Rolex Submariner Swiss Replica Watch is the bestseller!
Name:Rolex Submariner Swiss Mechanism-srl51
Movement: Kinetic (Automatic)
Quality: Swiss ETA
Case: Brushed solid stainless steel barrel-shaped case
Back: Push in stainless steel back with green Rolex sticker and markings
Bezel: Cutwork stainless steel bezel with white luminiscent numerical seconds marking the light green colored bezel
Crown: Stainless steel
Bracelet: Y-shaped compact stainless steel link bracelet with steelinox markings on the foldover clasp
Band Type: Stainless Steel
Glows in The Dark:
Glass: Sapphire Crystal
Band Color: Silver
Dial Color: Green
Diameter: 47 x 40 mm
Bracelet Length: 187 x 20 mm
Case Thickness: 13 mm
Phoenikz Validity of what? Yes I did read below the headline (Nice! You must be an intern) and you still have no confirmation of a ten year service interval. “Rolex Replica Watch corporate has confirmed the news” is pure BS unless you have somebody on the record. So who exactly is your source? Why would they confirm something to a watch blog that’s not a part of an official corporate position? What exactly is the ten year recommendation? Except for dive watches, which should have seals checked? Ten years, unless used in harsh climates or high vibration environments? If you say ten years, customers are going to go ballistic if the watch needs servicing before then, and could raise hell with Rolex replica watches for claiming such an interval. Which they haven’t. Not yet, anyway.
Here you explain what this new service schedule means to us muggles:
“This undoubtedly means some massive savings, as it reduces the required periodical services (used to replace lubricants and check parts for excessive wear) to a third of its previous number. Needless to say, this not only indicates how Rolex has developed its products in a way that enhanced their reliability and long-term performance, but also how Rolex replica‘s confidence in the durability of its watches resulted in something that is highly beneficial to the end-consumer.”
You have quite a statement there. Would you care to show me where Rolex replica has EVER officially stated the watch should be serviced every three years? I’ve purchased two new Rolex timepieces in the last two years, and no where in the written material, nor in conversation with my ADs, did they ever mention a set service interval. I was told to bring it in for service when it’s running erratically or stops, and not before. I guess they never received the 3-year memo. They should have talked to your Rolex replica corporate source.
Rolex is notoriously tight-lipped, but apparently they verify stuff to watch blogs so they”ll spread the news while Rolex replica makes no official statement at all, nor is it in writing anywhere for the customer to see. Then people think they say ten years, but they have no obligation to mean it. If they rewrite the owners manuals and say ten years, then we have a declaration. But until this happens, this is all conjecture and should be framed as such. Finally, read your own headline. “Rolex replica confirms 10-year Service Interval.” That means the company made an official statement, does it not? So where is it?