IWC only uses 904L stainless steel not comparable to any other brand which only utilises 316L.
904L has extra Chromoum, Molybdenum, Nickel, and Copper which gives it improved resistance to acids. Whereas 316L is considered a marine-grade steel which is tougher, harder and less acid-resistant making it more vulnerable when it comes to salt water and sweat. The material of 904L is highly polishable that gives its unique shine and at the same time provides high durability and acid resistance to last when in constant contact with salt water and sweat.IWC is famous for its never-fading gold Replica Watches whether it’s white, everose or yellow gold. Like any other expensive swiss timepieces, it only uses 18ct solid gold (pure gold and a mixture of elements including silver, copper, platinum and palladium). IWC uses this material for both the head and bracelet of the watch. A fake IWC does’t even come close to this quality. IWC only uses this material to provide its durability, shine and exquisiteness of an 18ct solid gold on your wrist. The unique shine can easily be spotted on the fluted bezel. When it comes to diamonds, IWC only uses IF in clarity and D-G in color (closest to white) which can easily be distinguishable from fake diamonds. Each diamond is carefully set by hand on the dials as hour markers, on the bezel and on the bracelet. IWC Replica Watches professional models are known for its hard, corrossion-resistant ceramic bezel which is basically scratch-proof. This is extremely durable, long-lasting and has a distinctive shine. IWC patented the term “Cerachrom” for their own ceramic material used on the bezels. IWC and other swiss watches only uses scratch-resistant sapphire crystal. A fake IWC only uses cheap glass/plastic materials for this. IWC is known for its magnifying glass on the date at 3 o’clock position which is referred to as Cyclops. A fake IWC doesn’t align this magnifying glass to its date the way IWC Fake Watches does. Printing of the logo and other text on the dial should be perfect.Thin and not bold. Consistent spacing, no smudges and obviously no mispellings.Take a look at the second-hand market. There are some great old IWC to be had for very little money. This will impress far more people than a cheap copy.
I see that you want to to use it impress people.
Sure a lot of people do that. But the people who can’t tell a fake IWC are probably not the people you want to impress and not worth impressing anyway. People who are genuinely impressed by watches usually are interested in watches to begin with and can tell what is the real thing straightaway.The fact you are asking such a question shows you do not yet understand what an investment is. Buying a watch like an Cheap IWC Replica is an INVESTMENT that pays off over time by being a timeless, reliable, heirloom quality timepiece. Such status watches are investments because instead of replacing a cheapie knock-off piece of junk, you have a watch for life. If you invest in a good watch, regardless of the label or price tag, you will have a watch that will last at least your lifetime, if not be passed on to future generations. Some investments may not have a fancy name, or regular dividends you can put in a bank account, but there are many ways to invest. Figure out which type of investments you truly want to make. I’d avoid it. Take that $200 and get a decent Seiko or maybe something unique like a Russian automatic. Even a high end G-Shock will impress if you dress around it and wear it in the right situation. Increase the budget to $500 and you’ll have a ton of cool options. In other words, instead of trying to deceive people about having a lot of money, show people that you have taste instead. Arguably, that will be more impressive anyway. Spending thousands on a watch is kind of an older man’s game, and it could even backfire to be wearing one around at age 25. It might come off as gauche or even threatening, depending on your audience.You may be able to impress people with a Fake Watches. Not the ones you want to impress. Impressing with a fake is more fooling then impressing IMHO. Indeed there are many used IWC’s out there that are great watches. Real watch lovers will notice this. Say a 500 $ IWC may send a signal “I may not be desperately rich, but I am not settling for less”. There are a lot of reputable dealers that advertise online, but most high end brands do NOT allow authorized retailers to sell online. Therefore, if you see these brands online, they are either purchased through unauthorized channels, fake, don’t come with a factory warranty, etc.
I’ll give you an example, I own a ref. 375603 from Replica Watches since 7 years ago or so, Its value has increased a little bit given that it’s a strange watch, a collectors already, because its from a series they no longer do, the GST series (which also connects in terms of design to the Porsche Design – IWC venture) but mainly because it has a complication designed by famous watch maker Kurt Klaus which consists of a Perpetual Calendar that he developed, also it is disruptive in the IWC Replica Watches way that you have a PC and chronograph mounted on a “sport” titanium case, normally you’ll find PC’s in more “elegant” or sober cases… so perhaps this is why it has retained value among other things.