Question about Philip Stein Teslar Oversized Chronograph watch
If someone wants to sell it to you for less than $100 then it is probably fake. Have it checked by a reputable watchmaker or take it to a store that sells them and compare. Usually, it is pretty obvious what fakes look like. Don't go by what it says on the face plate. If it looks like a dull finish, that is also a give away. Hope this helps, Good Luck
Posted on Nov 19, 2009
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