Soaring High Above The Clouds With The US Perfect Fake IWC Big Pilot Perpetual Calendar

I must admit I had some problems during take-off. I mean not actually becoming airborne, but putting on the XL complicated IWC Big Pilot replica took some effort. Not that the combination of calfskin strap and folding clasp are difficult to understand or operate, but because it takes some time to get the watch snug on the wrist.

And this top-heavy, 46.2×15.4mm steel copy IWC Big Pilots ref. IW503605 needs to be snug on the wrist. And that’s because when it moves around on it, it just feels highly unpleasant. But once I got it in place (and left it no place to go), the watch felt comfortable. It was certainly noticeable because of its weight, but way more noteworthy because of its size and appearance — this watch has charisma.

Soaring high above the clouds with the blue dial fake IWC Big Pilot Perpetual Calendar
I bet you’re thinking something along the lines of “I have seen this watch before…” And you’re not (completely) wrong. In the past there were Big Pilot’s Watch Perpetual Calendar models, but they were always limited editions. This year IWC decided to add the “BP QP” to the standard collection. And although the watch looks familiar, you shouldn’t take it for granted.
The new watch’s familiarity also lies in the fact that the large surface of the dial is a perfect canvas on which to paint all the indications of the perpetual calendar. Especially since IWC decided to use its “Le Petit Prince” blue as the background and clear white to draw most of the details. I say most because the tips of the hands that indicate the day, date, and month have a bright red tip. No “fauxtina” to be seen anywhere and that makes this blue BP QP a solo pilot that plots its own course and doesn’t follow the much-traveled retro route.
Designed by one of the most likable master watchmakers
I was tempted to refer to the combination of blue and white as timeless, but since we’re dealing with a watch with a perpetual calendar, that seems inappropriate. This QP requires its first correction in the year 2100. It’s clever enough to automatically recognizes different month lengths as well as leap years. And on top of it all, it displays the four-digit year until the year 2499. This top quality replica IWC watch is, quite simply, all about time.
What IWC did is place a calendar module (comprising around 80 individual parts) on top of the in-house caliber 5216 with two barrels and seven days of power reserve. All that power also drives the module by a single nightly switching pulse. I should mention that the whole system was developed in the 1980s by IWC’s former head watchmaker Kurt Klaus. Herr Klaus is one of the most likable master watchmakers alive.
Programmed for a mind-boggling 577 years
The automatic movement features a Pellaton winding system with wear-resistant ceramic components that is visible through the sapphire glass back. Not that you want to have a look at that too often, because once you have the Swiss copy IWC Big Pilot Perpetual Calendar on the wrist you don’t want to take it off. Partly because you will feel naked and light instantly. And also because it’s a really nice watch to wear.
Can I read the indications without my reading glasses? No. Do I need to? Again no. I also didn’t need to adjust the calendar by manipulating the easy-to-use single crown. When I started wearing the watch it was set and ready to go, and I just didn’t want to mess with it. And while the calendar needs sharp eyes, the time is perfectly visible because of the sharp contrast and the shape and color of the very large hour and minute hands. It’s a good thing I know what date and day it is, and the same goes for the year. But the fact that the watch on the wrist mechanically keeps track of the date for many years to come is something special.

The Modern US Omega Constellation Replica Watches With Swiss Movements

Today, the best quality replica Omega Constellation follows the same blueprint first put forth in the ‘80s, albeit with a far more contemporary palette of colorways on offer. The ‘claws’ are still present at 3 and 9 o’clock, serving as ornamental features that I suspect will largely fall into the “love it or hate it” realm with few in between. You’ve probably noticed the resurgence of the steel integrated case in recent years, like clockwork, bringing the Constellation once again back in line with modern tastes. Kind of.

Today, the full Constellation collection is over 150 variants deep. Sizes range from 35mm to 41mm, steel and precious metals, diamonds, MoP, two-toned… you name it, it’s probably in there. Featured here is the latest 41mm case with steel bezel and light-grey feathered dial. They do make a 39mm variant of this watch, which would likely cure the few niggles I found while wearing this one, but the 41mm is well within reason if you pay attention to the numbers. But, the numbers don’t always tell the full story on the wrist.
Comparing this watch to the Speedmaster, which measures 42mm, highlights just how important the shape and profile of the case really is. The Speedmaster wears far smaller than the 39 mm copy Omega Constellation thanks to the sheer volume of the case. There’s a lot of metal here that’s absent on the Speedmaster, and you feel that. By the calipers, the Constellation actually measures 40mm between the claws, and 41mm from the claws. It is 14mm thick, and measures 44mm from tip to tip, excluding the single protruding articulating link (include that and the measurement hits 49mm). Again, none of the numbers are offensive by any stretch, but it’s the space between them that gives the full picture here.
Most importantly, this is a watch you feel on the wrist. The Speedmaster (especially with the new bracelet) has a way of melting off the wrist through the day, you just barely notice it, with the steel case replica Omega Constellation, I found myself taking it off and setting it beside me while I went about my business. Seeing this case in 39mm would presumably change the calculus here in a big way for my wrist, but YMMV. The textured rubber strap and deployant clasp are well executed here and performed their duties adequately securing the watch to the wrist with little drama to speak of.

I found the most interesting element of this watch to be the dial. Dial color and texture is the real battlefield these days between brands, and while there may not be a green dial Constellation (yet), the texture Omega is pulling off here is really interesting. In most light, the effect is subtle, but can swing to dramatic quickly in a manner not dissimilar to meteorite. Up close, the texture looks like small cross hatched feathers that catch the light with some dimensionality. The high quality copy Omega makes no mention of the dial on the product page other than to label it, rather unceremoniously: “grey”. The remainder of the dial is rather straightforward, aside from the trapezoidal date aperture at 6 o’clock, whose stark white base stands in sharp contrast with that lovely dial.
As a whole, there are really only two elements that date this (otherwise on trend) design: the polished claws, and the etched roman numerals around the bezel. My feeling on roman numerals is that they can be tricky to pull off properly, but when done right, they can really sing. Appearing etched into the steel bezel here, they feel a bit out of place to my eye. More importantly, they seem redundant when paired with the long hour batons already on the dial, which are highly legible, and quite handsome. Likewise, the polished claws are an odd sight taken on their own, but taken together, there’s a certain vibe this aaa quality fake watch has that, regardless of your feelings on the individual pieces, will leave you saying “I get it”. This watch is like the 996 generation 911, it’s odd and there’s a few design choices that might leave you scratching your head, but it’s also kind of appealing as a result.

IWC Launches Perpetual Calendars in Big Pilot’s Replica Watch US and Top Gun “Mojave Desert” Collections

As it does most years, IWC replica used its time in the watch trade-fair spotlight in 2021 to refresh one of its six major collections. At the recently concluded Watches & Wonders virtual event, the company expanded its ever-popular blue dial copy IWC Big Pilot’s Watch series with the release of the first 43-mm, blue-dialed Big Pilot models as the clear headliner. Beyond that launch, however, IWC had other heavy hitters in the lineup, including a new, downsized 41-mm Pilot’s Chronograph, and on the highest end of horology, two distinctive perpetual calendars in two of it’s Pilot’s Watch sub-families.


One of these new models, the cheap replica IWC Big Pilot’s Watch Perpetual Calendar, joins the brand’s regular production and features a steel case and blue colorway; the other, a limited edition, brings this high complication to IWC’s military-aesthetic Big Pilot’s Watch Top Gun series, specifically in its eye-catching “Mojave Desert” iteration.
Probably the more attention-grabbing release of the duo is the blue-dialed, steel-cased Big Pilot’s Watch Perpetual Calendar. The watch is the first regular-production perpetual calendar in IWC’s flagship Big Pilot series in quite some time, and completely refreshes its classical design by staging its highly intricate but still rather legible calendar configuration on a deep blue field.
The watch is housed in the 46.2-mm brushed steel case common to the contemporary Big Pilot’s Watch collection, which has polished accents and stands somewhat tall on the wrist at 15.4 mm thick. The case features a large, vintage-influenced conical crown, which screws in to aid in the model’s 60-meter water resistance. The watch is secured to the wrist with a blue calf leather strap, fastened by a steel folding clasp.


Underneath the anti-reflective-coated sapphire crystal lies the main attraction, the blue sunray dial, which packs displays for all the various complications associated with a perpetual calendar but manages to be overall quite legible. This is in large part due to the enlarged, combined hour-and-minute ring along the edge of the surface, and the matching lume-filled pilot-style hands for the hour and minute at the center of the dial. Additionally, the various whites, red, and silvers used for the remaining features, while not as large or bold as the basic timekeeping aspects of the watch, nonetheless contrast quite well with the bright blue dial. Speaking to these remaining features, they include, at 12 o’clock, the double moon-phase that has become a signature of IWC’s perpetual calendars; at 3 o’clock, a hybrid date and 7-day power reserve indicator; at 6 o’clock, a month indicator; at 7:30, a year window; and at 9 o’clock, a combined day indicator and running seconds subdial.

Notably, this perpetual calendar lacks a leap-year indicator, and this is by design: the movement, Caliber IWC 52615, steadily keeps track of the quadrennial happening more discreetly than most other watches in this category. The in-house-developed automatic movement has a number of other capabilities, including a Pellaton automatic winding system, which is essentially a bi-directional pawl-based winding system produced from ceramic, and which allows for greater resistance to wear over time. The perpetual calendar aspect of the IWC copy watch for sale is also operated via a module dubbed the Kurt Klaus perpetual calendar module, which allows the user to more quickly correct the time if the power reserve has run out after a few days’ time. The excellently finished automatic caliber contains 54 jewels, beats at 28,800 vph, maintains a seven-day (or 168-hour) power serve, and is visible behind a sapphire caseback.

Swiss Luxury US Copy IWC Pilot’s Watch Chronograph 41 Online

Given the disruptive effects of the pandemic upon replica watch manufacturers, it’s understandable that some are now cagey about taking too many big risks. At this year’s Watches & Wonders, many brands chose to expand on their design languages without pushing things too far and the results are some truly refined watches.

But whether it be bright colours, vintage reissues or revolutionary engineering, the one certainty is the chronograph remains as popular a complication as ever. Here’s my pick of the top chronographs of Watches & Wonders 2021.


As ubiquitous as the Flieger style may be to a watch enthusiast’s eye, there’s still a lot to get excited about when it comes to the 41 mm fake IWC Pilot’s Watch Chronograph. While it’s renowned legibility may once have been attributed to its size, the reduced case diameter from 43mm to 41mm maintains its ease-of-reading with bold Arabic numerals and aggressive sword hands.

With added practicality in the form of quick-release straps and bracelets, and an improved 100m of water resistance, the top quality copy IWC Pilot’s Watch Chronograph 41 is as functional as it is beautiful, in either luscious blue or green dials. Price: $6,500 USD on rubber/leather and $7,200 USD on the bracelet.

US The Best 1:1 Replica Omega Speedmaster Watch Buyer’s Guide — Part 1

In 2021, Omega updated the iconic high quality replica Omega Speedmaster Professional Moonwatch with the caliber 3861 movement. A very good reason to update our Speedmaster Buyer’s Guide as well!
This guide dates all the way back to 2014, and since then, a lot happened. Not only did we have our own way with Omega and the two Speedmaster Speedy Tuesday watches (in 2017 and 2018), Omega copy also introduced a number of interesting Speedmaster watches to the collection. What about the Speedmaster Calibre 321 from 2020, or the new Moonwatch Master Chronometer models in gold? Time for us to update this Speedmaster Buyer’s Guide.

In this Speedmaster Buyer’s Guide, we give you an overview of the most important references of the Speedmaster (Professional) and some of the Mark-series and other variations. Although this article isn’t meant as a pricing guide, we will give some hints, of course. This article is most likely not giving you any new information if you’re already a Speedmaster collector. But for those who are not, it will provide some basic information on the cheap fake Omega Speedmaster series.
Introduction to the Speedmaster Buyer’s Guide
An introduction to the Swiss movement copy Omega Speedmaster isn’t necessary we think. We all know about this iconic timepiece. So let’s focus on how to use this Speedmaster buyer’s guide instead.
Without going into great detail on each of the references mentioned in this article, we will link to articles in which we did. Over the past 9 years, since we started Speedy Tuesday, we have reviewed and written about many different models and references. The longer, more focused articles on the site are a great resource. Especially for newcomers to the hobby.

In this series of articles, we will focus on the various steps to take when you are in the process of buying — or collecting — Speedmaster watches. We will give some hints regarding Speedmaster prices, but as this may vary on the part of the world you are living in (taxes, currencies) we won’t emphasize this too much. For now, much more important are the details you should look for when you’ve found a Speedmaster of your choice.
Omega Speedmaster Models
One of the questions we often receive is if we can give some guidance on all the different models out there. If you are new to luxury copy Omega Speedmaster watches, it might seem like a bit of a horological wilderness. If you’re looking for the actual Moonwatch model (the reference that went to the Moon), read this article validated by Omega. Or, if you are looking for the current Omega Speedmaster Professional that is closest to the original Moonwatch, click here. Sometimes it is so confusing, that people wonder if the Speedmaster Reduced is a Moonwatch too (it isn’t).
If you are looking for a particular reference or model, you can use the search function on this website. Chances are very high you will find what you’re looking for.

US High Quality Fake Omega Seamaster Planet Ocean America’s Cup Review

From March 6th till March 15th, the 36th edition of the America’s Cup will take place. Just recently, Omega replica introduced its Seamaster Divers 300M Chronograph America’s Cup edition, with chrono lock. We wrote about it here. But last year, Omega debuted a very handsome Seamaster Planet Ocean America’s Cup Limited Edition, to celebrate the 36th race. We had the chance to go hands-on with it not so long ago and thought it would be nice to give it some attention right before the start of this year’s America’s Cup.
Planet Ocean America’s Cup


High quality replica Omega Seamaster family consists of many members. We have the famous 300M, the heritage-inspired 300, the versatile Aqua Terra, the not-so-versatile PloProf, the funky Railmaster, and, the Planet Ocean. Together with the 300M and PloProf 1200M, I’d say the Planet Ocean (600M) is Omega’s proper diver’s watch. It is available in many flavors, and sometimes as a Limited Edition. Like this one, to commemorate the 36th edition of the America’s Cup.


America’s Cup Details
The Planet Ocean needs no further introduction, I am sure. It has been in the collection for quite a long time now, and is always packed with Omega’s latest technology. The Planet Ocean was one of the first collections to be equipped with the brand’s in-house movements, for example. But before we get to the technical specifications of the watch, let’s first look at the design details. Omega fake has the tendency to add a lot of details that relate to the topic. Whether that’s for a Bond movie or for something like the America’s Cup, there are always a lot of hints.
When looking at the dial of Omega Seamaster fake with white dial, you’ll find the “36th America’s Cup” printing. A dead give-away, of course. Take a close look at the counter-weight of the central second’s hand, there you find the Auld Mug trophy. As you can see in the picture above, the luminous material (Super-LumiNova) is blue on all indexes and hands, except for the (broad) arrow on the minute hand and the dot on the ceramic bezel. Those are in green, to make a clear distinction during low-light conditions.

US Waterproof Omega Seamaster Diver 300M 210.32.42.20.04.001 Replica Watch For Divers

Swiss made fake Omega show there’s nothing dull about a white dial in this carefully honed evolution of the high-quality fake Seamaster Diver 300M 210.32.42.20.04.001. The black rubber strap is supremely comfortable as you’d expect from the big O and hugs the wrist with pleasing tactility. It’s marked with a discreet twin-stripe relief pattern and delivered in black to underline the strong monochrome vibe.

Swiss Movement Fake Omega Seamaster Diver 300M 210.32.42.20.04.001 Watch

Twisted lugs with a broad sweep of polished bevel create dynamic shape-play in the distinctive case while the glossy ceramic bezel frames an icy cool dial. The skeletonised hand set, tough black in this case, together with the wave patterned dial may be divisive. But in this graphic context it brings life and added detail to what is already a superb design.

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Large, blocky indices that light up like lanterns after dark sit with quiet confidence, and the bright red Seamaster script adds a balanced pop of colour. When you consider the 300m depth rating and the fact that this houses the immaculate co-axial chronometer movement, this is one of the strongest divers around – a perfect everyday wear in its crisp arctic white

US Swiss Fake Omega Speedmaster 50th Anniversary Silver Snoopy Commemorates Apollo Missions

The silver dial fake Omega Snoopy Speedmaster 50th Anniversary watch is the third in the highly collectible “Snoopy” series, and anyone who doesn’t have one yet will be happy to know that this one is not a limited edition. The small-seconds subdial depicts the lovable beagle from the cartoon strip “Peanuts” a motif that is commemorative of the Silver Snoopy Award presented by NASA astronauts “in appreciation’ for professionalism, dedication, and outstanding support that greatly enhanced space flight safety and mission success.” It is also a nod to the 50th anniversary of NASA’s most famous moon mission, the Apollo 13.


The story starts with the Apollo 10 mission, the first to reference the “Peanuts” comic strip. Its Command Module was named “Charlie Brown” and the Lunar Excursion Module was called “Snoopy” because its job was to snoop around for good landing sites for the next mission. Thereafter, NASA began using Snoopy as a mascot for its spaceflight safety initiative, and the Silver Snoopy Award, a silver pin, was given to NASA employees and contractors by astronauts to celebrate achievements related to mission success and human flight safety. The Omega Speedmaster replica with blue bezel refers to the 50th anniversary of the 1970 Apollo 13 mission, which went awry when one of the oxygen tanks in the Service Module exploded, damaging the Command Module. The astronauts had to use the Lunar Excursion Module to come home to earth, and to make that possible, they had to use their luxury copy Omega Speedmasters to time a critical, 14-second firing of the LEM’s rocket engine to correct their homeward trajectory. In 1970, Omega was given a Silver Snoopy Award to commemorate the Speedmaster’s role in the flight.
Omega introduced its first Snoopy Speedmaster in 2003, a limited edition of 5,441. It was followed by another commemorative Snoopy in 2015, limited to 1,970 pieces to mark the year of the Apollo 13 flight. Both are rarities now, and highly sought after by collectors. The new, best quality Omega fake watch piece is unlimited. Its 42mm case is steel, with blue accents on the hands, markers, subdials and bezel. It is priced at $9,600, and contains the METAS-certified caliber 3861.

The Legendary US AAA Quality Replica Panerai Luminor Slytech Daylight Belonging to Sylvester Stallone Sold At The Phillips New York December 2020 Auction

Actor Sylvester Stallone has long been known in collector communities for his watch taste centering around beefy timepieces. He is best known for helping Panerai replica reach its fame before Richemont (then Vendôme) acquired the brand in 1997.

Stallone wore a best quality replica Panerai Luminor in the Hollywood film Daylight, a watch that can justifiably be considered the most important Panerai wristwatch ever to come to auction. Here’s why.

Until it was re-launched in Florence in 1993, Officine Panerai was an Italian military brand. After that relaunch a rather curious thing happened: the very large, sporty, technical-looking watches hit a tipping point in more exclusive consumer circles – collector circles, really – swinging the prevalent watch fashion away from flat (often quartz) watches and kicking off a new trend in oversized timepieces.

Around 1995 this “newcomer” brand came to the attention of Stallone, who commissioned a model based on the Mare Nostrum, a first re-issue of the resuscitated cheap replica Panerai, and dubbed it the Slytech Submersible. This Slytech lacked the patented Panerai crown-locking device that its siblings possess, lending it a more conventional, though still very solid and definitely large, appearance.
Coinciding with the filming of 1996’s Daylight, Stallone commissioned a second model with the locking device that came to be called the Slytech Daylight (a Luminor model). And Swiss movement fake Panerai became a product placement legend, propelling a new appreciation for these timepieces among a wider public, which was then nurtured and facilitated by the brand’s clever CEO, Angelo Bonati.

“I did a film called Daylight and I wanted to wear a watch that no one had ever seen. I strapped this on my wrist that day and didn’t take it off until the end of filming,” Phillips reports Stallone as saying. Here, he consigns the watch in the original shape as was worn for filming on the same rare sharkskin strap, as well as with original box, straps, brass screwdriver, and signed studio card.

Stallone’s Panerai Luminor Slytech Daylight is Phillips’ lot 47.

Quick Facts 44 mm replica Panerai Luminor Slytech Daylight
Case: 44 mm, stainless steel
Movement: manual winding ETA Unitas Caliber 6497
Functions: hours, minutes
Year of manufacture: approx. 1993
Remarks: accompanied by signed letter, original box, additional straps, screwdriver, signed studio lobby card, and Daylight press kit from 1996
Estimate: $40,000-$80,000
Result: $214,200

US Best Replica Panerai Is Set To Serve As Official Timekeeper Of The PRADA Cup.

Taking place from January 15 to February 24, 2021, in Auckland (NZ), perfect fake Panerai will keep time on the Challenger Selection Series for the 36th America’s Cup presented by PRADA.

The race will establish which team will compete against the Defender, Emirates New Zealand in the America’s Cup final in March 2021.

Rooted in the 1970 decision to bring the Challenger Selection Series into being, the PRADA Cup is the final hurdle on the road to the oldest trophy in sport, the 36th America’s Cup presented by PRADA.

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The race now enters an exciting new chapter in its celebration and passion for the sea with announcement that Florentine watchmaker Swiss made replica Panerai has been designated as Official Timekeeper of the PRADA Cup.

Commenting on the announcement, Panerai’s CEO, Jean-Marc Pontroué said: “We are extremely proud to have been appointed as Official Timekeeper of the PRADA Cup. The challenge ahead is a great one for us all and Panerai is fully committed to experiencing this new chapter.

“From exchanges on technology and precision to outfitting the exceptional high-tech foiling monohulls, every part of the partnership truly reflects our innovative soul as a pioneering brand.”

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While Lorenzo Bertelli, PRADA head of marketing and communications, said: “The link of Panerai with the sea dates back to the first decade on the last century, when the company supplied advanced and sophisticated engineering elements for the ships of the Italian Navy. The first underwater watches date back to the 30’s of the last century and have been central elements of legendary endeavors.

“Panerai’s research and development and passion for the sea never stopped since. It is therefore with great satisfaction that we welcome Panerai as Official Timekeeper of the PRADA Cup and of the 36th America’s Cup presented by PRADA preliminary regattas.”

Along with its appointment as Official Timekeeper of the PRADA Cup, best fake Panerai will also gain exclusive designations as Official Timekeeper of the PRADA America’s Cup World Series Auckland and the PRADA Christmas Race.