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Refine Search Men Watches (30) Women watches (31) Automatic watches (10) Quartz watches (33) Ceramic Watches (19) Display: List / Grid Show: 15 25 50 75 100 Sort By: Default Name (A - Z) Name (Z - A) Price (Low > High) Price (High > Low) Rating (Highest) Rating (Lowest) Model (A - Z) Model (Z - A) Product Compare (0) Asian 2824 Automatic Men Watch Black Dial Date Display YB08 Asian 2824 Automatic Men Watch  Black Dial  Date Dis wvjorsoy. omega seamaster james bond 007 limited edition priceplay YB08 DIAMETER : 41 MM MO.. 280.00€ Ex Tax: 280.00€ Add to Wish List Add to Compare Asian 2824 Automatic Men Watch Black Dial Date Display YB10 Asian 2824 Automatic Men Watch  Black Dial  Date Display YB09 DIAMETER : 41 MM MO.. 280.00€ Ex Tax: 280.00€ Add to Wish List Add to Compare Asian 2824 Automatic Men Watch Black Dial Diamond Bezel Date Display YB09 Asian 2824 Automatic Men Watch  Black Dial  Date Display YB09 DIAMETER : 41 MM MO.. 290.00€ Ex Tax: 290.00€ Add to Wish List Add to Compare Asian 2824 Automatic Men Watch Rose Gold Case White Dial and Diamond Bezel Date Display YB07 Asian 2824 Automatic Men Watch Rose Gold Case White Dial and Diamond Bezel Date Display YB07 DIAM.. 300.00€ Ex Tax: 300.00€ Add to Wish List Add to Compare Automatic Men Dive Watch Black Dial and Ceramic Bezel Date Display YB06 Automatic Men Dive Watch Black Dial and Ceramic Bezel  Date Display YB06 DIAMETER : 40 .. 159.00€ Ex Tax: 159.00€ Add to Wish List Add to Compare Automatic Men Watch Black Dial and Ceramic Bezel PVD Case Date Display GMT YB05 Automatic Men Watch Black Dial and Ceramic Bezel PVD Case Date Display GMT YB05  D.. 139.00€ Ex Tax: 139.00€ Add to Wish List Add to Compare Automatic Men Watch Black Dial Green Ceramic Bezel Date Display GMT YB04 Automatic Men Watch Black Dial  Green Ceramic Bezel  Date Display  GMT YB04 D.. 119.00€ Ex Tax: 119.00€ Add to Wish List Add to Compare Automatic Men Watch Black Dial and Ceramic Bezel Date Display GMT YB03 Automatic Men Watch Black Dial and Ceramic Bezel Date Display GMT YB03 DIAMETER : 40 MM.. 119.00€ Ex Tax: 119.00€ Add to Wish List Add to Compare Automatic Men Watch Black Dial and Ceramic Bezel Date Display YB01 Automatic Men Watch Black Dial  Green Ceramic Bezel  Date Display YB01 DIAMETER&nb.. 99.00€ Ex Tax: 99.00€ Add to Wish List Add to Compare Automatic Men Watch Black Dial and Green Ceramic Bezel Date Display YB02 Automatic Men Watch Black Dial and Green Ceramic Bezel  Date Display YB02 DIAMETER .. 99.00€ Ex Tax: 99.00€ Add to Wish List Add to Compare Ceramic Men and Wome Quartz Watch Date Display LD02 Ceramic Men and Wome Quartz Watch Date Display LD02 DIAMETER : 38MM;33 MM MOVEMENT :Japanes.. 99.00€ Ex Tax: 99.00€ Add to Wish List Add to Compare Ceramic Men and Wome Quartz Watch Diamond Bezel Date Display LD01 Ceramic Men and Wome Quartz Watch Diamond Bezel Date Display LD01 DIAMETER : 38MM;33 MM MOV.. 109.00€ Ex Tax: 109.00€ Add to Wish List Add to Compare Ceramic Men and Wome Quartz Watch Rubber Strap Blue Dial and Bezel Date Display LD03 Ceramic Men and Wome Quartz Watch Rubber Strap Blue Dial and Bezel Date Display LD03 DIAMETER&nbs.. 79.00€ Ex Tax: 79.00€ Add to Wish List Add to Compare Ceramic Men and Wome Quartz Watch Rubber Strap Blue Dial Black Bezel Date Display LD04 Ceramic Men and Wome Quartz Watch Rubber Strap Blue Dial Black Bezel Date Display LD04 DIAMETER&n.. 79.00€ Ex Tax: 79.00€ Add to Wish List Add to Compare Ceramic Wome Quartz Watch Diamond Bezel and Dial Date Display HR04 Ceramic Wome Quartz Watch Diamond Bezel and Dial Date Display HR04 DIAMETER : 33 MM MOVEMEN.. 99.00€ Ex Tax: 99.00€ Add to Wish List Add to Compare 1 2 3 > >| Showing 1 to 15 of 43 (3 Pages)
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Today the wrist watch is a very popular piece of jewelry. The omega fakes is a relatively new invention in the history of horology. Without doubt, pocket watches were the early watches in the horology word-the mechanics assured extremely accurate timekeeping were too a little bit large for anything else. Encrusted with jewels and made of the finest quality materials, the early pocket watches were not easily affordable.

The first omega-"wristlets"-arrived towards the end of the 19th century, invented by replica watches. They were not initially seen as serious timekeepers, at least not for men. "Real men" carried a chunky gold pocket replica omega were reserved for the ladies.

Things soon changed, helped on by the radid pace of technological innovation. Their acceptance was also helped by the fact they had pratical value to soldiers-they were easier to use than pocket Replica watches under battle conditions. If they were good enough for soldiers then they could no longer be seen as toys for the ladies. Very often these early omega were simply the movements from a small pocket watch squeezed into a different smaller case and given a leather strap.

The first true wrist watch as we know it today is credited to Louis Cartier. In 1907 Cartier met Alberto Santos-Dumont, an aviator. Santos-Dumont needed a watch that was both reliable and convenient to use when flying. Cartier responded with the first true, flat omega-the basis for the now famous "Santos" design.

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As technology continued to improve and prices fall, uptake of the omega spread. However the mechanical watch suffered a major setback during the 1970s with the introduction of quartz.

Quartz technology allowed for reliable replica omega at low prices. Even the "complications" so loved by horologists could usually be reproduced simply by adding a little extra circuitry. A watch became a disposable consumer item. The expensive mechanical watch seemed doomed.




Much of the traditional watchmaking industry was devastated, many manufacturers going out of business. Others survived by embracing quartz technology or by trading on their brand name.

Some watchmakers went up-market, and this seems to have been the life saver for the mechanical watch. The traditional watchmakers couldn't compete with quartz in terms of price or even accuracy, so instead they competed in terms of status and luxury. The result is that recent years have seen a resurgence of interest in the quality branded mechanical watch as a high-end product.

So the omega replicas has in a way-if you'll excuse the pun-come full circle. No-one today needs a mechanical watch for accurate timekeeping. Some of the famous luxury models are almost a piece of jewelry first and a timepiece second.



Mechanical watches are one of the most important status symbols. Due to this reason, many people usually buy mechanical watches as luxury accessories to show off their good taste and percipient. Of course, those who deeply love of the art and craft of horology will always buy mechanical watches.



Fake and Counterfeit Watches What are counterfeit watches and how to avoid getting burned buying a watch that was not the real thing What are fake and counterfeit watches? I found a great deal on a luxury watch brand I haven't heard of, is it a counterfeit?    << NEW!  Why aren't fakes stopped by company legal action or international law enforcement? Who makes fakes and where do they come from? Are there fakes to watch out for with vintage watches?    << NEW!  Why do people buy fakes and what does it say about them?    << NEW!  Where do people buy fakes? What should I do if I encounter a fake? How do I identify a counterfeit watch? How do I avoid mis-identifying a real watch as a fake? What are fake and counterfeit watches?

Most popular makes of fine watches are prone to having their designs copied by manufacturers of replica watches. These watches sell from as little as US$10 to several hundred dollars -- but US$100-150 appears to be the most common range. They vary from generic look-alike to exacting reproductions of the exteriors of the genuine watch. Often, even details such as the manufacturers logo, serial numbers, and other markings are reproduced.

Quality and durability can vary highly. One Internet site selling replica Omega watches reported the average life span of many of them to be only 2 to 3 years.

So far, the makers of these watches appear to mainly be making counterfeits of current and recent model watches. Presumably, there is not a large enough market for fakes of older and vintage watches to make it worthwhile to pursue.

But also understand that counterfeit watches are not a new concept -- so you may occasionally encounter fake watches made many years ago. Some of these older fakes were watches of other cheaper brands that were relabeled by repainting the dial with a different logo and at times even stamping the back or movement with marks like would have appeared on the other brand.

Possessing such a watch is not illegal. But the maker and sellers of the replicas are usually in violation of the legal copyrights on the original manufacturer's copyrights and trademarks.

I found a great deal on a luxury watch brand I haven't heard of, is it a counterfeit?

Not necessarily, but they might be luxury watch imposters. Fakes copy the well known brand names you probably have heard of. But there is another category of wristwatch products being sold on the Internet and through magazine ads that are not actually counterfeit--but they are sold using outrageous misrepresentations and should be equally avoided.

These "luxury watch imposters" are inexpensive watches being misleadingly represented as if they were fine luxury timepieces. They are sold under their own brand name, so they are not fakes of another company's brand. But their products are of modest to staggeringly cheap manufacture and have none of the merits of the fine, expensive brands they allude to. The typical scam on these are a combination of: An impressive Swiss, German or European sounding name. An impressive "retail price" or "RRP" (recommended retail price). Fancy verbiage that sounds like what a luxury watch brand would say. Impressive comparisons of features to those of "other" luxury timepieces. A special price you can buy it for that is incredibly below the retail price.

The deception here is that claimed retail price is a complete lie. These watches sell regularly at prices that are a trivial fraction--often as much as 70-95% off--of their claimed retail value. How can they sell them so cheap? Simple, they are cheap watches. Ones made to be profitably sold in the low, usually US$10-75, price range of their actual asking price. Any perception that these luxury imposters are even remotely worth in the US$250-2500 range is nothing more than pure marketing bravado and intentional deception.

Consumer protection agencies clearly label such exaggerated retail pricing as a misleading and deceptive sales tactic. The following is an example from the United States Federal Trade Commission (FTC) : "Many members of the purchasing public believe that a manufacturer's list price, or suggested retail price, is the price at which an article is generally sold. Therefore, if a reduction from this price is advertised, many people will believe that they are being offered a genuine bargain. To the extent that list or suggested retail prices do not in fact correspond to prices at which a substantial number of sales of the article in question are made, the advertisement of a reduction may mislead the consumer."

Here are some tips on spotting luxury watch imposter brands: No real luxury watch sells new for a street, catalog or Internet price of under US$250. No real luxury watch sells new for more than 50% off of its genuine retail price--even from the most aggressive discount dealers. No real luxury brands are ever sold at "fire sales," massive inventory clearances or end of model year closeouts. They are valuable jewelry items that no business ever has to resort to liquidating at a below-wholesale loss. A real luxury brand will be well discussed on the Internet. Do a Google search for the brand name. If you can't find collectors and owners discussing the merits of the brand, it is unlikely to be a true luxury brand. A real luxury brand will be sold through well known dealers. If you see a brand sold mostly on auction sites--and never anywhere near it's claimed retail price--it is not a luxury brand. Only in rare cases do these ultra-cheap imposter brands have official company websites that showcase the products. Just because you see a incredibly sophisticated website doesn't ensure that the brand is actually a valid luxury brand.

Three specific brands known to play the luxury watch imposter game are: Klaus Kobec -- Advertises heavily in magazines as being comparable to US$2,000+ watches, with a retail price of US$900, but can be yours for only US$200. Krug Baumen -- Sold on auction sites. Claims "RRP" in the