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good question,

a new ceramic Rado watch usually cost at least $1500 for the lowest model,

looking at the feedback is also not too encouraging

if it's too good to be true ...
 

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good question,

a new ceramic Rado watch usually cost at least $1500 for the lowest model,

looking at the feedback is also not too encouraging

if it's too good to be true ...
Are you looking at the same feedback I am? The seller has 100% positive feedback and it seems people got exactly what they thought they bought.
 

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and he gives refunds.

yeah, seems to good to be true, thats why i'm asking here.

bit hard to compare it to the fake/replica sellers because they dont use their own photos i think.

have sent him a message anyway, so will see what he says.
cheers
 

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It's cheap 'cause it's fake. I have never had an Integral or but the edges of everything seem wrong, the ceramic looks wrong, the manual and the inner box look...cheap and wrong... and the dead giveaway is the clasp. Well, the clasp and the price. Rado use an uneven butterfly clasp of much better quality.
 

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yeah i had my suspicions, the back of the watch looked good to me, (from the photo) - but I'm glad i asked.

the hands look different to similar ones on Rado.com, but i thought the seller might have a older model.

thanks Henry
 

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My friend Henry is correct....the clasp is wrong. It's fake.
 
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