The Swiss Best 1:1 Fake Watches UK From Celebrities

It appears a Rolex is the wrist candy of choice for star athletes. Carlos Alcaraz, Tom Brady, and Roger Federer stepped out wearing perfect Rolex replica watches this week, proving the Daytona and Yacht-Master are well suited to an active lifestyle.

Actors are more into UK AAA Cartier fake watches, apparently. Taika Waititi was spotted in a Tank Française, while Jake Gyllenhaal flashed another Santos.

Carlos Alcaraz: Replica Rolex Daytona Watches

New title, same watch: Carlos Alcaraz won the French Open last Sunday, hoisting the trophy with the same high quality Rolex fake watches from his 2023 Wimbledon victory on his wrist. The 21-year-old Spanish tennis star, who is now the youngest man to win a Grand Slam title on all three surfaces, showed off a Cosmograph Daytona (Ref. 116519LN) with an 18-karat yellow-gold case, a black Cerachrom bezel, an otherworldly meteorite dial, and a black Oysterflex bracelet. Meteorite dials were a fixture of the Rolex portfolio for several years, but the asteroid-derived material was discontinued for the Daytona models in 2023. As such, cheap copy watches like Alcaraz’s go for about $100,000 on the secondary market.

Jake Gyllenhaal: Fake Cartier Santos Watches

Another day, another top 2024 Cartier replica watches on the wrist of Jake Gyllenhaal. The American actor, who was named the Parisian jeweler’s first watch ambassador in 2018, wore a large steel Santos to the premiere of his new series Presumed Innocent in New York this week. Priced at $7,750, this iteration features a 39.8 mm steel case, a silvered opaline dial with sword-shaped steel hands, a seven-sided crown set with a faceted synthetic spinel, and a steel bracelet. Gyllenhaal has also been spotted in a gold Santos and a two-tone Santos. May we suggest an all-black version next?

Tom Brady: Rolex Daytona Replica Watches

NFL GOAT Tom Brady wore the GOAT of wholesale Rolex replica watches to be inducted into the Patriots Hall of Fame on Wednesday. The retired quarterback and noted horophile sported what appeared to be a Daytona (Ref. 116520) at the ceremony. (He was papped from pretty far away, okay.) Produced from 2000 to 2016, this model carried many of the design signatures of the original 1960s Daytona but received a new in-house chronograph movement. Brady’s Swiss movements super clone watches features a 40 mm stainless steel case, a steel bracelet, and a steel bezel with a Tachymeter scale. It also showcases a chic white dial with three silver subdials and three, six, and nine o’clock. Such examples will cost you upward of $20,000 on the secondary market.

Taika Waititi: Cartier Tank Française Fake Watches

Taika Waititi has a great taste in wrist candy. The Kiwi filmmaker, who has previously been spotted in luxury replica watches by Jacob & Co., Tudor, and Cartier, flaunted another elegant timepiece at the Peabody Awards in Beverley Hills this week. The Cartier appears to be a two-tone Tank Française (Ref. 2032), though Waititi didn’t flaunt it enough that we can say for certain. Released in the late ‘90s, the watch features stainless steel and 18-karat yellow gold on the case and bracelet, as well as a silver dial with black Roman numerals and a date window at 6 o’clock. The Tank Française is still in Cartier’s catalog, but the dual-colored reference has been discontinued. As such, the Ref. 2032 will cost you several thousand on the secondary market. One was recently offered at Sotheby’s with an estimate of between $2,000 and $3,000.

Roger Federer: Replica Rolex Yacht-Master Watches

Tennis star and Rolex ambassador Roger Federer wore an ace Rollie to the New York premiere of his new documentary Federer: Twelve Final Days this week. Unveiled at Watches and Wonders in 2023, the Swiss made fake Rolex Yacht-Master watches (Ref. 226627) features a 42 mm case in RLX titanium, a bold black dial, a bidirectional rotatable bezel with a Cerachrom insert, and a titanium Oyster bracelet. The sports replica watches for sale is ultra-lightweight yet strong enough for the court. It will set you back $14,050.