1:1 Perfect Quality Fake Watches (Other Than The Omega Speedmaster) That Went To Space

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Among watch enthusiasts, collectors, and just about everyone in between, the below photo of Buzz Aldrin photo inside the lunar module, wearing his best US replica Omega Speedmaster watches (Ref. 105.012), during the lunar landing mission has perhaps become as iconic as the timepiece featured.

On July 21st, the NASA-approved Speedmaster became “the first watch worn on the Moon,” or simply the “Moonwatch” (more detail on this here, here and here ), but the famous chronograph was neither the first AAA top fake watches in space, nor the last one that traveled to the only place in our solar system, other than Earth, where humans have visited. Here are history-making timepieces that also played a significant role in conquering the infinite vastness of space:

Replica Breitling Navitimer Ref. 809 Watches

The 125th anniversary edition of the Swiss wholesale replica Breitling Navitimer Cosmonaute watches (2009).

One of the original seven astronauts to orbit the Earth three times in the Aurora 7 spacecraft, American astronaut Scott Carpenter launched into space on May 24, 1962, making him the second American in orbit. He wore modified cheap Breitling Navitimer copy watches (Ref. 809) made of stainless steel on his wrist that featured a Venus 178 hand-wound caliber, specially converted for Breitling. Fifty years later, Breitling launched a limited edition of that watch, which had become known as the Navitimer Cosmonaute. Like the Breitling replica watches for sale from 1962, it had a 24-hour display, a slide rule bezel, and a manual-winding movement.

Fake Rolex GMT-Master Watches

While the Speedmaster was the official watch issued by NASA, some astronauts brought their own watches along: During the Apollo missions, the luxury replica Rolex GMT-Master watches was worn by astronauts such as Alan Shepherd, Dr. Edgar Mitchell, and Eugene Cernan. NASA Apollo 17 astronaut Ronald Evans brought this model with him on the last crewed moon mission in 1972. While the design has changed very little over the last 60 years, the latest reissue of the “Pepsi” Rolex GMT-Master II super clone watches shop site is the reincarnation of the classic in its original form. Rolex has improved the technology within and provides even greater value with a longer power reserve.