F A Q
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
What is the first thing I need to do upon receiving the watch?
Upon receiving the watch, please wind it. It is likely that the watch would have run out of energy through the shipping process. Wind the watch by turning the crown about 15 – 20 full clockwise rotations. If you know your watch is run by battery, there is no need to wind it. If your watch has a screw-tight crown, release it by turning it anti-clockwise until it is loose. Then wind it 15 – 20 times clockwise as mentioned. Once that is done, you can tighten it by pushing the crown inside and turning the crown clockwise at the same time. By doing a manual winding of the watch, your watch will start to tick.