Andrew Tate Watch Collection

Andrew Tate is an American-British media personality who gained popularity during the days of his professional kickboxing career. Later, Andrew Tate decided to offer paid courses and memberships on his expertise. He also made headlines because of different controversies, such as his online fight against the Swedish environmental activist Greta Thunberg.

However, talking about his sense of fashion, watch enthusiasts never ignore his amazing watch collection. Andrew loves to wear luxury watches and has been seen wearing watches from leading brands several times. He has spent an enormous amount on his luxury watch collection. In this article, we will discuss the luxury watches he owns. If you also have a love for premium timepieces, you cannot miss it. 

Beyond the Ring: Andrew Tate’s Watch Legacy

Andrew Tate Watch Collection Infographic

1. Ulysse Nardin Maxi Marine Diver 266-10-3-93

He was seen wearing this watch in an Instagram photo during his vacation in Albania. It is an expensive 44m watch crafted with 18k rose gold. The watch is featured with a stunning blue dial with a unique wave pattern design. It also comes with bold hour markers along with luminescent fill and a red stripe in the dial center to increase prominence and visibility. The retail price of this watch is €29,800.

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

2. Hublot Classic Fusion Chronograph ‘Ceramic King’ 521.CO.1781.RX

Tate has two Hublot watches in his collection, and the first one is Hublot Classic Fusion Chronograph ‘Ceramic King’ 521.CO.1781.RX. The watch is entirely crafted of ceramic and offers a vintage look. It features self-winding movement and comes with a 45 mm case. The black motif dial increases the presentability of the watch, and it precisely matches the personality of Andrew Tate.

The amazingly crafted “Ceramic King” Hublot Classic Fusion Chronograph is a classic watch he has. The market price of the watch is $14,800.

 3. Iced-Out” Audemars Piguet Royal Oak Double Balance Wheel Openworked 15407ST

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

Iced-Out” Audemars Piguet Royal Oak Double Balance Wheel is a work of art. It comes with an open-worked dial with extraordinary finishing. The Royal Oak Double Balance Wheel features a stainless steel case, glare-proof sapphire crystal and case back, as well as a screw-locked crown. It is also a great watch for water activities, with 50m water-resistant properties. The slate gray open-worked dial comes with expertly designed royal Oak hands, luminescent coating, and pink gold applied to hour markers. The official website says that the Royal Oak Double Balance wheel can amazingly handle the stabilizing issues as it has a second balance wheel as well as the balance spring assembled together in the same access. 

However, Andrew wanted more from this watch and installed diamonds into the stainless steel case. The retail price of the watch without the diamonds is $225,000.

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4. “Iced-Out” Hublot Classic Fusion Chronograph 521.NX.7170.LR

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

“Iced-Out” Hublot Classic Fusion Chronograph is the second Hublot watch in this list that comes with a rubber strap and a titanium case. The watch bezel is also made of titanium. On the contradiction, there is a blue composite resin “bezel lug” artistically placed between the bezel and the case.

Powered by a Hublot Caliber HUB1143, the Classic Fusion Chronograph comes with 280 components and 59 jewels. The 42-hour power reserve is great for a personality like Andrew Tate.

Just like the previous one mentioned in the list, Tate engraved diamonds into the casing of this watch as well. The diamonds not only enhanced the beauty of the watch but also made the blue dial stand out.

 5. “Iced out” Audemars Piguet Royal Oak Offshore ‘Brick’ 264700OR

Andrew Tate wearing  "Iced out" Audemars Piguet Royal Oak Offshore 'Brick' 264700OR

Audemars Piguet Royal Oak Offshore comes with 18k rose gold, which justifies the watch’s nickname: The Brick. The watch diameter is 44 mm. As the watch is made of platinum which is 60% more dense than gold, Audemars Piguet Royal Oak Offshore is quite heavy and weighs 334 grams. 

The watch with the factory rose gold bracelet costs something around $100,000, which is different from the one seen on the wrist of Andrew Tate. Tate has the one with baguette diamonds. The incorporation of baguette diamonds has made the watch even more appreciable.

6. Custom Made Patek Philippe with Emerald 

This watch is bit different from all other watches mentioned in the list as it is a completely custom-made Patek Phillipe Nautilus watch covered with emeralds. Previously, it was mistaken as the Patek Philippe custom-made watch design owned by Drake. However, after the videos appeared on different social media platforms, including Instagram and YouTube ( You can check the video posted by Top G Tate), it was clear that the watch is custom-made by a jeweler in Dubai. 

 It is still unknown how much he paid for this one.

7. Jacob and Co. Bugatti Chiron Rose Gold

Andrew Tate wearing Jacob and Co. Bugatti Chiron Rose Gold

The last watch on this list but also the most complicated one. Jacob & Co. Bugatti Chiron Tourbillon 200.40.AE.AB.A comes with a rose gold case which is extremely special and takes a single craftsman 120 hours to make it. In an interview, Tate himself revealed that Jacob & Co. took more than 10 months to craft this watch. Tate bought this watch especially to complement his limited-edition Bugatti Chiron Pur Sport.

 This specially designed timepiece case is inspired by the beautiful lines of the Chiron and the movement, or “engine block.” It also intended to duplicate the Bugatti engine, which is fixed under the unbreakable Sapphire crystal. One can look through the crystal to witness the beauty of the case.

The Bugatti Chiron Tourbillon comes with a 30º inclined tourbillon. It was the very first time when Jacob & Co. had ever used an inclined tourbillon. The “flying” part signifies that the regulating organ is only supported on one side. The 30º inclination allows users to see the amazing complications of the watch. 

 There are three crowns at the bottom of the case to set the time, the movement of the animation and to start the animation. There is no doubt that the timepiece is complicated and one of the most expensive ones on the list. 

From Writer

 We cannot help admiring the amazing choice of watches Andrew Tate has. If you also love premium quality watches, you will surely admire all of the above-mentioned pieces of art. 

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