The Often Overlooked Rolex Turn-O-Graph
Rolex’s Datejust Turn-O-Graph is a model that fans often overlook in the brand’s rich history. Best Rolex Replica Watches like Submariner tend to get a lot of glory in the sport and tool watch category.
A Closer Look at the Bezel Function
The Turn-O-Graph established a number of firsts for the Fake Rolex Watches brand. One of these is the rotating 60-unit bezel from which the watch gets its name. Understanding watch bezels and how they work can seem like a daunting task at first glance.
A rotating bezel is one that can be turned and used in tandem with the watch’s primary timekeeping functions. Together, they allow you to calculate certain measurements of time. In the case of the Luxury Rolex Replica Watches Turn-O-Graph, you can use this type of bezel to track two different types of measurements. You can calculate elapsed time or a specific interval so long as they’re under one hour.
Measuring Elapsed Time or a Specific Interval
To measure elapsed time using a Rolex Turn-O-Graph Replica Watch begin rotating the bezel. Stop rotating when the minute marker, indicated by the arrow, lines up with the minute hand on the watch dial. As the minute hand measures the passage of time, you’ll be able to see how much time has elapsed. Remember that it must be less than one hour. When your interval completes, simply note the position of the minute hand. Then, calculate the difference between that marking and your minute marker.