Nesmith has let the fame go all the way to his head … and subsequently to his wrist, as he wears a white UK Swiss super clone Rolex Daytona on an Oyster bracelet for the entirety of the film – even in some places where it makes absolutely no sense.
This isn’t just any best 1:1 super clone Rolex Daytona though – but rather the first “modern” Daytona, also known as the Zenith Daytona. This name refers to the reference 16520, which was released in 1988 ending the vintage, Paul Newman-era Rolex Daytona fake for sale design aesthetic (that now fetches six- to seven-figure price tags). The reason for the Zenith moniker has to do with the movement beating away inside the watch. Prior to 1988, the Daytona was a manual-wind chronograph. Swiss made fake Rolex utilized a Zenith movement but made plenty of modifications before taking the new watch to market.
The 16520 Rolex Daytona super clone online took a new visual approach to its predecessors. The new automatic movement brought with it more dial text by way of the Superlative Chronometer designation. The subdials took on a more contrast-forward design. The whole top fake watch presented a bit more luxury and a lot less racetrack. There’s no clearer indication of that than on the bracelet, which featured polished center links (and which modern high quality super clone Rolex Daytonas continue to utilize today).
Nesmith’s AAA quality super clone Rolex Daytona is the white dial variant with contrasting black subdials and a steel bezel. Historically we’ve seen this watch paired with everything from casual wear to a racing uniform, which makes this one all the more hilarious as he wears his with his fictional space get-up. There’s literally no scene where he isn’t wearing the Swiss movement replica watches, which leads me to believe it bears some real importance to the character. Judging by the fact that the show came to a close in the ’80s and this cheap super clone Rolex was released in 1988, it would not surprise me if his character spent his show money on one great watch. Then, when no other work came around, he realized how much it meant to him. It’s sad, sure, but at least he appreciates it. As Nesmith’s tagline in the show goes, “Never give up, never surrender.”