Rolex’s Middle East Arabic Number Discount Fake Watches

Today, in the Middle East and the wealthy oil production region of the Middle East and Arabia, the East Arabic numerals are widely used with the Arab alphabet text. For this reason, these numbers are sometimes described as “Arabic Text” in the watch auction directory, from now on, referred to as “Arabic numerals.” Oriental Arabic numerals, sometimes called Arabic-India, are also known as the Middle East Arabic numerals, from the symbol of the Indian-Arabic digital system invented by Indian mathematicians about 1600 years ago. Over time, they were adopted by the Arabs and then adopted in the West to evolve into Arabic numerals (1, 2, 3, etc.) commonly used today.

The first generation:

Rolex provided unique dials with Arabic numerals for the Day-Date watch as early as the late 1950s.

The famous Rolex antique expert Ericku once said: “Rolex is willing to customize discount fake watches according to the needs of customers and taste to increase sales of emerging luxury markets.” This is the basic principle behind this Arabic dial. “Because of the discovery of oil in the Middle East, first in Iran in 1908, and then gradually spread throughout the region, coupled with the severe colonial impact of Britain, it was why Rolex entered the Middle East very early.” We want to know how these Arab dials are And when the exact details are generated. Still, the information about the old Rolex is always challenging to obtain, especially since the special report is minimal. After much domestic and foreign news and asking all kinds of senior Rolex cousins to draw the following conclusions, the DAY-DATE, which uses Arabic numbers for the first time, is 6510 and 6511. The date displayed the Rolex watch. 6611 dog tooth ring, 6612 aperture, and 6613 diamond rings. This generation of Rolex is the beginning of Arabic digital stories.

Rolex 6612B “Lone Star”

Arabic text on the Sunday calendar is used in stages, starting from the week. Ref.6611 with Arabian weekly trading can be traced back to the late 1950s, and the date of Arabic spelling is used. However, the scale is still ordinary. Because Islam does not advocate men wearing golden, the use of diamonds can be closer to localization. There are diamonds on the dial. This is a sign designed for the upper customers.

Rolex 6612B “Lone Star”

Like all the products of Rolex, it is difficult to determine what specific time to list the Arabic dial. But it is inevitable that starting from the late 1950s, such dials are installed on Day-Date for the first time. There are many such samples. These unique watches will likely be the first Arabic text week function producing a complete Arabic digital date and matching. It is not only Rolex but also the swiss replica watches industry—the first generation of an Arabic numeral time labeling scale.

The second generation:

There is a clear record is the next-generation DAY-DATES (Reference number 1802, 1803, 1804, etc.), which came out in 1961. This is also one of the most special Day-Dates in history. Ref.1804 can be traced back to 1960 and was called “Scheherazade” by PUCCI. Almost all aspects are unique in all aspects.

ROLEX 1804

This generation of Arab special edition Rolex ultimately launched this gun, allowing watches with Arabic dials to be very popular, resulting in most of them in the next 20 years. After experiments, its customers also issued various custom orders. In this era, there were many combinations of Arabic dial colors and time marks, and the shells and bracelets were also extraordinary.

ROLEX Ref.1803 Aladdin’s Rose

There are even some Arabic -made Rolex Rolex, such as these 1803 rose gold, which appear rare, such as “Aladdin’s Rose” Aladdin rose disk. The Syrian market is exclusive.

ROLEX Ref.1803 Aladdin’s Rose

Third Generation:

Although Rolex continues to update and modify versions, the fonts of the digital scale of Arabic text have always maintained the same size and style, as well as the Arabian week and Arabic digital date. However, by the 1970s or in the early 1980s, the Arabic digital scale dial was discontinued entirely, leaving only the Arabian week and Arabic digital date. The time marking scale is changed to the scale of the standard version again.

Fourth Generation:

By the 2016 Basel Watch Show, the new Day-Date 40 Arabian digital appeared, M228206-0025. It can be regarded as a tribute to the golden age of Arabic digital dials from the 1960s to the 1970s. At the same time, the distribution is minimal. This is inheritance.

  • Band Width: 20mm
  • Engine: Rolex Calibre 2836
  • Series: Day-Date
  • Model: 228396
  • Case Size: 40mm
  • Gender: Men’s
  • Brand: Rolex

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