If I’d ask you to think of a Patek Philippe replica, which one would that be? What about if I asked you to tell me which is the best Patek Philippe replica? I hope you don’t mind if I take a wild guess here and say that the answer for both these questions is one and the same – the Patek Philippe Nautilus replica. I think of the same watch too, but despite that, I’m going to show you guys another one today, one which, from my point of view, is equally impressing, if not even more so.
I bet a lot of you thought I’m going to show off a Patek Philippe Calatrava replica or something like that, but you’d be wrong, isn’t it? Now, the question is, why this Patek Philippe replica? What makes it so special and even more important, how can it be more impressing than a replica Patek Philippe Nautilus, which is by far the most popular?
I’ll take it even further a notch – I guess we can all agree that the Nautilus is the best Patek Philippe replica. Being so popular, it’s a best-seller and factories got to a point where they come up with gradually better versions, some of the latest releases being scary good, as a genuine watch dealer said one time. However, that’s not the topic here. Be it the best or not, it’s a relatively simple design and the movement is just your basic movement, without any complications. I say without any complications because the date display has become almost a standard.
This Grand Complications replica on the other hand, has a lot of them. And what makes this Patek truly impressing is that all of them work, just check the video and see for yourself. So, you’ve got a moonphase, which is one of the coolest and at the same time one of the most useless features a watch can have. Don’t get me wrong, I like it a lot, but just saying, I’m not into sailing or witchcraft for that matter so I don’t get to use it too often, maybe except tell my girlfriend ‘you better watch out, we got a full moon tonight’.
Besides the moonphase complication, the subdial at 6 o’clock also displays time in a 24 hour format, you can see the numbers around the edges of the subdial. The subdial at 3 o’clock shows you the date of the month and the what week it is (that’s why it’s split into 4). The 9 o’clock subdial indicates the day (Monday – Sunday) and right above ‘Patek Philippe’, you’ve got two windows, from left to right showing the year and the month.
Pretty impressing for a Japanese movement, wouldn’t you say? Here’s a glimpse of it, through the clear caseback.
Can you see why I called this baby a truly impressing Patek Philippe replica? I hope so. Now, if you’re wondering what’s the reference number/ the watch it copies well… it doesn’t copy an exact watch, let’s call it an original design. But still, that doesn’t make it any less impressing. There are so many Pateks out there, from vintage to modern that it’s virtually impossible to keep track of them all. Besides, it looks so good that if you have the proper image for it, I guarantee no one will even question its authenticity. A friend of mine got the same model but in rose gold with a light blue dial and long story short, a Patek dealer spotted it to be a fake and told him that in a nice manner, but was genuinely impressed of its looks and capabilities.
Conclusions On This Patek Philippe Replica
As I told you in my not too long ago written Patek Philippe Nautilus replica review, and in just about every review on my replica review blog here, don’t dwell too much on minor discrepancies. I think too many people go too far with their obsession over perfect replica watches, forgetting what they are ultimately dealing with, and that is exactly that – replica watches. Like it is the case with the Patek Philippe replica I just showed you, all it matters is you like it, after all, you’re the one who wears it and you’re the one who paid for it.