It would make a good deep sea fishing lure. If you paid money for it, ask for a refund.
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That's probably too bad to call it a replica. It's trying to be a Mulliner Tourbillon which is very very expensive.
But it's the kind of tat that would sell for $20.
I particularly like the small hands set off centre and that it appears to be the world's first chronograph without pushers.
How much were/are they asking for that?
The clue to it being a fake is on the back. It was made in the mythical country of "Switchinternet"
That's a rough looking watch for sure.
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