I am not here to tell you how or why certain Limited Edition Swiss fake Omega Speedmaster prices have seen triple-digit growth in recent years – for instance $20,000 TinTins. Or $50,000+ Silver Snoopy examples, even though the most recent edition retailed for under 10 grand. Your guess is as good as mine.
I can tell you, however, that I probably feel the same way you do: That current prices make me wonder how on earth the hobby I’ve loved for the past decade and a half ended up like this.
In The Stratosphere: Fake Omega Snoopy Speedmaster (318.104.22.168.04.003)
When I was chatting with James Lamdin of Analog/Shift about all things best 1:1 replica watches, he made an acute observation: There’s a theme that’s tying together many of the Speedmasters fetching big numbers around $50,000. He says, “they’re all irreverent and fun. Maybe even cartoonish. The less serious ones are the ones that pop.” And he’s right. The Snoopy is the best example of that. In the modern AAA quality fake Omega Speedmaster scene, it’s a limited edition emblazoned with a child’s cartoon that’s fetching the biggest bucks. I can’t explain it, either. And yes, I’m very aware of what NASA’s Silver Snoopy award means.
On The Launch Pad: Replica Omega Speedmaster Professional Galaxy Express (3571.50.00)
From the front, this limited edition Omega Speedmaster replica watches Paypal looks just like a standard model, but flip it over and you’ve got your cartoon character right there on the caseback. It’s a depiction of Maetel, a supporting character in Japanese manga Galaxy Express 999. There’s something neat about the stealthiness of a limited edition fake Omega for sale that presents as a standard edition. There are 1,999 of these in the world, whereas there are 1,970 of the Silver Snoopy edition. So roughly the same level of rarity, but not nearly as well known.