Fashionable Two-Tone Rolex Watches

Rolex watches are almost the most famous models among watch branded collectors. However, some like them, while others can’t wrap their heads around the mixing of two metals on one fake watch. As die-hard fans of two-color Rolex watches, we clearly belong in the first camp. If you’re not sure if you can keep up with the two-tone luxury watch trend, check out these three modern two-tone Rolex replica watches, which may well lead you in the right direction.

Rolex has been making two-tone watch steel and yellow gold watches since the 1930s. To be honest, the company trademarked the name “Rolesor,” which is the official Rolex term for its two-tone watches.

So, let’s start with an updated classic—a two-tone Rolex Datejust 41 ref. 126333. Classic because of the ref. 126333 has all the Datejust traits we’ve come to know and love and updated since it’s part of the larger and upgraded Datejust 41 collection.

The Datejust 41 model sports a (naturally) 41mm stainless steel case topped with the familiar fluted bezel in yellow gold and decorated with a yellow screw-down winding crown. Carrying on the golden hue is the champagne dial, which is home to luminescent baton hour makers or diamond hour markers and the amazing date window at 3 o’clock.

Apart from the dress fake watch, two-tone Rolex watches also come in sportier styles. Take for example the two-tone Rolex Submariner replica. The combination of robust stainless steel, precious 18k yellow gold, and ultra-modern black ceramic come together to make one much more attractive Submariner.

The new model in this two-tone Rolex roundup, the Sky-Dweller ref. 326933 made its debut at Baselworld 2017. This was the first time Rolex made a half-gold model of the Sky-Dweller available, thereby significantly dropping the entry price of their annual calendar watch.

Two-Tone Rolex Watches

The Rolex Sky-Dweller watch features a large 42mm Oyster case made even more prominent thanks to its yellow gold fluted bezel. While the fake Sky-Dweller is one of the few Rolex watches available with leather bands, the appeal of a two-tone Oyster bracelet is difficult to resist. Although Rolex has had two-tone watches in its catalog for eight decades, these modern versions show that wearing a mix of steel and gold is far from obsolete. Two-color Rolex watches emphasize that some typical patterns are worth long-term favorites.