Sylvester Stallone Watch Collection. What kind of watches does Sylvester Stallone like? Apparently, he is a fan of Panerai and Rolex watches. His Panerai collection includes Panerai Egiziano limited edition, Panerai Luminor Submersible Chrono, and a Panerai Marina military watch. Meanwhile, his Rolex watch collection includes a Day Date and a Submariner.
So let us check out the Sylvester Stallone watch collection, shall we?
Panerai Egiziano Limited Edition. It is mentioned on Stallone’s wikipedia page that he fell in love with Panerai the first time he saw it. Here’s a quote attributed to the action star about his Panerai love at first sight: “I immediately felt when I saw the watch that it had star power. Besides, it’s perfect for people who are over 45 years old,’ he added in reference to the ease of reading large-format watches.”
Here’s Sly wearing his Panerai Egiziano Limited Edition. If we are not mistaken, the Egiziano is the largest Panerai wristwatch at 60mm diameter.
Panerai Luminor Submersible Chronograph 1000m. Our Sly takes a walk while wearing his Panerai Mens Luminor Submersible Chrono 1000m Slytech Titanium Watch. [Want more Panerai watches?]
Take a more detailed look, will yah!
Panerai Marina Military Watch. Stallone sports a badass Panerai Marina watch in this still photo from one of his many Rambo movies.
Let’s take a closer look at a Panerai Marina.
Rolex Submariner Watch. Is this a Rolex Submariner ad featuring action star Sylvester Stallone. Or maybe he’s advertising a brand of coffee? Nah. He’s advertising the Rolex thing. And then he went on to have a lot of botox. Hehe.
Another photo of Sly with a Rolex Submariner. What’s with the fur coat and stuff? Is he auditioning to be the tranny friend of Liza Minnelli or something?
Rolex Day Date. We’re guessing that the next photo below is from the set of Staying Alive, a dance movie directed by our Sylvester which starred “dance king actor” John Travolta. Our Sly is wearing a Rolex Day Date watch.
Sylvester Stallone Watch Collection was originally published 27 August 2010. Updated 14 February 2017.