Question about Pulsar Watches
I would not think it would be worth faking a Pulsar. The best way is always to ask a jeweler to remove the back and check for you so look at the movement and see if it says it says made in China. Here is some good information on spotting fakes. For me, it is the feel of the strap, the originals are silky smooth where as fakes are scratchy.
Posted on Apr 10, 2019
We have no way to know that, contact a retailer of the watch.
Posted on Apr 10, 2019
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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Some of these can be quite a bugger to set, there are so many variates of Pulsar watches, and I'm not able to locate exact instructions for that model. However if you call Pulsar with that model number they will gladly provide a free manual for you, one you can probably even download and view, or they can email it to you directly. Please call Pulsar at 1-201-529-5730 and request the instructions.
Posted on Sep 23, 2010
The only way to know whether a luxury watch is authentic with 100-percent certainty is to take off the case back and look at the movement--or, rather, have a watchmaker do it, be it the manufacturer (who might charge a fee to authenticate your watch, depending on the brand) or an independent watchmaker whom you deal with (who may out of the goodness of their heart check it for you). Serial numbers, etc. are a good start, but those, too, can be duplicated. True, authorised dealers (ADs) get their watches direct from the manufacturere (and are authorised in turn, thus able to stamp the manufacturer's warranty card); however, many ADs turn their watches over to the "gray market" dealers who are not authorised to stamp the warranty (depending on the brand, there only being 2 brands that actually sell everything they make at the prices they ask, there are many reasons for this: mainly, "over-stock", customer returns, refurbished, discontinued, etc.). Grey goods are authentic goods, just sold via unauthorised channels (not all grey dealers being equal, so know who it is that you are dealing with in turn and keep in mind also that many ADs hold onto their "over-stock" for eons, meaning the watch bought grey may or may not actually be brand new (could be a return for e.g.) and/or might need a service--unlike fruits and veggies, watches do not come with an expiration date. ;) That said, you can often tell whether what you have is authentic or not by carefully studying pictures of the real watch and comparing it carefully to that which you have. Other things to keep in mind are where you bought it from and for how much. Remember always that if something seems too good to be true, it usually is. All the best.
Posted on Aug 05, 2012
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