The Best Vintage Watches With Staying Power

Rolex GMT-Master II Coke Ref. 16710

Coke Vs Pepsi isn’t a choice for current consumers of the current Rolex GMT-Master II Replica. This black and red bezel combination has yet to make it to the modern age of ceramic bezels despite the popularity of its original production run from 1983-2007. The lume plots are no longer applied directly to the dial but rather housed in white gold, which adds depth to the dial and a high-end shine older GMT-Masters don’t have.

This Replica Watches Swiss Movement has a slight scuff on the white gold minute hand, but all of the tritium has started to patina to a beautiful cream color without any cracking, which takes 30 years of patience and luck to achieve. The aluminum bezel is in overall excellent shape for its age and it is starting to show some patina on the lower red half. The classic lug hole case is in great shape and so is the oyster bracelet.

Omega Speedmaster Broad Arrow 1957 Re-Edition Ref. 3594.50.00

Inside is the caliber 1861, a movement that was standard for Speedmasters in the late 1990s, and is a direct descendant of the Cheap Omega Replica original caliber 321. Having now been around long enough to have its own place in history, this 3594.50.00 is the perfect blend of rare vintage looks, a neo-vintage pedigree, and is as easy to repair and maintain as a new Speedmaster.

Cartier Santos Galbee Large Ref. W20018D6

The unusual part of this Cartier Santos Replica Watches Review is the blue printing on the dial. Nearly all the Santos Galbees made were done so with traditional black printing. The in-house Caliber 687 quartz keeps things accurate, and a few small scratches adorn the stainless-steel bezel, something to be expected from a watch born in 1999.

Breitling Navtimer Twin Sixty 2 Ref. A39022.1

At a hair under 42mm across, the Breitling Replica Watches case is actually smaller than many Navitimers without losing the slide-rule scale or any chronograph information. The chronograph has the traditional seconds hand, with a large minute hand right behind it for easy elapsed minute reading. The sub-dial at six also has two hands, one for the hours and another minute counter.

These two different elapsed minute counters are the reason for the Twin Sixty name. The dials at three and nine are running seconds and a 24-hour clock, respectively. The oversized hour markers stand out for much easier reading than any watch this full of information has any right to be.