Ok, let’s get something straight right off the bat — “affordable” is a relative term.
To many folks (and I include myself, here), “affordable” within the watch world conjures up images of a great Seiko for $500, or a killer Timex for under $200, or the G-SHOCK that got me through my military service that I purchased new for $80 at a bus station. But within the highfalutin world of Rolex, affordability is a concept whose lower reaches exceed the upper reaches of many folks’ watch budgets. (By the way, if you’re looking for killer dive replica watches for sale for under $1,000, here you go. You’re welcome.)
For example: a steel Explorer, considered by some to be an “entry-level” Rolex sport model, will set you back $7,200 at retail. A Rolex Submariner, perhaps the timepiece most often mentally conjured upon the very utterance of the word “watch,” will run you $8,950. (And that’s if you can find one at retail…which you probably can’t.)
So what is an “affordable” Rolex? For our purposes, we’re going to limit our Rolex price range to cheap Canada fake watches under $10,000 — which, we know, is a lot of casheesh. But all this being said, it is perfectly possible to nab a pre-owned or vintage Rollie for well under $10,000, and in many cases, for well under $5,000.
So whether you simply want to experience some offering from the Crown, whatever the model, or you’re the type of person who likes a good deal, we’re here for you. Read on to discover the most affordable 1:1 Rolex replica watches wholesale.
Affordable New Rolex Watches
Yes, yes, we get it — $6,000 perfect copy watches is not most peoples’ idea of an “affordable” timepiece. But everything is relative, baby.
Rolex Air-King Reference 126900 Replica Watches
The contemporary Swiss made fake Rolex Air-King watches is, ahem, not everyone’s cup of tea. That being said, it’s the latest execution of a model family with a rich history dating all the way back to the Second World War, when Rolex founder Hans Wilsdorf supposedly coined the name to honor the pilots who fought the Battle of Britain. Some (and I’m pointing to myself, here), feel that the vintage Air-King dials from the 1960s and 1970s were more attractive than the modern dashboard instrument-inspired model, but there’s no denying that the reference 126900 bears a unique look that sets it apart from most other top super clone watches in the modern Rolex catalog.
Movement: Rolex Calibre 3230 automatic
Water Resistance: 100m
Affordable Pre-Owned Rolex Watches
Ok, here’s where things get interesting. It’s anyone’s ballgame with respect to pricing on the pre-owned market, but in terms of affordability, there’s plenty on offer that won’t break the bank.
Fake Rolex Datejust 36mm 5-Digit Watches
Nothing says “I have arrived” quite like nice luxury replica Rolex Datejust watches. (Actually, that’s a lie — a solid-gold “President” says “I have arrived, and also, go f**k yourself.”) Though some of us can sadly recall the not-so-distant days during which vintage DJs were about $2,500 (not me, though, I wasn’t paying attention to DJs back then), these days you can still get yourself a neo-vintage model for around $6K or so. And we’re talking a really beautiful one, with maybe a nice “Buckley” or “linen” dial and a white gold fluted bezel. Take advantage of all the raging testosterone that leads the contemporary young man to believe he “can’t pull off anything under 40mm” to buy into one of the best 36mm fake watches online available for under $10,000.
Movement: Rolex Calibre 3135, 3035, etc. automatic
Water Resistance: 100m
Affordable Vintage Rolex Watches
Now we’re cooking with gas. If you’re ready to go vintage — and embrace the service-related pains that come with owning something decades old for which parts are scarce — you can get yourself a pretty sweet deal on Swiss movements Rolex replica watches, relatively speaking. May we interest you in a beautiful $4,000 Oyster Perpetual on a bracelet, perhaps?
Replica Rolex Datejust 36mm 1600/1601/1603 Watches
Remember those Rolex Datejust replica watches shop site we mentioned in the pre-owned category? Well, if you go back a generation to the 4-digit models of the 1960s and 1970s, you can squeeze a bit more value out of the DJ product family. The iconic 1601, for example, features a “pie-pan” dial, a COSC-certified automatic movement, a white gold, fluted bezel, and the famous date complication that turns over exactly at midnight, but the acrylic crystal and lack of a quick-set date mechanism mean that it’s firmly in vintage territory. So many DJs were manufactured that they’re plentiful on the secondary market, and if you look very, very carefully, you can still find a good one for under $5K.
Movement: Rolex Calibre 1560; 1570 automatic
Water Resistance: 100m