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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Real or Fake
check a bunch of things...even great fakes slip up on one or two details
check the luminous markers, are they painted well?
check the bezel luminous marker, does it match an authentic?
check the wing logo on the dial
look at the font for the date
look at the band pins (they should be screws-round or flat depending on model)
check the crystal, should have no reflection and a purple hue when viewed at an angle
under the lugs will be a date etched in to the case
the bezel will have a small "B" etched in between 11 and 12 on the side, not the face
Bottom line, unless you have paperwork in hand and a verification that the seller bought it from Breitling, you are probably looking at a fake
Posted on Jul 06, 2009
First test is very simple: how does it look? Is it an existing model on sale, many times you will find new creations on marketplace which still needs to be invented by Bulgari themselves.
See the finish, is it correct. Figures, logo, etc. How does it feel, smooth, not too light, how does the crown works (solid) and the brace/strap, no rough edges on the case?
If you don't feel ashamed go a dealer and ask if this is genuine!
Numbers on the back say nothing, these are copied as well like software license key. Check this site: www.bvlgari.com
Posted on Nov 06, 2010
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