Fake Omega Constellation “Manhattan” 368.1075
This “Manhattan” reference is actually also referred to as the second generation. It was a 1987 release in which perfect fake Omega moved the Roman numerals from the dial to the bezel. The claws also lost their initial function of pressing onto the crystal to aid in water resistance. This model has Swiss made copy Omega’s caliber 1111 inside, the predecessor of the 1120 (also based on the ETA 2892). Interestingly, this model has a sapphire case back, so you can look at the self-winding movement. It measures 36mm in diameter.
The bracelet on this luxury replica Omega UK is slightly different from the first-generation and later 1990s models. The small bars stick out a little bit, whereas the later models have a smoother design. This 1980s model is being offered by a dealer from Germany and priced at €2,090.
Replica Omega Constellation Day-Date 398.0869
From the same era as the AAA quality fake Omega Constellation above is this quartz-powered Day-Date model, reference 398.0869. With a diameter of only 33mm, it’s smaller than the automatic models above, but it still wears fairly well on a larger wrist due to the shape of the case and the integrated bracelet. According to the seller, it’s only 6mm thick, but we can’t confirm that. It’s definitely a thin super clone watch, though. The gold rims around the day and date sub-dials and hour markers bring some contrast to the white dial.
The bracelet is in the same style as the other second-generation models, and it has a folding clasp with a single-pushbutton release. As you can see above, it was possible to have half links to create a better fit on the wrist. This Swiss movement replica Omega UK was also briefly available (in the late 1980s and early 1990s) on a leather strap with a slightly different non-integrated case construction. This watch is on offer from a dealer in Poland with a price tag of €1,000.