A 1953 Fake Omega ‘Broad Arrow’ Military Reference 2777-1, A 1960s Replica Longines Chronograph Reference 6595 In Rose Gold, And A 1979 Cheap Replica Rolex Datejust Reference 16018 With Lapis Lazuli Dial

We are starting February off with a bang to get you through the back-end of winter. We have a diverse selection of watches, as usual, with brands like Rolex, Omega, Juvenia, Longines, and Wittnauer all represented, and styles ranging from your cool rough-and-tumble tool watches to classic gold watches with bright stone dials (and full gold bracelets). Read on to see the full selection.

1953 Omega ‘Broad Arrow’ Military Reference 2777-1

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The Omega “Broad Arrow” Military reference 2777-1 is a highly sought after vintage tool watch. Produced in the 1950s after WWII to replace the watches previously issued to British soldiers, the CK2777 was a huge success with its chronometer-certified movement and anti-magnetic capabilities. It also looks really good on the wrist at 37mm. You can read more about it here.Replica Omega Watches Online.

1960s Longines Chronograph Reference 6595 In Rose Gold

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There is something that is just so beautiful about a vintage Longines chronograph, and this example takes things a step further with its rose gold case. Powered by the reliable and celebrated caliber 30CH, a well-regarded chronograph movement with flyback function. The dial also has three colors of printing, with black for the main markings, blue for the tachymeter scale, and red for the telemeter scale. You can read more about this stunning piece here.

1979 Rolex Datejust Reference 16018 With Lapis Lazuli Dial

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If you visit the Discountrolexstore Shop UK every week, you are likely familiar with the vintage Rolex Datejust and its countless variations. This week we are excited to bring you a gorgeous cheap fake Rolex Datejust in yellow gold with a Lapis Lazuli dial too. This isn’t one you see too often, since these solid stone dials were made in relatively limited numbers. It’s the same watch that we know and love, with just a little extra glitz. You can read more about it here.

Wait, There’s More

In addition to the three watches highlighted above, we also have a 1940s Rolex chronometer reference 3737 with its box, a 1950s Juvenia Arithmo in stainless steel, a 1960s Omega dress watch in stainless steel, a 1960s Wittnauer Professional Chronograph reference 6002/5, a 1970s Omega Seasmaster 200 “Banana” reference 166.068, and a 1967 Rolex two-tone Datejust reference 1601 with box and papers.

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