Buying a designer watch is a huge purchase that is often worth the investment. You're often paying for the massive amount of craftsmanship that goes into the very best timepieces, which can make dropping a ton of money on a fake only that much more devastating. This helpful infographic from Watches2U will make sure you never get caught with anything but the authentic, though.
The infographic calls out some of the most common signifiers that a watch is fake, including spelling errors, logo placement, the noise it makes, and even the packaging. It also dives deep to point out the tinyred flags that are specific to three of the biggest luxury watch brands, Rolex, Omega, and Tag Heuer.
Check out the full infographic above so you don't get caught slipping with a fake watch, like these rappers did.