|Rolex or Replica?|
Are you able to tell the difference between a genuine original Swiss Made Rolex and an immitation?
We take a closer Look!
Take notice of the "Date" window.
The left image represents Genuine Rolex magnification,
The right image represents a counterfeit Rolex watch.|
This is one of the best immitation Rolex watches on the market today
It even has what appears to be a Hologram sticker on the caseback.
The exception is that counterfeit stickers are not holograms, simply a green "Rolex" overlay pattern which does not change in appearance when viewed from different angles.
Look at the crown on the clasp
and even stamped 18KT, 750, and Rolex on the inside of the clasp..,
OK.., you've seen the appearance from the outside. Looks great right?
The message inside.., Loosly translated reads: Shit in Your Hand Look closely
and Shit in Your Hand is exactly what they sold you..., laughing all the way to the bank.
Here's a close up of the message from China with love.
Located on the inside of what you thought was an 18 Karat Gold Rolex Day Date watch.
So to be sure YOU don't end up with SHITINERAND, The best thing to do is to let a qualified watchmaker determine if the watch is a genuine Rolex or Replica.
A genuine Swiss made Rolex
mechanical automatic movement is considered a "fast beat" movement, functioning at the rate of
28,800 beats per hour or 8 times per second. This high frequency oscillation creates an illusion of a smooth sweeping motion.
Counterfeits commonly use a low grade quartz movement, which
will tick one time per second -- while newer counterfeits utilize low grade mechanical movements featuring a
sweep, they lack the smooth fluid motion found in a Genuine Swiss Made Rolex watch.
Take a moment to look very closely at this sweeping motion and you will discover some tell tale facts to avoid getting ripped off.