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

Emory Andrew Tate III is known as Andrew Tate. He is an American-British media personality and former professional kickboxer. After his kickboxing career ended, Tate began offering paid courses and memberships through his website. He later became famous as an online celebrity.

Like former boxer Floyd Mayweather and martial artist Conor McGregor, Tate also likes to flaunt his wealthy lifestyle on social media platforms such as Instagram. Similar to Mayweather and McGregor, Tate, who now resides in Dubai, is a controversial public figure.

In late 2022, Tate was a trending topic due to an online argument with Swedish environmental activist Greta Thunberg.

Thunberg recently mocked the well-known internet personality Tate on Twitter. This made him quite upset. Tate initiated the exchange by tweeting about his 33 cars and their massive emissions. He wanted to highlight details of his extensive vehicle collection, including his prized Bugatti and Ferrari automobiles. He also mentioned the considerable emissions they produce. Tate was also seen refueling his Bugatti at a gas station, which Thunberg strongly disapproves of. When boats and trains are not options, the 19-year-old activist commutes in electric vehicles to raise awareness about the environment.

Let’s return our discussion to watches. As mentioned, Tate enjoys displaying his affluent lifestyle, which includes his watch collection.

Let’s explore Andrew Tate watch collection!

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

Andrew Tate Watch Collection

In a photo from his vacation in Albania, Tate is seen wearing a beautiful Ulysse Nardin Maxi Marine Diver 44mm watch. The timepiece is crafted in 18k rose gold. It features a wave-patterned blue dial for enhanced visibility. The dial includes applied hour markers with rose gold edges, luminescent fill, and a red stripe through the center.

The retail price of the Ulysse Nardin Maxi Marine Diver 44mm

18k rose gold watch is €29,800.

Hublot Classic Fusion Chronograph ‘Ceramic King’ 521.CO.1781.RX – Andrew Tate Watch Collection

Andrew Tate Watch Collection

Every time I see a Hublot watch, it reminds me of Kylian Mbappé’s watch collection. His collection mostly consists of Hublot timepieces since he is an official Hublot brand ambassador.

Tate’s watch collection also includes two Hublot models. Here

is the first one:

The Hublot Classic Fusion Chronograph “Ceramic King” 521.CO.1781.RX.

Expertly crafted of ceramic, the enduring case offers an eye-catching aesthetic. The watch features an outstanding automatic (self-winding) movement encased in a polished 45mm case. It displays unmatched quality with a polished bezel, showing maximum artistry.

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

Included complications are the central 60-second hand, chronograph function, and date display. This ensures your Hublot does more than just tell time.

The “Ceramic King” Hublot Classic Fusion Chronograph is another impressive addition to Tate’s growing watch collection.

Retail Price: Approximately $14,800

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

Andrew Tate Watch Collection

Tate has another iced-out Hublot watch in his collection: The Hublot Classic Fusion Chronograph 521.NX.7170.LR.

Hublot’s “Art of Fusion” philosophy is perfectly showcased in the Classic Fusion Chronograph model. The watch features a rubber strap, titanium case, and bezel. These contrast beautifully with the blue composite resin “bezel lug” set between the bezel and case.

The Classic Fusion Chronograph is powered by Hublot’s Caliber HUB1143 movement (base ETA 2892-A2). It consists of 280 components and 59 jewels and offers a 42-hour power reserve when fully wound.

To customize this Hublot, Tate had a jeweler engrave it with diamonds in a process known as “icing out.” The added diamonds make the blue dial radiate while softening the Classic Fusion Chronograph’s understated silhouette.

Custom Made Patek Philippe with Emerald – Andrew Tate Watch Collection

Andrew Tate Watch Collection

Tate also owns a custom-made Patek Philippe Nautilus lavishly covered in emeralds. At first glance, I assumed it was the Patek Philippe collaboration designed by Virgil Abloh (like the one owned by Drake). However, as evidenced in Tate’s YouTube video below, this emerald-adorned watch was customized by a jeweler in Dubai.

The retail price of such a timepiece is unclear. But customizing haute horlogerie models with precious gems certainly does not come cheap.

The image provided is a screenshot from Top G Tate’s YouTube video showcasing this dazzling, one-of-a-kind Patek Philippe creation.

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

Andrew Tate Watch Collection

Tate seems to share similarities with Floyd Mayweather. Both men enjoy adorning their luxury timepieces with diamonds, a process known as “icing out.”

One of Tate’s iced-out watches is the Audemars Piguet Royal Oak Double Balance Wheel Openworked 15407ST.

The base watch features a stainless steel case, scratch-resistant sapphire crystal and caseback, a screw-locked crown, and a 50m water resistance rating. The dial has an open-worked slate gray design with pink gold applied hour markers and Royal Oak hands coated in luminescent material for visibility in low light conditions.

According to Audemars Piguet’s website: “The Royal Oak Double Balance wheel Openworked improves precision and stability by fixing a second balance wheel and balance spring onto the same axis. This patented geometry requires extremely complex manufacturing but greatly enhances performance.”

However, it seems Tate was unsatisfied with the $225,000 timepiece in its original form. He commissioned a Dubai jeweler to install diamonds onto the stainless steel case.

“Iced out” Audemars Piguet Royall Oak Offshore ‘Brick’ 264700OR – Andrew Tate Watch Collection

Andrew Tate Watch Collection

Tate’s third iced-out timepiece is the Audemars Piguet Royal Oak Offshore 26470OR, nicknamed “the brick.” This moniker refers to the enormous amount of 18k rose gold used in its construction.

Measuring 42mm in diameter, “the brick” has a remarkable weight of 334 grams (around three-quarters of a pound). For comparison, platinum weighs 60% more than gold. Yet the platinum Rolex Daytona “Ice Blue” Reference 116506 still only registers 282 grams on the scale.

The Royal Oak Offshore Reference 264700OR, fitted on an original rose gold bracelet, retails for almost $100,000. But Tate decided this wasn’t enough bling. He commissioned the watch to be fully iced out with baguette-cut diamonds.

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

Andrew Tate Watch Collection

The most complicated watch in Tate’s collection is the Jacob & Co. Bugatti Chiron Tourbillon 200.40.AE.AB.A.

Crafting the rose gold case alone takes a single artisan 120 hours across 578 individual components. Tate revealed Jacob & Co. spent over ten months producing this unique timepiece. That is even longer than building the actual Bugatti Chiron supercar itself!

Tate purchased the tourbillon to complement his limited-edition Bugatti Chiron Pur Sport, valued at a staggering €3.98 million (around $5 million at the time).

Jacob & Co. designed this watch as an homage to the Chiron’s flowing lines and engine block. The “engine” is placed under a massive sapphire crystal for all to admire.

Notable features include a 30-degree inclined flying tourbillon – the first ever for Jacob & Co. The tourbillon’s one-sided mounting provides mesmerizing views, enhanced further by the angled tilt.

The watch crowns sit along the bottom of the case. The left adjusts the time. The middle winds both the movement (60-hour power reserve) and animation. Pushing the right crown activates the animation.

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