Recently, top watch brand, Rolex, pushed out several new watches. Today, I’d like to share three edition that I like most with you.
1. Grey Dials Copy Rolex GMT-Master II 126719BLRO Watches
GMT-Master with dual time zone display is designed for intercontinental travel. And I like travel. There are three special and attractive feature of this edition. First, it is made from polished 18ct white gold. Second, it has grey dial that is made from meteorolite. Third, it has blue and red ceramic bezel. It is difficult to burn ceramic into double colors.
2. Grey Dials Replica Rolex Day Date 128238 Watches
All the time, Day Date is welcome among the world powerful people. Besides, this edition combines two hottest elements of Rolex. It is made from 18ct gold and has green dial. Gold represents power and wealth, and gold Rolex watches can enhance the charm and raise the levels of the wearers. Green is the typical color of Rolex and this color is appealing.
For modern and fashion people, this edition with eye-catching purple dial is suitable. Made from 18ct white gold and Oystersteel, the exquisite watches have my favorite bracelets – Jubilee. Together, there are diamonds decorated on the bezels that add charm to the watches.
Speedmaster witnessed all the six moonfall mission of human beings, so it is the star series of Omega. Fifth year ago, two astronauts walked on the moon successfully by Apollo 11. In order to celebrate the 150th anniversary, Omega pushed out well-designed copy Omega Speedmaster 310.60.42.50.99.001 watches.
Going well with the golden anniversary, the luxury replica watches are made from polished MoonshineTM 18K gold. Together, the 42 mm watches have champagne dials with black onyx hour marks, black hands and three chronograph sub-dials. Besides, the tachymetre scales are covered on the burgundy ceramic bezels. Like all the other Speedmaster watches, this edition can also help the wearers have better controls of the time and speed.
However, the precious watches fake Omega are in limited for only 1,014 pieces. The astronaut and the watchmaker of Omega witness the birth of of this edition. And this edition is equipped with a grey presentation box with pattern of lunar craters.
Breitling has a close connection with airline business. This watch brand is famous for its pilots’ watches. Born in 1915, the first Breitling watch is professional chronograph that is designed for flight pioneers. Navitimer was born in 1952. The fine functions of this series meet the demands of then airline business. Later, it becomes the most important series of Breitling.
Today, follow me to enjoy the charm of stainless steel watches copy Breitling Navitimer AB0127211C1X1.
This edition has enlarged into 46 mm from 43 mm, which made the dial easy to read and enhanced the sense of presence of this edition.
Equipped with famous Circular Slide Rule, the high-quality replica watches are beautiful and can help the pilots accomplish many professional instructions.
The classical sundust blue dial with gradient effect gives people superb vision enjoyment. Except for hour marks and hands, there are three white chronograph sub-dials and date windows on the blue dial, which can help the wearers have better controls of the time. Matched with the blue dials, the well-designed watches fake Breitling have blue alligator leather straps that are elegant, durable and comfortable.
When it comes to diving watches, what will occur into your mind? For me, that is Rolex Sea-Dweller, Rolex Submariner, Omega Seamaster, Breitling Transocean, Breitling Superocean or Panerai. They are all superb copy watches with fine water resistance. Today, I’d like to share you two popular watches.
D-blue dial is the special and attractive feature of this edition which represents the diver dives from the shallow sea to the deep. Except for the white luminant details on the dial, there are platinum 60-minute scales on the non-directional rotating black ceramic bezel, which can help the divers have better control of the time. If possible, with amazing 12,800 feet water resistance, this edition must be the best choice.
Black Dials Replica Omega Seamaster 220.127.116.11.01.002 Watches
From my point of view, this edition is the best diving watches of Omega. Made from stainless steel and matched with orange rubber straps, the 55*48 mm watches can guarantee water resistance to 4,000 feet. The large size and the luminant details on the dials and bezels can help the divers read the time clearly and easily.
Richard Mille replica watches start at around $80,000 USD and go up to several million dollars in price for some of their more exotic timepieces. Richard Mille releases at least a few different $1,000,00+ watches per a year, and the average price of one of their tourbillon watches ranges from about $500,000–$800,000. These are enormous numbers even by luxury watch standards – so a very common question by consumers as well as others in the watch industry is “why are Richard Mille watches so expensive?”
Is it that Richard Mille products have that much inherent value and need to be priced that high? Or are there are other factors which allow the brand to (quite successfully) charge that much money for a single timepiece? I (and much of the our team members) have studied the Richard Mille brand for a while, spent time with their products, and also had the pleasure of getting to know a range of people at the company, including Mr. Richard Mille himself. It is with admiration that we attempt to unravel some of the branding secrets that have allowed Richard Mille to continue wowing its roster of elite customers with extremely expensive timepieces that they keep buying one after another.
Richard Mille himself is a key part of the brand’s special success. In may ways, without him the brand would not continue to be what it is today. I’ll spend a bit more time talking about how the Richard Mille man bolsters the efforts of the Richard Mille watch brand, but first a little of context. Richard Mille began his professional career in the watch industry during the beginning of the quartz crisis – a time when the traditional Swiss mechanical watch industry was heavily under threat from less expensive electronic quartz watches produced in Asia.
Richard Mille fake watches even worked for a company that was eventually sold to Seiko, one of the Japanese watch companies that not only was seen as a major enemy to the Swiss during this era (the Swiss have only recently begun to forgive the Japanese watchmakers), but was also one of a handful of companies aggressively trying to “buy up” many of the traditional watch brands. This time during the 1980s (especially the first half of the ’80s) was complicated and extremely transformational for the surviving traditional watch brands. For instance, at the time Switzerland had only 3% of the total share of watch sales around the globe. That 3% included almost entirely the top echelon of timepieces in terms of price. The implication was that the only watches the Swiss sold were luxury timepieces akin to jewelry (as opposed to tools) that were purchased by the very wealthy.
It was in this environment that Richard Mille copy watches not only learned the watch industry, but also gained his entrepreneurial spirit. In the early 1990s, he joined the French jewelry company Mauboussin as their head of watchmaking. Less than a decade later, the first Richard Mille-branded timepiece was released in 2001. Richard Mille quickly learned the importance of image, exclusivity, and lifestyle. He understood that while a high quality timepiece always has inherent value, most customers in the luxury sphere simply did not buy products because they were of a high quality. A special formula designed to create both demand and desire needed to be employed in order to ensure not only that customers purchased your luxury timepieces, but also that they kept coming back for more (despite becoming increasingly familiar with your brand).
A few months back, I wrote an article about a great dive watch with a storied history: the Alsta Nautoscaph. In that piece, I focused on the original release from the ’70s, and rightfully so since we were looking at things from an “Affordable Vintage” perspective. But in that article I also touched on a couple of homage pieces, one of those being the Nautoscaph II from the newly revived Alsta brand.
Alsta replica perfect watches UK were brought back from the dead in 2014 by Scottish actor Angus MacFadyden after an almost 40-year hiatus. From there, it took three years for the company to develop the Nautoscaph II, and it isn’t surprising that it took this long to bring the model back to life. The Nautoscaph came in a variety of configurations—there were round and cushion-shaped cases, different styles of indices, date and no date, multiple bezels, etc.—so I’m sure that trying to arrive at a singular design here was a challenge.
Ultimately, Alsta went with a 40mm stainless steel case and bezel rather than opting for a contrasting black insert. At 40 mm, the piece is noticeably larger than the original, but from a marketing perspective I understand the decision and really appreciate that Alsta showed some restraint here and didn’t go even larger. The case borrows from some of the more slabby, geometric variants like this one here. It’s not the exact Jaws watch, but it’s nevertheless a good looking diver.
My major gripe is that I wish the Arabic numerals Alsta fake watches were handled a bit better. The “12″ and “6” look a bit too large in relation to the rest of the dial (and compared to the original Nautoscaph), and I really think there should be a “9” on the dial, too. In this design, the two numerals and the date at three leave the left side of the dial looking a bit vacant.
The case and mesh bracelet are both made of 316L stainless steel and like the original, the watch is anti-magnetic and rated to a water resistance of 999 feet. For the movement, Alsta fitted the watch with the Seiko NH35A caliber, an automatic movement with 24 jewels and a power reserve of 41 hours. The vintage nerd in me would have preferred an ETA in here if for no other reason than it’s closer to the original, which in later versions utilized the 2783.
Vintage watches aren’t for everyone. It can take a while to find a nice, genuine example of a particular piece, and without fail, repair costs always seem to pop up at the most inconvenient time. Sometimes an homage piece is a good alternative, and while I still prefer the original Nautoscaph in terms of design, there is a lot to like about the Nautoscaph II.
It’s a nice option for someone who wants a modern-sized, Alsta vintage-inspired dive copy watches with solid build quality at a sub-$1,000 price . Adding to the appeal is the fact that this is a limited edition of only 300 pieces, so odds are you won’t run into many folks wearing one. The Nautoscaph II is an interesting start for the newly resurrected Alsta brand, and I’ll be very curious to see what they come up with next.
Some brands have been focussed on a single complication for a very long time. This goes for sure for TAG Heuer replica watches, who has nurtured the chronograph as the focal point of most of its endeavors. That they excelled at this can not only their current collection testify for, but also their vintage models such as this single button chronograph from 1930.
This Heuer already looks very mature, and despite its vintage design quite modern. This is because by the time that this watch was made, Heuer already had 16 years of experience making wrist-worn chronographs, as they launched their very first in 1914. With a diameter of 32.5 mm it may be a bit small by today’s standards, but in the 1930’s this was substantial. It is fitted with manual wind Landeron L13 movement.
What truly shows the ingenuity of Heuer is the dial. Not only is it still clearly legible, despite the relatively small diameter and lots of information it displays, but it also features an inventive version of the Tachymeter scale. Most tachymeter scales stop at 60 km/h, as when you measure over the course of 1 kilometer, you drive 60 km/h when it takes a minute to cover this distance. On this TAG Heuer limited edition copy watches, this shows in red against the white enamel dial. When one minute is passed, the minute hand of the chronograph jumps to the blue box, indicating that the blue tachymeter scale is now the one to read the correct speed. This Heuer even had a third scale in black, making it possible to measure speeds as little as 20 km/h.
Combine this colorful, yet highly functional, enamel dial, with blued Breguet-hands, elegant Arabic numerals, and robust steel case TAG Heuer fake watches, and you have what must have been a very coveted chronograph in the 1930’s. When auctioned by Christie’s in May of this year, the estimate was between CHF 3.000,- and CHF 6.000,-. The watch sold however for CHF 9.000,- which seems given the history, as well as the beauty, of this piece far more fair!
Before explaining the Royal Oak Offshore, we have to quickly go back to 1972, when Audemars Piguet replica watches UK first introduced the Royal Oak 5402ST. A watch designed by Gerald Genta, AP was audacious enough to launch a watch that was, back in the days, more than disruptive. Figure that: in the early 1970s, the idea of a luxury watch, even for Audemars, was a small, thin and gold-encased time-only watch – to the exception of a very low number of complex pieces. So when the Royal Oak came on the market, with its angular steel case, its integrated bracelet, its sporty design and its insane price, it caused quite a rumble. Yet, as bold as this move was, and even if it took some time for the market to embrace this “luxury sports watch” concept, the 5402ST became an icon that many others would follow.
A second move, two decades later, followed, still in the Audemars PiguetRoyal Oak collection fake watches. In the early 1990s, the watchmaking industry was slowly recovering from the quartz crisis, and the watches produced were still quite shy and discreet. The comeback of the mechanical watch was just gathering momentum and the vast majority of the high-end watches on the market – with the exception of a few sports watches – were still classically designed and relatively small in terms of diameter. Yet, in 1993, Audemars Piguet struck again, by launching the Royal Oak Offshore. What was this watch about? A 42mm automatic chronograph, as a testosterone-fed version of the Royal Oak, built with the words “massive” and “deconstructed” in mind. At Baselworld 1993, some will probably recall that many collectors and insiders were disappointed by this novelty. Even Genta (who didn’t design this version but a certain 22 years old Emmanuel Gueit did) was shocked. Some, however, were amazed by this new concept.
What was so special about this 1993 Audemars Piguet Royal Oak Offshore Chronograph ref. 25721ST? First of all, it was big – some nicknamed it “the beast” – with a 42mm diameter (far away from the standards, back in the 1990s), it was thick (15mm overall), it was angular, it was heavy and in fact, even if all the iconic design elements of the Royal Oak were featured (the octagonal bezel, the 8 hexagonal screws, the raised bezel, the guilloche dial, the integrated bracelet, the overall shape of the case), the Offshore felt completely new and disruptive. It took the Royal Oak design and “deconstructed” it, by making highly visible the gasket between the case and the bezel for instance. It was also bringing a new concept, where new materials (in this case, rubber) were mixed with metals. And if it took some time for collectors to accept this watch, it properly created a segment… and again, many followed.
The Abyss was the biggest, baddest diver ever put out by Zelos copy watches. Rated to 3,000 meters and armored with a chunky, angular bronze case, the Abyss was one beast of a watch and a fan-favorite for those who love aggressive dive watches. Now it’s getting an upgrade, and this time it’s chock full of little details that have come to define the brand.
The CuSn8 bronze case (it starts out looking almost rose-gold but quickly patinas) measures 43mm wide and 19mm tall. There are no two ways about it, this is a fat watch, so if you’re thinking of giving this one a go, then that’s a thickness and presence you have to be comfortable with on the wrist. The lug-to-lug measurement is relatively tempered at about 51.5mm, which is a number that makes sense proportionally with the width of the case. A 7mm-thick, double-domed sapphire crystal protects the dial, and it features an internal anti-reflective coating.
There are two versions of the case. Dubbed the Turbine (more on this later), the first is a single crown with an external, 120-click unidirectional diver’s bezel replica watches. The second is a dual crown with an external diver’s bezel and an internal 12-hour bezel for tracking a second timezone. Both feature lumed markers and engraved, lumed logos on the crowns. A helium escape valve sits at nine.
The dual crown iteration is available in four dial variants: Green, Black, and Blue (all circular brushed); as well as a limited offering of a meteorite dial. The latter is really cool in person, and Zelos has been at the forefront of offering this rare material at a far lower price than other makers generally can (or do). A Sellita SW200 movement powers the dual crown version.
The Zelos Turbine fake watches come in two dial colors: Black and Blue (bothalso circular brushed). This version gets its name from the sub-dial at six, which uses a rotating turbine in place of a sub-seconds hand. This is new for the brand, and it’s a detail that gives the dial some added texture (though Zelos’ dials generally aren’t lacking in that department). The Turbine is equipped with a Sellita SW260.
The watches are currently available for pre-order. The Turbines are $669, the dual crown divers are $569, and the dual crown with a meteorite dial is $769. The package includes a travel roll; a rubber, canvas, and leather strap; and a strap tool. If you want to spend some hands-on time with these, Zelos is one of the presenting brands at this year’s Wind^Up, kicking off at 11 am today.
Any watch using self-illuminating tritium gas tubes has probably been supplied by the Swiss company MB-Microtec. The company also makes its own watches, mostly “tactical” in theme and design, under the name Traser, and they have just unveiled their newest model. The new Traser P68 Pathfinder Automatic is a 46mm field watch with an integrated compass ring and, of course, tritium gas vials for illumination. For Traser, the new watch represents a new feature for them with the internal compass ring as well as an additional automatic in their mostly quartz-powered collection.
Well-known within the military community for decades, Traser were one of the earliest adopters of tritium gas illumination, which they call “trigalight.” More commonly known as gaseous tritium light source (GTLS), this technology of small tritium gas-filled vials allows the watch’s hands and hour markers to glow brightly without prior exposure to light, making these watches perfect for nighttime viewing or tactical operations. As you’d expect, the new Traser P68 Pathfinder Automatic replica watches make ample use of “trigalight” as well as the more commonly used Super-LumiNova to create a real lume show for all the “ill-lume-inati” out there.
PVD coated black cases
The majority of Traser’s lineup feature all-black dials and PVD coated black cases Traser copy watches, and the new Traser P68 Pathfinder Automatic sports a black dial version called “Black Hole” as well as one with a “mystical Midnight Blue dial” which Traser states is intended to remind one of “the infinity of the universe.” Whether it evokes something that profound for you or not, the dial is a deep metallic blue color with printed, Super-LumiNova-coated white Arabic hour markers as well as a 24-hour scale for keeping military time. Traser is so excited about the Midnight Blue they almost forgot to tell us about the Traser P68 Pathfinder Automatic Black Hole model, which is also handsome with a black sunray finished dial.
Surrounding the hour markers are tritium vials which glow green. The hands are relatively straightforward with a stick minute hand and a yellow painted hour hand, both of which also have their own green tritium vials. Tracking the seconds is a sweeping black hand with a tiny tritium vial of its own. A black on white date wheel is in its usual spot at three o’clock. Yet another dose of Super-LumiNova is applied in the form of a ring which goes all the way around the chapter ring and dial – just for fun, I guess.
Around the dial is an internal bezel which is operated by the crown at eight o’clock and printed with typical compass markings. A cool feature here is that the cardinal and inter-cardinal compass points are also lumed. This particular compass feature is operated (in the Northern Hemisphere anyway) by holding the watch horizontally, aligning the hour hand with the Sun, and visually bisecting the distance between the hour hand and the twelve o’clock marker to find South. Once you’ve done this, you can rotate the compass ring to indicate the cardinal directions and, theoretically, find your way. Ironically for a watch which is dripping with Super-LumiNova and GTLS vials, this method of wayfinding assumes daytime use and a clear view of the Sun.