Thanks to your photo i just found the 2 markings that tells a very good fake from a authentic one. I appreciate that as it has saved me a fortune.
On the black CB36 if you are looking at the best fakes out there, the number 200 is replaced by the number 0.
also the 1-/100 second marking lines are on a silver or white background, unlike the authentic which are on a blackbackground. After two weeks looking through photos of watches for sale, I finally found those two flaws which is on every good fake i came across and nearly purchased by accident. Thank you for displaying clear photos.
I Would like to buy this watch.But I cant get any Price list of this product from your site
Vinesh, we don't sell watches…best to contact a local AD for details
please send me a manual for grand carrera calibre 36 rs
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