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Hardik Pandya is known for his style and charisma both on and off the field. The 26-year-old flaunts his lavish lifestyle on social media which everyone envy. The Indian all-rounder has newly been seen boasting his new jaw-dropping wristwatch in his news posts. Pandya who reportedly earns a whopping Rs 24.87 crore from cricket and endorsement lives his life king size.

Like all well-known athletes Pandya to likes wristwatches and cherishes to wear it to make a style statement. The new thing of beauty of Pandya’s wrist lately costs more than what an average person will ever earn in their lifetime.

In his various Instagram posts, the swashbuckling cricketer is seen donning the incredible Rolex Oyster Perpetual Daytona Cosmograph in 18k yellow gold. The one of a kind watch is marked after the famous Daytona Speedway in the US who is one of the world’s leading chronographs.

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A few weeks back Indian skipper Virat Kohli was also seen flaunting his fashionable wristwatch. The Cosmograph Daytona shelled Rs 8,60,700 out of Kohli’s purse. But the value of Kohli’s watch is nowhere near that of the new accessory of Hardik Pandya, which will leave everyone spellbound.

 

Price of Hardik Pandya’s watch

Pandya’s ticker is the most notable Rolex power watches 36 trapeze-cut diamonds on the bezel. Dimond on the watches are very rare but if you are one of the leading Indian cricketers in the world like Pandya it is quite attainable. Rolex Oyster Perpetual Daytona Cosmograph in total features 243 diamonds.

The actual price of Hardik Pandya’s expensive possessed watch is a freakish Rs 1.01 crore (excluding taxes). The Golden colour watch immediately catches your eye and makes you drool over its elegance.

Meanwhile, Hardik Pandya was last seen playing an international game last year. He was struggling in the last couple of years and got the surgery done for his back injury. The all-rounder was all set to return during the home series against South Africa earlier this year. Unfortunately, the situation due to the COVID-19 pandemic got worse and BCCI had to postpone the series.

Now it is highly likely that Pandya will be seen representing the Mumbai Indians later this year in the IPL. According to the latest buzz, the IPL is all set to commence from September-November behind closed doors in the gulf of UAE.