Category: Vacheron Constantin

5 Major Trends Of Counterfeit Watches At Sihh 2017: Will Baselworld Follow Suit?

In January, the 27th edition of the Salon International de la Haute Horlogerie (SIHH) in Geneva welcomed not only a couple of new brands (Girard-Perregaux and Ulysse Nardin, plus five newcomers that were added to the Carré des Horlogers), but also the public. For the first time ever, SIHH opened its doors to end consumers [Continue]

The Best Travel Fake Watches Of 2017 For Men

From the classic Rolex of a well-heeled traveler to the all-time favourite G-Shock, we list the 10 travel best replica watches of the season to aid your nomadic. Whether you’re prepping for some deep-sea exploration or you’ve just won that Elon Musk Mars trip lottery, or even if you’re just hopping from business class to [Continue]

Swiss Watchmaker Vacheron Constantin Is Trying To Win Millennials By Selling $450 Automatic Replica Watches Online

As the Swiss best copy watches industry weathers a crisis, luxury brands are fighting for relevance online. The latest example is Swiss luxury watchmaker Vacheron Constantin, which agreed to sell a unique version of its Cornes de Vache 1955 through the watch enthusiast website and shop Hodinkee. The watch was a limited run of 36 [Continue]

Cheap Vacheron Constantin Wants You to Buy $450 Imitation Watches Online

Luxury replica timepiece maker Vacheron Constantin will start selling its new watches online for the first time in its 262-year history as the Richemont-owned brand seeks younger customers. The Geneva-based company designed a limited edition of 36 Cornes de Vache 1955 timepieces with New York-based watch news website Hodinkee — the first such collaboration for [Continue]

Six New Wrist Imitation Watches Pushing The Craft Forward

After years of uncertainty and dipping sales in the luxury imitation watches for sale industry, optimism appears to be running high again. The troubles faced by wristwatch brands—some triggered by smartwatches and wearables flooding consumer feeds—were due in no part to lack of innovation. From prestige brands to Kickstarter projects, exciting new pieces debuted last [Continue]