Harry Kane ridiculed for his best 1:1 fake Rolex Rainbow Daytona protest
Germans covered their mouths for an on-pitch team photograph to protest at being silenced by FIFA over human rights issues.
England’s captain Harry Kane walked out in front of the world’s media ahead of the Iran match wearing a £500,000 luxury replica Rolex Rainbow Daytona; an apparent display of his displeasure at not being allowed to wear a OneLove armband supporting gay rights.
As protests go, it was very much in the style of a Premier League multimillionaire and, while some on social media called the gesture “stunning and brave”, others were less generous.
“Utterly ridiculous, a £500k perfect fake watch while the rest of the UK is begging. He’s in cuckoo land,” said a tweet, striking the tone for many.
Making a point so subtly and ostentatiously may have worked to needle Fifa for its armband ban.
After all, the organisation is no stranger to arm twisting through the use of luxury replica watches for sale.
Back in 2014, football’s governing body was rocked by scandal when goodie bags handed to all 28 members of Fifa’s executive committee at the Brazil World Cup contained £16,000 Parmigiani watches. They were later donated to charity.
Mr Kane’s choice of a Swiss made fake Rolex Rainbow Daytona may simply have been made because he had it in his watch roll in Doha, but there are plenty of other watches he might have used to make the same statement.
Or how about this Swatch? Normally £66, but available for £62 today because it’s Black Friday.
The golden Rolex Daytona replica for sale UK with its rainbow coloured gem-set bezel is one of the most desirable watches in the current Rolex catalogue.
Only a handful are produced each year by high quality replica Rolex because of the difficulty in sourcing perfectly calibrated sapphires of the right colour to construct the rainbow adorning the bezel.
The retail price of the aaa quality replica Rolex is under £100,000, but demand exceeds supply by such a margin that they are advertised online with prices of £500,000 or more.