Discussion in 'Classic Menswear' started by BigRob, Oct 31, 2013.
This is a joke right?
QUALITY . VINTAGE. WATCH. - yes in caps. a beautiful watch can be had cheap if you know what to look for. like an omega seamaster = $450!!! put a new band on that, get it serviced. and you have a "REAL" watch. just ebay search "Omega" or you can try "Oris" enjoy.
Close this pointless thread please, someone.
Opposite of pointless. Specific question, potentially valuable answers.
Why do SF members indulge these kinds of questions?
Anyone who posts on this thread should not address the question asked. You're only encouraging more posts like these.
No it is pointless and your specific questions don't have any valuable answers.
I hate to call you wrong, but you're wrong. Sample valuable answer:
Quote: Another sample:
Quote: A third (I like lists of three):
Quote: And so forth.
He doesn't get it ---
there is no such thing as a reputable replica watch company.
It's an oxy-moron.
His own "sample answers" are hypothetical, as no one on this forum has offered anything along those lines.
Gentlemen, allow me to disagree with your disparaging tone. Your not addressing the issue submitted when saying " go buy a vintage " learn from there and become a victim like the rest of us of brand hype for an expensive product which often doesn't work satisfactorily.
When you visit the ME and the Orient you realise what a big market there is. In Hong Kong there are stores with the doors opened on the street and inside rows of $20000 plus watches with just a plastic on them. When you take one in your hand and scrutinize it you marvel. How do they do it ? On the other hand if you don't speak Cantonese it's pointless trying to buy one.
Yes, there is as they say in French a " wall of silence " on the subject. More information would only highlight the incredible savviness of the manufactures.
I think this thread might teach us a few things if those who know are willing to contribute ( not necessarily evident ). Regards from an owner of several nice watches which always need repairs.
I always find thread like this comical, I started my interest into fine watch's from buying a pile of fakes. I had no idea what I was doing and I bought a few that were duds which needed fixing. After that, I learned how to do basic repairs on them. Being able to do basic repairs taught me the ins and outs of what makes a good watch 'good'. Before going though this process I had no idea.
Anyways back on topic, most people will not be able to tell a fake apart from a real watch. On good fakes I still have to look at the watches movement to be sure (I am not a pro but have a decent eye for these things).
In terms of is it right to wear one... well if I rebuilt a 67 mustang would people mock me if I was to drive it or if I were to get my tailor to try and copy that tom ford suit I like would people say that its wrong to wear it? If you are one of the guys that think it would be wrong, well than a fake watch is not for you. If you would not care then maybe give it a try.
that's my 10 cents
People would mock you if you bought a Chevette and put Mustang logos on it, or if you had your tailor recreate someone else's suit and then sew a Tom Ford label in to it.
This thread starter is just sad.
He's created two alter-egos to maintain an otherwise useless thread.
On the topic of "fakes" --- here are his two fake identities he's posting under to breathe life into a thread with cardiac arrest!
Payton Jones & ahsam
If you notice - they both opened accounts yesterday.
Can the moderator please put an end to this retarded charade - and reduce (by at least one) the fakes and trolls?
Separate names with a comma.