Fake Audemars Piguet Royal Oak 34mm Black Ceramic
A quick story: One night earlier this year, after a painfully glitzy event in Los Angeles, I was riding in an automobile with an industry-famous Watch Guy and his exceedingly patient wife. The wife had on a coveted 34mm self-winding black ceramic Audemars Piguet Royal Oak replica for sale, the one Brynn Wallner recently test-drove in A Week On The Wrist. I asked if I could try it on, and soon this $46,000 copy watch was sent back with the casualness of passing me a hot dog at a Dodgers game.
The Swiss made uk fake Audemars Piguet was really something. Even in the darkness it twinkled. Even being a ladies’ watch, it fit my hairy Italian arm. Even with a case shape we’ve all seen a thousand times, it felt exciting. The finish looked wet, like an oil slick – or maybe obsidian, volcanic glass.
Barring a great deal of luck with my local Powerball, I will never be able to afford a new ceramic 1:1 replica Audemars Piguet Royal Oak. And anyway, if I were to spend that much on something ceramic I’d be more likely to buy a Keith Haring earthenware vase. So I’m counting on Watch Santa, in his benevolence, to deliver me this black beauty.
Replica Patek Philippe Aquanaut 5164a
Voltaire said “God gave us the gift of life; it is up to us to give ourselves the gift of living well,” and for this assignment I have taken his advice to the point of near absurdity. If I could snap my fingers and have any new super clone watches in the world to call my own, I’d be awfully tempted to order up an Aquanaut 5164a. I love the idea of an UK AAA replica Patek Philippe that I could actually wear every day – one that flies a bit under the radar, with its slim steel case and rugged rubber strap.
Add in a subtle and clever dual-time complication, and you have yourself one best quality fake Patek Philippe to rule them all (for me). Given the near six-figure pricing on the open market, this dream watch will likely be forever relegated to my actual dreams, or to lists such as this one.