version of rose gold - aptly named Everose - which debuted in 2005 on the Rose Gold Cosmograph replica Rolex Daytona watches . In addition to the fancy nomenclature, the replica Rolex proprietary pink blend has a few key distinctions that set it apart from the pack. This particular execution by the eternal Rolex President is the ultimate example of how Rolex can deliver both understated and impactful watches. the combination of the 40mm Everose case and bracelet and the rich chocolate brown dial is incredibly well matched. As much as we loved it on the ceramic Daytona we wrote about last year, the color scheme is a true home run. the GMT-Master II was launched in the first year of Everose, Rolex's proprietary rose gold formula. Rose gold is a mixture of gold and copper (and sometimes silver, depending on the alloy). In some cases, rose gold tends to tarnish - chlorinated pool water is often cited as the culprit - and Rolex introduced Everose in 2005 with a small amount of platinum. The design of the new Everose replica Rolex GMT-Master II watch is also reminiscent of the so-called "root beer" GMT-Masters, which were first produced in reference number 16753 and have a very distinctive brown and cream dial. Rolex fans also refer to these as the "Clint Eastwood" GMT-Masters, thanks to his love of models (he played various roles in several films).