There are some things that you need to check out and gather information about before placing your order for a replica watch. Make sure that you ask the following questions and by analyzing the retailer’s response you will know for sure what kind of business they are conducting.
Do the watches come with water resistance?
This is a very important question because water can easily damage your watch if you decide to buy it. The replica retailer should sell watches with some waterproof, but it’s pretty hard to check that out since nobody would take the risk of placing their own watch underwater just to see whether it is waterproof or not.
Are the replica watches crafted in gold?
A lot of replica watch manufacturers could lie about this and promise you a gold watch. However, for an average price a gold watch is impossible, so if the retailer promises that, they are probably lying. On the other hand, a watch that is gold plated may be a good alternative and definitely cheaper.
What is the refund policy?
If the retailer is vague about their refund policy or it comes with hard to understand or very narrow conditions, you should definitely stay away from them. Never trust or buy from a retailer that doesn’t allow unsatisfied customers to return their watches or products easy. The watches they could send you could be broken or damaged so it’s better to know from the start that you can always get the money back.
Where is the replica watch made?
Look for retailers that make replica watches in Switzerland, Germany or United States, but also those located in Hong Kong or Japan. Avoid those located in China or Bangkok.
If you are manufacturing Japanese replicas, does the chronograph on them work well?
The problem with the chronograph on Japanese replica watches is the fact that some of them do not function like the ones on the genuine watches, so it is important to know the answer to this question. Actually, only Swiss replica watches come with a good working chronograph and they usually cost a lot more than the Japanese ones.
Last modified: January 25, 2013