Count on John Mayer to always find the obscure, outrageous replica watch that seems tailor-made for him. For the better part of the year, this salmon-dial perpetual calendar was hiding out, secretly tucked away in Japan as an exclusive release that not even the U.S.-based AP team was familiar with, according to the site. But late last summer, when a second batch became available stateside, Mayer immediately became a customer. It was a natural fit: after all, our officially designated WWMIC (Watch World’s Most Influential Collector) already has an abiding love for mystical hard-to-buy fashion from Japan and maintains a storage unit to hold all his Visvim.
Even were it not emerging from some hiding place in Japan, this luxury fake Audemars Piguet UK would probably make Mayer woozy with desire. Mayer has been really leaning into his Audemars Piguet pieces. He recently wore the new “Music Edition” Audemars Piguet Royal Oak replica for sale that uses an array of sapphires to mimic the look of an audio equalizer on the dial. A hilariously on-the-nose choice for Mayer. But there is something watch collectors find irresistible about salmon-colored dials. The fishy hue is a favorite shade for special-editions by lots of brands, whether you’re super clone Patek Philippe selling the most expensive wristwatch in history or Zenith in its recent link-up with Hodinkee. Rack up another winner for Mayer.
Daniel Kaluuya‘s Fake Audemars Piguet Royal Oak
The most heated competition in the world right now is the one going on between the Bullet Train and NOPE red carpet walkers. What we’re seeing is a fit battle of such massive proportion, and featuring such A-list talent, that it feels like the Russo brothers must be involved somehow. Putting up a point for his team is Daniel Kaluuya, who wore one of the extra-special perfect replica Audemars Piguet Royal Oaks AP put out for the watch’s 50th anniversary.