With a rotating bezel marked to 60 minutes that can be used to measure time intervals, the Turn-O-Graph is a distinctive wristwatch in the copy Rolex Datejust collection. Combining sport and luxury, the Turn-O-Graph also features Rolex’s outstanding craftsmanship, sturdiness and accuracy.
In fact, the Rolex Datejust Turn-o-graph replica is one of timepieces with the longest tradition in the Rolex family. As a member of the creative Professional line of Rolex watches, the first Turn-o-graph was unveiled in 1953, with the 40mm-diameter case, Caliber A.296 self-winding movement and water resistance to 50 meters. It is worth mentioning that it was the first Rolex watch with a rotating bezel for measuring periods of elapsed time, which became popular quickly.
In a mid 1950’s, Rolex launched the new Turn-o-graph, which was equipped with sophisticated Caliber A.260. However, due to the influence of new Rolex sport models, such as the Submariner and the GMT Master, the Turn-o-graph was discontinued in 1960’s.
At present, Rolex reinterprets this vintage model with the name–Oyster Perpetual Datejust Turn-o-graph. With standard Datejust case size of 36mm and the Cyclops eye over a red date counter, the quality Rolex Datejust fake timepieces also have bi-directional rotating fluted bezel, which is another aesthetic trait of Rolex.