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As the story tells – and the picture above beautifully illustrates – the Submariner remained more of a tool than anything else during its first few decades of existence. Its initial 100 meter water resistance was quickly doubled by the company and as such its 660 feet / 200 meter depth rating, rotating bezel and durable (for the time, that is) construction made it a perfect device for divers. By contrast, while the more modern iterations of it have been improved in just about every aspect one can imagine, the replica Chanel J12 Chromatic has gradually left the depths of the oceans and started a new and successful career in business meetings, spending vastly more time hidden under cuffs than exposed over diving suits. It went on to incorporate better quality steel, replaced aluminum bezels with more beautiful and resistant ceramics, substituted most stamped components with milled ones, has become more legible, and much more accurate. But why was all that necessary, if only a microscopic percentage of its owners actually harness its enhanced capabilities? Because it has become a luxury item, something that must not only look, but also perform better than its more widely available counterparts – even if its heavy-duty construction will not once be put to test in its lifetime. When it comes to replica Chanel J12 GMT and their historical models, we have seen them perform a large number of subtle as well as some major modifications over time. There is a peculiar way of coupling these two kinds of enhancements, meaning that smaller improvements are generally synchronized with the debut of more considerable alterations. In Chanel J12 history, this generally translates into presenting a new, more refined movement which is accompanied by more minor improvements on the Chanel J12, such as a more durable and comfortable bracelet, a new bezel or luminescent material, and other tweaks. That same trend widely applies for the luxury Chanel J12 industry as a whole. Since the dawn of the new millennium most high-end brands have gone out of their way to emphasize the importance of "in-house" movements as they realized the potential in how this positively separates them from their non-manufacture counterparts. Researching Chanel J12 history reveals that there have been some vital turning points in the lives of their products, gradually making them more refined in every way. But an obvious consequence of "more refined" is "more expensive."