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Bring a Loupe a fake Patek Philippe

Things are sophisticated this week,beginning with the perpetual calendar, which is represented here by a yellow gold Patek Philippe replica. You will find some chronographs with very unusual features as well, consisting of a LeCoultre with a rotating slide rule bezel and an Orvis Solunagraph with a tide indicator.
Fake Patek Philipp with Perpetual Calendar Complication
Patek Philippe replica is well-known for introducing the first series-produced perpetual calendar wristwatch, back in 1941. It depended on the automatic caliber 27-460, to which a perpetual calendar mechanism was fitted, becoming the caliber 27-460Q. It was eventually replaced by the reference 3450 in 1981, which added a leap year indication. Patek Philippe replica
The current watch is cased in yellow gold, as are the huge majority of the 586 3448s made. Its 37mm diameter makes it wear large on the wrist, and represent a radical design change from the previous, smaller perpetual calendar replica watches from Patek. The case shows signs of some light previous polishing, but the hallmarks are still visible, even though a bit faint (the clarity of the hallmarks is always a good thing to check when examining precious metal cases). The dial belongs to the third series produced from 1971 to 1978 and showed perle minute divisions, and a considerably large date ring. This time period is consistent with the Sigma symbols found at the bottom of the dial, while the extract from Patek’s archives provided with the watch, would allow us to narrow down the manufacturing date even more.
TAG Heuer Diver Professional Watch of the The ‘Nightdiver’
I have already shared my best favor with the (TAG) Heuer Diver Professional, and especially for the luminous dial version. So you would not be astonished to see the fake watch shown here, even though it has a much bigger diameter, at 41.5mm. Its crown placement at 4 o’clock is like that of the 1,000m water-resistant divers from Heuer, originally in quartz. With its automatic caliber 2.89 (a rebadged ETA movement) this watch was released later – in the late 1980s – and therefore only comes with the TAG Heuer signature.
The watch here comes with its original Jubilee strap, and the clasp offers a diver’s extension. The dial still shows some luminosity, and displays a bit of aging, but nothing too severe. The automatic caliber is said to be working well, but the rotating bezel does not have any deep scratches.