Fake watches have been a part of our society for a very long time now and people are choosing them over genuine watches due to their affordable price. However, there are many people that are reluctant to buy such a watch due to the fact that people usually think that it is low quality. Retailers always try to scam their customers into paying a big sum for replica watches that are actually made in China so don’t let yourself be fooled by that. A lot of them will try to advertise the replica watch to be Italian grade, but that’s a lie and you will eventually end up with a replica watch made in China.
There are many Chinese factories located in Guangdong province in south west of China, where thousands of people are working to create some of the replica watches that are being sold worldwide. Actually, even the replica watches that are made in Japan come equipped with Chinese mechanisms, which makes them less reliable than other types of watches. A lot of retailers out there will try to scam you into buying their Japanese grade watches or Italian grade watches, but actually most of these “grades” have been invented so that customers would buy. This happened from the beginning of the online replica watches, before they were so popular on the internet and retailers needed a way to make sure that people are buying their cheap replicas.
These watches are first sold in markets around China for little money; actually, they get there straight from the factory after they have been made. These markets are absolutely huge and they contain everything you would ever imagine. These watches are then bought by someone, but that’s not the person that sells you the replica watch you’ve been meaning to buy, that’s a middleman. He sells them to, perhaps, another person or directly to your seller. Your seller than puts the low quality watch on their website, with pictures taken from other websites with better quality watches and fools you into buying their product by telling you it is Italian grade or Japanese grade.
Last modified: February 6, 2013