If you are in New York, you are likely suffering from seasonal confusion. This rain has got us down and what better way to lighten the mood than with a great selection of vintage replica watches! This week we have a wide selection of watches that range from the conservative to the funky, from Rolex to Piaget, and from dressy to casual. Don’t worry, no matter your taste, we got you.
You may not equate Rolex with dress replica watches (with the exception of the modern Cellini), but back in the day they made some nice watches for fancier affairs. Dating back to 1955, this beauty features a well-made yellow gold case with beautiful detailing. The case is further complimented by a warm honeycomb dial, something that we particularly love, especially in a dress watch like this one. Add central seconds and a manually-wound movement, and you’ve got a killer watch. Read more about it here.
It’s not often you see vertical indexes, but that’s exactly what we have on this Vacheron Constantin dress replica watch. This reference 6394Q dates to the 1960s and features an 18k yellow gold case with screw-down caseback, but the coolest thing is the cross-hatch texture that covers the entirety of the case. The movement is the automatic K1072 with a non-offensive date display and center seconds hands. If you are looking for a dress watch with understated pizzaz, this is it. Read more here.
Looking for an underwater alarm watch? We thought so. Here is the Vulcain Cricket Nautic S23211A, the first ever alarm watch that works underwater. This function is not only incredibly cool, but was also helpful in saving lives. It allowed divers to be easily alerted when their oxygen was running low while at depth. On top of this really important aspect, the watch looks great as well with a 42mm stainless steel case and black dial with decompression tables. You can read more about it here.
That’s not all. We have a 1950s Cyma Time-O-Vox, a 1960s Eterna KonTiki Reference 130 T, a 1968 Rolex Oyster Perpetual ref. 1018, 1970s Piaget ref. 14501 with original papers, and a 1982 Rolex Datejust ref. 16000. You can view the full collection in the https://www.biao.org.uk.