Michael Jordan, as we’ve written, is one of the most aggressively eclectic replica watch collectors we’ve got. Along with his bootcut jeans and v-neck tees, he is best known for rocking the futuristic creations of Urwerk, Roger Dubuis, and Ulysse Nardin. These watches crank the pedal to the metal with weird complications, show-off skeleton dials, and never-before-seen shapes. For last weekend’s NBA Hall of Fame induction ceremony, though, MJ chose something a little more conservative: a classic Rolex Sky-Dweller replica watch with black dial. The piece isn’t a complete deviation from Jordan’s thoroughly modern tastes, though. The Sky-Dweller is Rolex’s updated take on its GMT-Master II. Also this week, Courtside Drake is back and so is Rachel Green!
Micheal Jordan’s Rolex Sky-Dweller Fake With White Gold Case
When we say the Sky-Dweller is modern, we really mean it. By Rolex’s standards, it’s practically a newborn. The watch was first introduced in 2012, and at the time it was the first completely new Rolex model to arrive in 20 years. While the GMT-Master was designed for pilots—the first pieces went to those at Pan-Am— the Swiss Rolex Sky-Dweller copy watch , which was originally released in a higher price tier, is more like a watch for professional fliers. So, yeah, I’d say this is an appropriate watch for Michael Jordan.