I will admit to being slightly too optimistic here, a usual fault of mine when attempting a pre-owned search. But that’s a personality trait I’ve acquired after working in sales for more than 20 years, and I consider it a prerequisite for success. Still, finding solid gold sports super clone watches for sale under €10K is possible.

Gold is expensive, and even if pre-owned prices have gone down, €10,000 isn’t the big wad of cash it used to be. But the allure of lustrous gold is strong. Added as a prefix to the term “sports watch,” though, it is a hot ticket with added respect attached to vintage.

Super Clone Omega Constellation ref. 168.045-368.845 Watches

Omega’s svelte C-shape Genta Constellations are lovely, and I’m still smitten with my best UK replica Omega Constellation ’95 watches and its slim 35mm case. But what about the smooth, rectangular cushion of the integrated-bracelet version? With its ’70s splendor, it’s slim but compact-tough, and full-gold versions are available for less than €10K. Its sporty nature is of the sensitive vintage kind, but should you care? All fairly simple Omega three-hand movements can be serviced and kept running accurately. So, what is the allure of the day-date Omega Constellation ref. 168.045-368.845 super clone watches for sale? Well, considering the wave that the Piaget Polo ’79 is riding, a sleek 36mm piece of braceleted gold is what the people want. I’ve been into this vibe for years already, and the patinaed gleam of 54-year-old gold offers an understated alternative. I found this example for a very reasonable €9,101 (£7,500) on Chrono24, and it seems well used but cherished.

Replica Omega Speedmaster “Reduced” ref. 3611.20.00 Watches

I’m going to stick my neck out here. For me, the perennial underdog 38mm cheap fake Omega Speedmaster watches offers a better wrist fit than the Professional. That doesn’t stop me from wanting a last-gen Moonwatch. However, with only €10,000 for a full-gold version, the smaller 38mm size is the one. I have seen some gold 38s on leather, like the one above, for less than €7,000, while the newer Co-Axial perfect super clone watches start at €16K. But look at this crisp-looking gem on Chrono24. It looks very clean and is up for €10,000. It’s also the only one on a solid 18K bracelet, so I’d be quick. There’s even a note that the price is negotiable, and that smooth white dial sure sets off the gleam of yellow gold. I’m sure I could live with the left-leaning register layout of the ref. 3611.20.00 because the 38mm comfort of weighty gold is mighty tempting.

Budget-buster bonus: Rolex Oysterquartz Day-Date ref. 19018 Super Clone Watches

I am a big fan of the various Swiss made super clone Rolex Oysterquartz watches, but their days of peanuts-budget availability are well and truly over. I’m not surprised in a world where Rolex is a massive status symbol and everyone wants an integrated bracelet. Plus, quartz is cool, so don’t underestimate its rise to grail status. My optimism did get the better of me, though, as a full-gold OQ is more than €10K, at least this week. The cheapest good-looking one I found is advertised for €11,000. But hey, it is a solid gold 1:1 wholesale copy Rolex sports watches. And on an integrated bracelet, it might be worth adding a thousand or two to your budget.