Different Versions of Everose Gold Rolex Daytona

I have a particular preference for rose gold chronographs. The combination of the masculine chronograph silhouette with the feminine rose gold-tone is incredibly appealing to me. As far as luxury pink gold chronographs go, there’s nothing better than the Everose gold watch from Rolex Daytona. As you may already know, Everose is Rolex’s proprietary rose gold alloy that promises to never tarnish. It is made from a secret blend of gold, copper, and platinum to achieve its signature shine and timeless color.13512P_12
However, this spectacularly bejeweled chronograph is not part of Rolex’s regular catalog, but a special gem-set model produced in very small quantities. Between the two of them, I have my favorite choice, but let’s review the fake Rolex Daytona 116505 with the 116515 models in Stellar Gold and see which one would be at the top of your watch wish list.
In 2005, Rolex came up with a patented rose gold alloy called Everose Gold. Thanks to a blend of gold, copper, and platinum, Rolex claimed Everose would surpass standard rose gold in terms of color and brilliance. Since then, the Swiss watchmaking giant has introduced a number of Everose gold models, and in 2008, the first Everose gold Daytona joined the collection – model number 116505. 116505.
Like other modern Daytona watches, the Everose gold Daytona ref. 116505 features a 40 mm case with screw-down chronograph pushers and a screw-down winding crown. At the top of the Daytona 116505’s 18K stellar gold case is a matching stellar gold bezel with a conveniently engraved tachymeter scale. Several dial colors are available, including black, ivory, rose gold, and chocolate; some even boast baguette diamond hour markers. The dial layout retains the familiar Daytona face and features three registers at 3, 6, and 9. The ultra-luxurious Everose Daytona ref. 116505 is a complete stellar gold Oyster bracelet with a solid center link.
2005 was a significant year for material innovation at replica Rolex shop, as it was in this year that the brand introduced Cerachrom – a proprietary ceramic alloy that is both scratch and fade resistant. 2011 saw Rolex pair Everose and Cerachrom on its flagship chronograph, bringing us the Daytona ref. 116515.
The Everose Daytona ref. 116515 replaces the engraved rose gold bezel. 116515 features a black Cerachrom ceramic bezel with Everose gold markers. The choice of dial shades is similar to that of the Daytona 116505, but the choice of the bracelet is really different.
While the Daytona 116515 is certainly a good-looking chronograph, I found that the black strap and black Cerachrom bezel took too much attention away from the rose-colored precious metal. In short, the Daytona 116505 looks like a predominantly black replica watch with some rose gold accents, and the Daytona 116505 is proudly rose gold from top to bottom. I say, go all gold or go home! What do you think? What would be your top choice in the Daytona 116505 vs. 116515 matchups?

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