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As we all know that the rose gold has developed a plethora of nicknames such as: pink gold, red gold, not to mention the obscure “magic gold” and “king gold” from the replica breitling watch. All of which offers a unique alternative to the traditional yellow gold options presently on the market. This particular shade of gold has rapidly become the preferred non-silver metal for many. As with many contenders in the marketplace, Rolex developed its own proprietary version of pink gold—aptly named Everose. Fancy nomenclature aside, there are many important differences to Rolex’s proprietary pink blend that set it apart from the pack. 
Apart from the usual suspects, the replica Rolex also adds just a touch of platinum to its Everose formula as well. While we know that other brands are also taking some sort of action to accomplish the same result, after 13 years on the market thus far it seems Rolex’s alloy is living up to every expectation. That in mind, here are some of our favorite Everose replica watches from the Rolex archives.
Rolex Yacht-Master 116655 Oysterflex
Out on the much more casual end of the spectrum, the fake Rolex Yacht-Master in Everose is a special breed of diver, primarily on account of its precious metal construction. While most are used to steel or titanium-cased tool divers, the Yachtmaster’s textured Cerachrom bezel and Everose gold case give it a much more refined look without compromising its utilitarian and functional design.
Rolex President Day-Date 228235 40MM
This unique execution of the everose Rolex President is the ultimate example of how breitling  replica can deliver a watch that’s both understated and impactful all at the same time. The combination of a 40mm Everose case and bracelet and a rich chocolate brown dial are an unexpected pairing that works incredibly well together. Much like we loved it on the ceramic Daytona we wrote about last year, the color combination is a real home run.
Rolex Everose Gold Daytona 116505 Diamond Dial 
Even though we previously made mention of the more recent Everose Daytona with a Cerachrom bezel and chocolate brown dial, this stunning monochrome Everose Daytona 116505 is in a different league altogether. Most often we’re fans of seeing a certain level of contrast with a chronograph’s subdials, though in the case of this 2011 release, said contrast is achieved through a subtle circular etched pattern in the subdial rings. Its bezel is of the pre-ceramic era, however, the overall look of this gold-on-gold Daytona is incredibly timeless, ensuring it will remain immensely desirable as the years pass.