Nowadays, there are fake watches of nearly every brand, and one of suh watch brand is Piaget, so today we decided to look into some of the things that you can use to differentiate between a fake Piaget and a real Paiget. So, without further ado, let’s get right into it!
A few of the things that you can do to know whether your Piaget watch is real or not are as follows:
- The Stamp On The Back And Buckle Of The Watch: It would usually be stamped by marks of “18k” Or “0.750
- Serial Number: The serial number in a Piaget watch is located in the back of the watch. For those of you who don’t know it is the lane of 7 digits .
- Cyclops: The next point is the cyclops or the date window this is there to magnify the tiny date disc behind so that it’s more legible a real submariner magnifies that tiny date number by 2.5 times the cyclops is a really hard thing for these fake factories to get right not just because of magnification but also the clarity of the number behind.
- The Finishing: The next part is finishing which is a weird one because Piaget isn’t really known for its high finishing but there are areas of the watch which will be absolutely perfect and that’s usually around text and markers in the fake one the text has been executed absolutely horribly it’s really quite sharp, the size and shape of the numerals is incorrect
- The Movement: The next point is the movement and this is probably the easiest way to identify a fake watch but it’s also hard because you need the watch in your hand a real Piaget the movement will feel absolutely buttery smooth when you interact with it through the crown, when you unwind the crown on a real Piaget there should be a little bit of resistance because essentially you’re unlocking the crown but as you unscrew it that should feel super smooth when you interact with the movement either winding the watch or changing the time.
- Price: Piaget is renowned for its unadulterated craftsmanship in watch production. The Piaget watch cost isn’t barred from this custom. If a merchant sells you a watch at a shockingly low value, you are in danger of losing cash for a fake Piaget!
Furthermore, if the watch’s quality doesn’t appear to legitimize a more exorbitant cost, the vendor is in all likelihood beguiling you with a fake model. So it’s a smart thought is to contrast a watch’s cost and an alternate source prior to making a purchase.
That’s about it for this blog, if you have any further clock/watches-related questions, feel free to use the comment section below. And if you want to read an interesting article on why clocks don’t appear in dreams, we have a great article on just that so do give it a click if you are interested “Why don’t clocks appear in dreams? Clocks and dreams!“. Here is also a link about the history of clocks if you want to give that a look “History of timekeeping devices“