If you're wearing a Rolex then have you ever thought about the possibility that people may notice you're wearing a fake Rolex watch? I'm sure there's a lot of non-wearing Rolex aficionados out there who swear by the fact that nobody notices when you wear a fake Rolex. The truth of the matter is that some people do notice. The real question then is: will people notice if I wear a real Rolex?
I think they will, but why? The short answer is: people will notice if I wear a real thing, but they won't notice if I wear a fake one. The long answer is: why wear a fake watch if you can get something better than a fake and still be completely authentic? That's, essentially, a question you need to ask yourself: why buy a Rolex at all if you could get a replica instead? Which is exactly the same question I ask myself every time I think about buying another brand of watches on the internet.
I don't think there's any one person in the world who owns more expensive watches than the average person. That means it's pretty much impossible for someone to own one with a perfectly symmetrical face-like appearance as the Rolex does. The only way to really have the perfect watch is to make one yourself. The best way to do this is with a "top-of-the-line" replica. Yes, it will cost you a bit more than the real thing, but in return you'll have an item of unquestionable quality which won't be easy to distinguish from the real thing. To me, this is an unbeatable deal.
Of course, if you're going to spend the money on a Rolex, you want to be sure that it's real. There are a lot of fakes out there and many of them look almost identical to the real thing. But then there are the replicas: they're almost as good as the real thing if not better. They may cost a bit more, but at least they'll be authentic. If you don't mind paying a few more dollars, that's a great way to go.
I'm not sure why most people notice if I wear a Rolex. Perhaps it has something to do with the fact that Rolex watches are made of steel and they're solid. This alone makes them seem like the real thing. But other than that, it really has nothing to do with the way that your watch looks.
There are some other factors that will help you decide whether or not people notice if I wear a Rolex. The first is probably the most important one. If the watch says "Real Stainless," then it's probably a fake. Some fake watches have just a steel case with silver dials and a metal bracelet. While this certainly isn't as flashy as stainless steel sports watch, it's a lot less flashy.
The other thing that you should keep in mind is the "look." While a real thing will be durable and withstand damage, a fake will not. If you have to repair the watch after it gets dented, that's one thing, but if it cracks or gets worn down to the point that it needs a new band, then that's an entirely different story. You will always see a different degree of wear on a fake watch. On the other hand, a real thing will never get worn down to the point where it looks ratty.
All in all, there are a few things that you have to keep in mind when it comes to your wristwatch. It's more than just" Looks" for some people. It's more like" Feel" or" Comfort." If you don't like your watch and you don't tell anyone, chances are good that the next time you use it, someone will notice and they'll make sure you know about it. Even if you just think that it's a cool looking watch, if it's uncomfortable then it's not worth wearing.