The Chanel J12 is one of the most important wristwatches to come out of the famed Parisian fashion house, coinciding with its thirteenth year offering luxury timepieces. Designed to complement both the company's haute couture and its ready-to-wear collections, the Chanel J12 offers true French elegance coupled with precision Swiss engineering for time-keeping that's always in style. Long one of the world's most easily recognizable names, watches were a rather late foray for the firm, with its first designer watches offered only in 1987. The Chanel J12 was launched in 2000, benefiting from the years of market experience since. It offers sophisticated automatic movement, with white or black ceramic bracelets (rumored to be the same kind of material used by NASA for its rocket ships) that make for an iconoclastic style that stands out from the usual metal and leather materials used. It's even claimed to be unscratchable as a result. The bezel can also be made of hi-tech ceramic, such as that on the H1628 model, an expensive diamond version of the Chanel J12 that will cost somewhere in the neighborhood of five thousand dollars. And the H1420 can run well over seventeen thousand. Indeed, that's why these watches are so popular with female A-List celebrities like Heidi Montag and Jessica Simpson. And that's precisely why, in fact, they are among the most sought-after of all replica watches on the market today. The Chanel collection had long posed a serious of technical and economical hurdles for counterfeiters until 2005, when the Chanel J12 was successfully replicated. Previously, the materials would cost too much to make replica watches worthwhile or the parts were too sophisticated or outright exclusive. And indeed, Chanel's recent partnership with Audemars Piguet, a true watchmaker that makes its own watches from start to finish, providing not just final assembly but its own parts and especially its own movement, making replica watches a very hard feat, as the company is able to retain almost complete control over the entire manufacturing process. Even though it is a latecomer to designer watches, Chanel has posted healthy sales and there is no possibility of it reconsidering its over two decades in the business of upscale wristwatches. While there isn't as great a variety on offer as is available through some of the more established manufacturers out there, there is the Chanel name, and when it comes to fashion a simple label can mean a lot.
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