After months of deliberation, weighing up all the options out there that would suit my budget, I finally came to a conclusion. I wanted an cheap fake Omega Seamaster Professional 300 (188.8.131.52.03.001). Now, you might be wondering. If that’s the watch you wanted, how and why did you end up with a Swiss replica Omega Speedmaster? Well, so far we’ve been asking pretty valid questions that I look forward to answering with equally valid answers ( I hope). But for now, allow me to rewind back to January of this year. It’s only ten months back, but it feels like a lifetime ago.
As I mentioned before, I had been thinking about biting the bullet and buying myself an best 1:1 fake Omega SMP 300. However, after speaking to a number of people who criticized the SMP as being slightly too big and thick (arguments that didn’t hold up when I finally got to see the copy watch months later) I started to have my doubts.
Listening to Episode 136 of The Great NATO podcast was the final straw. In this episode, Jason Heaton made a point about the AAA quality replica Omega Speedmaster being an unmistakable classic. Someone looking at this pre-moon 145.012 from across the aisle on an airplane, wearing the new 3861 Moonwatch would recognize it as a Speedy regardless of the age gap of the two luxury fake watches. It was this timelessness that appealed to me so strongly that it lead me to change my mind about the SMP.
I couldn’t know how that particular Swiss made replica Omega would age. Looking at the 1990’s Bond Seamaster, I see an old watch from an older generation of the lineup. It still looks great, but it’s clearly of another time.
This is not the case with Omega replica for sale UK. Sure, there are subtle differences that matter, but the overall look has remained true to its roots. For a first luxury copy watches, this was clearly the way to go. It had to be something that I could look at on my wrist ten, twenty, thirty years from now, and still absolutely love. This is how it began. I caught the wholesale fake Omega Speedmaster bug.