King Frederik X Of Denmark Takes The Throne Wearing An AAA Quality Replica Omega Seamaster 300M UK On A NATO

On New Years Eve, the world’s longest then-currently reigning monarch, Her Majesty Queen Margrethe II of Denmark, shocked her country by abdicating the throne and preparing to pass the crown to her son, then-Crown Prince Frederik. Today’s model is a luxury fake Omega Seamaster. Over the past weekend, that process finally happened, with King Frederik X succeeding to the throne. After some brief paperwork, King Frederik took to the balcony of Christiansborg Palace, and he did so with some horological flair.

King Frederik has lived a fascinating life. He’s a sportsman and former member of the International Olympic Committee, a sailor, and has served in both the Danish Royal Navy and Danish Royal Army. In addition, in 1995, King Frederik completed training as a frogman in Denmark’s elite special operations forces. At some point, King Frederik got a “unit watch” from the corps, a best 1:1 fake Omega Seamaster 300M, and it apparently became his favorite watch. Not immune from military humor, King Frederik got the nickname “Pingo” for waddling like a penguin after his wetsuit filled with water (I wonder if his buddies still can call the King that).

From pictures shared on forums (I was contacted by someone on Instagram who goes by Grandcruwatches, who said the above photos were his), the Frømandskorpset Omega Seamaster super clone for sale has a custom matte dial and bezel, brushed finishing, and the unit’s insignia (with the royal crown) on the caseback.

According to Watches of Espionage, which first brought the watch to my attention, current and former members can buy one from Swiss made replica Omega UK. In fact, a watch with this design (but different casebacks) is available to US Navy SEALs, U.S. Secret Service, and one unnamed U.S. special forces unit. So, for a very emotional day, it’s no surprise he went with a watch that must mean a lot to him.

Sure, that kind of watch might go unnoticed paired with a Danish military dress uniform if worn on bracelet, but on a NATO? That won’t go unnoticed. Frankly, I find the arbitrary rules of “what makes a dress watch” or “what watch, if any, you can wear with [insert clothing here]” to be one of the most obnoxious, boring, and antiquated discussions in the world, so I give the King massive props for going with a copy watch he loves. Heck, it doesn’t even look like he changed the strap – WOE even shared a picture of him wearing the watch on what looks to be the same NATO years ago. Long live the high quality replica Omega Seamaster and long live the King.

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