The Rolex Oysterquartz Day-Date watch is unique and extremely rare in appearance and unlike any other model, the brand has ever released. At the time of its release, Rolex’s Oysterquartz watches were already a premium option in the brand’s catalog and the Day-Date Oysterquartz represents one of the most expensive watches and a significant price increase over the standard mechanical versions of Rolex’s flagship watch line. Fitting in with the rest of the Oysterquartz collection, the Oysterquartz Day-Date features an angular 36mm Oyster case with an angular version of the brand’s signature President strap for an integrated look. In the tradition of the Day-Date flagship collection, the Oysterquartz is available in precious metals only in 18K yellow gold (Ref. 19018) and white gold (Ref. 19019). Of course, the Oysterquartz Day-Date President still has distinctive President features, such as the date window under the Cyclops lens and the complete writing and display of the day of the week through the aperture at the top of the dial. Given that the Oyster Quartz Day-Date President is much more luxurious than both the Date and Datejust, replica Rolex has also introduced some special references featuring diamonds, precious stones, and other interesting design elements. Of particular interest is the Rolex Day-Date Oysterquartz ref. 19028, with pyramid design details on the bezel, bracelet, and hour markers. The quartz movement inside the Ref. 5100 is not only a first for Rolex but also a first for Rolex. 5100 is not only a first for Rolex but also unique in its design. Its design is also unique. 5100 is also the first Rolex watch to feature a sapphire crystal rather than an acrylic crystal. Finally, the case is made of 18-carat yellow or white gold, with angular edges and a limited edition of 1,000 numbers engraved on the side. Despite the success of the Reference 5100, Rolex did not believe it was in its best interest to offer a replica watch with the same movement as many other Swiss watch companies. More importantly, due to the size and unusual dimensions of the Beta 21 movement, it could not fit in Rolex’s legendary Oyster case – a technology that has been a pillar of the brand’s reputation since it first appeared in 1926. Shortly after the launch of the Ref. 5100, Rolex left its partnership with the brand. Shortly after the launch of the Ref. 5100, Rolex abandoned its partnership with Centre Electronique Horloger and began developing its own quartz movements, which were later used in the Oyster quartz collection.
A sporty and elegant watch, it’s a great choice to wear on a stylish beach. And the alarm function ensures those night owls won’t forget their evening date. Jaeger-LeCoultre’s original watch, which debuted in 1965, also had an underwater alarm function. Three years later, a variant with a sporty design debuted. It was the inspiration for a new replica watch launched in 2018. The Navitimer enjoys a cult status not only among pilots but also among its counterparts on Earth. Launched in 1952, the watch also represents an era in which growing air travel revolutionized travel. Numerous new versions without a slide rule or even a stopwatch function on the bezel debuted in 2018. But classic variants with both of these functions, such as the Navitimer 1 B01 Chronograph 46 (pictured), are still available for Breitling fans. Thanks to the additional 24-hour hand and its corresponding rotating bezel, this Rolex model is the epitome of a traveler’s watch. The main hour hand was not individually adjusted until the GMT-Master II debuted in 1982. When the original model debuted in 1955, the two-hour hands were inseparable, which meant that if the wearer wanted the watch to show the time in the second zone, he had to turn the rotatable bezel until it matched the additional hour hand. Nicknamed the “Pepsi,” this coveted steel version with a blue-red bezel celebrates a comeback in 2018. The shape of this instrument designed for professional divers can be traced directly back to the 1969 Oyster Prince Submariner, which pioneered the so-called “snowflake” hands, whose striking rectangular design ensures that the hour hand cannot be mistaken for a minute hand. Meanwhile, the luminous rectangle on the second hand advances steadily, giving the diver immediate assurance that his watch is still running in the dark depths. The Pelagos remains water-resistant to 500 meters, is equipped with a helium valve, and gives the diver a choice between a rubber strap and a titanium bracelet. Rolex is clearly the most well-known of the world’s luxury watch brands. Even if you’ve never heard about replica Omega or Breitling, or even Patek Philippe, you’ve heard of it. Essentially, Rolex has two types of customers – those who know a lot about it and those who know very little about it. For them, the primary motivation is that if you’re going to wear a watch, it has to be a fake Rolex. That’s a huge compliment to the manufacturer – because if someone who knows nothing about watches also sees a particular brand as “number one”, then the company is doing something right.
Harking back to as early as the 1930s, Rolex has been linked with the racing car industry, sharing a passion for the racetrack together with a commitment to precision. While racing drivers may no longer depend on watches to track their laps, Rolex replica watches have played an integral part in assisting racing drivers in the past. The Rolex racing watch helped shape the history of the racing industry, with its elaborate timetables for easy lap times and other measurements, and, of course, Swiss models. It was not until the mid-1930s that racing watches became so widely used. In 1935, Rolex and the King of Speed, Sir Malcolm Campbell, were united in their passion for precision and their quest for speed when a world record was broken behind the wheel of the Bluebird at Bonneville Salts Flats in Utah. Strapped to his wrist at a record-breaking speed of 300 miles per hour, Campbell showed how the watch was made in the “…Under some tough conditions. When the 1894 “Competition for Horseless Carriages” took place from Paris to Rouen, it was plagued with mistiming issues, resulting in a number of different finishing times through lack of any reliable equipment to assist with accurate recordings. But in 1902 the first of the Daytona races occurred – an event that would later see Sir Malcolm Campbell break the land speed a total of four times whilst wearing the iconic Rolex Oyster. It changed the racing industry forever. Rolex also honored them with the prestigious event that eventually created a timepiece watch named after the contest called the Rolex Cosmograph Daytona. In early 2013, Rolex became a Global Partner and Official Timepiece of Formula 1, welcoming some champions into their family along the way. Nico Rosberg, 23 Grands Prix™ winner, along with Australian racing driver Mark Webber – winner of FIA World Endurance Championship and runner up of the Le Mans race in 2015, are just two examples of those who wear a Rolex racing watch. Let’s take another watch as an example, the duo of luxury brands have been behind the Breitling for Bentley replica watches – a collection of bold chronograph models inspired by cars, racing, and top-tier watchmaking. While many Breitling models have been made over the years, almost all have beehive-grille bezels, COSC certified chronograph movements, and variable tachometers with extra circular slide rules.
The new top-line stands out in addition to the Classic Breitling pilots and diving watches, while still retaining its unique Breitling functional integrity. We’ve taken a look back at this new line of flagship models and attached the original photos. The flagship model of the new Premier collection is based both in name and in design on a gorgeous line first introduced in the 1940s. Powered by in-house Caliber 01, it is state-of-the-art. In apparent contrast to the Navitimer 1 with its instrument-like tracks around the dial, or the Chronomat with its structural unidirectional rotating bezel, the timepieces in Breitling’s new Premier collection embody understatement. But if we look back, they are a distinct feature of Lark’s watch. A great number of people who choose a Breitling Premier today weren’t even born when the original Premier fake watches were released in the 1940s. During that time of turmoil and new beginnings, watches in the Premier line were intended to convey reliability, value, and a touch of elegance. These merits are welcome today as well and give us an opportunity to step away from our fast-paced world for a bit of peace and quiet. And so the new Premier collection not only recalls a different era with its name but also hits the same marks with its layout as it did back in the 1940s. It is also “the first modern replica Breitling collection that represents elegance in everyday life,” according to Breitling CEO Georges Kern. Our test watch, the Premier B01 Chronograph 42, is the flagship of the new collection. Its name makes it pretty clear that it is fitted with Breitling manufacture movement 01, available with either a silver or blue dial with black counters. A special Bentley version is available with a British Racing Green dial and the Bentley Centennial Limited edition also available with a brown dial and a red gold case. The replica watches we tested were enclosed in stainless steel.
Let’s face it that the 1980s were not a great time for watchmaking — or, in terms of design. That said, Rolex has never been one to reinvent the wheel or abandon past design norms, nor has it suffered nearly as much damage over the past decade. Many ’80s Rolex replica watches are not yet considered antique, so they are not as memorable as watches from the’ 60s and ’70s, or as modern as watches from the late’ 90s to the present. What does this mean for collectors? Well, in other ways, it makes a full decade’s worth of watches easier to buy than their peers — even though they are destined to reach a similar level of long-term appreciation in the years to come. With that in mind, here we have a number of Rolex models from the New Wave and Synth-Pop era of the 1980s. We are going to start here because of the ref. 16800 is one of those models whose low pricing we are still a little confused by. In some respects, it’s the best of both worlds for an ‘older’ Submariner. This is the model that updated the line to the quick-set Cal. 3035, and that also added a sapphire crystal to the equation for the first time. The ref. 16800 Submariner also falls into the window of use of Tritium lume, which ages with its own special feature. This combination of modern/retro makes for a great daily wearer, arguably more so than a ref. 5513 in some respects, plus you can still scoop up a good example. Another option here, as the Coke bezel GMT-Master II was one of the very few interesting things to surface in the watch world in the ’80s. That’s correct, and this bad boy was launched in 1983, as the first of the GMT-Master II models featuring the then-new Cal. 3085 movements. The ref. 16760 GMT-Master II was the dawn of the independently adjustable hour hands for fake Rolex and the reference that became famous as the ‘Fat Lady’ or the ‘Sophia Loren’ on account of the slightly thicker case needed to house the new, more-advanced caliber. Even though the big and gaudy gold things were truly a product of the ’70s, a big statement piece equally had its place during the ’80s. For this occasion, there’s a bigger statement than a solid gold Rolex Day-Date, particularly one with a Presidential bracelet with bark textured center links, matching bark textured bezel, and a Tiger’s Eye dial. Like some other stone dials seen in the Rolex catalog, part of the appeal of this model is the simplicity of its dial, totally devoid of any indices other than the applied crown and printed text. While not the only reference to ever use this dial, this unique charming model dates back to 1986. Submariner is one of many two-tone replica watches, which is somewhat surprising considering how much the brand likes to tap into its tool-table roots. In many ways, the movement laid the groundwork for a submariner’s status, rather than a diving outfit.
In addition to outstanding craftsmanship and overall quality characteristics, Rolex watches are respected for their value over time. People Revere the brand and it is legacy. While other designers’ names may struggle to maintain their value for many years, a Rolex will always retain substantial resale value, making it a wise investment. One perfect choice for a fake Rolex is the Datejust model, which sets the standard for the brand. The watch was named for its ability to set the date at the three o’clock window and was one of the first self-winding chronometers. This special watch has diamond dials and a stainless steel band. If you are in need of an authentic Datejust, then try this Oyster Quartz model. It hearkens back to the original 1945 design, even with being designed around 1995. Revel in the gold dial, and its stainless steel and 18k gold band. While you wear an Oyster Datejust, you wear history. Some Rolex designs have a softer touch. If you would prefer a look that reflects elegance and refined taste, then try the Pearlmaster 80298. This replica watch has 18K yellow gold, diamond dials, and a ring of pearls to remind one of the necklaces worn on formal occasions. You can match this with evening wear or a black-tie event, to look polished and refined. This 1999 watch also comes with the watch, so that you can verify that it is a genuine Rolex. When considering resale value as a factor when buying, knowing that a Rolex replica watch is an investment and not another expense certainly plays a role. You can earn a return on it when selling to a dealer, or to an interested collector. Rolex prices fluctuate from year to year, so if you are looking for an updated Rolex price list to buy or sell Rolex watches, contact us and we will be happy to help you.
Omega is one of the world’s oldest and most famous watchmakers, dating back to 1848. Like Rolex, omega replica watches are getting more and more expensive; however, unlike Rolex, a budget of $5,000 opens the doors to a huge range of choices, including the legendary Omega Speedmaster – particularly when shopping on the second-hand market. There’s no doubt that the most famous Omega watch is the classic Speedmaster Professional Moonwatch, which is famous throughout the world as the first watch worn on the moon. Flight-certified by NASA, and offering a timeless aesthetic that has hardly changed in half a century, the Omega Speedmaster is widely regarded as one of the great mechanical chronograph watches available, and a true necessity for any serious watch collector. A brand-new Omega Speedmaster will cost a bit more than $5k and certain rare vintage models can top out into the six-figure range when they sell at auction. Nevertheless, pre-owned examples (both vintage and modern) can easily be found well under budget on the secondary market. Besides, alongside the original NASA-certified model, there are countless other versions of Omega’s iconic chronograph that have been produced over the years, with many selling for less than $5,000. The Omega Seamaster collection is a remarkably diverse assortment of timepieces that range from professional dive watches to vintage-inspired dress watches and chronographs. Even though the Seamaster name is one of Omega’s oldest and previously only applied to a vast variety of water-resistant replica watches, the modern Omega Seamaster collection (at least as it exists today) is largely occupied by dive watches. The Planet Ocean sub-collection is part of the perfect Seamaster family and it is Omega’s line of ultra-capable professional dive watches. With that in mind, there are also other cheap replica watches in the Omega Seamaster collection that are not Planet Ocean models, such as the Omega Seamaster Diver 300m, which gives users all the features of a professional dive watch – including even a helium escape valve for saturation diving – but wrapped up in a slimmer and more refined overall package for a highly versatile package on the wrist. The Omega Seamaster Diver 300m was made famous as the watch of James Bond during the 007 films from the 1990s, and it remains a popular favorite among collectors to this day. In the secondary market, even the Omega Starfish diver inserts 30 billion models of ceramic dials and bezels can be bought for less than $4K, making it the best all-around watch from any manufacturer’s money.
Rolex, one of the oldest watch brands, has been making quirky and creative watches, if not always. I firmly believe that this record comes not just from the “because we can” approach, but from the “because we must” approach. This is an important question to ponder, not just for us watch aficionados, but also for Rolex’s competitors. All too often, I see how convenient it is to look at high-end watchmaking as the proving grounds for technical refinement, engineering capability, and manufacturing complexity in isolation. Creative replica watch designs, by contrast, tend to have a “take it or leave it” element that is almost considered irrelevant if there is enough technical importance to divert attention from the tedium caused by uncreative representations. That said, I truly believe that the extent to which a brand is creatively exciting matters to every one of us watch-lovers — we just don’t talk about it as much as we do about pricing, watch movement performance, or the controversies around design elements. A brand’s ability to occasionally take itself less seriously is a rare and important treat. If a brand isn’t relevant in its design, it will soon grow irrelevant in other ways, as well. We must stick to the point of discussing this new Daytona and not go off-topic too much, but what is a thought-provoker if not such a watch from replica Rolex? It makes me think of other brands I really appreciate and have owned previously: IWC and Jaeger-LeCoultre. Two mighty-awesome brands with fancy factories, rich histories, and more established watch collections than one could shake a stick at… and just see how much less time we have recently spent talking about these two. They, and other established brands like Blancpain and Breguet, enjoy less time in the limelight than they used to just several years ago. And while they can survive on luxury conglomerate money and by selling bucketloads of basic Reversos, vintage-inspired “novelties,” and the rest, wouldn’t you agree that there used to be so much more buzz when we had charming Master Compressors, crazy Extreme LABs, high-tech Ingenieurs and the like? Sure, we might have ended up buying base Reversos and classic IWC Pilots just the same, but we have contemporary replica watches that attract us to these brands, not just ambassadors, partners, and products that live exclusively in the past. However, my point is that they should not be limited to technical excellence, but should also focus on modern aesthetics.
When we talk about the chronograph watches, the Omega Speedmaster is easily one of the most popular. However, in fact, the Speedmaster is a greatly varied collection, and distinguishing between different Speedy models can sometimes be a little overwhelming. So currently, we’ve picked two famous versions, the replica Omega Speedmaster Professional Moonwatch and the Speedmaster ’57, to test further so that we can highlight their origins, differences, and similarities. The Omega Speedmaster was the first chronograph to move the tachymeter scale from the dial to the bezel for better legibility. While later models included printed bezel inserts, that very first Speedmaster had an engraved steel bezel, which is now the defining feature of modern Speedmaster ’57 watches. Omega first introduced the Speedmaster chronograph particularly for motorsports in 1957 as part of a trilogy of professional replica watches – the other two were the Seamaster 300 dive watch and the Railmaster antimagnetic watch. And the nowadays Omega Speedmaster’ 57 collection is a tribute to that real maiden reference. Another common design trait across all Speedmaster ’57 watches are round symmetrical cases with straight lugs and no crown guards. Other nods to the first Speedy found across some Speedmaster ’57 models consist of the Broad Arrow hands, the three-link steel band, and beige-colored lume to mimic the patina that develops with age. But, different from the original 1957 Speedmaster, the contemporary Omega Speedmaster ’57 features bigger cases measuring 41.5mm cases and automatic Co-Axial movements. The option of movement also means a dial redesign to include only two sub-dials at 3 and 9 and a date window at 6 o’clock. What’s more, though the Speedmaster was originally only offered in stainless steel, Omega makes Speedmaster ’57 models in a range of materials including steel, gold, and two-tone configurations. The exception to the above design details is the special 60th Anniversary Speedmaster ’57. Unveiled in 2017, this limited edition commemorative cheap watch is essentially a reissue of the 1957 Speedmaster, complete with a 38.6mm steel case, matching steel bracelet, tri-complex dial, and a manual-wind movement inside. The only exception is the special 60th Anniversary Speedmaster ’57. The limited-edition commemorative replica watch, which was launched in 2017, is essentially a reprint of the 1957 Speedmaster and features a 38.6mm steel case, matching steel strap, and a three-in-one dial with a manual air drive inside.
With nicknames, bracelets, and celebrity status of its own, this day — aka Rolex President — is a sure sign of the luxury replica watches industry. First released in 1956, the date and date changed the world of watches forever because it was the first watch to show the day of the week and the month at the same time. The Day-Date would be given some improvements over the years, but arguably, the most important would come with the introduction of the reference 18238 Rolex President in the late 1980s. Luckily, we have several here in the vault to review for you. Let’s take a closer look at this icon, shall we? The Rolex President has always boasted impressive power. However, the 18238 is the first reference that really improved the complete mechanical ingenuity of the Day-Date, and that’s thanks to the powerful Cal. 3155 Perpetual movements outfitted with the impressive Double Quickset function. But, let’s back up a little. In the earlier Rolex Day-Date references, if you wanted to change the day and date on your fake watch, you actually had to manually turn your center hands past midnight. Then in the late 1970s, Rolex built their first quickset feature with a date of 18038 days. However, these single quick setup actions only allow the date to be changed automatically from the hand. Then, with the introduction of the 18238, we got the Double Quickset, allowing the wearer to change both the day and date independently from the time. This means you can simply twist the crown, rather than winding the pointer around the dial until it changes. For the date, just turn the crown one way while in the Quickset position, then rotate it the other way to adjust the day. Simple, elegant, and efficient, the Double Quickset function is still used today. The fake rolex Day-Date didn’t get its ‘Presidential’ nickname coincidentally. This best watch has been worn by U.S. Presidents and world dignitaries alike, directly associating the timepiece with power and influence – not just wealth. Anything but ordinary, and pretty fittingly too, the Rolex President is only ever forged out of precious alloys. Therefore, it is no surprise that the ref. 18238 is made entirely of solid 18k yellow gold. Many models even come with a matching champagne-colored dial with a golden time scale that gives the watches elegance on every curve. Since some Rolex President 18238 watches are over 20 years old, they are technically considered vintage. But modern technology in this Day-Date makes it exceptional and a stand-out from the rest. However, since it is a more recent vintage, you can still snag these Rolex replica watches for a great price. Forged completely out of solid 18k yellow gold, this watch will hold huge value for years to come. Its style is universally recognized and entirely timeless; however, it’s the legacy and heritage of this watch that will make it an invaluable addition to your collection. So if you’re looking for a Rolex, or just a luxury dress watch, which is a good choice.