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Rolex is known for its delicate work. At Baselworld 2014, replica Rolex can be seen as one of the most attractive brand according to its new items. However, most people have noticed the new design of shape and materials of Rolex things, such as the new Sea-Dweller and "Pepsi bezel" GMT-Master II. However, those tiny little details, for me, is the most interesting parts, for example, the new technology of the Rolex- Syloxi, a fundamentally silicon (silicium) hairspring. Though it's almost hidden, people with detailed looking would find it surprisingly.

Yes, that is right: start from 2014, the technology of silicon hairsprings was begun to be incorporated into watches. Although, it is known that this skill has long been grasped by Rolex, they didn't use it until now. . It was only several years ago, in the year 2000, that Rolex introduced their "paramagnetic" Parachrom hairspring that is an exotic alloy of metals. As of 2014 the Syloxi silicon hairsprings will not replace Parachrom hairsprings, but will rather sit side by side them in a different range of watches.

It is suggested by Rolex that for the time being the more advanced Syloxi hairsprings will have life in their ladies watches - beginning with these new jewelry versions of the Oyster Perpetual Datejust Pearlmaster 34 watch. Normally I would never doubt that a precious stone-laden timepiece for women would be how Rolex debuts a new technology. As a matter of fact, one might argue that 2014 is really about Rolex intentionally doing things that people would never be able to predict.

Respectively, Rolex replica watches tend to consist the use of Parachrom hairspring for men's watches (at least in near future), while the Syloxi hairsping is widely used in women's. Specially, Syloxi has been introduced in the Rolex in-house made calibre 2236 automatic movement. It is claimed by Rolex that by the usage of the silicon hairspring, the battery life can be extended to 55 hours, while watches with the traditional hairspring can only last for 49 hours.

So these images are of two of the new Datejust Pearlmaster 34 watches that will contain the calibre 2236 movement. The Pearlmaster version of the Datejust has a unique bracelet and some other distinct features. Of course those features often include precious stone decoration and precious metal case and bracelet construction. Unsurprisingly the Datejust Pearlmaster 34 for 2014 will come in 18k yellow, white, or rose gold. More surprisingly is that different versions has different features, such as the white gold version comes master with sapphires, the yellow gold version with diamonds, and the rose gold (Everose) version with rubies. All of the models have fully diamond set dials.

As a jewelry watch there is a lot to appreciate. For instance the dials are hand-set with diamonds before the hour markers are applied. If you look closely at the bezels you'll notice that Rolex selects slightly darker stones at each hour marker point. There is no doubt that all of these diamonds are manually made by Rolex in-house with outstanding quality. Every Perpetual Pearlmaster watch is designed with an extra bracelet with diamond-set.

Of course, these are strictly ladies replica watches and to opt for this collection to debut a new piece of movement technology is a strange thing as women are traditionally not the key demographic to be interested in the details and performance of a watch movement. Nevertheless Rolex has incorporated Syloxi in the 2236 and it is unclear exactly how they will roll-out the technology into future timepieces.

Why silicon? This is a good ask. In terms of traditional metal hairsprings, though it is easy to shape, it is easily affected by temperature, magnetism, and is very unstable as well. In this sense, silicon can overcome these disadvantages and makes Syloxi hairspring much more stable for timekeeping. Furthermore, using of silicion can largely reduce the after-sale maintenance, such as adding lubrication. Though the Rolex has mastered the technology of adopting silicon, it was seemed that they would never use it. Is there any difference between the silicon hairsprings adopted by the Rolex and other companies? The answer is yes, according to Rolex. The Rolex claims that its technology of Syloxi hairspring is certified by several patents, including how it is produced, the attachment of balance wheel and hairspring. Further, with the certification of COSC Chronometer, the Rolex tend to declare that the hairsprings offered by them would be possibly providing the best performance. Although there already are 34 high-end ladies watches with the Oyster Perpetual Datejust Pearlmaster, we believe that the Syloxi hairsprings would find its way to make a figure.