For many watch lovers, the luminescence is not only a simple function of a timepiece, it will make draw all the attention in a dark environment. Sometimes it becomes an import factor to attract watch lovers to buy a certain watch especially someone who attaches more importance to the watch brand. For example, in daytime, they are all the ordinary diving watches with black dials, however, at dark night, in the bright and fascinating green light, the Mercedes hand of your Rolex Submariner copy watch with Oystersteel case will be more charming.
Referring to luminescence, “Super-LumiNova” could be seen on many watches. However, it is developed and produced by a Nemoto & Co., which is from Japan. Since it is not radioactive, the luminous material does not decay over time and, most importantly, is completely harmless to humans. Is there only Super-LumiNova adopted in watchmaking industry? It is absolutely no. Ball has developed its own luminescent material too.
Rolex also has developed its own luminescent material by its advanced technology. What Rolex uses is the Chromalight luminescent technology, the materials and recipes have still been a secret in watchmaking industry. For example, the advanced technology has been first used on Deepsea in 2008, which glows as long as 8 hours which is two times longer than Super-Luminova. Rolex Sea-Dweller fake watch with self-winding mechanical movement exudes the unique deep and remote blue light, which is also another classic symbol of Rolex.