In this final instalment of the Rockstars Rocking Vintage trilogy, we see two famous musicians go the way of Wilsdorf. He founded both Tudor and Rolex, and here we have spotted two desirable tool replica watches with high quality from the Wilsdorf group on the wrists of two artists from different generations – once again proving that vintage staples are timeless and appreciated by everyone truly initiated in the hobby.
Anthony Kiedis – Rolex Explorer II ref. 1655 replica with stainless steel bracelet
Recently we showcased celebrities who wear blacked-out Milgauss watches from Rolex, and though Anthony Kiedis was on the list, he has also been spotted wearing other respectable watches – including this Rolex Explorer II ref. 1655 in stainless steel. The original Explorer II model, which introduced the big orange GMT hand, has been affectionately referred to as the “Steve McQueen” or “Freccione” (which means arrow in Italian) and is one of the most widely sought-after Explorer II watches on the market today – fetching respectable numbers at Phillips, Christie’s, and Sotheby’s Auctions. The 39mm watch is so classic and cool, even action star Jason Statham has been continually spotted wearing the reference.
Bruce Springsteen – Tudor Submariner ref. 9411/0 fake with black dial
It makes sense that The Boss would wear a boss watch. Arguably the least expensive watch within this list, the Tudor “Snowflake” Submariner ref. 9411/0 in stainless steel is a highly respected and collectable reference within the world of watches. The Swiss movement copy watch in one form or another was known to grace the wrists of military personnel, in various countries, as military organisations appreciated the Rolex build-quality with a reliable, yet more affordable, movement – making the watch less expensive to purchase and repair.