Mon. Jul 22nd, 2024

With the BET Awards, Wimbledon, and the Euros all happening over the past week, we were expecting to see some drool-worthy super clone watches for sale on the wrists of celebrities. They didn’t disappoint.

Gunna: Fake Cartier Baignoire Allongée

Rapper Gunna rocked a banging 1:1 fake Cartier Baignoire Allongée at this year’s BET Awards. Launched in 1957, the original Baignoire features a distinctive oval shape inspired by a bathtub, or baignoire in French. Swiss made super clone Cartier followed up with the Allongée in the ‘60s, creating a trippy elongated case for the successor. This contemporary iteration showcases a 47 mm white-gold case set with brilliant-cut diamonds, a beaded crown set with another diamond, a silver dial with stretched Roman numerals and sword-shaped hands, and a gray alligator strap. The splashy piece will set you back $44,000 a pop.

2 Chainz: Replica Rolex GMT-Master II
2 Chainz wore far more than two chains to this year’s BET Awards. The American rapper, known for songs such as “Riot” and “No Lie,” sported an iced-out perfect replica Rolex GMT-Master II at Sunday’s ceremony. Introduced at Baselworld in 2019, the rose-gold high quality super clone Rolex (Ref. 126755SARU) is dripping with gems. The lugs are set with 76 brilliant diamonds, while the signature “Pepsi” bezel is adorned with 18 rubies, 18 sapphires, and 12 diamonds at the respective hours. Diamonds can also be found on the dial and Oyster bracelet. The flashy wrist candy can set you back as much as $237,000 on the secondary market.

Romeo Beckham: Copy Rolex GMT-Master II

Like father, like son, eh? Romeo Beckham followed in his old man’s footsteps, rocking a swish timepiece at Wimbledon this week. Released in 2022, the aaa quality super clone Rolex GMT-Master II (Ref. 126720VTNR) famously features a crown and crown guard on the left side of the 40 mm Oystersteel case rather than the right. The date aperture and Cyclops lens have also been moved across the dial from three to nine o’clock. To top it off, the Swiss movement copy Rolex showcases a two-colour Cerachrom bezel in green and black ceramic, which has earned it the nicknames “Green Lantern” and “Sprite.” It is also sometimes referred to as “Destro,” the Italian word for right, as left-handers typically wear watches on their right hand. Beckham’s piece is fitted with a Jubilee bracelet and retails for $11,250—but good luck finding one at a top copy Rolex boutique.

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