I was comparing and contrasting these two remarkably similar QPs from AP and Vacheron but, from one exhibitor’s booth over, a Patek 3940J kept whispering to me. Pick me up and play with me, it said. And because it said perfect replica Patek Philippe on the dial, I obliged and brought it next to the AP and Vacheron.
Sure, it shared a complication with the Vacheron and the AP, but it didn’t have much else in common. “But that’s what makes me special,” it told me. This particular 1:1 fake Patek Philippe UK was a third-series 3940J, meaning it was yellow gold and had a sapphire caseback. Unlike the Vacheron and AP, you can only see the movement through a sapphire caseback, and it’s AAA copy Patek Philippe’s own caliber 240Q. It’s a beautiful micro-rotor movement, and I have to say – while Vacheron and AP tried so hard to impress with their skeletonized movements (and they do) – watching that little micro-rotor spin around was probably the most entrancing mechanical activity between the trio of QPs. I’ve always had a soft spot for micro-rotors – from Polerouters to Baltic to Chopard and everything in between – but there’s nothing like watching a top copy Patek Philippe micro-rotor, somehow, miraculously, powering an entire QP movement.
Looking at it, the Swiss made replica Patek Philippe is nothing like the AP or the Vacheron. The latter two showed up with nothing but a leather vest on, while Patek kept on its full suit and tie. And the Patek Philippe fake online uk made me realize that’s all I really wanted from a QP anyway.