Question about Rolex Watches
I'm not 100% certain but I believe Role serial numbers are usually a mixture of letters and numbers. A couple of quick checks you can do are to open the back of the case and check the movement for a serial number and markings. Also another quick thing to note is the action of the second hand, does it "jump" or sweep round.
Posted on Mar 29, 2014
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: rolex daytona
Rolex does not engrave the case back. If it says 24 hours at Daytona, or wording like that, the watch is not real... It's a fake, or as we say more kindly.. It's a replica, and can be bought on any replica watch web site for $30 to $80, for an automatic mov't., 21J, made in China.
Also, the sub-dials will not function on this watch. A Daytona needs the proper movement to operate the chronograph as it was intended..... To act as a stopwatch.. and measure time... seconds, minutes and hours. This is done by activating pushers at 2 and 4 positions, and the pushers on 21J replicas just don't operate a chron. for the purpose of measuring time. They may move and measure something else, like military time, or the date, but definitely not record seconds, minutes or hours. There are also no manuals on how to operate the Daytona that comes with these replica watches. You should know how this watch functions and how to operate the pushers, and what they do before you should buy and enjoy this type of chronograph watch. It's simple, just take the time to ask people in the know... how the daytona works, what the sub-dials measure and how to use them, etc. In no time you'll understand the operation of this beautifully made watch. Unfortunately, a daytona is out of reach for most of us... That's why seeking out a quality rolex replica for much less money is the way to go if you love this watch... A quality one can look, feel, and function just as good as the authentic Daytona, and you won't have to out out over $10K to get one.
Posted on Mar 14, 2009
SOURCE: Real or Fake
Real cartier santos watches are engraved on the back of the watch not etched on the back like a fake. Also the word cartier is engraved on the clasp of the bracelet. Do not but unless these two conditions are satisfied.
Posted on May 24, 2009
Not true, it is real, I've got the same breitling and I know it's real. It's an emergency watch generally used by military personnel.
Posted on Dec 08, 2009
The quickest way to spot a fake Rolex is by the second hand. Is the second hand ticking or sweeping. If it's ticking it's fake. A real Rolex's second hand moves around the dial in one continuous movement.
Check for a small engraved crown on the crystal at 6 o'clock. Most fakes will have something similar. The difference is that the crown on a real one is almost impossible to see by just your eye.
Look for the word "Rolex" and the watch's serial number engraved at 6 o'clock under the crystal on the area between the crystal and the dial. While many fake Rolex watches post-2005 have this feature, they're usually printed, not engraved.
Most other ways relate to newer Rolex watches.
Hope this helps and hope it's the real deal.
Posted on Jan 01, 2010
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