In spite of various watches that Rolex provides, however, there are only four different styles of bracelets available. While the Pearlmaster bracelet technically counts as a bracelet option, it is made in extremely limited numbers, and is particularly fitted to Rolex’s gem-encrusted, precious metal, Pearlmaster line of watches. All the rest of replica Rolex’s various timepieces receive an Oyster, Jubilee, or President bracelet; however not all bracelet styles are available for all line of watch, and some bracelets are only craft from special materials.
The Oyster bracelet is Rolex’s original in-house bracelet design, which is introduced during the late 1930s, and it is the only bracelet style that is available as a choice on every single line of Rolex watches. Besides, it is the only bracelet style that is manufactured in every single metal type/combination; and certain lines of fake Rolex watches, like the replica rolex Submariner and Explorer, are only available with an Oyster bracelet.
The Oyster bracelet uses Rolex’s iconic, three-link design, which has remained remarkably visually consistent since its initial introduction. The large, flat structure of its links makes it the most robust style of bracelet that Rolex manufactures, and it is the default option for many of Rolex’s professional lines of watches. Although the Oyster bracelet (like all other Rolex bracelet styles) has undergone a number of updates and improvements all these years, its overall appearance has remained greatly unchanged, and its aesthetic has become one of the defining traits of the Rolex brand.
Initially launched in 1945, the Jubilee bracelet was particularly designed for the Datejust line of watches in celebration of Rolex’s 40th anniversary. When it was first introduced, the Jubilee bracelet was Rolex’s flagship offering, and was only available in solid gold. However, since the President bracelet has become Rolex’s premier bracelet option, the Jubilee is now manufactured in every single metal combination except platinum and white gold.
The Jubilee bracelet uses a five-piece, semi-circular link design that has a more refined and elegant appearance than that of the Oyster bracelet. The Jubilee bracelet has undergone a number of updates and refinements throughout the years, just like other models, as Rolex continuously works to improve the reliability and functionality of their products. In years past, the Jubilee bracelet was fitted to a number of different lines of watches in the Rolex catalogue; however it is now only offered as an option on the Datejust and GMT-Master II lines of watches.
The overall appearance of the President bracelet is somewhat of a mix between an Oyster bracelet and a Jubilee bracelet. Its three-piece, semi-circular link design provides it with a more gorgeous look and feel than the Oyster bracelet; Contemporary President use ceramic inserts inside the links for enhanced durability and are always fitted with Rolex’s Crownclasp, a concealed clasp design that creates a seamless effect throughout the band. However, the single, rounded center link gives it a less delicate appearance than the Jubilee bracelet, which uses three smaller links in the center.