Matthew Stafford Wears Top UK Fake Patek Philippe Aquanaut Watches During The Super Bowl Parade

We aren’t in Detroit anymore. 2,200 miles from the city where he played the first 12 years of his NFL career, Matthew Stafford celebrated his first Super Bowl championship. On an open-top bus in the City of Angels with his teammates, some brewskis, and a cigar in hand, Stafford commemorated one of the greatest game-winning drives in the game’s history … in style. When you’re a champion, you have to wear the 1:1 UK replica watches of a champion. In this case, Stafford opted to mark the event with Swiss made fake Patek Philippe Aquanaut watches in steel – the reference 5167A.

This isn’t the first time we’ve seen Stafford wearing the high quality replica watches, or the first time he’s been spotted wearing it during Super Bowl festivities, either. The star QB had it strapped to his wrist during press conferences in advance of the game, as well.

Los Angeles is all about the glitz and the glam, so it’s only fitting that the now-leader of the L.A. Rams wore perfect copy watches with the level of hype that could only be bested by the Tiffany Nautilus (don’t worry, LeBron James made sure that watch was accounted for at the game itself).

The Aquanaut is its own special best online replica watches within the broader Patek collection. It started as something of an oddball upon release in 1997, and has since skyrocketed into full-on unobtanium. Interestingly, it also happens to be the brand’s least expensive – and therefore entry-level – timepiece.

On yet another sunny day in La La Land, the Rams’ bus made its short 1.1 mile trip from USC’s campus to the team’s former home: The Los Angeles Coliseum. All the while, Stafford, the Lombardi trophy, and the luxury super clone Patek Philippe Aquanaut watches waved to a raucous and celebratory crowd.

But it doesn’t end there. Even legendary quarterback, the GOAT, Tom Brady got in on the fun. Replying to a Twitter video posted by the NFL of Stafford cracking open a beer during the parade, Brady tweeted simply, “Mix in a water, Matt … trust me.”