Of course this presentation is not complete and of course it reflects my personal taste. Have a look at these good-looking replicas. Old or new? That´s the question!
Alpina “Heritage Pilot Chronograph Automatic”: Inspired by an Alpina aviation chronograph from the 1930s.
Audemars Piguet “Royal Oak Extra Thin”: A replica of the original Royal Oak presented in 1972
Cartier “Tank Louis Cartier”: First launched in 1922. Directly inspired by the first Tank watch that was created as a gift for General John Pershing.
Corum „Chargé d´Affaires“: The replica of the 1956 launched alarm wristwatch from Corum.
Glashütte Original “Sixties”: Inspired by the legendary “Spezimatic” of the 1970s.
Heuer “Monaco”: Looks almost like the original Monaco launched in 1975.
Jaeger-LeCoultre “Grande Reverso Ultra Thin Vintage 1931″: On the dial you just see the decent signature “Reverso”. Yes, that’s how the 1931 “Reverso” looked like.
Jaeger-LeCoultre “Memovox Tribute to Deep Sea”: It’s hard to realize the difference in-between this recently produced version and the “Deep Sea Alarm Automatic” from the 1950s.
Jaeger-LeCoultre “Memovox Polaris”: Once again: the new “Polaris” looks just like the one produced in 1966.
Longines “ Twenty-Four Hours”: A replica of the legendary pilots watch with a 24-hour-dial produced for the Swissair navigators in the years 1953-1956.
Longines “Legend Diver Watch”: It´s tough to distinguish the new Longines and the 1956 first produced divers watch.
Omega “Seamaster Bullhead”: The replica of the 1969 produced “Bullhead”. Like every other a stunning timepiece and it is still today.
Panerai “Radiomir California 3 Days”: The PAM 448 brought the legendary “Radiomir” from 1945 back on our wrists.
Rado “Diastar”: The “DiaStar” was presented in 1962, just five years after Rado was founded. This is its replica.
Tissot “Heritage Navigator”: The design of this edition presented for 160th anniversary of the brand relies on a design from 1945.
Tudor “Heritage Chrono Blue”: A wonderful replica! In 1973 this Tudor was named: “Oyster Date Chronograph Monte Carlo”.
Vacheron Constantin “1972 Prestige”: A quite particular, asymmetrical timepiece in 1972 and also today.
Vulcain “Cricket Nautical”: The limited re-edition of this alarm-divers-wristwatch looks like the original Vulcain first shown in 1969.
Zenith “El Primero Striking 10th”: The watch reflects the typical look of the year 1969 with the three different colored counters on the dial.
You liked them? In your opinion which actual replicas are missing ? Please let me know and if I have the pictures in my archives I will add your favorites here one after the other …