Since early 1950s, Rolex has started to create special watches that served as tools for professionals, such as divers, pilots, explorers and mountain climbers. Under the Professional line, UK copy Rolex launched some iconic wristwatches.
In 1953, Rolex launched the Submariner, the first wristwatch that was water resistant to 100 metres/330 feet. In addition, the prototype of the Explorer worked well in the most extreme conditions of Himalayas, at the wrist of Sherpa Tenzing Norgay, during the first successful ascent of Mount Everest. Some years later, the Explorer II was launched, which was specially designed for cave explorers.
The Professional line was refreshed with the GMT-Master watch in 1954, which was specially made for “Pan Am” pilots to offer easier time reading on transcontinental flights.
In 1956, Rolex released the Milgauss–a watch for scientists, with resistance to magnetic fields up to 1,000 Gauss.
Rolex presented the Cosmograph Daytona in 1960. Named after the famous motor race in the United States, the chronograph marked the beginning of the Rolex’s connection with the automobile sport.
In 1971, professional divers got the improved version of the Submariner model. Owing to the gas escape valve, the Sea-Dweller watch enjoyed water resistance up to 2000 feet at first, and up to 4000 feet few years later.
The Rolex Professional line was enhanced with new Yacht-Master watches In 1992, for both men and women who desired to conquer the sea. When it came to the Yacht-Master II watches, professional and amateur sailors got the outstanding regatta chronograph that was distinguished with a programmable countdown.
At present, UK Rolex replica continues to develop the brand’s flagship models, with advanced mechanisms, up-to-date and refined materials, keeping the timeless apperance and the traditional quality.