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  1. Hello ! I recently purchased a IWC Portuguese rep. The watch itself looks great, allthough the rotor makes super much noise (I added a video in which you can hear it if you put your volume up). I was wondering; should this sound be considered normal for these kind of watches? Currently I am not wearing it to work because if I would walk through the office everyone around me could hear the noise (it's a harsh metallic noise upon the slightest movement of the watch), and if I had been informed about the noise I probably wouldn't have bought the watch. Was also wondering if anyone knows how to fix this problem? Thanks in advance! video-1575320957.mp4 video-1575320957.mp4
  2. In stock - Ready to ship Straps I leave sold straps here for reference, if you see something that has sold, fire me a PM and if I still have material I can do a custom order. I'll be posting a few more this weekend. Sterile Pre-V buckles are available in Brushed, Polished & PVD, 24mm with screw in pin + $12 - Link to Buckle options Shipping Canada/USA - $7 standard airmail (no tracking/insurance), $15 (tracked/insured) Rest of World - $8 standard airmail (no tracking/insurance), $20 (tracked/insured) Feel free to PM me, or send an email to [email protected] ____________________________________________________________________________________________________________ 1. 125/80, 26/26 - Vintage Hemp coloured thread. - SOLD 2. 140/75, 22/22 - $40 3. Vintage worn Black Canvas - 130/80, 24/24 - $55 (You choose the stitch colour or leave it as is for a different look) 4. 125/75, 20/20 - $40 (Backed with genuine OEM BMW seat hide) 5. Vintage Olive Zulu style - 250mm length w/o buckle, 24/24 - $65 w/ Pre-V buckle. (This strap is 3mm thick so not great to use as you would a Nato, meant more for a watch with drop style lugs) 6. Military Canvas - 135/80, 26/26 - $115 with Rolko Brass buckle, $75 with no buckle. - [SOLD] 7. 125/80, 24/24 w/ Blasted Pre-V screw in buckle. - $65 - [SOLD] 8. 130/80, 24/24 w/ Blasted Roller buckle and Nato fixed keepers. Light Grey thread that also look Steel Blue in some light. - [SOLD] 9. 140/80, 26/24 w/ Blasted Pre-V screw in buckle - Leather back for ultimate comfort - [SOLD] 10. 130/80, 24/24 - [SOLD] 11. 140/75, 26/20 - Leather middle, super soft, 1 fixed/1 floating keeper - $60 - [SOLD] 12. 125/75, 24/22 - Please note this is a thinner strap, 3.25mm. Very comfortable, but would be best suited for a lighter case. - [SOLD]
  3. Hey there! I am new to this community and excited as I have started collecting watches recently. I have done a lot of research on using puretime03 and I want to order a Rolex Explorer from them but I had a few questions. First I apologize if I’m posting this in The wrong place or asking questions that I’ve already been answered. I went though the process of checking out and wanted to use WU Pay but I’m not sure how to do that. I also am considering getting a prepaid card and just using that. Is the quality that great? Is it pretty close to the real deal? Also, is it safe to order from them? Im in the USA and would like to avoid doing anything that could get me in trouble. Does anyone have any suggestions on better places to order from? Any tips or comments on my first buying experience would be greatly appreciated!! Thank you and I’m excited to be here! Just picked up a nice bulova the other day, I love it!
  4. Just thought I'd be nosey and find out what the last watch you bought was.............mine here
  5. Hello guys, my first post here! From SF. I have a collection of both reps and gens. I just received my noob v4 Pam 111, the watch looks gorgeous, but it will not function. i wind it all the way till the click stopped, and nothing happens? If I wind all the way till I can't wind any more, and turn it little more and clamp it down there with the clamp , the movement then moves and watch works for maybe half a minute then stops again? any possible help would be greatly appreciated. thank you!! steve
  6. Hello this is my first post I've been looking for this watch for a little while now and was told this was the best forum to do so who would be the best dealer for an I-gucci. Im also willing to buy off another member for the right price.
  7. Hey guys, I'm a new member and I basically signed up on this forum just to ask you guys questions about fake rolex websites. I want a fake rolex, however I keep finding really fishy looking websites that seem too good to be true. I found this one based in Australia (Which would be extremely convenient for me because I live in New Zealand) and they seem legitimate, I've made an account and everything I'm very close to buying one but I feel like it could very well be a scam. The name of the website is "www)mywatchesonline)com)au". I am getting so frustrated at this point because I really want a watch but I just don't want to lose my money. If this website does turn out to be a scam, I would be so appreciative if you guys could tell me a real website for replicas. -Jimbo
  8. Hello, I just got my first rep (H-Factory PAM177), and I absolutely love it! I love listening to it tick, and it's very comfortable to wear as well. I want to wear it to sleep for these reasons, and also because I don't really have any convenient place to leave my watch overnight, because my nightside table has a radio on it, and my desk has a computer and a printer, and I don't want my watch to get magnetized. So is it dangerous to wear it to sleep? Thanks
  9. After being emailed by josh with a link to 95 gateway website i was prompted to fill in a bunch of forms about credit card details etc... after choosing to pay by VISA. After this a page came up saying 'payment success' and my order number, amount etc.. However after recently researching into this '95 gateway website' i have read of many complaints of alleged fraud, where people lose money as they use this site to handle their transactions. Is this normal for the perfect clones website as I am new to replicas and thought perfect clones was safe to buy from but am now doubtful. Many regards, Chris
  10. I wanted to share this watch with you. I have bought it last week on my holiday to Bodrum, Turkey. They have a lot of quality replica shops there. Although all the watches were of good quality and very nice looking. They were all just a bit to big for my wrist. That's when I found this very thin dress watch, with a manual wind movement. The woman in the shop told me it was a "new" replica, and the only one that was so thin and small. It's a Vacheron Constantin regulateur Chronograph. I don't believe it's still being made, and it's not a very accurate replica either. But that doesn't really bother me. genuine: It's about 6 mm thick and 37 mm in diameter. It has some nice decoration on the movement. The glass is mineral glass with some very nice AR coating. Most of the time it looks like there isn't any glass at all. The space between the dial and the glass is very small, witch probably helps with that. The strap is bad. But that no deal breaker for me. I'll buy a better strap soon. The only thin i do not like about the watch is the date. They should have left it out. The date is sunk real deep, and you can see it's carved out. I looks like there is more space between the dial and the date then between the dial and the glass. Here are the pictures, made with my phone unfortunately. Let me now what u think of it.
  11. Hi guys, I bought this book recently and began reading. It has been great so far. But I have to ask those who are familiar with the book; since it was written decades ago, how relevant is it to watch repairing today? I'm sure there have been numerous advancements in watchmaking since then (I think it was originally published in the 60's), but can this book still serve as a good introduction to the craft? It has been reprinted as recently as 2008 so I'm guessing It does remain somewhat relevant.
  12. It's peculiar to post this stupid question here, but I'm just curious weather there is some guys would buy a replica watch? According to me, the originals are too expensive and just rich men can afford it and they often have more than one or two pieces. While there are still a large number of people have champagne taste but a beer budget. Is that you?
  13. Hi everyone! I was thinking about some Richard Mille timepiece but I am still really know to reps and even fresher to RM reps. I am willing to spend some good money but are there really RM reps that are worth it? Would like some of the smaller sizes. Thank you! appreciate it
  14. Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year to All Forum Members and Watch Enthusiasts all over the World Enjoy, Best from second 10´ http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=T-D1KVIuvjA and a gadget:
  15. I wore this watch everyday about a month after receiving it before I decided to write a review to make sure that everything was in working order and will be able to work in the long run. I placed an order for the Ultimate Planet Ocean 42mm with the Swiss 2824 movement from Andrew at Trusty Time back in late December and received it before Christmas (Most recent link is here). I loved my gen Midsized Omega Seamaster Professional, but the size of the watch (at 36mm case diameter) started to bother me, as I wanted a watch that was more substantial in weight and presence on the wrist. However, the one I got from Andrew had problems from the beginning with the crown and tube not screwing down (one turn or less to release) and the movement not working correctly (eventually stopped working all together). When it completely stopped working, I emailed Andrew and explained to him my situation and agreed to have it repaired and I shipped my watch back to him on December 27. It was a few weeks into the mailing process that I realized that it takes a long turnaround time thanks to the mailing system in China after it leaves the US (explained in this post here). Eventually, after a bunch of emails throughout the months I get an email from Andrew with a picture of the repaired watch on a movement tester and a picture of the watch with the EMS label with my adress on it, it was shipped on April 20 and was delivered to my home on the 27. In the return box, I received my repaired/replaced watch, a dial (Replaced? I'm not sure), and a frame of the ETA movement. My impressions of the repaired UPO is that it is leaps and bounds better than the one originally sent to me in December. The movement winds well and can be wound by the wrist movements (unlike the one I got originally); additionally the crown/tube is much improved, it takes a good 4~5ish turns to completely unscrew it to the first position (for winding) and screwing it down (bonus is that the feet of the logo sits almost parallel to the wrist when screwed down or point down into the wrist for clarification). The materials of the bracelet, case, and crystal are very good and is almost feels gen (as I own a Seamaster Professional as a rough reference for comparison, as they are two different watches in the Seamaster lineup). The deployment clasp is good, whether or not the engravings is correct is ignorance on my part and the diver's extension works but is fussy when you want to close it back up. The only real aesthetic inaccuracies that someone can really call me out on are the bezel pearl (which isn't centered in the triangle) and that the raised Omega logo sits a tad too low above the Omega lettering on the dial (which is a bit less noticeable). The AR (anti-reflective) coating is present and often appears blue, but in certain lighting conditions will show the correct purple color; additionally the AR coating is easily prone to scratches when the crystal brushes up with solid objects (the repaired watch I got back had a few hard to notice scratches if you looked at them at an angle and a L shaped scratch on the bezel; I'm not too worried about those as it adds character to the watch and I'm more than glad that it works). The ETA 2824 movement is actually what Omega uses as the base movement of their 2500 caliber movements for the gen version of this watch (in which they modify this movement with George Daniels Co-Axial escapement); however, the Co-Axial escapement results in an irregular 7 beats per second as opposed to 8 on most automatically wound watches (like older Omegas and most modern Rolexes). This ETA 2824 movement doesn't suffer that lower beat rate (as this movement more than likely does not have the Co-Axial escapement installed) and has a nice smooth sweep and is rather robust which should handle a good amount of time without service; also, this particular movement keeps time really well, my aged gen Seamaster Professional keeps the time well as I wear it everyday and was serviced a few years back by Omega). The lume is were it shows a bit of weakness, it's not as bright as my gen when charged under the same light source for the same amount of time; the weak lume is the most apparent on the hands of the watch as they are dimly when charged under a light source. However, fluorescent light seems to charge it well as well as natural light, LED light doesn't like to mesh with the lume from what I observed when I used my phone's LED camera flash (in flashlight mode) to charge the lume. This watch fooled my uncle who loves Omegas and was shocked when I told him that it cost only $300 and change and that it was a rep. Needless to say he was rather impressed and wanted one for himself. To conclude this review, besides the small aesthetic inaccuracies and the lume, it is a rep that is definitely worth owning that is really close to the gen in many ways; as well as to commend Andrew for his patience and service for my watch during the repair process. Definitely let him know if there is something bothering you during the QC pic phase all the way to when something happens to it. My plan for my next rep is that I want is a Rolex Submariner in either the non-ceramic (like the D or Z serials without holes in the case and without the rehaut engravings) or the ceramic version (as long as it's accurate). I got a cheap Canal Street sub rep in New York as a souvenir but I want to have something like my UPO or gen that I can rock daily. I really wished I could of gotten the BK TW sub before he sold out, but I am looking at the TC sub and a ceramic sub from Andrew (since searching the forums didn't yield much on the Ultimate sub from TT, ROLSUB0017). That's my plan and my review, thank you for reading.
  16. Hello too all, I just posted this on RepGeek, thought it would help to post here too I have recently acquired more reps then I expected and recently lost connections with my watchmaker. I am looking to see if anyone can refer me a watch-maker they know in New York, preferably in Long Island. I alive in Long Island, New York. I need a trusted watchmaker that will take a replica watch task and complete it without hesitation. Some other people i have contacted recently told me that they don't want have any business with replicas. Anyway, I am looking to do some modding to a Panerai Luminor that is coming in soon, as well as some Lume work on a Ulysse Nardin Hammer-Head watch & Rolex Explorer II that I have. All submissions are appreciated. THANKS - PayHomage - RWG Addict
  17. I have spoken with Tony from asian7750 and he said this is what the final product will look like. This is a Hublot Big Bang Rose Gold V6. Please let me know if you see something that is off or of concern. Thanks in advance!!!!!!!
  18. Hi everyone! Today I will describe some reps that You can find in Belarus. Thank You for reading! Firstly, we need to find a place to look at reps. You can easilly find this place here, because nobody will stop Your rep selling or block Your site. If You want to sell a rep by the internet, You just write what You're selling. For exapmle "Replica Rolex Submariner" or something like this "Best Replica! Rolex Submariner! Cheap!". Most of people say that they have best 1:1 replicas, but they only have cheap reps, I think Canal Street quality or even worse. So it isn't hard to find a place to buy replica here. I've decided to look through the internet and through two markets. First market is called "ExpoBel" and another one is called "Zhdanovichi". So lets start our trip! Firstly, lets see what we can find in the internet! 1. Emporio Armani - 15$ 2. Longines (working subdials) - 80$ 3. Hublot (quartz) - 80$ 4. U-boat (automatic) - 70$ 5. Rolex Oyster Perpetual 36mm (mechanical) - 40$ 6. Tissot PRC200 (quartz, sapphire glass) - 80$ 7. Tissot T035 (mechanical, sapphire crystal, working subdials) - 110$ 8. Vacheron Constantin - 15$ 9. Longines - 60$ 10. Tag Heuer Tiger Woods - 99$ 11. Omega Seamaster Planet Ocean 45mm (quartz) - 125$ 12. Omega Seamaster Planet Ocean - 120$ 13. Tissot T-Touch - ??? All these reps I found by searching "replica" on only ONE site. So, as You can see, Belarus is full of reps. I also didn't write about some really ugly Rado or Chanel cramic reps and Beats "1:1" reps for 60$ that can be purhased on any chinese site for 6$. These aren't all the reps at all. Other were just disgusting or I don't know the price. I hope the weather will be good and I can visit some markets in near future and take more reps photos for You. Will keep You guys updated! Thank You for reading!
  19. So what is the smallest movement that has ever been made? Type 101 movements? 13mm round movements I feel for the people that put them together! I suppose if you've *very* short sighted with very steady hands it'd be a good dayjob. Richard Listening to: Marillion - Afraid Of Sunlight on 1600W RMS of power over the Epos speakers + 15" 400W sub
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    Hi! I ordered a watch from dhjason007.com the 3rd october. On the site, it says "pending" for 5 days now. Does anyone have experience from this seller? I contacted him to ask about the shipping, he replied 2 times under 1 hour, but since then, he hasent replied for 2 days. "hi friend please tell me the order number,i will check for you. thanks jason" and then he wrote: "can you tell me your dhgate name?" I told him my name on dhjason007.com, but he still hasent replied. anyone know something about him?!
  21. I want to change the dial of my HBB, and after some googling I find no such tutorial anywhere. So I turn here. I have an H screwdriver and a set of small precision screwdrivers.
  22. I was looking around the web and I found a picture of a Patek Phillipe Nautilus. Am I correct to assume that this is a blue dial, rose gold, on leather or is the sun playing tricks on the camera and it's a grey dial?
  23. Hey guys, this is my first post on the forum- I've been browsing the site for a couple of weeks after I saw an ad for a Hublot big bang in the New York Times. It immediately caught my eye and I decided to google the price and of course it was way out of my price range. That's when I started doing some research and I found out about replicas and I browsed here for a while to find a reputable dealer that I could buy from. Long story short, I decided to go with Watcheden. I placed my order on May 2 and finally received the watch today. After days of checking the USPS tracking site, I am glad to say that I love the watch. I don't know much about watches but it definitely looks the part and feels the part. I think that this purchase will be the first of many! Here are some pictures:
  24. I've been looking at reps for years now and just took the plunge 2 weeks ago and got a Tag Heuer Carrera 16 Day/Date Chrono from Andrew and the watch is amazing. I have a good few watches and was just wondering if anyone could send me in the right direction to get a nice watch box to display them plus also keep them well protected. Thanks.
  25. Does anyone know where I can purchase one of them Chinese made Sea-Gull Tourbillon watches? I've been looking for one recently since I started having a fascination with Tourbillons (though a European watch with Euro tourbillon parts is most likely out of my range). I looked on eBay and the Sea-Gulls on there seem to only be open heart designs with out a real tourbillon. Anyone here have any experience in buying one?
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