Are you familiar with the words Oyster and Perpetual on Rolex dials? It's short, but hidden in those two words are two of the great innovations of the replica Rolex watchmaker: the water-resistant Oyster case and the in-house self-winding movement.
The 1926 Oyster case was water resistant, which set a replica Rolex watch apart from its contemporaries. The advent of the Rolex Oyster changed the role of the watch at the time, from an accessory worn mainly by women to a must-have for every item in everyday life. The Oyster case securely protects the movement inside, allowing the wearer to wear the replica watch anytime, anywhere.
In the replica Rolex brand, the Oyster case is the main element that the company develops year after year. It represents the quality of a solid mechanical watch and certainly has a history of its own. In this article, let's explore the success of the Rolex Oyster case step by step with Gerber Luxury!
Oyster was not the first to attempt to counter external forces with internal machinery. Back in 1891, a Swiss manufacturer called Francois Borgel invented a closed case that contained a centered movement with matching threads on the case. While it worked to a certain extent, the market didn't really welcome the move, so Francois Bogle's idea didn't pan out. It wasn't until the end of the First World War that customers' perceptions of watches gradually changed.
The horrors of war proved that the replica watches more important than the pocket watch. Soldiers wearing wristwatches changed people's perception of wrist replica watches. Although considered "women's only jewelry", the wristwatch has become widely known because it was worn by the military - the tough and masculine upper class.