The Fake Longines Record Australian Limited Edition is a triple threat of pearl dial, diamonds and on-trend oversized case

Despite being an important pillar of the brand today, the cheap fake Longines Record is sometimes overlooked by the collector community. In its most refined form, the Record Collection represents the clean classicism that is so beautifully embodied by the brand, and offers a breadth of watches tailored for everyday wear. This year Longines replica have continued to develop what the Record Collection can be, with the Longines Record Australian Limited Edition adding a luxurious twist to what is on offer.


Offering the simple, yet elegantly designed profile of the 38.5mm steel case, the bezel is set with 52 internally flawless VVS diamonds weighing a combined 0.624 carats. A further 13 diamonds are set as hour markers into the single piece of white mother-of-pearl dial. Simple, luxurious and tastefully considered.
Powering the new blue hands fake Longines Record Australian Limited Edition is the Longines caliber L888.4, a COSC certified chronometer that offers an impressive 62 hours of power reserve. It is visible through the sapphire caseback that also records the limited edition number that your watch is in the series.
Another exciting feature of this quietly gem-set Longines is the strap options that the watch arrives with. After receiving it, you will find the three different alligator leather straps, dyed purple, white, and black, all of which are secured with a double folding clasp for comfort and security. All of these straps can be swapped without the use of tools, thanks to Longines’ simple adjustment mechanism that can be found at the rear of the lugs.
Price and availability:
The diamonds bezel copy Longines Record Australian Limited Edition has an Australian RRP of $6995 and is limited to 35 pieces. For more details, visit Longines right here.

The New Best Replica Oris Calibre 400, Developed In-House for Power and Longevity

Oris replica unveils its new Calibre 400, a powerful automatic movement with a five-day power reserve and an impressive 10-year warranty. The mandates were for a high-performance and anti-magnetic movement to keep pace with consumers’ lifestyles for longer periods of time. Heralded as the “new standard” in automatic movements by Rolf Studer, Oris’s Co-CEO, the movement promises to deliver.


MORE POWER TO THE PEOPLE
You could say that cheap replica Oris is on a roll this 2020. Renowned for its compelling portfolio of affordable dive and sports watches made for everyday wear and tear, the brand has been firing new products in rapid succession this year. What few of us anticipated was the launch of a new movement. However, like all things at Oris, the credo, “things must make sense” underscores the brand’s pragmatic approach to production. Entry-level models are fitted with third-party movements, while higher-end models run on the brand’s Calibre 110, an automatic movement conceived in-house by Oris and introduced in 2014 with a whopping 10-day power reserve.
The latest Oris Calibre 400, with its 5-day power reserve, will no doubt be assigned to the brand’s mid-range models. It is, like Calibre 110, a proprietary manufacture movement meaning that although it was developed entirely in-house by COO Beat Fischli and his team, it is produced by a network of suppliers with state-of-the-art industrial techniques. And given its sturdy credentials, it will be a very welcome addition indeed.

5-DAY POWER RESERVE
One of the directives formulated by Beat Fischli and his team was to boost the power reserve. As Fischili points out: “Power reserves have improved in modern mechanical watchmaking. Three days has become normal, but we wanted to do better.” To extend the autonomy of the watch, Calibre 400 is equipped with twin barrels, each with an extended mainspring capable of storing two-and-a-half days of power.
The AAA quality replica Oris also revisited the oscillating mass (or rotor) that generates the power for the mainsprings. Conventional rotors sit on a ball-bearing system and swing in both directions. Fischli’s team devised a more reliable system based on a low-friction, slide-bearing system that only winds in one direction, which in turn is less complex and reduces wear and tear over the long run.
10-YEAR WARRANTY
Oris backs its new Calibre 400 with a 10-year warranty and 10-year recommended service intervals, two-fold that offered by many other reputed watch brands.
Any guesses as to which Swiss automatic movement copy Oris watch will be the proud bearer of the new Calibre 400? We’ll certainly know the answer soon.