Hope your having a great day, currently I am looking to buy a watch for my collegue within my work place, which I will never see again a few weeks later, but instead of buying the real deal, I want to buy a replica, plus I really can’t afford one at the moment, so here I am.
I stumbled across your website and liked the “THE NEW SUBMARINER DATE
116610LN REPLICA WATCH CERAMIC BEZEL WITH GENUINE SWISS ETA 2836 MOVEMENT #8716” as this is the best model of real 1:1 scale footage in the whole website.
I want a replica watch but want the most realistic “Rolex” watch. I have looked at replica watches and read that most of the watches give it away by the magnifying glass section. Is this an issue with your Rolex Replica Watches?
Is the sweeping second hand as smooth as the real Rolex?
The logos are on right places? On the watch and the and the bands? Is there
laser imprints on at the 6 o clock? Logo graving etc and is the bands adjustable just like the real thing?
You can pretty much tell I want the best possible replica, if the one I’m looking at isn’t so? Can you direct me to one through a possible link? I need the most 1:1 replica.
As well as this when sending the watch does it come with the original “replica” casing and boxes as it would do when you are buying Replica Watches UK?
If you can get back to me as soon as possible, I totally would appreciate it, and I’m hoping to hear from you soon.
However I fail to see how any customers use your site in good faith. Your site is not encrypted so my bank deals would be open to the world. And using money transfer offers no security when you do not deliver on a product. What guarantees can you offer that the items will actually arrive in full working order? You claim to reply to every email within 24 hours but so far your average is above 36. If you lie about that information how can you expect anyone to trust you and your site? PayPal is a fair and trustworthy payment option. Why do you not use them if your business has nothing to hide ?
I’m not sure how this series will go, but do give it a go every once in a while. Don’t over use this format, and keep it light. Humor could be the key to this series, intelligent humor I mean, not trashy or hysterical as some ‘actors’ on YouTube go in for. No, I can’t help you with the real versus fake Rolex stuff. I don’t have that keen an eye. What I can say for sure and certain is that I wouldn’t pay AU$500, let alone GBP5,000 for anything on-line via eBay without being absolutely sure about what I was getting. For Rolex replica watches and other high-end expensive items it’s off to the certified dealer or approved AD for me. Again, thanks for having the guts to have a go at something new occasionally, and keep it so we see the fun in the process of sucks or not!
Good advice. You’re 100% right in identifying advertisement as the number one way to be as sure as possible of authenticity. As far as eBay goes, I think that the common buy the seller’ advice people receive can have an unfortunate unintended effect, because people assume it means buying other people’s satisfaction with the seller (feedback etc), and they abdicate their own responsibility for research and verification as a result. I think what many people miss is that fakes are an industry, so being established as a seller can be a good thing or a warning sign. Personally, my top choice below going to the AD or buying from someone known to you personally would be to look for the random individual guy eBay his car, DVD player, laptop and Rolex with full box and papers (because it indicates that he probably wouldn’t be selling the Rolex at all if he didn’t need the money), and then get him to go with you to the AD he originally bought the watch from to have it verified – and the cost of the authentication comes out of the money you pay him when you know it’s real. Plenty of people selling on eBay offer this arrangement upfront.
They’re just glued on an authentic Rolex too, and they fall off them too. It’s probably a dry movement. You should never “flick” turn the crown like that on any watch ever! The cost to Rolex to make one is about the same as what the replicas normally cost, I don’t think Rolex needs their own fanboys to defend them from anything other than how exploitative their prices are and how their corporation’s use of the “charity” designation is probably the epitome of misuse of the meaning of the term at all levels.
I was surprised to hear that as well, but I’m just a guy who collects watches, and no kind of expert or industry professional like Bolt, so I don’t have any specific reason to doubt that particular claim made in the video. In that film, he doesn’t state whether the advertisement in question examined the movement or not. All I know is that he knows a hell of a lot more about replica watches UK and the industry than I do, so I thought the observation was worth passing on.
I used to work in a jewellers and have taken many links out of bracelets but none have ever fallen apart on me like this.
Surely not providing goods that are of good standard would decrease your business sales and give you a bad reputation.
Please can you send a replacement bracelet so my daughter can wear the watch.
I’m one of your customers and I have been trying to purchase watch item number 7104 and watch item number 1433 the information page is not allowing me to do so I just want to place my order and pay for the items also is there any chance of you replacing my damaged watch with item number 1433 which is around the same price I would take as a good will gesture and hope to buy more products from you in the near future.
I put order in for two new replica watches UK and asked if instead of sending new clasp can you send me new watch because it will be a problem getting someone to fix it. As I have said before I will take this as a good will gesture and would look forward to buying more watches in the near future. The order number for new items is 14327382 the item numbers are 7104 ,1433 and the one I am asking to be replaced is 4131.
I have attached 2 photos. The first is your photo, which you allegedly took yourself of your actual watches. The second is what we have received from you.
– 50 year anniversary should be 1962-2012 not 2013
– bottom small round circle number should be of 1-12 not 10-60
– and no numbers should be visible around the big numbers on the outer skirt.
The whole idea of us buying from you was that you stated you have taken the pictures yourself, which is quite the same to the original watch. The watch is nothing like you have described.
The watch is working fine but once adjusted the crown will not go back in, it just keeps popping back out. If you spend about ten minutes it will finally stop in. Please help as I cannot afford to have lost £100. I am 75 years old and although it is a copy it is something I have always wanted.
My daughters have also checked the watch ( who is a doctor) and they cannot get the crown to stay in after adjustment.