We now move on to something on the other end of the spectrum. We leave a square, quartz-powered icon behind and move on to something a little older yet equally classic. I am, of course, referring to my 1961 1:1 fake Omega Seamaster ref. 14762, equipped with the caliber 562. With a 35mm stainless steel case, it’s certainly on the smaller side of things. However, thanks to the famous “beefy” lugs, it wears perfectly well on my 18cm (7″) wrist. I’m excited to continue to wear this Swiss made replica Omega UK. As opposed to my other dressier pieces, this one actually comes with a fantastic stainless steel beads-of-rice bracelet. This means that it has continued to be worn well into summer. Still, a change to leather is a most welcome one. And in true “go big or go home” fashion, I’ve kicked off the season with a Bund strap.
A generous gift from Fratello’s very own Balazs, I had been waiting for the perfect opportunity to wear it, and as soon as cooler days came about, I knew exactly which watch to put it on. Now, I’ve gone with this classic little perfect replica Omega Seamaster with a lovely bit of patina on its originally silver dial. Honestly, though, you really can’t go wrong with any of these classically-sized vintage pieces out there.
Those from cheap replica Omega sit at the €800–1,500 price point (with some wiggle room depending on condition, rarity, and materials). But I’ve recently noticed many brilliant options in the €300–700 price point from Doxa, Longines, and Zenith. Obviously, when buying vintage super clone watches, we always advise plenty of caution. Remember to check everything you can, ask as many questions as you have, try to see the Swiss movement fake Omega UK in person first, and buy the seller, not the watch!