Top Quality Watch Insider Presents Eight New Watches for Summertime Fun Replica Clearance
What do Alpina, Blancpain, Breitling, Longines, Omega, Oris, Rolex and Tudor have in common? Of course, they’re all hoping to conquer the very limited and therefore precious space on your wrist, but they also have all released watches this year that are ideal for sun, fun, and watersport. Scroll down to see my selections for summertime watches.
Alpina Seastrong Diver 300 Chronograph BigDate
A 44-mm steel chronograph, water-resistant to 300 meters and equipped with a Ronda quartz caliber with big date indication ($1,295).
Blancpain Ocean Commitment Bathyscaphe Chronographe Flyback
43.6-mm titanium case, water-resistant to 300 meters, equipped with Blancpain’s in-house caliber F385 ($20,200; click here for a review of this watch)
Breitling Superocean II 44 mm
The dial color is “mariner blue.” The 44-mm steel case is water-resistant to 1,000 meters and the watch is equipped with a COSC chronometer-certified ETA 2824-2 caliber. If this size is too big for you, the watch is also available in a 42-mm version (prices start at $3,650 for rubber-strap model; click here for more info on the Superoceran II collection and here for a review).
Longines Heritage Diver 1967
A replica of a 1967 Longines timepiece, it looks like the original one, but everything is simply done better in this modern version. Water-resistant to 300 meters, the watch is equipped with an ETA A08.L01 chronograph caliber; prices start at $3,100.
Omega Seamaster Diver 300m ‘ETNZ’ Chrono
For the renewal of its partnership with the Emirates Team New Zealand in the America’s Cup,Omega Seamaster 300m Quartz Retail Price Replica launched this chronograph, with a 44-mm titanium case and 300-meter water resistance. The watch is equipped with the Omega co-axial caliber 3330 (6,500 CHF; click here for a review).
Oris Divers Sixty-Five
For much less money, the latest TAG Heuer Aquaracers arrive in similar colours and sizes (41mm), 300M water resistance, ceramic bezel, plus a sporty, modern design appearing in the exact same era as theOmega Seamaster 300m 42mm Replica Seamaster Diver 300M. It sure is interesting to see how there’s a $2,000 delta here, both above and under the $4k cost of the Seamaster, even though none can represent a perfect analog.The Tissot Seastar 1000 Powermatic 80 gives you an identical set of specs, modern vibe (notice the skeletonized hands), and a great deal of value for considerably less cash at US$995 on a steel bracelet (or $20 less on a ring). Its Powermatic 80 is an ETA CO7.111 movement, which in turn is an ETA 2824, we believe, modified to provide 80 hours of power book with a 3Hz frequency.Finally, there is, of course, that the Rolex Oyster Perpetual (hands-on article here, and you can find the URL to the Cost of Entry article above) that is Rolex’s entry-level piece at $5,700 for your 39mm version. While this Cost of Entry series may also be useful for aspirational consumers mainly interested in the prestige of a name, I believe that a great deal of insight about a watch brand could be obtained by inspecting its basic or affordable product. This exercise really concretely establishes a numeric baseline for your brand’s price range and just what you buy for that cost – and how I see it, which sets a context for the entire brand. Any brand’s entry-level piece ought to at least reflect the manufacturer’s values and quality standards, or even also its representative design DNA. In Omega’s case, their entry-level offerings score very high in all those respects.
A replica of a 1965 divers’ watch from Oris. Today, this 40-mm steel watch is water-resistant to 100 meters and equipped with a Sellita SW200-1 caliber ($1,650).
Rolex Yacht-Master 40
A 40-mm Everose-gold watch with a black ceramic bezel, water-resistant to 100 meters, equipped with a high-tech rubber strap and Rolex caliber 3135. The Yacht-Master 37 will be priced at $22,000; the Yacht-Master 40, at $24,950. Click here to read WatchTime’s report on the watch from Baselworld 2015.
Tudor Pelagos Black
This new dive watch from Tudor, in a 42-mm titanium case water-resistant to 500 meters, is equipped with the brand’s new in-house Caliber MT5612. The watch comes with a rubber and titanium strap ($4,400).