Ryan Fitzgerald never thought he’d wear a Swiss made fake Rolex, let alone a Rolex on a NATO strap, while churning out ice cream at 1-900-ICE-CREAM, the Philadelphia company he founded that uses an e-commerce storefront and a flavor “drop” model to sling wild varieties of ice cream to Philadelphians, but here he is. “AAA replica Rolex UK was just too conservative for me and I didn’t really think it was going to be my thing,” he says. Then he discovered, as he says, the “Rolex fake for sale with an orange lightning bolt.”
He’s talking about his 1:1 fake Rolex Milgauss UK. It’s beat to hell and he wears it on a NATO that draws just as much attention as the watch itself – with its bright onomatopoeia or rainbow motif. Like most cheap copy Rolex purchases, the Milgauss marks a personal milestone in Fitzgerald’s career in the food and beverage industry.
“You can sum up my taste by saying that I like things that were overlooked, and I think this was one of those replica watches online. Total dog in its day. Didn’t sell particularly well and was discontinued. And that’s exactly why I like it,” Fitzgerald says of the Rolex Milgauss replica for men, the Rolex designed for nuclear engineers.
“When I was working in New York, it seemed like once you made a certain amount of money, you bought a Swiss movement fake Rolex to communicate something,” he says. “That’s not something I’m interested in.” So instead, he bought the most un-Rolex model, the white-dialed Milgauss.
He wears it on a variety of $7 dollar NATO straps that he bought online. Every day he’ll snag a new NATO from his collection of about a hundred, throw it on the top replica Rolex Milgauss, and get to work. He dips his hand into caustic dish fluid and bangs the watch on metro racks. And that’s exactly what he had in mind when he bought it. When he closed down Boku Supper Club and pivoted to 1-900-ICE-CREAM, he finally bought the watch as a reminder of all the time he’d put into growing and building the business. Now it’s along for the ride as the ice cream business turns from a small operation into a phenomenon.