Happy Friday, readers! Today on the blog we’re debuting a new Friday feature – our web series. This week, I explain some quick and easy ways to spot a fake Rolex watch.
If you’re a regular reader, you know the admiration we have for Rolex timepieces. And if you’re not a regular reader, welcome – and I hope you stick around. Rolexes are revered as status symbols and sound financial investments because they are perfect, or as close to perfect as you can get. As they say, imitation is the best form of flattery, and Rolexes are imitated quite often – just not with the level of perfection that this global luxury brand represents.
We’ve written before about how to spot a fake Rolex, but thought that it might be helpful to make a video showing you just how to discern a faux from the real deal. Enjoy!
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