Why settle for off the shelf gold when you can make your own? In the battle of the best materials to use to manufacture copy watches, some watch brands tinker with secret formulas to produce gold that they can call their own. Depending on the specific blend, the results vary from distinct tones to improved durability.
Rolex Everose Gold
Unveiled in 2005, Everose is Rolex’s exclusive 18k gold alloy that promises to never fade. Whether you call it rose gold or pink gold, Rolex Everose Luxury Replica Watch is a special formula of gold, copper, and platinum. Known for its focus on vertical integration, Rolex also boasts its own foundry to create the gold it uses to craft watches.
Omega Sedna Gold
Named after a distant red planetoid, Sedna gold is Swiss Fake Omega’s proprietary 18k rose gold alloy, a blend that brings together gold, copper, and palladium to ensure a long-lasting reddish luster.
Hublot Magic Gold
Using its own avant-garde approach to alchemy, Hublot Replica Watch has managed to turn soft and malleable gold into a tougher and scratch-resistant metal by infusing it with ceramic. Aptly named Magic Gold, the magical mix of ceramic—prized for its hardness and solidity—and liquid gold took two years for Hublot to develop.