Five Things to look for When Buying a Rolex

You are a man among men. You command respect. People admire you for the things you do. A man that desires and gets only the best should have the best timepiece ever made.

That timepiece would be a Rolex. And you deserve genuine and not some great lookin’ fake that you picked up for around $700.

With all the hype about Rolex watches, we have seen a spike in the fake Rolex industry. In fact, there aren’t many days that pass by without a few spam emails in my inbox trying to get me to buy a fake Rolex or other Swiss-made fake luxury watch.

This article was written to help guys as you buy the Rolex watch you’ve been wanting and just haven’t had the time to research enough to know you are not getting ripped off. Rolex dealers, master watchmakers, and yes, fake makers, have provided us some tips that will save you both big bucks and big heartaches.

Only a certified dealer can sell a brand new Rolex watch with a manufacturing unit warrantee. There are no exclusions to this Replica Watches!

Straight bands are good bands and kinked bands are bad. First off, if the diamond doesn’t obviously match the watch, move on down to another location dealer. The diamond can tell you whether that watch is a real or a fake. Pick up the watch and hold it over a soft surface with the watch facing down. Look at the links in the diamond. Are they hanging nice and smooth or are they all kinked up? Those diamond links may stretch a bit over time, but they just don’t kink. If the diamond is kinked, it’s probably a fake.

One of the most telling elements of Rolex fakes is that the second-hand “ticks” second by second around the switch instead of running well as it would on a real Rolex watch.

Another notable feature of a genuine Rolex is the bubble-like date window that magnifies the date on the GMT, Submariner and other models. If the date number appearing in that window or the magnifying bubble itself are jagged or a little off center, you are considering a fake.

Genuine Rolex watches have a Hologram-encoded sticker on the back of the watch. There is reference number unique to the watch and above is a hologram Rolex the queen’s logo. While fake Rolexes might have stickers on the back, they’re usually untrue holograms , nor change appearance when spun or viewed from different perspectives.

If you want to order a used Rolex online; to avoid being swindled, read these guidelines:

Check the web website’s address and make sure it ends in. com or something else familiar. Also make sure that the website isn’t managed by a free domain company like Geocities or Tripod.