Initially when I first saw the Rolex Ocean-Occupant 4000 replica it certainly made a great first impression. Several months later and that i find myself within the lucky position of getting one on my small wrist for a while of your time. I cover our ideas about this timepiece within the video below, but remained using the overall impression of the delivering a really versatile replica watch. It’s not only an incredible dive watch, it’s also much more refined compared to Submariner, this lending itself to some more understated look.
*Shinier compared to older model because of the ceramic bezel and bigger white-colored gold plots around the dial.
*Bracelet is incredible, with Glidelock and also the Diver’s extension from the DSSD.
*Bracelet is heavy because it is all solid links (older ones had some hollow links)
*Great weight onto it.
*The ceramic bezel is gorgeous, but additionally blinding within the light.
*They introduced back a classic staple, the ‘matte dial’ with this model. It cuts a few of the shine from the watch but as you can tell above near the vintage 1680 I had been putting on, is not really everything matte, it feels a little dull.
*Nice thick azure very pokes over the bezel.
*Winding the crown was easy and totally smooth.
*The bezel clicks strongly and perfectly, however i discover the half markers round the whole factor a little busy, less elegant and sleek than SeaDwellers past.
*Blue Chromalight lume, that is awesome and appears such as this
*Wears rather high in wrist, difficult to tell how comfortable it might be before the bracelet was sized correctly, however i fear on my small wrist it might be somewhat floppy.
*Very steady clone Rolex 3135 movement and seconds hands gliding over the dial.