While every man and woman today works hard to succeed in life, people tend to opt for things that are worthy of their efficiency. However, it is also true that in this world ‘looks’ matter and wearing luxury watches is like a passion these days. Besides, in some of our cultures, people need to indeed manifest their status on their body in some form or another as much as possible. And, a luxury watch is one of the best ways to communicate it to the people you are dealing with.
Let’s find out some of the probable reasons why people do buy luxury watches:
While social etiquette usually includes looking the best, people tend to judge how attractive, successful and classy you are based on some perceptible indicators. These visible indicators are so powerful that people may conclude about you even before you open your mouth. To put in simply, if you want others to take you seriously, you have to look ‘serious’.
To make you look serious, simply wear a nice watch. The luxury watch on your wrist will automatically communicate that you should be taken earnestly. People with whom you are dealing would not think that you are nobody. Whether it is a second hand Rolex watch or a brand-new one, your timepiece will help you in getting noticed and also, illustrate your worth.
A luxury watch is one of the most convenient ways to become instantly more attractive. While affording a brand-new luxury timepiece may not be easy for all, you can opt for a more affordable option – buying second hand watches.
The fact is that people typically notice things that are not common. While it might be a huge person or an extremely handsome person, it can also be a Rolex watch or a luxury watch of any other elite brands that make you stand out. People are compelled to pay attention when you walk into the room.
Not many things can attract attention as much as a luxury watch (like this) can do.
The watch you wear may convey a lot about who you are. People, who consider them to be unique, buy a unique watch that suits their personality. Prestigious brands like Rolex have introduced many watches over the years, designed primarily to meet the needs of people coming from different walks of life.
The luxury watch world has timepieces of various designs and styles. Thus, you can look for all the options and decide on the one that fits your taste and personality the most.
It is known that people judge a man in society and businesses based on his watch. However, one reason for this is probably that today men possess only a few good ways to express themselves. Thus, timepieces are considered as an easy measure to determine an individual’s taste as well as economic status. In many societies, people believe that a successful man of good personality not only wears a high-end watch but also utilises some efforts to get a unique watch that especially convey who he is and what he values.
For many people, watch collection is a legacy and a luxury watch is a meaningful heirloom that can last for generations.
Rolex is a universally recognised brand committed to producing watches that represent the ultimate luxury, excellence and elegance. While the Swiss manufacturer is known to produce more than 2,000 watches each day, there is also a market that produces counterfeit Rolex watches varying dramatically in quality. In short-term financial emergencies, you may decide to sell your Rolex watch to raise some fast cash right away. Whether it was gifted or bought from the second hand market, you may find it difficult to establish the authenticity of your Rolex watch before selling it in London or anywhere in the UK.
Although the counterfeit Rolex watches are becoming increasingly advanced in recent years, some key things can help you to determine whether your Rolex timepiece is fake or real. Take a look!
The serial number of a genuine Rolex watch is engraved deeply into its metal. This number is situated behind where the band joins the watch’s body on the 6 o’clock side. On the contrary, a fake Rolex timepiece usually has the serial number carved with acid.
While a genuine Rolex watch will have its model number on the 12 o’clock side, counterfeiters do not often bother to change these numbers, and instead, they print the same digits on every replica. You can just remove the band of your watch by using a small paper clip or pushpin to see the model number.
However, the brand is reportedly known to have refined their methodology in this respect by muddling the serial numbers in the new Rolex productions. And, only a professional Rolex dealer can help you to date them.
While Rolex produces watches of utmost quality and accuracy, counterfeit watch makers have become increasingly proficient at designing high-quality fake timepieces. A genuine Rolex comes with a precise engraving, solid bracelet links and will also, feel heavy. The coronet marking at the 6 o’clock position is visible only by using a magnifying glass, whereas, in counterfeits, it can be seen clearly with the naked eye.
Moreover, a real Rolex timepiece will be typically heavier than its counterfeits because it is made up of real metal and crystal. Your Rolex watch should feel substantial and solid on your wrist and hand.
The watch case also plays an essential role in determining whether your Rolex is fake or real. While the case back of your asset must be plain with no logo or engravings, new Rolexes come with a hologram on their case, making it a feasible way to help in verifying the authenticity.
Many Rolex watches feature a small window that shows the date and a small magnification lens or ‘Cyclops’ to make it effortless to read. Being a convex lens, you will feel a bump running your finger over it and is situated right over the date.
If the Cyclops over the date dial does not magnify the date, your Rolex is probably a fake one. A real Rolex magnification lens is apparently known to amplify the date up to 2.5x, taking up virtually the entire date window.
As with any Rolex, the second hand in your watch will move so smoothly that it will not make any ‘ticking’ noise. Generally, the second hand motion in many watches may be jerky because they have quartz movements not automatic. Thus, when the second hand shifts precipitously, it produces the ‘tick, tick’ sound.
Reversely, Rolex movements are mechanical and self-winding. Indeed, a Rolex movement is broken down into eight micro ticks per second, making it look like a ceaseless motion. If you hear a slow ‘tick’ sound coming from your timepiece or see that the second hand jerking with every tick, you are not possibly wearing an authenticated one. However, every Rolex model features a particular style of hands. Like for example, the Yacht-Master comes with a thicker minute hand, whereas the hands of Rolex Daytona stretch a little bit longer, extending all the way to the hash marks.
While today’s Counterfeiters may be proficient enough to replicate the advanced movements of luxury watches like Rolex, they often use whatever components are available for saving money and hope that buyers may overlook such detail.
Although some fake Rolexes can be spotted easily by comparing it with another same watch, others may require trained eyes for checking their authenticity. Thus, it may be a good idea to take your luxury timepiece to a potential Rolex watch buyer in London or any other big city to assess its authenticity. A professional watch dealer will not only determine your watch’s authenticity but also, can carry out an accurate valuation and ultimately, provide you with the most competitive price in the market if your Rolex is genuine.