Rolex new Greenwich II

Rolex in Oyster-style constant-action Greenwich II watch on the configuration of red and blue color two-color Cerachrom character, this design came in 1955 with the first Greenwich-type outer ring echoes. Red circle in the ceramic is very rare; to complete the red part, the next will have to adjust the chemical composition of each ceramic particles, from the In the outside, the half circle from red to blue, but also to ensure that the two colors contrast. The entire Cerachrom circle is red and blue, with the red portion representing 6 am to 6 pm and the blue representing 6 pm to 6 am. One forming the word circle, is extremely strong, in line with replica watches quality and performance requirements of reliable and reliable. Like all Rolex Cerachrom character circles, this design has superior scratch resistance, corrosion resistance, even by ultraviolet radiation does not fade, the shape is also the same attention. Ceramic luster to the word circle appears more three-dimensional, while enhancing the color effect, reminiscent of the first Greenwich-type watch Plexiglas resin glass circle. Engraved above the number and progressive scale are the Rolex patent PVD (Physical Vapor Deposition (physical vapor deposition) coating technology into a thin layer of platinum. Its depth and matte finish, and polished surface of the word ring contrast, resulting in three-dimensional effect, clear and easy to read. Break the line The new Greenwich II is equipped with red and blue two-color Cerachrom character circle, the emergence of this unique high-tech ceramic components, also developed by the R & D Cerachrom 2005 new patents. This design combines the outstanding technical performance of the Cerachrom ring, as well as the classic two-color model of the Greenwich type. Original red and blue design Since the swiss replica watches Greenwich-type watch in 1955 since the launch of its 24-hour progressive red and blue double-color rotating outer ring will be particularly eye-catching. The additional hands will rotate around the dial every 24 hours, allowing pilots working in the rapidly expanding international aviation business to simultaneously read both time zones. Bright red and blue design, the formation of a strong visual contrast, to ensure that this professional watch more legible. The outer ring of the first Greenwich type is painted in red and blue, half in red and blue, and then joined in a clear Plexiglas resin glass coating. This mode of production allows color through the Plexiglas resin glass coating presented, so that the outer ring more three-dimensional. In 1959, the brand successfully produced a two-color anodized aluminum ring, replacing the original Plexiglas resin glass circle. After the combination of other colors have been available, such as the gold and gold watches, brown and gold combination, or in 1982 launched the wine red and black double-color Greenwich II watch. However, in the eyes of many Greenwich-type fans, red and blue color outer ring is always the classic characteristics of this watch. Cerachrom ring, the ideal ceramic components After years of research, Rolex in 2005 developed a high-performance components assembled in rotating outer ring ─ ─ patent Cerachrom circle. The polished surface of this ceramic ring is extremely scratch-resistant and gives off a deep, long-lasting shine in sharp contrast to a numerically and graduated scale that is painted with a thin gold or platinum and precisely engraved. Ceramic is rugged material, has a strong anti-scratch, corrosion resistance, even by ultraviolet radiation will not fade. Innovative and perfect for the Rolex, this material will replace the ideal choice for anodized aluminum. Oyster-style constant-action Greenwich II is the first Oyster series fusion Cerachrom word ring technology watch, the new Cerachrom word circle launched in 2005, with all-black design. To meet the quality standards and production technology of all major watch components, Rolex has developed its own expertise, processes and high-tech equipment for the independent production of ceramic components. The workshops are located in the Plan-les-Ouates premises in the suburbs of Roissy, Rolex. Rolex complete all the cases and strap components in the process, including casting alloy or purchase other raw materials, as well as processing, assembly and polishing. From raw materials to the finished products of the Cerachrom circle, Rolex has a complete knowledge of the entire ceramic component production process. With its own proprietary technology, Rolex is able to propose innovative solutions and create components that meet brand specifications and quality standards. replica watches by virtue of professional knowledge, in addition to the black ceramic character circle, since 2007 more Oyster Perpetual Submariner Calendar type and 18ct gold Oyster Perpetual Yacht Mingshi II manufacturing unique blue and green Cerachrom circle . In 2010, the brand in the word circle technology on further development, success for the cosmometer type Daytona watch developed one formed Cerachrom bezel. And its design evolved from the original black to 2013 brown, the brown bezel watches made of platinum, especially to celebrate the 50th anniversary of this legendary chronograph design. Over the years, the production of two-color ceramic outer ring of the red part, technically impossible. However, the R & D department, with its abundant resources, decided to accept the challenge and eventually succeeded in combining the technical properties of the Cerachrom circle with the classical two-color aesthetics of the Greenwich type. After many years of research and improvement, Rolex with this exclusive technology to blue with black, in 2013 to produce the world's first two-color Cerachrom word circle. Into 2014, the brand is more successful manufacture of red and blue color Cerachrom word ring, and other Rolex watch components uphold the same stringent quality standards. Red and blue color Cerachrom word ring "Cerachrom" an acronym derived from the "ceramic" (ceramic) and ancient Greek solution for the color of the suffix "chrom". The available color of the ceramic is limited by its manufacturing process. In general, the formation of color from the mineral pigments (mineral pigments), these pigments need to withstand high temperature firing, high temperature firing makes the ceramic becomes dense, and unique hardness. However, red itself does not have a stable mineral pigment, making it difficult to form Cerachrom components. Nevertheless, Rolex began to secret process to produce red ceramic. However, for the brand, this innovative technology is only half the success, more accurately, from the unique red and blue color two-color Cerachrom circle, remains to be completed. The face of the remaining challenges, Rolex engineers finally found a solution. This ingenious process involves adding an innovative coloring process to the standard Cerachrom circle production. In this way, half of the red ceramic character circle can become blue. The formation of this color, must be representative of the night (6 pm to 6 am) the part of the word circle, immersed in a particular component of the compound solution. After the addition of the solution, the ceramic is sintered at a temperature in excess of 1,600 ° C, where it becomes firm and gives the desired color. During this firing, the ceramic becomes denser and the added compound reacts with the basic element of the red Cerachrom ring to form the final bluish tint. This approach may seem simple, but must be overcome before the technical obstacles to overcome: first, the deployment of the red to blue original compound solution; then evenly add the appropriate component of the solution; to ensure that the two color areas contrast clear boundaries Accurate; then is to determine the actual sintering time and temperature, so as not to deform the entire component. All of the above factors are critical to the success of the process and the quality of the final product