BF Factory Audemars Piguet Royal Oak Replica Watches

High quality BF Factory Audemars Piguet Royal Oak Replica Watches  For Sale

Ref: 15400
Mens Audemars Piguet Royal Oak Watch
Automatic movement very stable and working smoothly
Sapphire crystal
Super Luminous hour Markers and Hands
Band: Metal or leather strap
Dial color: 3 colors, black / blue / white dial
Watch case color: rose gold, gold or silver

Watch Warranty:

Every watch we guarantee for 1-year. Swiss watches 2-years. Under warranty repair for free. If any problem happened after 1-year, we will repair for you at our cost price.

7 days Money-Back Guarantee

Our Rolex copy and other imitation watches come up with an exclusive 7 day Money-Back Guarantee. If you are dissatisfied with any of our copy watches, you can contact us to receive the return information to make your return for a refund during this grace period. Before writing an application to us, please make sure that the returned product is new or unused and in an unworn condition. It should have no scratches, marks or blemishes.

If we shipped you the wrong item then, Please contact us immediately, we will send you return address and pay for shipping cost. The correct one would ship out soon we receive tracking number for the return.


Please feel free to contact us with any question of Warranty Repair, Defective Watch, Damaged Package, Lost Package , Pre-Sale or other Service, Please feel free to contact us at or, We will get back to you shortly.

Please do not take the plastic off your copy watch when you received it. Check the quality and try it on first. Make sure everything is fine. If there is any problem, please contact us.

We only have ONE whatsapp account: +86 1342 8820 558 (Chris Lee).

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New Hublot Big Bang Sang Bleu II Copy Watch 2019

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New Hublot Big Bang Sang Bleu II Copy Watch – Limited Edition Watch 2019

This is already the second edition of “Sang Blue” watches Hublot is presenting with Tattoo Artist Maxime Plescia-Buchi. The “Sang Blue I” collection, launched in 2016, is sold out. Whilst the latter appeared to be more or less two-dimensional, the Big Bang “Sang Bleu II” is more disruptive.

More ambitious than the Big Bang Sang Bleu launched in 2016, the new Big Bang Sang Bleu II passionately channels the design skills of world famous tattoo artist Maxime Plescia-Buchi. A case with more finely-chiselled lines, conveyed in three dimensions. An expression of the passage of time, the hands – two elongated diamonds and an arrow – are stylised fragments of tattoos, set above a hypnotic chronographic movement.

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Hublot channels the creative inspiration of Maxime Plescia-Buchi into its three-dimensional angles and edges. The motif spans the case, cutting into its hexagonal bezel, juxtaposed against the hands with their geometric lines, and moulded onto the interchangeable bracelet. The dial plays with transparency, allowing glimpses of the Hublot in-house chronograph Unico movement. It is feat of construction, almost architectural in scope, in a 45mm case.

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A key component of contemporary Pop Culture, tattooing is no longer the sole preserve of a largely masculine underground scene. From a primitive practice to a celebrated field of Art, and cultural phenomenon, its growing creative influence shows tattooing is not merely a trend but a cultural shift which will last and influence all generations to come.

The new Big Bang Sang Bleu II is the horological expression of a tattoo, set in motion with timeless precision, unifying materials and crafts through geometry by Sang Bleu’s founder.

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“The geometrical shapes he uses in his tattoos are very rare, very unique,” says Sberro, noting that Plescia-Buchi is an extremely hands-on collaborator. “Hublot’s design team was able to integrate those designs into the watch, but not just by applying an image on the dial or the strap, but by incorporating them into the movement, the heart of the watch.”

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Watch Basics: 12 Parts Of a Watch You Should Know

To create a fine watch timepiece, a number of components must be designed, created and assembled by a team of highly skilled watchmakers. Each watch model (or reference) will have different look and will possess unique functions so it must be crafted with different components.

The watch diagram below outlines the basic elements in fine watches to build a basic understanding of their technical makeup. Understanding the anatomy of luxury watches will help in selecting the style of watch best fit for you. Let’s start with a rudimentary breakdown of a watch’s parts.

watch parts
The case holds the inner working parts of the watch. Depending on the style of the watch, the case is usually made of stainless steel, because steel is resilient, handles light shocks that the watch could receive, and doesn’t tarnish. It can also be made of precious metals like gold or platinum, and can even be made of plastic in sports watches.

The case can also come in different finishes like high-polish, smooth, matte, or a combination of any of those. It also contains the movement itself, be it electronic (quartz) or automatic (self-winding). We’ll cover more on movements later.

The lugs are where the case of the watch connects to the strap or metal bracelet of the watch, by use of metal spring bars.

The crown is what is used to change the time. Some watches offer a date window and a seconds indicator, which are engaged by pulling the crown out. Crowns on water-resistant watches screw down into the case. The crown can have embellishments like precious stones, to indicate luxury and attention to detail.

Strap / Buckle

watch basic
The strap/buckle secures the watch to your wrist and there are a number of materials commonly used for these parts. Leather straps range from calfskin to lizard and more exotic offerings like ostrich, alligator, crocodile, and even toad. Instead of a strap, a metal bracelet is a popular option. Other options are nylon straps (for sportiness), satin straps (for dressiness), and rubber straps (for diving/watersports).

Most watches allow straps and bracelets to be interchangeable so you can dress it up or down when you want to change the look of your watch. We have several articles on watch straps which can be found here.

The hands, usually broken down into hours and minutes, indicate the time. The hour hand is usually shorter in size than the minute hand. The hands can also have a slight design to them.

Other more complicated watches, such as chronographs (stop watches / timers), may have additional hands for their other functions, known as “complications”.

The bezel is the outer ring of the case that connects to the lugs. It is typically a flat-edged surface, but can also be rounded. The bezel can also have embellishments, like precious gemstones in upscale watches, and may be a different metal than the case itself, as in some two-tone watches.

Watch Bezel

The above pictures show three different kinds of watch bezels. The one on the left rotates is Rolex Deepsea D-blue watch, allowing the user to “set” a different time zone. While the other two are fixed, such as the “fluted” bezel on the middle Rolex Datejust Rhodium Dial Jubilee watch, and rounded one on the right Patek Philippe Complications Wristwatch.

Made of glass, plastic or synthetic Sapphire, the crystal is a transparent cover that protects the watch dial and reduces glare.

Dial / Face
A plate, with a metal base and visible through a crystal, that carries certain indication, such as the hours, minutes and sometimes seconds.

A small dial placed inside the main dial on a watch’s dial that give information not provided by the main watch dial such as a chronograph.

Date Window
Considered part of the calendar family, a date window will be the only numbers found associated with the date. Popular places to find the date window are: 3 o’clock, 12 o’clock and 5 o’clock.

Acting like an engine, a movement is the inner mechanism of a watch that keeps time and powers the watch’s functions.

Button(s) located outside of the case that control specific functions of the watch. Pushers are most commonly found on watches with a chronograph.

That’s all, next time we’ll talk more about the watch movement, Watch Complications (Functions) etc.

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While “water resistance” is a fairly common feature of most watches, there is a lot more to it than most people are aware of. Whether you’re a diving enthusiast, headed for a beach vacation, or just curious about water resistance, here are some advice and recommended precautions to help you keep your watch safe and protected for years to come.


water resistant or waterproof
What does it mean for a watch to be “waterproof?”
The truth is that no watch is waterproof. There is always a limit to how much water pressure a watch can handle. The term “waterproof” implies that a watch can’t leak under any circumstance—that no moisture will permeate the case and get into the movement. However, under certain circumstances anything can leak. Therefore, in the watch industry, we refer to a watch’s ability to withstand water pressure as water resistance.

What does it mean if the back of my watch is stamped with “Water Resistant?”
A watch stamped with “Water Resistant” means that it is humidity-protected. It can endure a bit of water splashes from washing your hands or being caught in the rain. However, water resistance does not mean you should swim or shower with your watch on.

Water is the biggest enemy of a watch. If you go swimming or play sports, you should have your watch checked for an accurate reading of its water resistance levels every year. The outside case may look rugged and big, but the movement is very tiny and very delicate. The only thing that stands between your watch and water is a small gasket, a tiny O-ring that is usually made of rubber or silicon. Gaskets form seals around the stem of the crown, pushers, and correctors and sit inside the case and the crystal. Over time, they dry out and lose elasticity and the ability to form a proper seal. This explains why regular testing is so important for maintaining the water resistance of a watch.

What is an atmosphere or a bar?
These are the measurements used by the watch industry to denote the amount of pressure a watch can withstand, not the depth to which the watch can be worn. ATM stands for atmosphere. 1 atmosphere is equal to about 10 meters or roughly 30 feet. A bar is just another way of stating atmospheres.

How is a diver’s watch different from a complicated watch?
Diving watches are specifically engineered for heavy water usage and can withstand depths of at least 200 meters. They have minimal openings for water to permeate through with only one screw-down crown, sturdy case, extra heavy gaskets around the crystal, and extra heavy gaskets around the case back. If you are planning to regularly swim, dive, surf or boat while wearing your watch, a diving watch is an excellent option to consider.


How often should I have my watch tested?
We suggest having a watch tested at least once a year, but much of this depends on one’s lifestyle. For example, a person who surfs regularly—going in and out of salt water and in and out of sandy places—should have his/her watch tested a few times a year. Salt water especially causes a lot of corrosion and wear and tear on all parts of the watch, which ultimately causes the water resistance level of the watch to drop over time.

What happens during a water resistance test?
Each watch is tested a little bit differently, but the most important thing is to first make sure that all the gaskets are sealed and water resistant. Over time, the gaskets will need to be replaced and lubricated.


What should I do if I accidentally go swimming with my expensive watch?
One drop of water inside the watch can do major damage. The first thing to do is place the watch on a lamp or hot plate or even a radiator to warm up the back. This will move the moisture away from the delicate moving parts. You should also continue to wear your watch all the time—even at night. Your body temperature will provide enough warmth to keep the moisture away from the movement. Once you get home, bring the watch to your nearest store to have it opened, dried and cleaned, and repaired of any water damage.

Can I shower with my watch on?
It is strongly advisable not to shower with your watch on. Shampoo, soaps and other liquids are highly corrosive to a watch’s delicate components and will wear it out much sooner. If you accidentally expose your watch to soap, you should rinse it off with fresh water and dry it as quickly as possible.

Can I go swimming with my chronograph?
While chronographs are very well-crafted timepieces and typically water resistant, they are not intended for swimming or diving. A chronograph is a complicated watch, which actually has several openings for water to enter: 2 push buttons, a crown, the crystal, and the case back gasket. At each of these points, there is a gasket that forms a seal, which protects the movement from water damage.

Here are some tips for protecting your chronograph when near water:

Never turn the bezel, adjust the crown, or push the pushers while underwater as this will break the seal of the gasket, leaving the watch open for water to enter.
Always check to make sure the crown is properly pushed in or screwed down to ensure that the gasket is fully sealed.
My watch says it’s water resistant up to 100 meters; can I dive into the pool wearing it?
Diving into a pool causes an immediate change in pressure—even though it only lasts for a few seconds—and can cause a major shock to a watch that is not meant for diving. Water resistance is all about pressure; the moment you hit the water, there is an immediate shift in pressure, which forces the watch to go above its recommended water resistance level. Diving into the pool multiple times (and smacking the water’s surface each time) will eventually push the amount of pressure applied to the watch over its limit, at which point water will be forced through the gaskets and into the movement.

Can I get my leather strap wet?
Leather straps should never get wet. Exposure to moisture, high humidity, direct intense light, cosmetic or oil products will cause the leather to deteriorate prematurely as well as stain or discolor the strap. If your leather strap accidentally comes in contact with any of these elements, dry the strap immediately with a soft absorbent cloth to help reduce any further damage.

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Rolex is introducing “6 styles Oyster Perpetual watches” this year. Let’s see below:



New Yachtmaster 42mm

It’s the first time to use 42mm size in Yacht Master

The Oyster Perpetual Yacht‑Master 42 is fitted with an Oysterflex bracelet, which is flexibility, comfort and aesthetics of an elastomer strap.

We have in Asian Mingzhu Automatic movement . 21 jewels. Smooth sweeping second hand and quick set date.

Also you can choose the Asian 2836 or Real Swiss 2836 automatic movement at 28800vph with Solid 904L stainless steel Case, Clasp, Black Rubber Strap.




New Rolex Sea-dweller 43mm

The Rolex Sea Dweller 43mm watch is black dial, the inscription “Sea-Dweller” is in yellow, When the Sea-Dweller was updated in 2017, this lettering was in red, in reference to the original model. The light reflections on the case sides and lugs highlight the profile of the Sea-Dweller’s 43 mm Oyster case, which features a unidirectional rotatable bezel with a 60-minute graduated Cerachrom insert in black ceramic. This new version is equipped with calibre 3235, at the forefront of watchmaking technology.



Rolex GMT Master ii Black Blue Jubilee watches

A new version of the Oyster Perpetual GMT‑Master II with a bidirectional rotatable bezel and a two-color 24-hour graduated insert in blue and black ceramic bezel.

This version of the GMT-Master II is fitted with a Jubilee bracelet. Supple and comfortable.



Rolex Day Date diamonds watch

Rolex is introducing the new generation of its Oyster Perpetual Day‑Date 36mm, 2 colors available, yellow gold or rose gold.

New green dial with Rolex presidential bracelet


Rolex Datejust Olive green watch

This new  Rolex Datejust 31mm is with olive green face with Roman markers, “VI” is with diamond, Rolex two tone Jubilee bracelet.


Rolex Datejust watch with Black dial

Rolex’s Datejust is the archetype of the classic watch thanks to functions and aesthetics that never go out of fashion. Launched in 1945.

This Rolex Datejust watch is black dial with Rolex Stainless steel Jubilee Bracelet.

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Please feel free to contact us with any question of Warranty Repair, Defective Watch, Damaged Package, Lost Package , Pre-Sale or other Service, Please feel free to contact us at or, We will get back to you shortly.

Please do not take the plastic off your copy watch when you received it. Check the quality and try it on first. Make sure everything is fine. If there is any problem, please contact us.

We only have ONE whatsapp account: +86 1342 8820 558 (Chris Lee).

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