Can't recall if this has been posted before.. but i found this article about fake GA-100.. --> Caution: Fake GA-100
I am speechless.
Scarily good fakes...
Crusader Mk1148 • Damasko DA36 • G-Shock GW-2310 • Grand Seiko SBGX061 • Jaeger-LeCoultre Memovox (1960s) • Junghans Max Bill • Omega Speedmaster • Sinn UX • Tutima Flieger Chronograph 1941 • Wempe Zeitmeister
If they have the talent to make such good copies, you'd think they could come up with their own stuff.
Just looking at them you can tell they are fakes. Pieces of junk!!! Thumbs down
Mechagodzilla find me a G-Shock in Tokyo!!
There are a lot of people that knowingly buy fakes, feeding this sort of business. I think they are at fault too for making this market grow.
Stowa Marine Automatic solid silver dial Hamilton Jazzmaster Power Reserve | Jazzmaster Viewmatic Seiko 5 SNZD13J1 | 5 SNZE87J1 Parnis Power Reserve Accurist Kinetic Chronograph MB 560 Casio (G-Shock) GW50001JF | DW5200C | DW5600C | DW5600R3 | G7800B1DR | DW6600 | DW6630B (modded) Casio (Protrek) PRG-240B
How can you tell that those are fakes?They seem real to me
PULSAR- 5M42 Kinetic, CASIO- Protrek PRG 70, CASIO- Protrek PRG 100, TIMEX- T2M517 Automatic
The dial at 10 o'clock is different. Divided in 3rds.
I agree and think this might be a record for someone to copy these so quickly.
Stealth GA-100 1A1
Black Knight Quartz
Riseman Rising Dragon, Pathfinder PRG80, Oceanus, G1000H
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