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This may sound like a bit of an exaggeration, but where you buy vintage replica watches is actually more important than what you buy. This is now a multi-million dollar industry, and that kind of money always attracts its fair share of ne’er-do-wells. We’ve already mentioned the problem of fakes and misrepresented Frankenwatches, but it bears repeating. There are plenty of them out there, corrupt businessmen just waiting to take advantage of these careless people and take away their hard-earned money in piles. omega
If we take just one example, maybe the most famous sports watch of them all, the Rolex Submariner. It is believed there are now more counterfeit Subs in circulation than there are of the real thing. So, where is the best place to buy from?
Among them, a dedicated online, reputable dealer may offer the best all-around choice of convenience, selection, and protection for novice buyers. First of all, it is easy to find your watch through these websites. You can filter your search by brand or model – or if you don’t have a particular piece in mind, either the type or simply the material. For these reasons, we do not recommend eBay or Craigslist. We also do NOT recommend purchasing from a private seller unless you have an expert to assist you.
The most reputable platforms have greatly qualified experts on hand to authenticate each and every fake watch that goes through their hands, and they often offer warranties and money-back guarantees – which are worth their weight in gold – should anything be found to be amiss after the sale. They will possibly also have flexible and secure payment options, keeping your money safe until you are in possession of the replica omega watch.
The major auction houses are certainly reputable, but your options will be limited and you may have to wait until the sale itself to buy the omega watch you want. In addition, all the major auction houses charge a commission to the buyer, which means you pay about 25 percent more than the winning bid. That means you often overpay for the watch.