Beginners guide to spotting a fake: Rolex, Omega or Tag Heuer

July 17, 2015 1 min read

If you are looking to buy a luxury watch then you will be aware that there are many fake or replica versions of the popular models out there. They are normally produced in high quantity in a mass production factory. Such watches are often for sale for around the same or slightly lower price than the genuine pieces. They are actually worth nothing and could land you in trouble if you are in possession of one. Watches2u.com have come up with a handy infographic with top tips in spotting a fake Omega, Rolex or Tag Heuer timepieces.

Spotting A Fake Rolex, Omega Or Tag Heuer Watch, Infographic
Spotting A Fake Rolex, Omega Or Tag Heuer Watch, Infographic by Watches2U.

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