If a watch had stopped being produced years ago, i.e a 1675 Rolex GMT, is it morally right to buy a replica Rolex watches of one? I understand that replicas in general are wrong, and I personally would never buy one if the product was still available.
No, in my view of the world it is never moral to buy a Replica Watch that does not make it clear it’s a replica.
The “it’s not manufactured any longer” argument is just a rationalization to allow yourself to do something you know is wrong.
One can object to luxury brands or not. One can objects to brands or not. But one can not object to reality. As Jordan Peterson says, reality will catch up with you.
Where else can one find a Swiss mechanism made Replica by the makers of Rolex, Breguet, Panerai, Omega, Rado, Longines, Tag Heuer, Tissot, etc., for the price, a ReplicaMagic is UNBEATABLE…!
You are not under duress. There is literally no need for you to own or wear any luxury good: luxury is superfluous by definition. You can not invoke need as a mitigating circumstance in your favor. If you need to tell the time, a $5 used genuine Casio will tell you the time more accurately and reliably than any mechanical watch replica. If you want to tell the time in style, you can probably buy a stylish watch from one of the many “Valjoux movement repackers” who designed a watch—or at least the outside of it, and sell it under their name, with no false pretensions that they designed their movement in-house.
Undoubtedly I would go with a replica watch. They have a strong heritage, often dominates the lower price category in the market, and they even cater to the higher end with their swiss replica watches. Seriously a replica watch on replicamagic is about $150 and is an automatic.