The Tissot Force Locke Energy Display comes with both a leather strap and a steel bracelet, and the dial scale is either black or ivory with Roman numerals. The design of the Tissot Force Locke Energy watch is Tissot’s infinite quest for automatic movements as well as understated elegance. So how can you tell a Tissot Force Locke watch from a real one?1. From the appearance:The front of the genuine Le Locle: all the fonts are printed very clearly, the pattern is angular, and the end of the second hand is rice-shaped and more rounded. Counterfeit front side of the force locks: the pattern is often blurred, the angles and levels are not well defined. The font printing quality is relatively low, and the font in the pattern is obviously mutilated. The end of the second hand is teardrop-shaped and more pointed. These two features are the shape of an older or non-original second hand. 2. Movement
Most Tissot watches are made with eta movements, however eta is sold on the market by generic movements, such as 2824-2, 2836-2, 2834-2, and the imitations of these three movements are also imitated very cleverly, the appearance is basically not visible, so the watches with these movements are extremely imitated, try to avoid buying them. On the contrary, some of the watches with special features on the contrary, no one imitates, because there is no movement, imitation can not, even if imitation is only the same appearance, the function will be different.
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