Aquaracer is so classy.
Does this count? Earliest professional 500m Tag.
Hey 500M Club,
Thanks for posting so much great info and awesome pictures of your watches. You inspired me to buy one myself! Here's the problem. I bought it on Amazon (Shipped from and sold by Amazon, LLC, not a third party seller) and in the box, they sent me what looks like the manual for a Quartz WAJ series, when I ordered the WAK2110. I'm pretty concerned that things were getting switched out in the box. If the manual is wrong, could the watch be counterfeit? The watch looks normal, but as this is my first luxury watch, I don't trust myself, at all, to identify a counterfeit. How concerned would you be? Do any of you have experience ordering luxury watches straight from Amazon? If I bring this to an AD to ask if it's real, will they just laugh in my face or do you think they'll be helpful? Here are some pictures, if that's worth anything. In the picture of the open manual, my thumb is where it's covering "magnifying glass at 9:00" which indicates to me it's the manual for a WAJ series.
Sorry for the double-post, can't find an edit button anywhere. Amazon just wrote and said they'd refund 20% of the purchase price. Now I don't know if I'm getting a great deal or if that's even scarier.
Automatic: Tudor Submariner 79190, Oris Aquis 40mm, Seiko Orange Monster
Manual Wind: Vostok Komandirskie
Quartz Analog: Cyma Navy Star, Bulova Marine Star, Pulsar Diver V736-6A20
Quartz Digital: Timex Atlantis, Casio Calculator
Vintage: Bulova 23 Jewels Selfwinding Six Adjustments
Watches and boxes / packaging normally arrive separately at a Boutique / store from the place of origin.
They must have mixed up the packaging and its content along the way but not the watch (fortunately!)
Watch looks legit from the aesthetics.
What's more you've got a fantastic additional discount from Amazon due to their packaging screw up!
You are one lucky buyer to say the least :)
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Last edited by nanjiunn; February 13th, 2016 at 03:55.