How easy is it to spot a replica Rolex

The fakes are getting BETTER every day. Rolex replica watches, and other replicas have become inexpensive and most important of all, a high quality, therefore it is very important to chose the right replica retailer. Computer-aided design and high-tech CNC machinery means that the counterfeiters can produce watches that can be NEARLY VISUALLY IDENTICAL to the genuine watch! Without knowing what tell-tale signs to look for, the average watch buyer may fall prey to scammers and fraud. Recently, we’ve seen watches sell for THOUSANDS of dollars that were easily identifiable as fakes.

Rolex and other replicas are available throughout the Internet and search on Google, Yahoo, etc. reveals hundreds of websites that sell replica watches. In order to find out if they are legitimate or if they are nothing but scams. Always be careful when buying a replica watch

The easiest way to tell a Breitling Replica from a genuine one is on the movement. Make sure the movement is automatic AND the chronographs work. How do you tell? An automatic movement has a sweeping second hand. In other words, the second hand does not tick once every second, instead, it sweeps smoothly through a series of very, very fine ticks. To look for genuine chronographs, try to operate them by pressing little buttons on the side. The chronographs should be able to act as stop watches, and NOT just keep track of the seconds, hours and day. Fake chronographs either don’t work, or can’t act as timers.

The rest of the watches are very hard to tell apart from their genuine counterparts. It is because genuine Rolex watches are so detailed and distinct that even replica manufacturers miss the fine details. The best way is always to get a picture of a genuine watch from an authorized site or catalog, and compare it to the one you are purchasing from. Chances are, there are some differences. For example, on Cartier Replica, the Roman numeral markers in a lot of cases are larger than on the genuine ones. The SIZES are by far the easiest things to look for. Almost in every replica in the world, you will notice that even if the engravings/markings are correct, the sizes are always off slightly. Either the Roman numeral markers are smaller, the luminescent markers are smaller, or commonly, the minute/hour hands are not the same size and shape.

One major problem found on most replicas is that each replica may be slightly different. This is regardless of whether it is a Swiss, Japanese, or even Asians. Some are made with more markings than others; some are made with more gold plating than others

Fake Rolexes and fake Panerai are very popular currently. I advise all my readers at www.replicawatchesplus.com to do their research before buying. Some of the fake Rolexes are very close, and require careful study to identify. If the price is unrealistically low, buyers beware! Replica Watches shows you the ins and outs of counterfeit watches. No more wondering if that Submariner is real or a replica!