Informational Post on How to Tell a Fake Tag Heuer from a Real Tag Heuer Announced by Ron Gordon Watch Repair of New York, NY

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Watch specialist, Ron Gordon, provides eight authenticating elements to look for when buying a Tag Heuer watch to avoid being sold an imposter. Based in New York, NY, Ron Gordon shares his expertise for luxury watch repair.

Fake Vs Real Tag Heuer Watch
"If it sounds too good to be true, it probably is," explained Ron Gordon, proprietor of the Ron Gordon Watch Repair.

Ron Gordon Watch Repair, a top-rated Tag Heuer Repair service in New York City, is proud to announce the release of a new blog post to help people identify a fake vs. a real Tag Heuer watch before being scammed into paying for one that is not authentic. Ron Gordon is a recognized expert in luxury watches, graduating in 1976 from the Joseph Bulova School of Watchmaking. In addition, Mr. Gordon has published highly recognized posts on Rolex and other brands that are often subject to counterfeiting.

To read the informative blog post, please visit http://www.rongordonwatches.com/TagHeuerFakevsReal.php. The blog post is part of a series on identifying fake or non-genuine luxury watches, and part of Mr. Gordon's informative blog on watches and watch repair. The blog post represents a serious effort to distill down key ingredients to the process, ingredients that only a true watch repair expert could produce.

"If it sounds too good to be true, it probably is," explained Ron Gordon, proprietor of the Ron Gordon Watch Repair. "And that is doubly so with expensive, quality Tag Heuer time pieces. We have had such a positive response to our posts on other types of watch issues, that we have expanded our blog posts to really go into detail on how to spot a fake, replica, 'knock-off', imposter, or 'designer inspired' Tag Heuer watch vs. the genuine, real thing.”

How to Spot a Fake Tag Heuer Watch: Some Quick Tips

The blog post provides eight common features that differ from each other between a fake Tag Heuer watch and an authentic Tag Heuer watch. The crown of the watch should never have the Tag logo adhered to it, and should wind the watch smoothly and easily. The face should be pristine with clear, crisp letters and fonts. The luminosity of a Tag Heuer should be bright and vibrant, allowing the numbers to be easily read. The bottom of a genuine Tag Heuer should say “Swiss Made”, and the lettering should be uniform and clear. Finally, all Tag Heuer watches come in a velvet watch box with the Tag Heuer logo embossed in the velvet, and they all come with a certificate of authenticity that has a number which has been uniquely assigned and registered to Tag Heuer for that particular watch. No two watches have the same ID number.

About Ron Gordon Watch Repair

Ron Gordon Watch Repair is conveniently located at 280 Madison Avenue at 40th Street in Midtown Manhattan, New York City. The company specializes in the service and repair of high quality, luxury, watches, both modern and vintage, and repairs watches for those who wear the very best brands. The expert and namesake is Ron Gordon.

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