Tom Brady Returns To New England Wearing A Gold Best Quality Replica Rolex Daytona ‘John Player Special’
In front of 65,000 screaming Patriots fans in Foxborough yesterday, Tom Brady ran onto the field and joined longtime team owner Robert Kraft at the podium, where he would go on to deliver an impassioned speech to a fan base that has literally grown up watching him win… a lot. And despite his end-of-career stop (and Super Bowl victory) in Tampa Bay, Brady will always be a Patriot.
The event had all the feelings of a retirement ceremony despite the fact that he is already very formally retired. But he leaned into the theme yesterday when came onto the field wearing a gold watch. And not just any gold watch, but a gold 1:1 replica Rolex Daytona – a vintage Daytona ref. 6241, with a specific yellow-gold, black dial configuration affectionately known as the “John Player Special” (named for the ’70s John Player livery on Lotus Formula One cars). It was with this watch that Brady declared himself a Patriot for life.
Needless to say, the JPS AAA quality fake Rolex Daytona is a rare breed in everyday life, but Brady was also a rare talent. It’s also neat to see him wear this watch, on an extra cool gold jubilee bracelet, as an everyday watch. Of course, he’s not playing football with the thing, but the fact that he chose to pair it with a Pats jersey says a lot about Brady the collector, and the way he views the Rolex Daytona super clone online as a sports watch in its own right.
Yesterday may not have gone New England’s way, but they’re certainly the only team – league-wide – that brought this level of real horological heat onto the field (even if it was from a legendary, soon-to-be HOF-inducted, former player). This high quality replica Rolex garnered a ton of attention from our friends on social media yesterday (special shout-out to Nick and Craig) so the outcome of the game was truly secondary.
In the last few weeks alone, we’ve seen the GOAT wearing both this and a rose gold Swiss movement replica Rolex “Jigsaw” Day-Date. It goes without saying we’ll continue monitoring his wrist closely.