Here we’ll track the rarest, wildest, and most covetable super clone watches for sale spotted on celebrities.
Justin Theroux’s Rolex Day-Date Super Clone Watches
Theroux really has a thing for black-and-gold Swiss made replica watches. His everyday piece is another beefy watch in gold: a Rolex Submariner from 1971, which he bought because that’s the year he was born. The luxury UK super clone Rolex Day-Date watches he wore to this week’s CFDA awards leans even harder into the color combination. The onyx dial piece is stripped of its typical hour indices, leaving in its place nothing but a transfixing black hole in the middle of a gold case.
Trae Young’s Cartier Santos Replica Watches
The Atlanta Hawks’ flame-throwing guard Young and the 1:1 online Cartier fake watches may seem like opposites: one an old-world, understated piece of jewelry, the other a flashy new-age guard who loves playing the Big Bad. But what they do have in common is that they can go on a heater like almost no one else. Put Cartier into NBA Jam and you’d have to queue the “he’s on fire!” sound drop immediately. The brand is putting up historic numbers at auction with funky cheap super clone watches like the Cheich, Pebble, and Crash. But so much started with Young’s Santos: it was one of the first wristwatches ever when it was invented in 1904.
Sylvester Stallone’s Super Clone Rolex Day-Date Watches
Today, the perfect copy Rolex Day-Date watches and its “President”-style bracelet are totally synonymous. Rolex uses this bracelet almost exclusively for this watch, and many know the Day-Date as simply “The President.” BUT! As watch writer Nick Gould points out, Stallone is wearing a version of the watch that predates its magisterial nickname. For a very brief time upon the Day-Date’s introduction, Rolex put the watch on the existing jubilee (seen here) before debuting the President a year later. Stallone’s watch represents just a teensy part of the Swiss movements super clone Rolex Day-Date watches’ history, plus it comes with that pretty aquatic dial.