W&W 2021: Swiss Luxury UK Fake A. Lange & Söhne Lange 1 Perpetual Calendar

The new luxury fake A. Lange & Söhne Lange 1 Perpetual Calendar is totally focused on the eponymous complication. Its integration into the prominent dial layout of the Lange was made possible thanks to a peripheral month ring created especially for this design.

The new timepiece comes in a 41.9 mm 18K pink gold case with a grey silver dial or in a limited edition of 150 watches in 18K white gold with a solid pink gold dial. The latter material combination has been presented by high quality A. Lange & Söhne replica watch initially in 2019, in the Datograph Perpetual Tourbillon, also a limited edition model. Color-coordinated hands and appliques in pink gold or rhodium gold round off the harmonious design.

In the pink gold version, the hands are also luminous, as are the square hour markers of the minute scale. The white gold version has a dark brown leather strap, the pink gold model comes with a red-brown leather strap. The moon phase display with an integrated day/night indicator is a further special feature.

Exactly 20 years ago, A. Lange & Söhne presented the Langematik Perpetual, its first 1:1 copy A. Lange & Söhne replica wristwatch with a perpetual calendar. It was followed by seven further models, mostly in combination with other complications such as a chronograph, a tourbillon, or both. Apart from the classic principle with calendar displays controlled by a 48-step cam, the Lange 1 Tourbillon Perpetual Calendar introduced in 2012 already took a different approach that has now been adopted by the new model.

To integrate the calendar ensemble into the exceptional off-centered dial architecture of the Lange 1 without compromising the harmonious balance of the displays, the month indication was implemented with a ring at the periphery of the dial that advances once a month. This design replaces the classic control principle with a 48-step cam. The innovation challenged the ingenuity of Lange’s engineers because advancing the ring at the end of the month requires considerably more power than traditional solutions.
The ring-shaped month display is complemented with the Lange outsize date, a retrograde day-of-week display, and a leap-year indication. The instantaneously advancing calendar displays are always crisply legible. They can be advanced collectively or individually with correctors. Once properly set, the mechanism is programmed to reliably indicate each month change until the year 2100.

The perpetual calendar is the central complication of the brown leather strap copy A. Lange & Söhne Lange 1 Perpetual Calendar, but not the only one. The watch additionally features a moon-phase display with an integrated day/night indicator. The combination of the moon-phase display with a day/night indicator has two layers. It consists of a solid-gold celestial disc with a blue gradation. It completes one full revolution about its own axis every 24 hours. Against this background, the moon —either in white or pink gold— performs its synodic orbit in 29 days, 12 hours, 44 minutes, and three seconds with such precision that it takes 122.6 years before a correction by one day is needed. With the 2016 debut of the combined display in the Lange 1 Moon Phase, the moon appears on a monochrome light blue canopy during the day and on a dark blue starry sky at night.

Powering the Lange 1 Perpetual Calendar is the automatic movement L021.3. Based on the calibre L021.1 of the Lange 1 Daymatic and has been endowed with a newly developed winding mechanism. Its technical features include a unidirectional winding rotor in 21K gold with an additional centrifugal mass in platinum, a power reserve of 50 hours, and a cam-poised balance that runs with a frequency of 21,600 vph.

Many of Lange’s quality hallmarks can be admired through the sapphire crystal case back: the plates and bridges made of untreated German silver and decorated with Glashütte ribbing, five gold chatons secured with thermally blued steel screws, and the hand-engraved balance cock with the superposed whiplash spring used for beat adjustments. As always, the parts of the movement, which are assembled twice, are manually finished to the strictest Lange standards. The materials, the architecture, and the artisanal finissage confirm that in terms of unique design and mechanical perfection, this quality clone watch is perpetual in every respect.

1960s UK Swiss Luxury Fake Heuer Autavia Ref. 2446C

I’m a completist by nature. When I stumble upon something I’m interested in, my immediate response is to dream about getting every variant of said thing. Recently, for example, I bought a late 1980s Swatch, and all of the sudden, I was wondering where I would store, in my one-bedroom Manhattan apartment, the presumably hundreds of vintage Swatch watches that were to come. Somehow, I do a good job of mentally (and financially) pulling myself back in. I still have just the one ’80s Swatch – at least for now.

It wasn’t until Talking Watches with Jeff Stein that I understood, became interested in, and craved the Heuer Autavia. Seeing Jeff’s table and watch roll full of so many little variants of this flagship Heuer chronograph, like the screw-back “all lume” dial, “flat V” and “pointed V” automatic Autavias, and “Orange Boy” ref. 1163, satisfied my completist tendencies. When this Heuer Autavia ref. 2446C replica with black dial arrived in the office, I was reminded of all those little details and the many different variants that floored me back in 2016 when watching that episode of Talking Watches.

This particular variant combines two of my favorite details of early manual-wind Autavias, with a “Rindt”-style dial and an EPSA compressor-style case. The “Rindt” dial epitomizes the TAG Heuer Autavia copy with steel case as the watch of choice for race car drivers, named after Formula One champion Jochen Rindt, who selected a screw-back ref. 2446 with a similar dial layout for his personal watch, on and off the track. On the other hand, the EPSA compressor case shows Heuer’s commitment to offering the best possible sport fake watch in one of the brand’s flagship products. The compressor technology used here was cutting edge in the 1960s. Condition-wise, this example is really stunning.

UK Perfect Patek Philippe Replica Watches With Integrated Bracelets

Having a luxury replica watch with a seamless design, from its case to the bracelet, can be rather satisfying. This is especially so for a timepiece that is well-designed. The concept of having the design extending beyond the case, and onto the bracelet, gives the watch a rather complete look.

Following the Vacheron Constantin Overseas, we have yet another classic from the “Holy Trinity” of Swiss Watchmaking.

The Nautilus, launched in 1976, was top quality copy Patek Philippe’s answer to the Royal Oak. The watch, which was designed by late Gerald Genta, had captured the attention by many over the years for its interesting design cues and exquisite finishing. Although it is unusual, but its rounded octagonal bezel and “ears” on the case is now an icon within the industry.

Unfortunately, for many collectors who have yet to own this timepiece, Patek Philippe Nautilus replica with blue dial had discontinued the highly popular stainless steel model. The next best alternative is the rose gold variant, which is priced at a princely sum of S$78,000.

Introducing: 1:1 Best Harry Winston Premier Chinese New Year Of The Ox Replica Watch UK

Every year, a handful of the finest watch brands create timepieces celebrating the Chinese zodiac just in time for the Chinese New Year. AAA perfect fake Harry Winston is one of those brands, and this year, for the Year of the Ox, the Swiss brand goes all out – unveiling bold red, beautiful métiers d’ arts and more. Part of the brand’s Premier collection, the Premier Chinese New Year of the Ox watch with automatic movement. The 36mm fake watch will light up wrists and eyes with its captivating design.

The Ox is the second of 12 animals that comprise the Chinese Zodiac. The Chinese New Year of the ox, which comes on the heels of the year of the rat, begins officially on February 12, 2021. The Ox is beloved for its strength and its hard-working nature. Without the ox, the Chinese culture could not farm their lands to the extent that they do. The ox, and people born in the year of the ox, are thought to be courageous, honest and responsible.

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With these traits in mind, the master artisans at Harry Winston opted to portray the ox in all its glory – turning to rose gold and diamonds against a stunning bold red background. These colors – favorites of the Chinese culture – also embody a sense of good fortune and prosperity. Together, all of these elements make this timepiece a true good luck charm.

The ox on this Chinese New Year watch is positioned at the center of the dial with its hooves at 6:00, including one hoof that is depicted in mid-air as though the ox is walking. Its tail looks to be wagging behind it and its diamond eyes seem to be intent on some goal. The ox is formed using 18-karat rose gold and its curved horns are set with diamonds, as is the lower portion of the body. In total, the ox alone is set with 103 brilliant-cut diamonds and another two brilliant-cut diamonds are used as markers for the time.

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The rest of the majestic ox’s body is made of red mother of pearl to match the dial background. Only the ox’s eyes are made of white mother of pearl. The red mother-of-pearl dial background boasts two different finishes, a natural beaded format that offers iridescent appeal for the top half and an etched motif for the lower half, emulating nature’s landscape.

The time is indicated in hours and minutes using an off-center dial that is ringed with diamonds, including one large emerald-cut diamond at 12:00. The emerald cut was Harry Winston’s favorite shape. The case and lugs are further set with diamond brilliants. In total, the 36mm 18-karat rose gold case is set with 57 brilliant-cut diamonds. Even the red alligator strap boasts a buckle set with 17 brilliant-cut diamonds. In fact, the total number of diamonds on the watch is 180, weighing just about 2.80 carats.

The magnificent watch is powered by a Swiss-made mechanical automatic movement that offer 68 hours of power reserve and is visible via a transparent sapphire case back. The back also is engraved with the numbered edition of the watch, as just eight pieces will be made.