While the Rolex brand includes an endless number of watch styles, as far as bracelets go, there are only three common styles we see. These are the Oyster, Jubilee or President. Of course, the Rolex brand also has rubber and leather straps. Today I will start with the copy Rolex Jubilee bracelet.
A Short History Of The Rolex Jubilee Bracelet
As we all know, Hans Wilsdorf founded the Rolex brand in London in 1905. Subsequently, through continuous breakthroughs, Rolex is quite popular. The Rolex Jubilee bracelet was born in 1945, the 40th anniversary of the Rolex brand. This is why the Jubilee bracelet is also known as a commemorative bracelet. In the same year, Rolex launched the first Datejust watch. The Rolex Datejust is equipped with an all-gold Jubilee bracelet.
Rolex Jubilee Bracelet vs Oyster
Rolex Oyster bracelet was born in 1930. The newer Jubilee bracelet is completely different from the Oyster bracelet. The Oyster bracelet consists of three large, flattened links with a wider middle link. The Rolex copy Jubilee bracelet uses a five-piece, semi-circular link design. The links on the edges are larger and are brushed. The three smaller links are located in the middle and are polished.
The Oyster bracelet is one of the sturdiest of the Rolex bracelets and is used on all professional Rolex sports replica watches. The Rolex Jubilee bracelet has a more refined and elegant look. At the same time, the Jubilee bracelet offers a more comfortable wearing experience.
Variations Of The Rolex Jubilee Bracelet
Rolex’s quest and efforts are non-stop, so we see watches becoming more and more reliable and functional. To this day, the appearance of the super clone Rolex Jubilee bracelet has not changed much, but it has made great innovations in construction and technology.
- 1. hollow links are replaced with solid links. We can distinguish it by the model number of the watch. The five-digit model number (16233) is equipped with a hollow Jubilee bracelet, while the six-digit (126710) is equipped with a solid bracelet.
- 2. replacing the clasp. Initially, the Rolex Jubilee bracelet is paired with a rectangular clasp. It was a simple clasp with a Rolex crown logo.
Later, starting with 6-digit watch models (such as 116233, 116234, etc.), the clasp was replaced with a hidden clasp. The clasp only reveals a small crown, having a simple aesthetic.
More recently, starting with Rolex Datejust watches with the calibre NO.3235 (e.g. 126333, 126233), the Oyster clasp was replaced, in line with the sports watches. The hidden clasp is now used only on the presidential bracelet in Rolex Day-Date watches, the Jubilee bracelet is no longer used.
- 3. the Rolex Jubilee bracelet, originally made only of yellow gold, has been expanded to include a two-tone version and an all-steel version. With the birth of the Rolex Day-Date watches in 1956, the Presidential bracelet was born as well. Then the Jubilee bracelet’s status began to decline. The Presidential bracelet became Rolex’s top bracelet and was only available in yellow gold. Correspondingly, the Jubilee bracelet became the most widely used regular bracelet.
- 4. appears in more fake Rolex watch collections. The Jubilee bracelet has been paired with many different collections of watches in the Rolex catalog over the past few years. However, the copy Rolex Jubilee bracelet now only appears in the Datejust and GMT-Master II collections.
Each Rolex copy bracelet or strap is finished and they all have a high sense of quality. The same watch will look different with different bracelets. Ultimately, the choice of a bracelet depends on your own preferences. Because every single Rolex bracelet is really comfortable to wear.