Welcome to another installment of “My Watch Story,” a video series starring readers and their most prized replica watches. The submissions continue to stream in, and we couldn’t be happier to share them with the watch community. Today, we have one new story submitted by Jason Chu.

Feeling inspired, or just discovering this project? Please scroll down to the bottom of the page to learn how to submit your own video. But first, we hope you enjoy this installment of Rolex Air-King copy with Swiss automatic movement.

Jason, from Seattle, WA, is the owner of a Rolex Air-King fake with steel case that was given to Domino’s franchisees upon meeting sales goals. This particular watch originally belonged to a franchisee in California in the late 1990s, and is engraved with his initials. A self-described “economic casualty” of COVID-19, Jason sees it as a memento of someone’s professional success – and got it for good luck, wearing it during phone screenings as he went through the process of interviewing for new jobs.

Ready To Submit Your Own Best Fake Watch Story? Here’s How It Works
1. Pick one watch that is very special to you, and get your camera phone ready.

2. Record a video telling us your most interesting or meaningful story about your watch. Let’s say 2-3 minutes is the sweet spot – if you go longer, that’s okay. (And please remember to introduce yourself: your name and where you are from.)

3. Get creative, keep it clean, and have fun!

4. Take some photos on the wrist and a few shots of the watch so that we can proudly display them on our site. Horizontal, please.