The Most Sophisticated Fake Watches of Baselworld in 2017 

Let’s come the topic directly, as for me, at least in my heart, I have to say these three models are the most popular replica watches in 2017.
Rolex Cellini Moon Phase
The biggest surprise for me this Baselworld was the Rolex Cellini Moon Phase. I had never given the Cellini a second thought, and in some cases not even a first sight, but when I saw the Moon Phase for the first time I was smitten. Of course, it’s just a moonphase, not some crazy new complex stuff at work here, but in classic Rolex fashion this one has an automatic movement that is astronomically precise to one day every 122 years. What’s more, it has that vintage feel that I love, but with a fresh take. The case and dial design are all clean enough, restrained, and accurate. This watch is sure to be a classic and is a clear winner for me.
Stephen Pulvirent – Patek Philippe
I deeply believe that simplicity is often harder and interesting than complexity. But complexity has done simply? Yeah, that’s the best. This replica watch is a new perpetual calendar from Patek Philippe that threads that needle perfectly. The creamy lacquer dial with the applied Arabic numerals, the stepped lugs, and the clear indications for the day, date, month, leap year, day/night, and moonphase are a winning combination. There’s enough vintage charm and over some nods to classic Patek’s, but this watch feels firmly of today, not like some nostalgia trip gone wrong.
Arthur Touchot – Rolex Sky-Dweller In Steel
I’ve never been a big fan of the Sky-Dweller. The functionality of a second time display and extremely clever (and discreet) annual calendar makes it one of the most appealing watches out there, but the dial always felt a little too cluttered to me. The new version of the Sky-Dweller is much lighter, physically and visually, owing to two simple switches: The oversized numerals have been replaced by short baton indexes and the watch is now available in stainless steel instead of just shades of gold. Both completely transform the watch, and you might even mistake it for a Datejust 41 from a distance. In stainless steel with a handsome blue dial, the complications are more than ever the focal point of the Sky-Dweller.