Watches and sport have shared strong links with one another for decades. We’re talking Hublot and football, TAG Heuer and motor racing and Omega and the Olympics. These sporting sponsorships mean you’ll catch a host of athletes with an array of different luxury replica watches on their wrists. However, sponsorship or not, there’s one brand that has captured the hearts of many sporting legends below—you guessed it, the almighty 1:1 fake Rolex UK is at it again!
‘The Gypsy King’ and boxing Heavyweight Champion of the World, Tyson Fury, isn’t one to shy away from garish designs and some fun—after all, he ends each victorious fight with a rendition of Don McLean’s ‘American Pie’. In a recent interview with GQ, Fury declared his 18k Everose gold AAA replica Rolex Day-Date 40—reference 228235—as one of the ten things he can’t live without. And looking at this beauty we can see why!
Federer has sported a mix of Swiss made Rolex replica watches throughout his career, during which he’s enjoyed one of the longest running relationships between a tennis pro and a watch brand. Of all the watches Federer has worn, the most notable is the high quality fake Rolex Oyster Perpetual Datejust II he wore at the 2009 Wimbledon trophy ceremony where he broke Peter Sampras’ all-time Grand Slam wins.
One of Formula One’s greatest ever drivers, Lewis Hamilton is a style icon in his own right—he even protested the F1’s recent jewellery ban by purposely rocking stacks of his finest jewels at one of its press conferences. “Hamilton’s top super clone Rolex of choice?”, I hear you ask. Well, following in the footsteps of fellow race car drivers past and present, he’s opted for a Swiss movement fake Rolex Daytona in a striking Everose gold.