Ken Kessler gives his own advices about the types of best replica watches which would be suitable for every event in his latest column for GQ.
I guess each one of you may encounter this kind of situation, once someone knows what you work is, you may be consequently asked to give free advices. And how you would reflect really depends on your relationship with that person. As I’m not selling watches or serving for a watch company for a living, I don’t have the anxiety of suggesting what watches might suit a friend’s needs.
Before most of people would ask the kind of question like “what should I take with up to ￡X?”, something seems changed nowadays. People started to ask “which watch will I keep for life/will be suitable anytime?” The first question is self-explanatory, only a watch name will fix it, as long as the watch makers won’t be vanished soon. The latter, as every person has their own style, so the question would be a little bit tricky. But I guess most of men have the awareness that a man should have three replica rolex watches. A modern man should own 1) a knockabout watch for sport or vacation, 2) a job-related watch and 3) a dress watch. If you work in the office, then you can use the same watch for job-related and dress occasion. If you toil on an oil rig, your knockabout and work watches can do double-time.
But what if you want just one? Then I would say that it must be the Rolex Air-King. You wanna know why? The answer would be there next time.