|Originally posted by Andrikos
I must say that your recommendation of "fake" watches got me really thinking of buying one.
Have you had any purchases from the moscowstore? Are they recommended?
I like fine watches but like many here, I'm too hard on them...
I guess being left-handed doesn't help either... ;)
Interesting because I too am left handed.
As for the Moscow store I have had no first hand experience.
What you need to know about these sites is "let the consumer beware".
I bought my Rolex replica from a site based in Arizona. I first bought the Submariner . It cost me $225. It was so good that I couldn't believe it. The weight, look, sweep hand and accuracy was amazing. I subsequently bought a Daytona for my son and it too was terrific. I even had a problem with the Daytona. I called them and they sent me a new one the next day.
The issue is as QQQ questioned, they will eventually get shut down by Rolex ( as Moscowstore did--Rolex now sold by one of their sister sites). Obviously if they are out of country they can work better BUT the risk you take is that you may never see your money or the watch. Bear in mind that if you pay with a credit card you are always able to dispute the charge if you never see the product.
As for my site in Arizona, I am sad to say that they were closed down. It is difficult to assume that other sites will have as good a product as the one that I received so, yes, it is a gamble.
I bought the Rolex Submariner in a blue bezel with a gold wristband. Most of these replicas are made in China. My experience is only with Rolex. Most of these websites will sell replicas of just about every make and brand. Maybe I just got lucky.
You can also do a Google search of replica watches. You will be amazed at how many turn up. But--let the buyer beware.