Close observers of the NBA complain that Nikola Jokic, the Denver Nugget’s hulking passing sorcerer and reigning MVP, doesn’t get enough appreciation. I’m here to agree: We do not appreciate Nikola Jokic’s luxury replica watches enough. Much like his bananas cross-court frisbee passes, this watch left me wide-eyed, confused, and ultimately amazed. The Joker is wearing a perfect fake Cartier Calibre Chronograph, a now-discontinued model that was possibly too far ahead of its time.
When best 1:1 replica Cartier UK introduced the original Calibre in 2010 as its take on a sports watch, it arrived with all the necessary credentials. At 42 millimeters this watch was beefy, especially by Swiss made fake Cartier’s typical standards. (The dimensions on the brand’s flagship Tank are 29.5×22 millimeters.) The watch arrived on a metal bracelet, with big-ass numerals on the dial, and those fat rugged lugs (the arms that cinch the case to the leather bracelet). Top fake Cartier even traded out its square and oddball case shapes for a traditional round one, fully dipping its toes into the world of sport.
Over the years, AAA replica Cartier rolled out a version of the Caliber meant for diving, as well as this Chronograph iteration. How this watch came to Jokic is hard to fathom. Why this piece, discontinued in 2018, rather than something like its spiritual successor, the high quality fake Cartier Drive (or literally any of the handful of immensely popular sport watches we see a lot on the wrists of NBA players)?
And while the standard Cartier Calibre fake watches online aren’t difficult to come by secondhand, the secondary market isn’t exactly teeming with this rose-gold chronograph piece. The Calibre may have arrived just a little too early to the huge sport super clone watch uk wave that collectors now love.
Jokic isn’t a dude who I often spot wearing a watch, but with this cheap fake watch he’s demonstrated some great taste and a more-than-casual interest in collecting.