In September, J.Crew introduced its Watch Shop, a destination for guys who realize checking the time on their phones just doesn’t hit the same way as reading it on a device designed for that very purpose. Scroll through the product on offer, and you’ll find options from MWC and Marathon, with prices topping out at a non-flop-sweat-inducing $380. It’s an inviting assortment (especially considering the featured brands are still relative rarities to spot in the wild), but far from an exhaustive one. And considering how many J.Crew fans were cutting their teeth on the brand’s menswear while simultaneously scrolling through photos of “I’ll get one…someday” vintage luxury Swiss replica watches, it seemed a little strange that the company kept things so narrowly focused. Until today, that is.
J.Crew just announced the next step in its march into the 1:1 AAA fake watches world, and it’s a huge one. The brand has partnered with Analog Shift, the vintage perfect replica watches specialist acquired by Watches of Switzerland in 2020, to stock the digital shelves with a truly impressive range of US copy watches online store.
“We are thrilled to be partnering with the iconic American brand on an exclusive curation of Analog Shift’s most unique and sought-after vintage timepieces” says David Hurley, executive vice president of Watches of Switzerland Group USA. “Kicking off with an inaugural assortment from brands such as Rolex and Omega replica watches with Swiss movements mixed in with rare finds from the likes of Aquastar and Wittnaeur, we believe J.Crew’s wide network will appreciate the circular economy this partnership creates and immediately gravitate to Analog Shift’s unmatched dedication to authenticity.”
There are 18 cheap fake watches for sale in the inaugural collection, which doesn’t sound like all that much until you start reading through what’s available—an Air King and best quality replica Omega Seamaster watches?—and realize it might be tough to figure out which one to opt for, if you happen to be in the market. Luckily, Analog Shift founder James Lamdin was kind enough to share his insights into a few of what top Swiss made super clone watches he considers to be the true standouts.