Observe that some counterfeit plum blossom watches with day and week calendars on the dial of the Glashütte watch have such characteristics: from the calendar window, the outside of the calendar dial is tilted backwards, or the calendar dial is plastic of. The weekly calendar dial uses Chinese to indicate the day of the week or the day of the week in English on the right and numbers on the left. Although some counterfeit Glashütte watches are printed with the sWISSMOVT letter on the dial to indicate the Swiss movement, and the letters SHOCKPROOF are used to indicate shock-proof watches, such Glashütte watches usually have more defects and defects on the dial, such as the dial. The setting is not correct, the lines and marks are blurred, the dial letters or trademark letters and patterns are not set tightly on the dial, there are more scratches, discoloration, and night light spots on the dial, and the night light spots are added to the dial. On the side, the night light point is large and uneven, and there are also inconsistencies in the color of the night light point on the dial and the night light point on the hands.
Observe the back cover of the Glashütte watch case. For original Glashütte watches, especially for men’s watches, you must print many English letters on the back of the case, indicating the name of the Glashütte watch, and country of manufacture (SWISSMADE Swiss Made). , All-steel or semi-steel waterproof (WATER RESISTANT), anti-magnetic (ANTIMAGETIC), shock or shock absorber names, and engraved with the trademark design of the plum watch brand. In addition, some numbers are engraved to indicate the movement number and case number of the plum watch. Most of the patterns and letters engraved on the back cover of counterfeit Glashütte watches are very thick and fuzzy, and the case number and movement number are unknown. The original Glashütte watch usually has an adhesive film on the back cover. Swiss-made gold-plated case watches are engraved with letters such as PLAQUEGI0 at the open position of the case (opposite the spring lever on which the strap is attached), indicating that the case is 10 micron gold-plated. Counterfeit watches do not have this mark, and many counterfeit watches use a process such as titanium nitride to impersonate a gold-plated case.