Generally, the gem-set replica watches aren't fit for all. On one hand, all that ice racks up the price tag, and for another, it takes a certain type of person to appreciate the — occasionally over-the-top — artistry it takes to make a watch shine like the proverbial crazy diamond or sapphire. However, even though it's none of your business, you can't deny the power and efficiency. One of the main standouts of Basel 2019, the latest model to get the replica Rolex's popular rainbow bezel treatment is the fake Ever-rose Daytona, and it is a knockout. On top of the usual Daytona awesomeness, you get 36 baguette sapphires on the bezel and another 56 diamonds on the case. The final touch is the pink gold crystal registers. You need to see this watch IRL to appreciate just how amazing it is. The second and indeed final, rainbow set watch on this list could not be any more stylistically different to the Daytona. Hublot's big tonneau, the Spirit of Big Bang pairs its gem-set bezel with a barely-there sapphire case. And even if the watch is transparent, there is zero chance this replica Hublot is slipping under the radar. There is so much going on here. There's a green mother of pearl dial, an exquisitely sculpted microscopic gold forest. And that's before we get to the dude riding on a chariot carried by a butterfly. But you know what, even amid all that opulence, the exceptional sub-dial, and fully set with baguette-cut diamonds steals the show. Holding this replica watch was another real highlight of Baselworld for me. Boasting a whopping 950 diamonds, weighing up to an equally whopping 22.68 carats, this watch is complete decadence. But there's more to it than just the frosting. The movement is Chanel's third in-house effort, the impressively skeletonized Calibre 3. As far as I am concerned, though, the real highlight was that bracelet, which, even though it's heavy with gold and ice, moves as supplely as silk. There's pink, and then there's PINK. Franck Muller's Gravity, with its supersized tourbillon, is already a head-turner, but case it in the most bubblegum of bubblegum pinks and cover it with a liberal dusting of diamonds and you've got a watch that's a flat-out showstopper. Yes, it's billed as a lady's watch, and yes, it's a quartz model. But can I see myself wearing this 35.6mm steel watch with 46 diamonds weighing down the bezel? Of course, that's the sure thing.