This one surprised me. If you google the reference number and “Ford,” a few other examples of this same watch pop up, sure, but I would be lying if I said I knew this existed. We see a lot of Swiss made replica Rolex here on the vintage desk, but this is the first “Ford” OP Date we’ve come across.
In the metal, the 1:1 replica Rolex Datejust ref. 15037, and this special edition, in particular, is a real treat. As an American-market super clone watch – this is Detroit’s Ford Motor Company we are talking about here, after all – the case and rivet-link Oyster bracelet are executed in 14k yellow gold rather than 18k.
This difference is actually quite noticeable. Until you have seen a truly unpolished and nicely patinated 14k yellow gold case of the perfect fake Rolex in person, it is really hard to understand. But trust me, there is a warmth here that draws me in – even more so than those bright diamond hour markers.
My favorite detail of the high quality replica Rolex Datejust (ok, there are a lot, it’s a close race for a favorite here) is the gold printing on the deep blue dial. I use the word deep for lack of a better way to describe it. Many blue 1:1 copy Rolex Datejust dials from this era are metallic and flat, even linen- or mosaic-textured examples, but the finishing here is inviting – like looking into a clear Lake Erie. A lot of that depth has to do with the printing. It is light and airy, somehow sitting on both the dial’s surface and a millimeter or two underneath it and at a slight angle.
This Swiss movement fake Rolex UK gets its nickname from the story that these watches were presented or offered to executives at the Ford Motor Company. If the dial tone and caseback logo detailing isn’t enough proof to back up that claim, our example puts the cherry on top with a chronometer certificate that confirms delivery to Ford through AAA replica Rolex New York. None of those other examples I mentioned earlier are complete with boxes, papers, and a rivet Oyster bracelet, by the way. Ours is, check it out, right here.