Virat Kohli Watch Price
Virat Kohli. (Photo: Instagram)

What has made Virat Kohli an youth icon is not only his stunning exploits on the cricket field but also his fashion sense off the field. The India skipper has been ruling the cricket arena with his batting for a number of years now. He is widely regarded as the best batsman across formats.

At just 31, Kohli has hit a staggering 70 centuries and 104 half-centuries in international cricket. With 43 tons to his name, he is second in the list of most centuries in ODIs. He is the only player in the world with average of more than 50 in all the three formats of the game.

Apart from his batting and his personality on the field, his fashion sense is another factor that makes him so popular among the fans especially the youngsters. It won’t be wrong at all to say that the batting superstar is one of the biggest fashion icons of the country.

Virat Kohli
Virat Kohli (Credits: Twitter)

A look at his Instagram profile will be enough to convince anyone that Virat Kohli just loves to spend lavishly on clothes and other accessories. The India skipper also loves to spend big on timepieces and his recent Instagram post pretty much proves that.

Cost of Virat Kohli’s wrist watch:

Virat Kohli recently took to Instagram to post a picture of himself in which his wrist watch was pretty much the main attraction. The watch he was wearing is the Rolex Cosmograph Daytona. One of the main features of the exquisite watch is that it has a bezel engraved with a tachymetric scale, used to measure average speeds. The watch also includes three watch dials and scratch-resistant sapphire crystal.

Introduced way back in 1963, the Cosmograph Daytona was designed to meet the demands of professional racing drivers. It is still one of the most if not the most wrist watches among sportsmen.

Not unsurprisingly, the watch costs a good amount of fortune. According to Mensxp, Virat Kohli spent around Rs 8,60,700 to buy the masterpiece.

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