In 1964, Rolex launched the heaviest gold watch in market – King Midas, which was named after the name after King Midas in Greek mythology. In the mythology, King Midas was famous for his obsession with gold. The perfect Rolex King Midas copy watch looks quite different from the modern ones.
King Midas adopts the unconventional profile and manual-winding mechanical movement, including the asymmetric case and thick integrated bracelet which is made by 18 k yellow gold. The gold case knockoff watch weighs between 150 grams and 200 grams.
In addition to the heaviest gold watch at that time, the special gold watch was also the most expensive model of Rolex. It is even much more expensive than the precious Day-Date. The “King” and “Midas” have been engraved on the two sides of the crown. King Midas was designed by Gérald Genta.