There are a number of reasons for buying super clone watches on the market today, especially if you feel overwhelmed by the limited options from traditional watchmakers. The good news is that there’s no need to spend a fortune to find a reliable watch in this day and age as long as you know exactly what you need.
There is no perfect super clone watch
The first and most important thing to consider before setting out to buy any Patek Philippe super clone watch is that there is no such thing as a perfect super clone watch. Yes they are all based on the same design and therefore functionally identical but they will not be identical in every respect of course.
Shower not swim
Super clone watch manufacturers like to make a big deal about the fact that their watches are water resistant, but the truth is you should never actually go swimming with your super clone watch. The only purpose of water resistance should be showering and taking a bath, so if you happen to take a shower in your swimming gear then a water resistant super clone watch will suffice. Just don’t go swimming with your super clone watch is all we’re saying.
Try them on
One of the most important aspects of buying a super clone watch is just how well it looks. Try it on first, but remember that what you see online isn’t necessarily what you will get with the actual product, so don’t be overly influenced by the pictures when trying your potential super clone watch on in person.
Look under the hood
Super clone watches are actually quite similar in many ways. They all are styled to look like the original with one key difference being that most super clones are etched or stamped with a fake serial number. If you take your time you can also notice that the engraving on the outside of the case is not finished perfectly.
Your eyes are not deceiving you
If you’ve ever looked at photos of a real Rolex Submariner, then chances are you have noticed that the dial is devoid of lume dots. So it may come as a surprise to many that most super clone watches have lume dots on their dials.