What exactly is a replica watch?
If you're looking to buy your first replica, there is a whole lot of misleading terms and shady tactics sellers use to hoodwink potential customers. We start by going into the 2 most common terms being thrown around.Start your tour
There's no such thing.
Replicas will always have a slight difference from their original counterparts, whether this differences are visible or not. If true 1:1 clones did exist, wouldn't people will be selling them as originals, not replicas?
Some things are too good to be true, and this is one of them.
Nothing special as well, really.
AAA+ is just a sticker on a watch, nothing more. There is no governing body grading replica watches, so a manufacturer can stick whatever he thinks is best.
Fun fact: These stickers started off as 'A grade' stickers. Over the years, manufacturers wanted to make their watches sound better, so they stuck an 'AA', then an 'AAA' and now an 'AAA+'.
What is a good replica then?
The best replicas are made from the same materials, finished with the same quality, and are visually almost identical to their original counterparts.
In most of our replicas, the biggest tells are when you open up the watch and look at the mechanism within.
Dismantling a replica or bringing it to an experienced watchsmith will definitely identify it as a replica, but we would say someone asking to do that to your watch is highly unlikely.
Which watch is for you?
The good news is: we have done the hard part for you.
Finding good quality replicas is our job, yours is simply to pick one you like!
Important: For the majority of you, we strongly recommend you select Newbie mode when shopping. Here we have already hand-picked what we feel are the best buys so you really only have to choose the model you like.
Advanced mode is for the fanatical buyer, who knows the difference between all 20 variants of the same watch made by different factories. We do not recommend going there yet!
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