I’ve always thought of watch modding as a bit of a double-edged sword. Its great to see a unique, often one-of-a-kind take on a watch, but its also a little painful to see a perfectly good Seiko get torn open. Frankly, a part of me thinks it was fine just the way it was. But at the end of the day, with most watch mods, you’re dealing with watches that cost under $200 or even $100, so no big deal, right? But what about modding a watch valued at 20, 30 or 40 times that? Does tampering with a high-end luxury timepiece take away from its intrinsic value, or enhance it? To find out, lets take a look at some luxury watch mods and the companies that make them.
Pro Hunter is attractive because of its unique appearance. It is a custom-made Rolex watch that usually features bright nylon strap. Today, the replica watch is a Rolex Pro Hunter watch from Explorer collection, it features pvd black case and Pro Hunter iconic nylon strap. The replica Rolex is 42mm in case diameter and 13.5mm thick, actually the watch has the same case construction and size of genuine Rolex Explorer. This replica Rolex Stealth Pro Hunter is the ultimate version, not only because it has high end case polishing, but also with a quality movement inside. Seeing from the movement testing picture below, the watch is only 4 seconds slower each day.
The movement is modified on the basis of an Asian ETA 2836-2 automatic caliber, it has nickle plated movement rotor and plates that are decorated to the outlook of Rolex Calibre 3187. All markings and engravings on the movement are set correct just like the genuine. If you want to adjust the time, date and gmt, just pull out the crown to a certain position to set.