Best Available Luxury Two-Tone Watches

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Steel and gold luxury watches are common to all of us. Actually, they have been around for a few years and, driven by some of the famous names in watchmaking, including Rolex, actually define the industry today. Trends come and go, and it's true, two-tone fake watches are making a comeback. This raises the question: what is the best two-tone luxury watch on the market today?  Luxury Two-Tone Watches The first two-tone watches date from the 1930s, when Rolex patented its Rolesor process. These first examples were given steel cases and outer links, while the bezels, crowns, and center links were forged in gold. The manufacturer was initially hesitant to adopt the new color scheme on various models before adopting it on the Rolex Date just a few years later and creating what is probably the most typical Rolex visual. However, the heyday of the two-tone watch actually came in the 1980s - a decade of reckless extravagance and questionable taste. But as with all things, the trend is in full swing, and two-tone watches are beginning to gain attention from a younger audience. While this aesthetic is still critical in today's fake Rolex lineup, it has inspired tributes from virtually every brand across the industry. It seems only fair that Rolex's contemporary lineup offers a number of two-tone replica watches. The opulence of gold and the practicality of steel make it great for several of the more luxurious tool watch lines, such as the Daytona and Submariner, and it has recently become a welcome addition to its latest release, the Sky-Dweller. Toning down all the precious metals with a splash of stainless steel has brought Rolex's flagship travel watch into the price range of more fans and collectors. The first model was recently discontinued - a steel and gold watch with an all-black bezel that remained a fixture in the lineup in one form or another for a few years. This modern six-figure version entered the replica Rolex catalog in the mid-2000s. However, even that piece lost out on the nostalgia stakes in 2018, when the ref. 126711CHNR arrived - a wonderful throwback to the root beer models of the 1960s and 1970s - and it even managed to grab some of the headlines dominated by Pepsi in 2018. This latest variation on the two-tone theme swaps out the original yellow gold elements for Rolex's proprietary Everose pink gold, creating an entirely softer and more versatile look called the "Everose Rolesor." If you liked the appearance of the original GMT Master in steel and yellow gold, you're out of luck now as that option has been discontinued entirely in favor of the current Root Beer GMT-Master II in steel and rose gold.