Today’s Pre-Owned Picks selects chronographs worth a punt on the largest online watch marketplace. All replica watches are offered with original box and papers.
All these luxury fake watches were selected carefully by me without any influence from Chrono24. I chose the topic and found suitable wristwatches that related to the topic. I only request the high-resolution photos from Chrono24 without the watermark. As these are only my suggestions, it is worth always carrying out your research on the watch details and the seller. Ask as many relevant questions you feel are necessary for the watch, and a good seller should answer with accuracy and honesty.
AAA Quality Jaeger-LeCoultre Master Control Chronograph ref. Q1538530 Replica
The 40 mm fake Jaeger-LeCoultre Master Control Chronograph from JLC is a two-register chronograph with timing seconds, minutes, and hours. Noticeably absent is the running seconds, but more admirably is omitting the date window. This offers an incredibly symmetrical and balanced dial design with only one erroneous feature, the text “Automatique” above 6 o’clock. However, this gently balances the Jaeger-LeCoultre logo below 12 o’clock without filling too much blank space. Commendable compared to my Rolex Daytona and its long lines of text filling all possible dial space.
Running the circumference of the dial is the almost hidden tachymeter scale with a blue typeface matching the sub-dial numerals. The skeletonised blued steel hands included in the entire Master Control range offer unimpeded legibility in the chronograph model. Allowing the wearer to view the sub-registers through the hands as they cross over. Despite this, the dial and hands do not have any luminosity, so the watch is only visible with a light source.
The dial also features a variety of textures such as; the eggshell silvered inner dial, a brushed steel outer dial with the hour indices including 12 and 6 and circular graining in the sub-registers. These contrasting textures add depth and interest to the dial as well as serving as a distinguishing characteristic further improving legibility. The in-house automatic chronograph movement is unfortunately non-viewable through the solid steel case-back.
The Swiss movement copy Jaeger-LeCoultre is the only model in the Master Control range that doesn’t have a sapphire display case-back. However, the culprit lies with the anti-magnetic protection covering the movement and thus removing the ability to view the mechanism. Although, the attractive JLC logo engraved on the case-back does partly make up for it. An in-house automatic chronograph movement with a 40mm steel case and a two-tone sector dial from top tier manufacture was €8,300 at retail. The example I have found on Chrono24 comes in at €6,999.