More new reviews from the very agitated Google first page for “replica watches”. I found a new website which is more like a new domain than a full-on new website. Oddwatches.com seems to be a lethal combination of red flags so let’s dig in deeper and look at all the details.
oddwatches.com Breitling & Tag Heuer watches reviewDesign & Usability
Good layout, colors, a good looking website at a first glance. I don’t like the two banners on the homepage that make you scroll down to get to the watches. They are not a good addition in terms of design and?certainly not a good feature in terms of usability. Besides this the website is easy to use and rolex replica submariner browse through. Design is a bit trying to take you away from the important details with pink banners on the fake watches pages but I think that that’s just a cheap try.
oddwatches.com watches reviewBrands & rolex replica watches Range
A considerable collection of brands and a lot of models as well. To make things look even bigger there are omega replica watches a lot of variations to the same models so all in all a lot of watches to browse through and hard not to find a lot of maybes.Watches Quality
As I believe that photos speak cartier fake watches for themselves the photos these guys are using are all baring bvlgari replica watches the watchjust.com logo. Nothing out of the ordinary so far but the descriptions they carry are totally inconsistent and lead me to believe that this is just another domain name that Rimwatches.com (one of my last week’s review) brought up. On both websites breitling knock off all descriptions no matter what watches are shown in their stolen photos read:
“We are selling replica Swiss watches with good quality.We have 10 years experience in manufacturing watches,all the advanced replica rolex watches for men materials, good workmanship.I replica rolex am breitling replica sure you will find one of your high-end watches.We will delivery to you within 5-9 days. The watches we sell are replica watches,but the quality is very good,and the craft is very delicate.Thanks for your understanding and help ”
oddwatches.com rolex replica Rolex Daytona yellow gold two tone watch review
Getting together the facts here: high prices + stolen photos + irrelevant descriptions always mean poor quality watches. Here are two examples: a Rolex Daytona two tone yellow gold replica and an?Omega Seamaster Planet Ocean Chronograph replica watch, for a better visual.
oddwatches.com Omega Seamaster Planet Ocean Chronograph watch reviewOverall
Do not fall for this. Don’t pay double prices on stolen photos and incorrect descriptions or you will experience first hand what a replica watches scam really looks like. Read this first and stay away from this website if you want to have a good replica watches experience.
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