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ROLEX WATCHES

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I had a Rolex given to me from a relative about 3 years ago and since I have owned it I haven't any worn it (not into jewerly).

 

I am wanting to sell it but I want to make sure it isn't a fake.

 

Are they any obivious markings, or visual things I should look for?

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I plan on going to a jewler and talk to them, but I wanted to see if anyone here could enlighten me first.

 

Any help is apreciated.

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...if its not really light, and its still ticking after three years, id bet its a rolex...most of the shit watches are light and will break well before three years....but yeah take it to a shop...r

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Guest WebsterUno

*believe*

 

I know youre a smart dude.

So I know you wont walk in there

telling him (the jeweler) that you are

not sure if its a Rolly. Act like you

know. Fuckin huslters. You might

walk outta there with a money grip.

I know lightnes/weight is a sure sign of fakeness.

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Most well made watches come in collections or series. I believe Rolex come in collections. You should check their official website and see which collection your watch belongs to... if your watch is not in there, it's probably not authentic.

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check the second hand, the bezzel (for the crown), the back of the mantle for the serial binding numbers...and open it up with a jewlers screwdriver to see the inside. if its real it will have the serial numbers printed on the inside of the watch. and a word to the edgewise....rolex is for show. pure crap watches...you want something nice you should go with a cartier or a david yurman. hey...you mail it to me and ill send you a fresh package bro! haha word im out.

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damn hijackers! and i would not trust an electronic product called SPARKomatic

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Originally posted by T.T Boy

yeah that second hand moving constant instead of ticking is one of the things.

hmm....my dad's rollie ticks...and i know for sure its real, its also hella heavy for a watch...i assume certain rollies tick

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