Fake Omega Seamaster PloProf
In 1970, long before independents such as MB&F and Urwerk were making mad-looking watches, Swiss made replica Omega was at it with the shamelessly bizarre PloProf dive watch. Short for plongeur professionnel, the name alludes to the fact that it was meant for serious divers – the case was hewn from a solid block of steel and perfect replica Omega’s engineers created a vacuum within that was said to be impenetrable to air for 1000 years (so likely outlasting the human race at this rate). With a big red button hanging off the side to unlock the bezel, the super clone watch was sufficiently eye-catching to attract style maven Gianni Agnelli. Re-launched in 2009, it can now be had in four versions. From £10,160.
Replica Omega Seamaster Diver 300M
Although 007 writer Ian Fleming was a Rolex man through and through, we all know Bond has worn an aaa quality replica Omega UK since Pierce Brosnan nailed Goldeneye in 1995. After he handed the Walther P99 to Daniel Craig for ‘Casino Royale’ in 2006, two cheap fake Omega Seamasters worn by Craig in the movie sold at auction, respectively for Sfr 70,800 (a 300M) and Sfr 250,250 (a Planet Ocean, complete with dried mud left-over from filming). But we reckon the best Seamaster Bond has ever been issued with is the 42mm, titanium 007 Edition created for No Time to Die. As the rumours continue to swirl about who will be the next Bond, we’re confident the latest Omega Seamasters fake for sale uk will help seal the deal. Which is when we mention Jonathan Bailey looks particularly good in one… £9,500.
Copy Omega Flightmaster
“It’s easy to produce a chronograph with a revolving bezel, and then call it a pilot’s watch – it’s not so easy to produce a functional chronograph specifically for the pilot.” That was the brag in Swiss movement replica Omega’s instruction book for the spectacular Flightmaster, more than 37,000 of which were produced between 1969 and 1973. The last Omega to feature a mechanical movement designed specifically for aviators, it could be had in two versions: one with orange hands for amateur pilots and frequent travellers; the other with cadmium-coated yellow hands that reacted with ultra-violet cockpit lights to make them glow in the dark. Either version is ultra-cool – but you’ll have to go vintage: for reasons no one knows, high quality fake Omega UK has yet to re-issue the fabulous ‘Flighty’. This gold one is rather beautiful too.