How To Know If My Tissot Watch Is Authentic

Published: 11th August 2010
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Of course, there are plenty of fakes and replicas out there in the world today. Everyday we see these "too good to be true" deals on luxury watches, like Tissot to name just one luxury brand. If you have made one of these purchases and would like to verify the actual authenticity of your new luxury watch, there are a few quick and easy things you can do.

1. These watches are sold through authorized dealers and also through the Company's own website. If the party you made your purchase from was an authorized dealer, you have no worries.

2. Your timepiece should have come to you, with some sort of certificate or papers, which verify authenticity. If your watch came with no papers, you need to examine it very closely. It may be a genuine "pre-owned" model, in which case you need to return it, right away.

3. Of course, you will want to check for obvious and clear signs, like words being misspelled and any other evidence of poor workmanship. These watch makers do not use glue, so look for signs of glue residue.

4. Make sure that your watch is in proper working order. Check that all functionality is in place.

5. Lastly, many of these luxury watches are crafted with a luminescent material. Take you timepiece in direct sunlight for about an hour, and then back indoors, the dial or the arms should have a luminescent glow.

Make sure you own a genuine timepiece, by following these simple steps.

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