1. What is the quality of our watches?
We have both Japanese and top Swiss grade replica watches.

2. What is the difference between Swiss and Japanese grade replica Rolex watches?
The difference between Swiss and Japanese grade watches is the steel grade that is being used, as well as the manufacturing process and machinery. Japanese grade watches use 316L steel while the Swiss grade is manufactured from 904L Steel which is a much durable, rust and corrosion-resistant but at the same time more costly and complicated to produce. Swiss grade watches are manufactured on machinery that is cloned to match Swiss technology and standards, therefore a higher accuracy and finishing is to be expected.

3. Can you send me more pictures of the desired model?
Since we get a lot of requests, some of which are our competitors trying to keep us busy, we send extra pictures only to our existing customers.

4. Does the second hand run smooth or ticking?
Yes, second hand sweeps with a rate of 21600 bph.

5. Will I receive a tracking number?
After we process the order in 5-10 days, we will send you the tracking number to your email and we will update you through your phone number as well.

The processing up to the delivery can take 10-25 business days at the moment.

6. Do the watches have ceramic bezels?
Yes, if the authentic model feature a ceramic bezel, our replica does as well.

7. Does the watch come with original box and papers?
To avoid high shipping and product costs, the watch is shipped without the branded box. If you wish to add a box to your order, you can do it on the product page.

8. How fast is the shipping time?
Once the payment is confirmed, we will process your order in our warehouse for 5-10 days, then we will ship which would take additional 10-15 more business days to get delivered to your door.

Note: Sometimes there is an overload in warehouse and the processing time may take 10-15 days.

9. What type of glass do you use to manufacture watches?
All our watches feature highly durable, non-scratch Sapphire glass.

10. Can I pay with my VISA/Mastercard card?
We encourage people to use Bitcoin, MoneyGram and Western Union, since Visa and MasterCard policies are against replica products, however we process Visa/MasterCards/Amex, Discovery at a limited period of time. If you do not find the option available, come back another time.

11. Do you deliver to my country?
Due to the recent pandemic, we are not able to deliver to some countries. If you do not find your country on the check out options, it means we are not able to ship there.

12. What movement do the watches have?
Depending on the grade of the watch you have chosen, our watches have Japanese or high quality ETA Swiss movements.

13. Are the watches water resistant?
Our Swiss watches are waterproof.
However, our Japanese watches are only water resistant; we do not recommend swimming or taking showers with them. Taking the watches underwater will revoke their guarantee.

14. What is meant by the terms: automatic, quartz and second hand?
Automatic refers to a movement of the watch which consists of a self-winding mechanism, which allows the watch to work alone without batteries. The advantage is that no batteries are needed to operate the watch. The downside is that the watch needs to be serviced every few years to make sure it works properly.
Quartz refers to a clock movement that works with a battery. The advantage is that the watch normally lasts longer than an automatic watch. The downside is that the battery needs to be changed every now and then.
A wide second hand refers to a second hand that flows smoothly rather than ticking once per second. Basically, its movement consists of a group of very small and quick ticks that combine to make it appear that the hand is sweeping smoothly. All automatic watches have a large second hand and all quartz watches have a ticking second hand.

15. How can I set the time?
To set the time of the automatic clock, it is necessary to turn the button counterclockwise if you have a clock with a screw lock. You will therefore need to pull the button out slightly. The best way to do this is to use the first and second fingers and also use the nail as a lever to extract the button with the least possible force. You will feel a small click when you do it correctly. In some watches with a date function, the first step would be for setting the date and the second step would be for the time. Now you can set the time by turning it counterclockwise. This would move the hour hour hands forward until the correct time is set. After setting the correct time, push the button back and turn it clockwise for a few turns to lock it in position.

16. Why does my automatic movement waste time and sometimes stop moving?
When you receive your automatic movement for the first time, you will need to charge it for 3 minutes in a row BEFORE wearing it. Later, if you wear it daily, it will continue to load on your wrist when you move and walk. If you stop wearing it for more than about 2 days, the watch will need to be reset, but then it will automatically restart after wearing it again. The watch would therefore not waste time if it were not worn constantly. However, keep in mind that you will never have to replace the battery since there is not one and, above all, this type of movement is exactly what the originals use!

17. What payment methods do you accept?
We accept VISA, MasterCard, PayPal as a payment method. Please contact us for other payment methods.