The perfect replica Rolex Air-King developed in the 1940s as a (loosely) aviation-inspired subsection of the Rolex collection would quickly turn into the quintessential everyday Rolex, full stop. The 34mm case sizing (that wears closer to 35mm), and the no-nonsense dials with attractive 1:1 fake Rolex Air-King branding have made this particular line the most under-the-radar that the Crown offers.
It has since been completely supplanted by the Oyster Perpetual range but it’s important to remember the place that the aaa quality replica Rolex Air-King occupied in the watch world.
And today’s example from the 1990s with its simple silver dial, and utilitarian engine-turned bezel represents the tool watch aesthetic of the top quality replica Rolex Air-King in its fullest form. Taking things another step further is the fact that this is a Swiss movement replica Rolex Precision, meaning that it doesn’t have a chronometer-grade movement inside.
It’s choices like these that speak to high quality fake Rolex‘s decision to reserve some models as pure workhorses –watches meant to be worn. There is a certain charm to this particular Air-King that you just don’t see anymore.
With Bob’s Watches’ recent sale featuring a vintage 1:1 replica Rolex GMT-Master 1675, the company has inaugurated its very own online auctioning platform.
The world of luxury copy watch auctions has long been dominated by esteemed auction houses such as Christie’s, Sotheby’s, and Phillips, which traditionally require a buyer’s premium of at least 10%. Often, that amount is enough to purchase a luxury timepiece. With Bob’s Watches’ latest platform, the company is changing the game by omitting the buyer’s premium, which makes the idea of being able to afford a wristwatch from perfect fake Rolex seem much more feasible.
Back in November, Bob’s Watches put up a vintage aaa quality replica Rolex GMT-Master 1675 for sale via its auctioning platform. While the model wasn’t the most rare or in-demand Swiss movement fake Rolex reference on the market, it came with an interesting story as it originally belonged to a co-pilot Apollo 14 recovery mission. Originally estimated to fetch between $15,000 to $30,000 USD, the high quality fake watch was sold to a bidder from Texas with a winning bid of $25,900 USD.
According to a spokesperson from Bob’s Watches, “Since launching the platform, we’ve run many auctions with tremendous success. We’ve seen some successful hammer prices for rare vintage high quality fake Rolexes.” They also noted that “By making the auction process more accessible, transparent and affordable, we’re bringing more of these amazing top quality replica watches onto the wrists of passionate watch lovers. And that’s what it’s all about.” Visit Bob’s Watches for information and updates on new auctions.