I bought a Tissot PRC-200 in Ebay, and after a detailed inspection found that it was fake. The watch came with box, papers, and warranty card shipped from Hong Kong. The seller swear that it is genuine, but it isn't.
Inside has a ETA quartz movement (as the genuine), so you must take care about the following recommendations.
Here are some details to spot a fake PRC-200.
1. Hands attaching points.
The genuine has chrome attaching points in each hand.
The fake has painted attaching points and poor finished. Check the borders of the "T" shape center seconds hand and poor border painting.
2. Incorrect inner bezel numbers and text spacing
The text in the genuine watch is centered.
The text in the fake is too close to the crystal gasket
3. Small hands shape
The genuine has sharper edges and perfect finish.
The fake has irregular shape and rough finish.
4. Leather strap
The genuine has a flat strap.
The fake has a padded strap (too thick).
5. Hands and dial lume
The genuine has lume on hour markings and hands.
The fake has lume only in hour and minute hands.
6. Deployment buckle
Genuine has only stainless steel engraving
Fake has "BI" incorrect lettering engraving. Poor polished.