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Halloween’s long gone, and Thanksgiving is a speed bump in the express lane to inevitability; holiday season is here. But if luxury replica watches are on your radar, they should be on your holiday wish list, too. And offers a leading collection of Breitling sports replica watch options to upstage anything from the North Pole.

While Grenchen, Switzerland’s Breitling SA is best known for its links to aviation, the family-owned firm offers options to suit fans of air, land, and sea-based pursuits. Nevertheless, aviators and armchair aviators earn pole position in any overview of contemporary Breitling.


And among Breitling’s flight-inspired models, the Chronomat 44 Frecce Tricolore is a standout. This limited edition of 1,000 pieces combines rich historic overtones with late-model refinement. Launched in 2013 as a tribute to the Italian “Pattuglia Acrobatica Nazionale Frecce Tricolori” – essentially, Italy’s equivalent of the RAF Red Arrows or U.S. Air Force Thunderbirds – the Chronomat of the same name ties Breitling’s latest movement technology to its aviation roots.

Although the Navitimer is Breitling’s icon, the Chronomat has been the franchise since its 1983 re-launch. From the 1980s through the 1990s, the sales-king Chronomat led Breitling out of the Quartz Crisis and into a brand renaissance. The Breitling Replica Chronomat 44 Frecce Tricolore pays homage to the model’s legacy and long-running relationship with Italy’s signature squadron.


As a consultant to the development of the 1983 corporate-comeback model, the Frecce Tricolore flight unit receives pride of place on the dial of this tribute model. Rich red subdial hands ensure sharp contrast, and artful use of texture animates the sub-register faces. Sparing application of ecru-colored LumiNovia provides a subtle nod to the vintage 1940s Chronomat models that debuted this celebrated nameplate.

Inside the Frecce Tricolore’s 44mm stainless steel case, Breitling’s B01 manufacture automatic caliber keeps the beat. The crisp feel of the column-wheel pusher and 70-hour power reserve represent substantive upgrades from the pioneering 1980s original, but these measures merely headline a long list of mechanical refinements. As with all modern Breitling models, the Chronomat 44 Frecce Tricolor is a COSC certified Swiss Chronometer. The 500-meter water resistance, screw-down crown and pushers, and a unidirectional dive bezel ensure that this military “pilot’s tribute” is equally adept at amphibious operations.


By contrast, Breitling SuperOcean Chronograph M2000 rests resolutely at the aquatic end of Breitling’s Air-Land-Sea spectrum. Although equipped for extreme dive conditions that few users will confront, the split-seconds Chronograph M2000 packs a trademark feature that any chronograph owner will value: water-safe pushers. A Breitling exclusive, this magnetic actuation system fortifies the unique Superocean Chronograph M2000 against water intrusion down to its maximum rated depth.

With few exceptions, “dive chronograph” amounts to a contradiction in terms. Once submerged, a conventional chronograph – whether quartz or mechanical – is vulnerable to the water bypass that often occurs when a chronograph pusher is trigged while wet. Effectively, a chronograph becomes just another running timer once below the surface, and user interaction becomes a matter of mechanical jeopardy. Sure, certain manufacturers insist that their seals permit wet and submerged chronograph use – in theory.


But testing that theory on a conventionally sealed chronograph is the horological equivalent of the 8,000-RPM Ferrari clutch dump: best left to journalists and beater press models.

Breilting’s Superocean Chronograph M2000 sidesteps this risk by sidelining the mechanical interface between the pusher and the movement. A system of magnetic relays ensures that control of the movement never compromises the physical integrity of the case. So while the typical M2000 owner may never stop the clock after a descent to 2000 meters, one’s barbeque can be timed safely from the pool’s deep end during your 2015 holiday getaway. A thermo-compensated superquartz chronometer movement keeps the time independent of winter chill for those who prefer traditional holiday cheer… or ice hotels.


Between the extremes of sky and sea, the Breitling for Bentley line serves those with a need for speed on terra firma. Whether or not this holiday season brings a Bentley to your garage, you can take one for a ride with the Breitling for Bentley Supersports Light Body. With a 49mm titanium case and a unique radial chronograph display, the 1,000-piece limited edition Supersports Light Body captures the spirit of Bentley’s most intense high-performance models.

Breitling and Bentley are unapologetic about their appeal; too much is never enough. This polarizing approach to design and engineering finds its Swiss embodiment in the Supersports Light Body chronograph. Based on the historic case proportions and layout of the late 1960s “Big Navitimers,” the Supersports model converts the former aviator’s instrument into a driver’s companion for the 21st century. True to its name, the Light Body recasts the original steel case in brushed titanium, and the gunmetal grey imparts an upscale overtone to the model.


Excellent ergonomics are provided courtesy of the Light Body’s unique metal and a superb vulcanized rubber strap. The exotic metal case wears easily even on smaller wrists, and the supple strap frees this imposing chronograph from the mass of a bracelet. Nevertheless, a sturdy twin-trigger titanium clasp with a pushbutton sliding size adjuster keeps the Supersports secure.

A machined bi-directional bezel actuates a deluxe version of the traditional Navitimer circular slide rule; this one is calibrated in units applicable to motorsports rather than aviation. The dial offers a unique portrayal of elapsed chronograph time. Both traditional chronograph seconds and chronograph minutes are read from center-mounted hands. Flanking chronograph hour/minute mono-counter and constant seconds subdials overlap the central calibrations in a handsome homage to classic Bentley dashboard instruments.


The Breitling caliber 27B automatic chronograph movement provides chronometer-grade timekeeping within the 100-meter water resistant titanium shell. With a jump date, smooth bi-directional winding, and a hacking (stop) seconds function, this is a power plant worthy of the name “Bentley.”

With over fifty outstanding Breitling sports models in stock and more arriving daily, is the watch enthusiast’s headquarters for holiday selection and value. See our collection of Breitling replica watches and other top brands at

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Harry Winston Ocean Tourbillon Jumping Hour Replica Watches Hands-On


Harry Winston is one of the most dynamic watch makers today not only because of the sheer diversity of their aesthetic styles and movements, but also because of the vast divide between their most conservative and most wild replica watches. Today, I am going to look at something which is, remarkably, sort of in the middle, melding classic elegance with a unique-looking haute horology high-end movement. This is the Harry Winston Ocean Tourbillon Jumping Hour, and if the recently covered Harry Winston Opus 14 isn’t for you, then perhaps something like this out of the Ocean collection is more to your liking.


When the Swatch Group purchased Harry Winston Replica Watches, a lot of people speculated that wild high-end replica watches like this would start to be phased out in favor of more classic and straight-forward luxury replica watches focusing on diamonds and also women. Yes, diamonds continue to be a cornerstone of the Harry Winston brand, but under leadership from Nayla Hayek, Harry Winston does not seem to be abandoning its more exotic high-complication replica watches which continue to fit the brand nicely. With that said, if you want the Harry Winston Ocean Tourbillon Jumping Hour watch with diamonds – it is available (at least in the 18k white gold version). Yes, 58 baguette-cut diamonds (over 6 carats) line the bezel and lugs of the ref. OCEMTJ45WW002 version of this timepiece. The 18k white gold model without diamonds is ref. OCEMTJ45WW001, but right now, I am talking about the 18k rose gold version which is the reference OCEMTJ45RR001 that you see before you.


The watch begins with the Ocean-style case which has the brand’s distinctive “crown claw” and other case design elements. For this Ocean model, Harry Winston Replica set the case at 45mm wide with a nice combination of polished and brushed surfaces. Yes, it wears large, but that is sort of the point. I think the mixture of elegant and sporty lines is something that should appeal to a very broad spectrum of replica watches lovers seeing something distinct but also versatile. Perhaps, the Harry Winston Ocean collection is worth a closer look for many people?


Harry Winston included such an interesting dial and movement that I hope people take the time to appreciate the case. Mostly skeletonized and very exposed, the manually wound mechanical movement inside of the fake Harry Winston Ocean Tourbillon Jump Hour is the star of the show. Operating at 4Hz (28,800 bph), this modern movement has a long power reserve of 110 hours – which is really great. You can see the mainspring barrel on the left-side of the dial. Stuff like this makes it hard for me to accept lower frequency regulation systems in other tourbillon replica watches when offering a 4Hz (versus say 3Hz) tourbillon is really not that big of a deal.


One of the coolest parts of the tourbillon is the Harry Winston Shuriken logo (found on many of their watches) which doubles as a running second indicator being connected to the tourbillon. On the rear of the movement – which is nicely done, with a mixture of silver and black-colored elements – is a handy power reserve indicator (that I feel is a “must have” on high-end manually wound movements).


Moreover, I like the modern look of the movement that, in my opinion, offers a fresh look on a high-end mechanical movement that is contemporary as well as approachable. Reading the time is interesting, as well, because Harry Winston marries a traditional minute hand with a jumping hour indicator on a dedicated subdial at 12o’clock. A disc indicates the hours and “jumps” to the next full numeral position each time the hour changes. The one legibility issue with the fake watch is the rather small red arrow which acts as the minute hand. The full scale of minute markers as well as the five minute indicators is helpful, but reading the minutes takes a second to find the red arrow, meaning it requires more than a mere glance. Perhaps a small price to pay for something this interesting on the wrist?


An interesting part of the dial which indicates the time is the more traditional Harry Winston “HW” logo over the piece of black-colored sapphire crystal. It is designed to be invisible in some light, and visible in others. I think this move was intentional in order to make the dial a bit more visually interesting, forcing the wearer to move the dial around in the light in order to appreciate it – actually in a similar manner that people do when looking at diamonds as they sparkle and glisten in the light.


With a complicated design, the replica Harry Winston Ocean Tourbillon Jumping Hour is actually a very simple watch to live with given the relatively straight forward complications and its simplicity of use. Exotic high-end replica watches uk like this might have unique designs but are actually pretty decent when it comes to daily wear – and for that I am thankful each time I find replica watches of this type. Attached to the case is a fitted, tapering black alligator strap that completes the look. The three currently available versions of the Harry Winston Ocean Tourbillon Jumping Hour are part of a limited edition of 75 pieces each. Price in 18k white or rose gold is $217 and with diamonds in 18k white gold the price is $378.

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Grand Seiko Spring Drive Diver SBGA029 Replica Watches Hands-On


For those wanting a simple-looking but very special high-end dive watch, it is easy to recommend something like the Grand Seiko SBGA029 “Spring Drive Diver.” It goes without saying that most buyWatchesTop writers have much love for replica Seiko. Unlike m any other brands out there that put great efforts into wooing watch media, Seiko is relatively straightforward with how they handle the media. Sure, Seiko is polite, but their tactic is mostly to simply share with us what they are doing and hope that enough of us “get” them in a sufficient manner to echo their laurels and praise their competitive value.


Nevertheless, comparing Seiko to other brands is tough. This is where the “Japanese versus European” arguments start to come in, where watch lovers take one of two sides of the argument defending or complaining about the notion of spending a large sum of money on a luxury Japanese product. Pretty much everyone has positive things to say about Seiko, and particularly the much more high-end Grand Seiko models. With that said, not everyone is willing to buy one.

The point is that high-end Japanese replica watches exist in their own world, have their own values, and while they do most of the same stuff as European luxury replica watches, they don’t quite exist in the same little universe. It is hard to explain, and perhaps one of our audience members can put it into better words, but I truly feel like to be a well-rounded watch lover you need to have fondness for both high-end Japanese and European replica watches. How does this all relate to the Grand Seiko SBGA029 Spring Drive Diver?


It has to do with how I explain the watch. The Grand Seiko Spring Drive Diver SBGA029 is most certainly a high-end watch, and it is more watch than most people need, but is it a luxury product in the same ways that Swiss replica watches are? Is the Grand Seiko Spring Drive Diver SBGA029 the type of timepiece that can live right next to a Rolex Submariner, or is it a similar type of product that came to market with a totally different philosophy? I would personally argue for the latter.


You can probably sum up the Grand Seiko Spring Drive Diver collection (there are a few versions) as a super meticulously made tool watch. This is an ultimate tool watch. Not so much in being amazingly durable, but rather, in its intense attention to detail, finishing, and technology, all in a relatively simple and straight forward case. Seiko (especially) has a very serious relationship with high-end dive replica watches and the company produces no shortage of them each year. The Grand Seiko Spring Drive Diver SBGA029 isn’t even that new of a model, but it still shines as one of the most well-rounded luxury Japanese (or other) high-end sport replica watches around.


The reference SBGA029 version of the Grand Seiko Spring Drive Diver is the most simple, being offered with a black dial. Seiko also produced the SBGA031 version of this watch in titanium with gold-colored text on the dial, as well as the limited edition SBGA071, also in titanium but with a blue dial. Each comes in a 44.2mm-wide case that is 14mm wide and water-resistant to 200 meters.

This latter point is sort of amusing because despite the fact that the Grand Seiko Spring Drive Diver SBGA029 will satisfy the diving needs of most people, enthusiasts complain that Seiko should have made it water resistant to 300 meters. Seiko Replica Watches, of course, has its share of 300-meter and 1000-meter water resistant replica watches, but oddly, they keep some of these models “held back” a bit for reasons beyond most people’s comprehension. I will go so far as to say that I’d trust a Grand Seiko 200m diver in instances where I would not trust many other 300m divers from other brands.


While many Seiko dive replica watches attempt to have some type of unique personality through a design quirk or two, the Grand Seiko Spring Drive Diver SBGA029 is remarkably simple in its dial and case execution. There isn’t a saw-blade style-rotating bezel, no extra screws on the case, and no added implements to the dial in order to make it more “unique.” What you have is a rare instance of restrained simplicity in a luxury Japanese watch, similar to how Europeans to do.



As the Grand Seiko Spring Drive Diver SBGA029 is a few years old now, it lacks a few features that some more modern high-end dive replica watches have such as a ceramic bezel, and the deployant clasp is on the thicker side. Seiko uses their still-excellent ratcheting-style deployant clasp on a few models such as the Grand Seiko Quartz Diver replica watches. The deployant is comfortable and works well, but it uses a lot of stamped metal parts. Seiko makes an excellent case and dial, and while their bracelets are very good, brands like Rolex and Omega still beat them in terms of overall quality. Comfort might be a different story depending on the specific wrist we are talking about, but Seiko would have just that many more people convinced if they overhauled the construction methods used for their bracelets.


The bracelet is actually “Speedmaster-style” with a brushed three link layout with small polished interior sections. The case and bracelet have a lot of hand-done machine finishing and the overall look and feel is fantastic. Where Seiko really shines on Grand Seiko models (in addition to the movements) is the detailing and materials used for the dial. Seiko rarely screws up things like legibility and reflectivity, so looking at their dials is more often than not an extremely pleasant experience.


Just look at those large hour and minute hands with their rich amount of luminant and brushed metal surfaces that don’t sloppily reflect light. I always urge European watch makers to carefully study what Seiko does with its better dials and learn from them. There are polished elements to their dials such as the metal base of the applied hour markers, but they don’t cause blur coming from reflective light. That is because the surfaces are very flat thanks to diamond polishing.


The dial of the Grand Seiko Spring Drive Diver SBGA029 features the time, date, and power reserve indicator for the movement. The lume is silly how good it is, and again, I just think its dedication to quality and readability make the Grand Seiko Spring Drive Diver SBGA029 beautiful. At its core, you have a dial that is unmistakably a Seiko diver, but the Grand Seiko element to the product just ups the quality all around.


Inside the Grand Seiko Spring Drive Diver SBGA029 is the Seiko in-house-made caliber 9R65 Spring Drive movement. This is one of the first Spring Drive family movements ever released, I believe, and it is accurate to one second per day with three days of power reserve. If you don’t already know what Spring Drive is then I will simply explain that it is a special Seiko invention that combines the best of a mechanical movement with the accuracy of a quartz movement. That is because the 9R65 is powered by a traditional mainspring, but rather than using a traditional regulation system, it uses a quartz crystal regulator.

The unwinding of the mainspring feeds a system which constantly generates a small electrical current which feeds the quartz regulator. You also have the added benefit of a hand that not only sweeps, but it “glides” with the smoothness of spreading warm butter.


While Seiko designed the Grand Seiko Spring Drive Diver SBGA029 and its kin to be ultimate tool fake watches, the truth is that only enthusiasts are going to be buying items like this. Price for the watch is still near $160, and you can get a pretty darn good mechanical Seiko dive watch by knocking an entire “0” off of that price. As a watch lover, I am drawn to all the appeal and allure of the Grand Seiko Spring Drive Diver SBGA029 even if I know elements of its over-thought construction will be lost on most people. Seiko must also deal with the fact that while many people know the company, most don’t have the same association with “Seiko” as they do a brand name like “Rolex.” Thus, the guy who gets the Grand Seiko diver doesn’t buy it so much for status purposes as he does to live the lifestyle of owning something very good and ultimately not caring if only a few people he encounters can give it a solid thumbs up.


I can easily say that given its simplicity, dive-watch nature, and “Grand” status, this is among the Grand Seiko sport replica watches that I really want. Will there be future Grand Seiko dive watches? Sure. Will some of them be Grand Seiko Spring Drive divers? Yes. But for now, this one hits the sweet spot for me in a few ways, and I’ll continue to fawn over it accordingly. Price for the Grand Seiko Spring Drive Diver ref. SBGA029 is $157. The titanium SBGA031 model happens to be $170.

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