Identifying A Counterfeit Rolex

A Rolex watch is a product that, for many, never goes beyond a dream almost impossible to achieve. However, if that moment of life comes when you have the budget and the determination for such a purchase, it is essential to do so with the certainty that you are going to hang an authentic copy of your wrist.

The counterfeits of these products have been refined to the point that it is challenging to differentiate one truth of your copy.

The Belt

Since it was presented in 1963, the Rolex Daytona has been associated with the chronometric demands of high-competition drivers, becoming and a “reference for car enthusiasts and speed, ” as explained on the Rolex website. For this reason, the strap has always been a fundamental safety element for the users of this counterfeit brand watch (นาฬิกาแบรนด์ก๊อป ,which is the term in Thai) , and no effort has been spared in its design and development.

The Sphere, From Afar, Traced

In this case, the bezel and the sphere of the authentic Rolex model are manufactured with Cerachrom, the material patented by the Swiss brand and whose purpose is “to guarantee its beauty and lasting functionality even after being exposed to the most extreme conditions,” as they explain on the watchmaking website.

The Letters And Their Polishing

However, if we go into more detail, we can see some differences inside the letters. According to Rolex, “to achieve optimal readability, the numbers and graduations are engraved or molded into the ceramics and then coated with a thin layer of gold or platinum through a PVD process. The final polishing removes the gold or platinum from the rest of the surface of the bevel, giving it an exceptional and lasting glow, “and that is where the copy fails, as you will see in the following image. Look closely at the finishing of the numbers.

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