Andrew Tate Watch Collection

Inside Andrew Tate Watch Collection That Includes A Million-Dollar Watch

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Emory Andrew Tate III, known as Andrew Tate, is an American-British media personality and former professional kickboxer. Following his kickboxing career, he began offering paid courses and memberships through his website and later rose to fame as an online celebrity. 


Like fellow former boxer Floyd Mayweather and the martial artist Conor McGregor, Andrew Tate also likes to share their lavish and rich lifestyle on social media such as Instagram. Like them, Andrew Tate, who now lives in Dubai, is also very controversial.


Almost at the end of 2022, he became a trending topic because of his online fight against the Swedish environmental activist Greta Thunberg.


She recently made fun of well-known internet celebrity Andrew Tate on Twitter, which made him quite unhappy. Andrew  initiated this banter by mentioning Greta in a tweet about his 33 cars and their massive emissions. He wanted to provide details on his 33 vehicles, including his prized Bugatti and Ferrari cars and the massive emissions they produce. Tate was also seen refueling his Bugatti at the gas station, which Thunberg passionately disapproves of. When trains and boats are not an option, the 19-year-old  commutes in electric cars to promote awareness. 

Anyway, let's get back to watches. Having said that he likes to show his rich lifestyle, that includes also his watch collection.


Let's find out Andrew Tate watch collection here!

Andrew Tate Watch Collection - Ulysse Nardin Maxi Marine Diver 266-10-3-93

Andrew Tate Watch Collection - Ulysse Nardin Maxi Marine Diver 266-10-3-93

Andrew Tate Watch Collection - Ulysse Nardin Maxi Marine Diver 266-10-3-93​​

In the photo during his vacay in Albania, we can see a beautiful Ulysse Nardin Maxi Marine Diver 44m in 18k rose gold on his wrist. It features a blue dial with a wave pattern design, applied bold hour markers with rose gold edges, luminescent fill and a red stripe in the center, and all this for enhanced visibility.


Retail price: €29,800

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Andrew Tate Watch Collection - Hublot Classic Fusion Chronograph 'Ceramic King' 521.CO.1781.RX

Andrew Tate Watch Collection - Hublot Classic Fusion Chronograph

Andrew Tate Watch Collection - Hublot Classic Fusion Chronograph 'Ceramic King'  521.CO.1781.RX​​

Everytime I see a Hublot, somehow it reminds me of Kylian Mbappe watch collection that mostly consists of Hublot watches since he is an oficial Hublot ambassador.


Andrew Tate watch collections also consists of two Hublot watches. This is the first one: Hublot Classic Fusion Chronograph 'Ceramic King'  521.CO.1781.RX.


Expertly crafted of ceramic, this case is enduring but offers an appealing aesthetic. The inner workings of the watch is an outstanding automatic (self winding) movement. This watch is kept with a 45mm case, with its wonderful build. Witness unprecedented quality with a polished bezel, with maximum craftsmanship on full display. 


With its black motif dial, a timepiece becomes a true work of art which you will not want to be without. 


Included with the watch are the following complications: central 60 second hand, chronograph, date. Make sure your watch does more than just tell you the time. 


The "Ceramic King" Hublot Classic Fusion Chronograph is yet another huge addition to Andrew Tate's collection.


Retail price: ~$14,800.

Andrew Tate Watch Collection - Iced-Out” Audemars Piguet Royal Oak Double Balance Wheel Openworked 15407ST

Andrew Tate Watch Collection - Iced-Out” Audemars Piguet Royal Oak Double Balance Wheel Openworked 15407ST

Andrew Tate Watch Collection - Iced-Out” Audemars Piguet Royal Oak Double Balance Wheel Openworked 15407ST​​

He seems to have similarities with Floyd Mayweather as they both like to ice out their luxury watches. Andrew has some iced-out watches, and this is one of them: The Audemars Piguet Royal Oak Double Balance Wheel Openworked 15407ST. 


The watch itself comes with a stainless steel case, glareproofed sapphire crystal and caseback, screw-locked crown, water-resistant to 50m. The dial is slate grey openworked with pink gold applied hour-markers and Royal Oak hands with luminescent coating.  


Quoted from the Audemars Piguet website: The Royal Oak Double Balance wheel Openworked tackles these stabilising issues by fixing a second balance wheel and balance-spring assembly on the same axis. The new patented geometry involves a very complex manufacturing procedure, but the payoff is huge: greatly improved precision and stability.


So, it seems Andrew was not satisfied with the $225,000 beauty. He had a jeweler in Dubai install diamonds into the stainless-steel case.

Andrew Tate Watch Collection - “Iced-Out” Hublot Classic Fusion Chronograph 521.NX.7170.LR

Andrew Tate Watch Collection - “Iced-Out” Hublot Classic Fusion Chronograph 521.NX.7170.LR

Andrew Tate Watch Collection - “Iced-Out” Hublot Classic Fusion Chronograph 521.NX.7170.LR​​

And this is his another Hublot watch but in an iced out version: The Hublot Classic Fusion Chronograph 521.NX.7170.LR.


Hublot's "Art of Fusion" philosophy is perfectly embodied by the Classic Fusion Chronograph. The Classic Fusion Chronograph has a rubber strap and a titanium case and bezel, which contrast with a blue composite resin "bezel lug" that is placed between the bezel and the case.


The Classic Fusion Chronograph is powered by a Hublot Caliber HUB1143 (base caliber ETA 2892-A2), which has 280 components and 59 jewels. It has a 42-hour power reserve.


Andrew Tate had a jeweler engrave diamonds into the watch casing to "ice-out" his Hublot. These diamonds make the blue dial stand out and lessen the Classic Fusion Chronograph's modest silhouette.

Andrew Tate Watch Collection - "Iced out" Audemars Piguet Royall Oak Offshore 'Brick' 264700OR

Andrew Tate Watch Collection - "Iced out" Audemars Piguet Royall Oak Offshore

Andrew Tate Watch Collection - "Iced out" Audemars Piguet Royall Oak Offshore 'Brick' 264700OR​​

His third iced-out watch is the Audemars Piguet Royal Oak Offshore 26470OR with a nickname "the brick' due to the enormous amount of 18K rose gold used by Audemars Piguet.


"The brick" is 42mm in diameter and weighs a startling 334 grams (around three quarters of a pound). To put this into context, consider that platinum is 60% more dense than gold although the platinum Rolex Daytona "Ice Blue," Ref. 116506, weighs only 282 grams.


The Royal Oak Offshore, Ref. 264700OR, is valued at almost $100,000  (on a factory rose gold bracelet). Andrew Tate decided that this wasn't sufficient and had the Royal Oak Offshore "iced-out" with baguette diamonds.

Andrew Tate Watch Collection - Custom Made Patek Philippe with Emerald

Andrew Tate Watch Collection - Custom Made Patek Philippe with Emerald

Andrew Tate Watch Collection - Custom Made Patek Philippe with Emerald​​

Another custom-made luxury watch he has is this Patek Phillipe Nautilus covered with emeralds. At first, I thought it was the Patek Philippe custom made by Virgil Abloh, like the one that Drake has. But, if you see the video below, you will know that the watch is custom-made by a jeweler in Dubai.


I wonder how much he paid for this.


The picture above is simply a screenshot from the video that Top G Tate posted me on YouTube.

Andrew Tate Watch Collection - Jacob and Co. Bugatti Chiron Rose Gold

Andrew Tate Watch Collection - Jacob and Co. Bugatti Chiron Rose Gold

Andrew Tate Watch Collection - Jacob and Co. Bugatti Chiron Rose Gold .40.AE.AB.A ​​

The most complicated timepiece Andrew Tate owns is the Jacob & Co. Bugatti Chiron Tourbillon 200.40.AE.AB.A.


The rose gold case alone takes a single craftsman 120 hours to make, and it has 578 parts. Tate revealed that Jacob & Co. spent more than ten months creating the watch, which is even longer than the Ferrari itself.

In order to complement his limited-edition Bugatti Chiron Pur Sport, which he stated cost an astounding €3.98 million (about $5 million at the time), Tate bought the Jacob & Co. tourbillon.


Jacob and Co. made the timepiece to honor the Chiron in a timepiece. The case is inspired by the flowing lines of the Chiron and the movement, or "engine block," intended to duplicate the Bugatti engine, is placed under a massive sapphire crystal, on display for all.


The Bugatti Chiron Tourbillon features a 30º inclined tourbillon, the first time Jacob & Co. has ever used an inclined tourbillon. The "flying" part of the tourbillon means that the regulating organ is only supported on one side, so the tourbillon is even more mesmerizing. The 30º inclination makes it easier to admire this incredible complication.


The crowns for the watch are at the bottom of the case - the left crown sets the time, the middle crown winds both the movement (60 hours of power reserve) and the animation, and a push of the right-hand crown starts the animation.


Retail price: $380,000.

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