Whether you like high quality replica watches with manual or automatic wound movements, one of the key attributes of a mechanical watch is its power reserve. We regularly see comments on the power reserve of a movement being too short, as most watches hover around the 38 to 50-hour mark. Movements like the Powermatic 80 sort that for most people, thanks to its reduced frequency and improved mainspring and barrel providing 80 hours of running time. But what if you want something with a bit more autonomy, like a couple of weeks, a month or longer, for instance? Well, you’re in luck, as there are plenty of complex and admittedly rather pricey fake watches for sale around that do just that! With that in mind, today’s Buying Guide focuses on watches with a power reserve of 31 days and up.

Back in 2013, and thanks to its then partnership with Ferrari, luxury replica Hublot introduced the complex MP-05 LaFerrari watch with an almighty 50-day power reserve. The shaped case, made of titanium and carbon fibre, housed the calibre HUB9005, which set an industry record of 1,200 hours of running time thanks to eleven stacked barrels in the centre.

The movement of Swiss movement fake Hublot also comes with a vertically mounted tourbillon escapement and can be wound with the provided power tool you can see below. Vertical rollers on either side of the barrels indicate the time and the power reserve. This limited edition of 50 aaa quality fake Hublot watches is no longer part of the collection but can’t be ignored. Back when it was launched, it had a price of approximately CHF 300,000.

Quick Facts – 51.1mm x 59.6mm x 19.9mm – black PVD-coated titanium case – sapphire crystal front & back – winding crown at noon – 30m water-resistant – hours and minutes on black & red vertical rollers – calibre HUB9005, manually wound with special tool – 637 components – 11 barrels for 1,200 hours of power reserve – 21,600vph – vertically mounted tourbillon escapement – power reserve on vertical cylinders – integrated black rubber strap – limited to 50 pieces, no longer available – approx. CHF 300,000 (when launched)