Why do men love luxury replica watches so much? It’s pretty simple, really. Watches combine the best of art, science, metallurgy, sports, engineering and fashion all in something small you strap to your wrist.
They’re also a potent expression of their wearer’s personality. They’re conversation starters, statement pieces, celebrations of achievement and deeply emotional totems… They’re something you can pass down to your kids and a rare example of a made-to-last product in a world that’s increasingly disposable. Similarly, what sort of copy watch brands you invest in says something about the kind of person you are.
While the quartz crisis of the 1970s saw many of the world’s watch brands go defunct, to this day there remain hundreds (if not thousands) of different watch brands out there. While Switzerland remains the world’s biggest watch exporter, it’s by no means the only country that produces best quality replica watches – with some of the world’s top brands calling countries like France, Germany, Italy, Japan and even Australia home.
Origin: Le Brassus, Switzerland
One of the three so-called ‘Holy Trinity’ watchmakers alongside Patek Philippe and Vacheron Constantin, Audemars Piguet is one of the world’s most coveted watch brands. Swiss made replica Audemars Piguet is best known for introducing the Royal Oak wristwatch in 1972: the world’s first-ever luxury sports watch and a timepiece that would go on to revolutionise the Swiss luxury watch industry. To this day, the cheap fake Audemars Piguet Royal Oak remains a household name as well as one of the most in-demand watches on the planet.
Origin: Nyon, Switzerland
When Italian entrepreneur Carlo Crocco founded best 1:1 replica Hublot in 1980, the brand was the epitome of a disruptor. Not only did Hublot introduce the first ever natural rubber strap in the history of watchmaking, but Hublot paired that rubber strap with a gold watch – an unthinkable combination back then. But it worked. Over the next four decades, Swiss movement fake Hublot has continued to be a disruptive and innovative brand, known for their bold skeletonised designs and experiments with case materials such as ceramic and sapphire crystal.