What perfect replica watches will be the star of Watches and Wonders 2023? The 70th-anniversary Submariner, perhaps? Could be. Could very well be. I have no clue what it will look like, though; maybe a brown dial with a light blue ceramic bezel? Or is that way too wild? On the other hand, a new Milgauss might be easier to foresee and make a mockup of.
Watches and Wonders 2023 predictions: Replica Rolex Milgauss 126400GV Watches
We pretty much did this one with our eyes closed. The current UK AAA fake Rolex Milgauss reference 116400GV watches is basically the same as the discontinued Air-King 116900 that debuted at Baselworld 2016. It’s cosmetically different, yes, but inside the identical 40mm steel cases beats the automatic caliber 3131. The recently updated Air-King 126900 uses the more advanced caliber 3230. The case is different too. Now it has crown guards befitting a professional tool watch.
The upcoming high quality Rolex Milgauss replica watches— let’s give it the reference number 126400GV, shall we? — will go the way of the most recent Air-King, so we will see the same 40mm case with crown guards and the caliber 3230 inside. The exact colors of the dial and sapphire crystal for the cheap copy watches are easy to predict as well. We expect to see the return of the white dial plus a black one with a green sapphire crystal over it. We just can’t get enough of that funky green crystal. It’s like in the 1975 Parliament song “Give Up the Funk (Tear the Roof off the Sucker)” that goes, “Oww, we want the funk, give up the funk / Oww, we need the funk, we gotta have the funk.”
Final predictions: Fake Vacheron Constantin Historiques 222 Watches in steel and steel and gold
Raise your hand if the Swiss made replica Vacheron Constantin Historiques 222 watches was your favorite watch of Watches and Wonders 2022. Well, you’re not alone. The rebirth of the 1977 original had many cheering. We feel it’s safe to say that last year’s 222, a 37 × 7.95mm yellow gold creation that stayed very, very close to the original design of Jörg Hysek, will get a successor in the shape of another 222 made of a different metal. Which metal? The original one came in steel, so why not steel? A historically correct two-tone version is also plausible. Yellow gold and steel do create the warm nostalgia that everybody is still craving.
A pink gold, platinum, or titanium case that encloses the caliber 2455/2 is more unlikely. But since the second luxury super clone watches of the reborn 222 will undoubtedly be another humongous success, all the alloys you can think of are on the way sooner or later.