Sturdy Patek Philippe Ref. 5320G Replica Watches Sales With White Gold Cases

By now you’ve probably read about Patek Philippe’s new self-winding perpetual calendar, the 5320G. It’s a watch that left a really strong impression in person from the first time we saw it, reminding us of some of the best copy Patek Philippe’s most celebrated designs from the 1940s and 1950s.

Philip Barat, the Head of Technical Development at Patek Philippe, and Jasmina Steele, Public Relations Director, give us another chance to see the 5320G.

Ben shared his initial reactions and some live photos after getting a first glimpse on day one of Baselworld. He ran through the most interesting features of the watch, including its case, which falls into the Calatrava family and is inspired by ref. 2405, another perpetual calendar from 1940. Ben noted that the case has the peculiarity of being stamped to obtain the sharp lines and interesting geometry.

Patek Philippe agreed with the first bit, but felt that, while we weren’t wrong about it being stamped, we may have oversimplified the work that goes into achieving the shape and finish of the Swiss brown alligator strap Patek Philippe 5320G fake watch. Shortly after running our story, we received an invitation to come back to their booth and meet Philip Barat, the Head of Technical Development at Patek Philippe, for a closer look at how the 5320G is made. Always eager to hear more from Patek, we accepted. Here’s what we learned.

The 5320G is indeed stamped. Patek Philippe’s CEO, Mr. Stern, asked the development team to create a watch that would have “very, very straight lines,” similar to Patek’s replica watches for hot sale from the 1940s and Barat says there only two techniques can be used “to get a sharp edge between the lugs and the middle band case,” and that’s to stamp or to solder the lugs to the case, which Patek simply doesn’t do. Stamping was the only way forward then, but it’s only the first step to creating the finishing case for the 5320G. Here’s what it looks like after the initial stamp.

The monobloc case, monobloc case, stamped from a single piece of white gold.

And this is what it looks like after it more metal has been removed. “All the rest is cut off and milled,” says Barat, and then the part is sent off to the polishing department, which still has quite a lot to do before a working calibre can be put inside, and the strap is attached to the lugs. The case is entirely finished by hand.

“It’s very delicate work,” said Barat, “because when you have sharp edges, the polishing must be so soft.” It takes incredible skill to polish usual surfaces, and the popular copy watch 5320G certainly has many of those. Patek tells us that only the most skilled specialists are able to obtain the finish desired on the there three-tiered lugs for example.

The finished product is a case the likes of which we simply haven’t seen in a while from Patek, and we welcome this return to form.

So there you have it, the final word on the curious case of the 5320G fake Patek Philippe with low price online (pun very much intended). It is stamped, but it’s also a little more than that. Considerable effort goes into creating a watch which, after seeing it a second time, only impresses us more.

Appreciate Vintage Fake Longines Watches From The Longines Museum

A very exciting package showed up recently. Despite a lot of good watches making their way, rarely do we have the opportunity to spend any time with museum pieces outside of glass cases and museum walls. But Longines had a nice little surprise for us. Each of the three classic Longines replica watches sales online in this special roll offered up a side of the brand’s past that definitely deserves to be examined. We’ve got watches delivered to Argentina, Italy, and Mexico, the first in 1919 and the last in 1967, two chronographs, one time-and-date. Let’s get into it.

1910s Mono-Pusher Chronograph

In many ways, this piece from 1919 shows that the time of pocket watches was not long gone. The lugs of the Swiss copy watches with gold cases are small and narrow, as they were on the first converted wristwatches. However, there is one element that proves a full transition to wristwatches: the crown placement at three o’clock, instead of the 12 o’clock position used for pocket watches.

The crown does come with one secret, as it is the single control for the chronograph. Before Breitling came up with idea to use two separate pushers (start/stop for the first and reset for the second), this is how chronographs all operated. If the crown does everything related to the chronograph, how can someone set the time? This is where the small pusher placed above steps in, as holding it down will switch the crown to its setting function.

White enamel dial with radium numerals.

This type of mono-pusher was not restricted to Longines, and many similar-looking examples from Eberhard, Universal Genève, and Vacheron Constantin can be found. The white enamel dial and cathedral hands are characteristic of the early 20th century, while the painted numerals are lumed with radium (this was some 40 years before the less dangerous tritium made its way into watches). The 35mm case is made out of solid 18k gold and has an officer’s caseback, which allows you to see the awesome chronograph caliber 13.33Z.

The 35mm case of the best Logines fake watch might be gold plated here, but no expense was spared in the manufacturing of the Conquest, which got the most advanced automatic calibers (caliber 290 without date, caliber 291 with date and caliber 292/294 with date and power reserve complication) through the 1960s and also featured lavish casebacks. The applied indexes bring a lot of balance to the two-tone dial, which shows an attractive mirrored ring adjacent to the minute track.

The date placement at 12 o’clock of the present reference 9026 might be unusual, but it really manages to preserve the right balance of the design, while the previous generation of Conquest Calendars (the references 9004, 9005, 9007 and 9008, all using the caliber 19ASD) showed a date window strangely located near the center of the dial, next to the index at three o’clock. The tower shape of the hands is also a quirky feature from the vintage Conquest Automatic.

Characteristic enamel painting on the caseback.

The green enamel painting on the back indicates a stainless steel or gold-plated case, while the cases in solid gold get a blue painting of the sea. This small detail shows the attention brought to the Conquest line, one of the most exclusive from Longines at the time. Therefore, it comes as no surprise that the Conquest is still produced to this day, and that stable replica Longines Conquest recently brought back the vintage design of the Conquest Calendar (which was even adopted by James Bond’s boss).

1960s Longines Chronograph Ref. 7412

Longines is particularly well-known for the exquisite chronograph calibers that it manufactured, and particularly the caliber 13ZN and its evolution, the 30CH. From 1936 until the 1970s, both calibers offered a flyback complication: this allows you to instantly reset the chronograph through a simple press on the lower pusher, instead of stopping the chronograph first. While it seems like a small operating change, it is actually a complex mechanical modification, and an essential function for obtaining the most accurate timing of successive intervals (important in aerial navigation, for instance).

The popular fake Longines chronograph reference 7412 relies on the 30CH and was first produced in the late 1950s. It can be found in several catalogs from Longines (for the German-speaking, English-speaking and Italian-speaking markets). There, it is consistently presented alongside the reference 7414, which was almost 40% more expensive given its solid gold case (the reference 7412 always comes with a stainless steel case). The square pushers preserves its dressy image while the larger sibling reference 7413 in steel shows sportier pump pushers and a screw-down caseback.

Very legible scales printed on the dial.

As often seen on chronographs, the dial displays several tracks to offer different interpretations of a measured time. The telemeter allows you to compute the distance from an event, based on the speed of sound; it proved very useful on battlefields to calculate how far an artillery battery was, from the difference between the visible flash of the cannon firing, and the moment one heard the sound. The Base 1,000 tachymeter has a more peaceful mission, as it serves to figure out the speed of a moving object between two set points. Therefore, if you make one mile in 30 seconds, you can instantly read your 100 mph speed on the watch. While all this is clearly astute and useful, Longines managed to make the legibility optimal in choosing bright blue and red for these two external scales.

Two Special Fake Blancpain Métiers D’Art Shakudō Watches For You To Appreciate

Two new vivid dials show off the traditional Japanese metalworking craft.

At Baselworld this year, we saw two really remarkable unique pieces from Blancpain’s Métiers d’Art workshops. These red gold cases Blancpain Métiers D’Art Shakudō copy watches were made to show off the Japanese craft of working with an alloy known as shakudō, which is a mixture of gold and copper that traditionally was used for sword fittings, such as the tsuba (handguard) and menuki (a decorative element found on the grip). Shakudō was generally used only on smaller metal objects, due to the cost of the gold in the alloy, and it can be combined with a compound known as rokusho, which includes copper acetates, chlorides, and sulfates, to produce a wide range of decorative patinas.

As we all probably know, this is the Year Of The Rooster; I’ve seen a number of thematic watches related to the Chinese Zodiac over the years but this one is definitely one of the most successful. The rooster is quite powerfully done and the combination of low relief sculpture and very rich patination from the combination of shakudō and rokushō really adds to the effect of the charming copy Blancpain watch with high-end Swiss movement.

I’ve read that one of the virtues associated traditionally with the Rooster is punctuality (the whole crowing at dawn thing) which seems especially appropriate for a watch; this particular rooster certainly seems to be glaring at you as if to dare you to be late. There’s a real sense of animal vigor in the metalwork – often, engraved dials or dials with designs in metal relief can seem a bit static but this guy looks ready to jump right out at you, and he certainly has the general air of you-talkin’-to-me one associates with the rooster.

Everything is very naturally rendered, including the feathers, and there’s a wonderful quality of immediacy and realism.

The movements in both unique replica watches online are the same: the Blancpain caliber 13R3A, which is an eight day, hand-wound movement, with an indication for the power reserve built into the movement plate.

The second of the two dark brown alligator straps Blancpain fake watches sales has a motif I would bet fifty thousand Nivarox balance springs you’ve never heard of (well, I hadn’t anyway).  This particular dial is an homage to Swiss culture and depicts something called “The Battle Of The Queen Cows,” which takes place every year in the Val d’Hérens, in the canton of Valais. Valais has extremely mountainous terrain (the Matterhorn’s there) and the cows shown have short legs, great endurance, powerful physiques, and a combative, territorial streak. Once a year they get to blow off steam in the village of Aproz, before ascending 3,000 meters to their summer pastures.

The “Battle Of The Queen Cows” is not a bullfight – the cows don’t attempt to gore each other with their horns and a fight, when it occurs, is for dominance in the herd rather than to inflict injury. Generally the way it works, apparently, is that a couple of potential rivals are allowed to give each other the stink-eye until they decide they dislike the cut of each other’s jib enough to mix it up. Despite their impressive armament, the actual fight is relatively sedate – the two cows put their foreheads together and engage in a shoving match until one or the other decides the game is not worth the candle, and wanders off. Herdsmen watch the animals carefully and if it looks like someone might get hurt, the cows are disengaged (these are valuable animals after all, and what’s wanted is good clean fun, not personal injury).

 As with the rooster, there’s quite a lot of raw animal spirits captured in the metalwork – the cows have a wonderful archaic quality that reminds me a little bit of Paleolithic cave paintings, and the sense of power they radiate makes you take the whole thing a little bit more seriously than you might otherwise take something called “The Battle Of The Queen Cows.”
In the background, between the combatants, is a representation of the Matterhorn. These two timepieces really seem as if they’re meant to work together as a set – price is $160,600 for each top replica Blancpain watch. They’re both examples of a type of metal craft you certainly don’t see very often in horology, with great execution in everything from the engraving itself, to the patination characteristic of shakudō work.

Brand-new 42MM IWC Portugieser Chronograph Classic Replica Watches For You To Choose

For almost 80 years, the Portugieser has been synonymous with timeless design and watchmaking perfection. The Reference 3904 – the third Chronograph in the Portugieser family – was presented for the first time in 2013, yet it still retains the unmistakable character of the originals from the 1930s. IWC is now reissuing the Swiss silver dial fake IWC Portugieser Chronograph Classic (Ref. 3903) with a slightly revised and updated design. The dial with the typical Portugieser railway-track- style chapter ring looks even neater than its predecessor without the subdivision of the seconds, while the watch as a whole has a more modern impact thanks to the convex sapphire glass.

Red Gold Cases IWC Portugieser Chronograph Classic Fake Watches

The top-of-the-line version has an 18-carat red gold case and a silver-plated dial, as well as golden hands and indexes. It is fit with a  brown alligator leather strap (Ref. IW390301). Two models are available with a stainless-steel case and a black alligator leather strap. One features a silver-plated dial and blue hands and indexes (Ref. IW390302), while the other modern copy watch online sales has a midnight blue dial and rhodium-plated hands and indexes (Ref. IW390303).

When it comes to the technical components inside these watches, the low-price replica IWC relies on the aspect of continuity: the new Chronographs are still driven by the tried-and-tested IWC-manufactured 89361 calibre with flyback function, self-winding system and a power reserve of 68 hours. The recorded time is particularly easy to read on the combined hour and minute counter at “12 o’clock”. A see-through sapphire-glass back provides a view of the movement and the rotor, which is adorned with Geneva stripes.

The new copy IWC  Portugieser Chronograph Classic models are available now in IWC boutiques and from authorised IWC dealers.

Tissot Ballade Fake Watches With New Silicon Balance Springs

Silicon has many, many benefits for watches; anti-magnetism, longevity-of-life, temperature resistance, and not requiring lubricant being among them. However, because of the difficult-to-produce and fragile nature of silicon, hairsprings made of the material have typically been used exclusively in high-end timepieces.

And that is why Tissot unveiling the noble Tissot Ballade replica watches featuring a silicon balance spring and COSC-certified Powermatic 80 movement at Baselworld 2017 is unusual. And the most interesting part of that announcement? It will cost less than a thousand dollars.

Tissot is no stranger to anti-magnetic watches. During the 1930s, they created one of the first anti-magnetic watches with the Tissot Antimagnetique. Ever since then, they’ve been using anti-magnetic components in their watches, so the next natural step would be silicon. That’s not surprising. What’s surprising is the price.

There are seven models of the decent Tissot Ballade fake watches, and while the three ladies’ pieces were reviewed hands-on here back in September, the newest “Gents” models are a bit more masculine with a 39mm or 41mm case. All cases will be in steel with a Clous de Paris-patterned bezel and inner-dial disc, which I find a tasteful nod to the 1930s style.

Both the men’s and women’s watches will feature bi-tone rose-gold and yellow-gold-plated models, with the yellow gold coming on a stainless steel, bi-tone bracelet, and the rose-gold fitted with a brown leather strap on the Gents, and a white leather strap for the ladies.

A full stainless steel case with steel bracelet is also available for both. Each piece has the date window displayed at the 3 o’clock position. While I would normally always go for a bracelet, I find the steel case on black leather to fit the Tissot DNA more than the bi-tone bracelet models. Tissot Ballade copy watches with Swiss mechanical movements are water resistant up to 50m, and all models feature a sapphire crystal and transparent case-back displaying the movement (sorry we don’t have any pictures for you of it from Tissot).

 

Omega Seamaster Edizione Venezia Fake Watches In Sedna Gold Or Stainless Steel

Out of the blue, Omega today debuted the Omega Seamaster replica watches with white dials, stylish, retro-inspired take on the Seamaster, offered in a highly elegant 39.5mm case, crafted from either Omega’s proprietary 18k Sedna gold or… yes, stainless steel.

On a personal note, the 40mm-wide De Ville Trésor has been probably my favorite modern Omega: it’s classical, restrained, and under-the-radar, but, with its curvy case and dial, it’s plenty interesting for a dress watch. Plus, its Master Co-Axial Chronometer movement delivers all the goodies Omega can engineer into a movement today… So what exactly is the matter with the Trésor? It’s not available in steel but exclusively in —— very pricey ——- gold of different types

Which lead us to the Omega Seamaster Edizione Venezia, new Omega Seamaster fake watches that offer comparably beautiful and restrained styling in classical 39.5mm cases, METAS-certified Master Co-Axial Chronometer movements (now an automatic over the Trésor’s hand-wound), and refreshingly, they do come in Sedna gold and steel. And, if you hadn’t guessed already, there is, of course, a story to go with it as well.

Omega says the idea for the Seamaster’s sea horse logo came when one of Omega’s designers visited Venice and saw the gondolas adorned with this fascinating animal —— he liked the possible connection with it and the Seamaster and, since 1957, the Seahorse emblem has been associated with this collection.

While self-proclaimed Omega historians will certainly know of a few vintage Omega Seamaster copy watches with Swiss mechanical movements from the mid-1900s, I don’t think it’s a stretch to say that most Omega fans and buyers today think not of a vintage dress watch when they hear the word Seamaster.

Yet, this new-for-2017 piece shares numerous design elements with Seamasters of old, reminding everyone that the Seamaster has not always been about chunky, sporty, and colorful. It goes to show that, if you think about it, not only is Omega itself a very versatile and complex brand, but even its collections can be a bit all over the place sometimes.

All Steel Piaget Polo Fake Watches You’ll Want to Wear All Day and Night

As the wants of watch consumers evolve, so, too, must the watchmakers catering to this ever-fickle group of discerning shoppers. Take Piaget, for example. Best known for its record-breaking, ultrathin movements and beautiful mosaic dials ideal for a black-tie evening, the Swiss watchmaker has just introduced the Polo S, its first-ever all-steel collection, starting at $9,350.

The reliable Piaget Polo replica watches reimagine them as a sportier day-into-night timepiece that will surely introduce the brand to a much wider audience of watch lovers. Sure, Piaget had a brief moment with stainless-steel watches 15 years ago as part of its Upstream collection, but the Polo S marks the first complete collection of steel watches ——- not to mention a new opening price point for the brand.

At first glance, its handsome case is most striking. The cushion-shaped dial (note the guilloche dial) is housed within a 42mm round case. But the influence of Piaget’s luxurious Emperador line is also evident. Two styles of Piaget Polo fake watches with Swiss mechanical movements will be available: an automatic in three color variations (blue, gray, and white), and a self-winding Chronograph in two (blue and white).

Piaget has remained true to maintaining the strictest quality standards ——- not the least of which is the inclusion of in-house-made automatic movements especially for these timepieces. The 42mm automatic features the Manufacture Piaget 1110P movement displaying hours, minutes, and seconds, with a date window at six.

The chronograph ($12,400) uses the Manufacture Piaget 1160P self-winding movement and adds two sub-dials, with a 30-minute counter at three and a 12 hour counter at nine. Both movements are visible via a sapphire caseback and Piaget copy watches with stainless steel bracelets are water resistant to 100 meters.

WATCH WINNER REVIEW: Tissot Heritage 1936 Mechanical Fake Watches With White Dials

In October of 2016, the monthly giveaway watch on aBlogtoWatch was a Tissot Heritage 1936 Mechanical watch. The winner was Dan T. from Springfield, Missouri, USA, and after enjoying his new Tissot Heritage 1936 timepiece (retail price $995), he has given a watch winner review for us to share with you —— the aBlogtoWatch audience. Thanks to Dan and all the other watch winners who share experiences with the world. Here is Dan’s review:

Hello, fellow aBlogtoWatch readers! I was super stoked to hear that I won one of the elegant Tissot Heritage replica watches giveaway. Tissot has been a brand I’ve had my eyes on for some time —– specifically, the vintage-inspired pieces with that fantastic retro Tissot logo on the dial. The watch arrived alongside some awesome Tissot swag, and an interesting, nearly 300-page book on the story of the company.

It even pictures a Tissot pocket watch circa 1923 that this design clearly draws some inspiration from. Seeing the connection between Tissot fake watches with brown leather straps and a model from nearly a century ago allows me to truly appreciate the history of Tissot whenever I put the Heritage 1936 on.

So for those who aren’t familiar with this watch, I’ll provide a quick primer. This design celebrates a historically significant point in timepiece history —— it’s modeled after some of the first wristwatches ever made. Trench watches, as they were called, gained popularity during WW1, and rapidly accelerated the shift from pocket watch to wristwatch. These trench watches were essentially pocket watches with wired lugs soldered on, and when you look up images of them you clearly see the resemblance in a lot of the design elements. This nod to the past is big for me —— I very much gravitate towards Tissot copy watches with Swiss mechanical movements with a story.

So now that the history lesson is over, let’s just get straight to the elephant in the room —- the size of the noble Tissot Heritage fake watches. It’s not only the width —– coming in at a modest 45mm —– but it’s also the thickness (13mm) that makes this a beast of a watch. These numbers would typically scare some away, but the watch really doesn’t feel (or really even look) that large, and I have a relatively small wrist. Something about the wire lugs and the narrow (18mm) band make the size of the case size look right and not feel over-the-top, which is important for a vintage-inspired piece.

Traser P67 Officer Pro Gun Metal Lime & Orange Replica Watches As Reviews

At Baselworld 2017, Swiss Traser introduced a “trendy” tactical watch with the Traser P67 Officer Pro Gun Metal in bright Lime and Orange lumed dials. The delicate Traser fake watches are not terribly expensive and show a more lighthearted side of the brand which is mostly known for being the in-house brand of MB-Microtec who produces glowing tritium gas tubes.

I think there is an appeal to wearing “tactical” watches without always wanting to look too tactical. Of course, not everyone will be into lime green or bright orange on their wrist all the time, but at least for a fun-looking timepiece such as this you don’t need to spend more than $500.

The Traser replica watches with Swiss quartz movements already had black-dialed versions with lime green or orange hour numerals. What is different for 2017 is that the collection now includes these models with dials that are entirely lime green or orange. When mixed with the gun metal-style PVD-coated steel cases and the matching straps, it makes for a neat look. I have a soft spot for functional watches that are more about being a bit loud in style, so I do appreciate stuff like this.

Traser copy watches with black hour markers are 42mm wide with AR-coated sapphire crystal and are water-resistant to 100 meters. The straps are orange or green, and Traser makes a point to indicate that they are “Italian-made natural caoutchouc” straps. For a more discreet look, Traser also sells NATO-style straps in black, with a lime green or orange stripe down the middle.

The dials combine Taser’s typical use of Tritium gas tubes, with Super-LumiNova for darkness illumination. There are gas tubes in each of the three hands, as well as the hour markers. Also note the two gas tubes in the logo under 12 o’clock. Traser says these are used to help orient the position of the dial in the dark so that you can more easily read the time. The rest of the dial is painted in green or orange Super-LumiNova.

Hublot Big Bang Replica Watches Techframe Ferrari 70 Years Tourbillon Chronograph Of Good Quality

In 2017, with Ferrari design objectively at one of its all-time highs, Ferrari has finally conceived its first ever wristwatch. They have done so in partnership with – you guessed it right – Hublot, and the result of their collaboration comes in the unusual form of Hublot Big Bang fake watches with black rubber straps. They are the watches that, by definition, have tested the horological prowess of the designers and engineers of one of the world’s leading car manufacturers.

Conceived by the Ferrari Design Center in Maranello and built by Hublot, the excellent Hublot Big Bang replica watches (initially covered here) give a fresh twist to the seemingly ever-lasting cycle of the usually extremely stale “[watch_brand_name] asks for attention by partnering with [car_brand_name]” collaborations by letting the eggheads in Maranello have their go at making a watch.

What do $295 quartz beaters, Movado, Cabestan, Panerai, Girard-Perregaux, and Hublot all have in common? They all have legally made watches with the Ferrari logo on them. However, to be fair, Hublot has far and away made the most of its partnership with Ferrari (review of the Hublot Big Bang Ferrari here, for example) who, in all likelihood, must have enjoyed the idea of working with a partner actually interested in dedicating separate, well-developed, versatile collections to the prancing horse, as opposed to just name-dropping Ferrari.

If you’re a long-time watch enthusiast, you are at this point more than familiar with the versatility as well as strict limitations of watch design. But when I first heard about the reliable Hublot fake watches, I did wonder what the process was like for Ferrari in understanding the spatial, technical, functional, and technological limitations (and possibilities!) that lie in watchmaking.

Both Hublot and Ferrari are adamant about Hublot copy watches with Swiss mechanical movements having been primarily designed by Ferrari. And as such, under the leadership of Ferrari Head of Design Flavio Manzoni, the Hublot Techframe Ferrari 70 Years Tourbillon Chronograph’s unlikely looks were wrapped around Hublot’s (ex-BNB Concept) tourbillon monopusher chronograph “engine.” We’ll work our way from the outside towards the innards of the Hublot Techframe.