Oh yeah. I’m going there. I’m blowing €5,900 of my remaining budget on one of the hardest-to-get (but technically still available) replica watches uk out there. My colleagues delighted in telling me that the “Tiffany Blue” cheap fake Rolex Oyster Perpetual 36 had been discontinued at Watches And Wonders, but I pointed out that both it and the green dial seem to have survived the cull. Apparently, only the coral (red), yellow, and baby-pink models bit the dust.
So is this pick a cop-out because perfect replica Rolex doesn’t like to sell these to anybody? I’m sure you’ll let me know what you think about that in the comments below, but I’m rolling with it because I mean it. This watch is a hypebeast, I know. Am I a slave to the moment? Yeah, probably I am (at least a little bit). But have you seen this thing in real life? “Tiffany Blue” or not (it’s not), it is divine.
I am not a man known for tears. Since my granddad died in ’97, I have cried twice — once when the Pats lost to the Giants in Super Bowl XVII and once when Alex Ferguson retired. To say I am emotionally maladjusted is an understatement. What is sure, however, is that I am not easily moved. And this high quality fake Rolex moved me. It seemed to be a week of movement because the Singer Reimagined Flytrack Pulsometer did almost cause me to sob like a baby at its incredible execution. Still, the OP 36 in turquoise was a close second.
And it’s (relatively) cheap. We forget what an AAA quality replica Rolex actually costs these days, so seldom do we see them on the market. But this watch costs less than €6,000. If you’re lucky enough to live in the UK, it costs just £4,650. Less than 5K for a Rolex? I mean, you’ve got to pay close to 8,000 bucks for a bicolor Datejust with a knackered Jubilee on the “pre-loved” market these days.
Look, of course, it’s not categorically cheap (although if the cost-of-living crisis continues, it may well be soon). It’s still nearly five thousand British pounds for a time-only best 1:1 fake Rolex Oyster Perpetual with a bright blue dial. But, come on, in our hobby, with the prices we’re used to seeing bandied around without thought or hesitation, this is a steal. At retail. Which is practically unheard of. But whatever. It’s “available”, so it’s going on the list.