Craig Wright And His Swiss movement fake Omega Seamaster 300 SPECTRE Limited Edition For Craig, a native of Scotland, the top quality replica Omega Seamaster he bought in 2015 carries a lot of numerical significance in his life. Not only was it produced in the birth year of his son, the 7,007 pieces that were created of this limited edition watch coincide with his birthdate – July 7. At the time of recording this video, Craig was a few weeks away from having a brain tumor removed. The watch is a special piece he wants to pass on to his son, Jacob.
Update. An email from Craig on December 15, 2020: “The surgery was a major success, and they managed a complete removal of the tumor on June 8 and the biopsy results came back grade 2 astrocytoma, which in simple terms is non-cancerous, which is really good as well. Still in recovery but back at work on a part-time basis and no long-term side effects. Also, in between posting that video, my wife had our second little boy named Joshua Bond Wright (big James Bond fan, haha) born on October 20, so it’s been quite an eventful year.” Matt Krajewski And His 44 mm fake Breitling Superocean
Matt is an architect living in New York City. As a youngster, he would visit his father in Puerto Rico, and the memories of him wearing cheap fake Breitling watches left a lasting impression on Matt. His father, who is now in his 70s, recently purchased a Breitling Avenger with the same case size and color as Matt’s Superocean. Matt loves knowing that they’re not only bonded as father and son but as Breitling-wearers as well.
Better known as King Nerd, Johnny Dowell is an example of how far the fake watch industry has evolved when it comes to embracing change. An engraver by trade – he was an apprentice at James Purdey & Sons, the 205-year-old Mayfair gunsmith before working at Bamford Watch Department – Dowell has since taken the luxury goods industry by storm and his timepiece creations are now in high demand.
What I love most about watches … When I was younger I was obsessed with everything being brand new and untouched. I’m still the same now but not with watches at all! A new watch is cool and if I like a watch enough and want it new I still would buy it, but I have such a love also now for vintage fake watches. They don’t have to be a million years old, they could be only five years old, but I now love the idea that a watch has already had a life and experienced a journey or means something to a certain person when it’s passed down through a family. Other watches in my collection
I have a few but I was recently given a very old gold case replica Omega Seamaster from my mother-in-law which I wore on my wedding day. The watch has a nice story, it belonged to my mother-in-law’s father and he owned a sweet shop many, many years ago. A client he used to give stock to didn’t have the funds one week to pay him so the client gave her father his watch to hold on to until he returned the next week with the money he owed. But the client never returned, so her father wore that Seamaster for the rest of his life before leaving it to his daughter, my mother-in-law.
My favourite watches from 2020:
I’m going to pick the obvious first, which is the new 36 mm fake Rolex Oyster Perpetual. I have very small wrists, so this watch would suit my wrist, and I love the yellow-coloured dial as it’s a very similar yellow to the dial on my personal Omega Speedmaster reduced Schumacher edition.