The retired football star, who played for the New England Patriots for two decades before finishing up with a two-year stint at the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, has been spotted wearing some seriously impressive (and expensive) wrist candy this year.
Collecting high end fake watches has become something of a hobby for Brady. The seven-time Super Bowl champ was named an IWC ambassador in 2019 and owns at least 20 of the brand’s timepieces. He started out by buying a GST Automatic Alarm in 2002, before later acquiring a Navitimer, Top Gun Miramar, and Portugieser. His collection seems to have grown exponentially in the past year, though.
It’s no longer just IWC on Brady’s wrist, either. The 46-year-old has recently rocked coveted pieces by an array of horological heavyweights, from vintage 1:1 super clone Rolex Daytonas to six-figure Richard Milles to ultra-rare Patek Philippes. With a sharp eye for quality timepieces, Brady is building a collection that could one day become as legendary as his deep pass.
Below are the best Brady copy watch flexes of 2023.
September: Rolex Daytona “Le Mans”
In June, perfect super clone Rolex released the Cosmograph Daytona Celebrating 100 Years of Speed to mark the 100th anniversary of the 24 Hours of Le Mans. By September, the timepiece had already been spotted on the wrists of two A-listers. Mark Wahlberg flexed the piece on Instagram while Tom Brady wore it courtside at the U.S. Open Final. Swiss movement replica Rolex Daytona Ref. 126529LN features a 40mm white-gold case, a reverse panda dial with a black backdrop and white registers, and a white-gold Oyster bracelet. In addition, it has a black Cerachrom bezel with “100” in red on its tachymeter scale and a caliber 4132 movement that allows the chronograph function to count to 24 hours instead of just 12.
September: Rolex Daytona “John Player Special”
Tom Brady rocked a fittingly spectacular aaa quality super clone Rolex as he was honored by the New England Patriots at Gillette Stadium in September. The Paul Newman high quality copy Rolex Daytona, Ref. 6241, features a striking dial that has been nicknamed the “John Player Special” after the racing livery John Player & Sons created for the Lotus F1 team in the ‘70s. The dial showcases the same black and gold hues as the cars and three chronograph subdials with square lollipop hash marks. Brady’s case appears to be attached to a matching gold jubilee bracelet. Only a handful of such examples are known to exist, making them as rare as the star quarterback.