How Omega Watches Uses Technology to Strengthen Its Brand

How Omega Watches Uses Technology to Strengthen Its Brand

How to Spot a Fake Replica Omega Watch

How Omega Watches Uses Technology to Strengthen Its Brand
Omega, a Swiss manufacturer of luxury watches, manufactures its first product, the Gurzelen Patent pocket watch, in 1885. Since each watch Omega manufactures is the result of heavy artistic planning and because its standards of quality are so rigorous, its products often are imitated by copycats who create substandard versions for equal or discounted prices.
Assess the luminosity and glow of the watch, authentic Omega watches use a particular substance called ""LumiNova"" on the dial, hands and other areas of their watches. Fake Omega watches will not glow as brightly in the dark. Instead they may emit a faint glow or no glow at all. Replica Omega watches normally have a poor quality luminous material applied compared to a genuine watch. The replica won't glow as brightly or as long when charged and viewed in a low light situation. It's also common that replica Omega watches will have missing luminous materials and not glow at all. Use a flashlight to ""charge"" a watch and observe the brightness of the dial and hands in the dark.
Try to look also at the spelling of every piece of written text on the watch. Due to the fact that knock-off Omega watches often have poor quality control, words aren't always proofread or checked. A misspelled word, no matter how small the error, is an absolute sign that your Omega watch is a fake one. Many of these replica Omega watches are made by people whose first language is not English. Because of this, several spelling errors have slipped into the final products and make determining if a watch is counterfeit very easy. Read carefully the dial and the case back. Check the spelling and don't assume that it's correct.
Use a jeweler's magnifying glass to examine the dial and, if there, the date wheel. You need some degree of magnification to aptly assess if the letters and numbers are printed with the absolute crispest precision, if they look a bit blurry or if there is slight overlap between the characters. Such workmanship would not pass Omega quality standards and is most likely a fake. The printing of genuine Omega watches should be sharp and defined, not fuzzy around the edges or bleeding between letters. A genuine dial with sloppy printing would be rejected at the factory during inspection. The odds are that, unless the watch has been redialed, if it has irregular print quality it's a counterfeit.
You can also use a jeweler's loupe or magnifying glass to search for contaminants. Due to the fact that there are poor standards of workmanship in factories that specialize in fake Omega watches, dirt, dust or hairs can be found under the frame or glass. Look carefully. There should be no dust on the surface of the dial, and absolutely no fingerprints. Contaminants such as hairs have been known to be found under counterfeit crystals on replica Omega watches. There's no quality control in the replica factories; each replica Omega watch can exhibit a variety of subtle differences, including such things as contaminants and print quality.
It's important to be able to spot a fake Omega watch, so you don't end up paying hundreds or even thousands of money for poor quality fake product.

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