Well fakes are well fakes and shouldn't be encouraged. If you like the style of a rolex then get a similar invicta, orient, seiko or whatever but from what I have seen the build of the fakes are getting way close to the real watches. And parts in the real watches are even more accessible considering simple ETA movements cost like $100-150, Selitta movements cost way less and they build a lot of their parts in china , Valjoux 7650 chronograph go as low as $300 on ebay and Seagull/Lemania movements seem to have gotten better now that ETA will no longer be supplying movements to watch manufaturers that are not in the swatch group, 316L grade stainless steel is the same in both real and fakes with the exception of Rolex which now uses another grade with more nickel (older rolex use the same 316L), sapphire glass cost like $30-50 and you can get an after market AR coating for an additional $40. So its hard to differentiate between the real watches and the fakes based on the above. I mean these guys even have a working Turbillon!!!
But one thing though, it will take the chinese years to accurately replicate the likes of Langes, Pateks, Glaschuttes, Breguets, JLCs, these are watches worth the investments IMO.