Lady fake Rolex Watches
If you're in the market to buy a Rolex watch, you need to know how to spot a fake. I've done some research and wanted to share with you what I learned so you can be an educated consumer. After all, both new and pre-owned Rolex watches are an investment and you don't want to be throwing your money away on a counterfeit piece of jewelry.
According to estimates by the Swiss Customer Service, there are some 30 to 40 million counterfeit watches put into circulation each year. That means your chances of coming across one are significant. However, after reading this guide, I hope you will have an idea of what a fake Rolex looks like and you won't become a victim of an unscrupulous seller. In addition I've researched what I believe to be five of the best trusted eBay Powersellers that specialize in Rolex watches and accessories. If you would like to check out these sellers' stores and auctions to see what they have for sale, you can find the link to my review and their current listings (updated automatically) on my About Me page.
Swiss Customs estimates that 40% of counterfeit watches come from China. The BaselWorld annual watch trade show attracts people from China whose actual job it is to take pictures of the watches on display from prestigious watch brands. As a result, a counterfeit version of a new or prototypical design is often launched in the marketplace before the real, authentic version is.
There are different types of counterfeits:
There are two groups of counterfeit watches. The first group consists of low-priced imitations that keep time. A cheap counterfeit watch sports the name of a prestigious designer brand, but lacks the functions and design. The second group involves counterfeit watches made to resemble the original designer watch. There are some higher-priced imitation watches that are made from higher quality materials and have gold-colored parts and leather straps.