I don’t consider myself a very snobbish person, but I just can’t forgive a replica watches site that doesn’t understand how important optics is in this line of business. We buy replica watches because we like beautiful watches not because of their internal qualities or extreme precision. So, for us, appearance is the main thing when it comes to deciding what to buy and from where to buy it. Of course, we also care about getting a working fake watch, but only after we are sure that its aesthetics is perfect. Today, I came across a very interesting new replica watches site:Jomashop.com. It looks like a very promising online store, just that at first glance you can’t help but notice its rudimentary design without any touches of professionalism or elegance. But let’s not get ahead of ourselves here. Maybe there is more to this company than meets the eye.
Jomashop.com impresses with a very modern appearance. It looks like the ideal online replica watches store for buying good quality imitation timepieces. This opinion is reinforced by the very appealing and interactive design of the website which has five very colorful sliding banners, a simple top menu bar with links to the informative pages and a very inclusive left side brands list. The brands menu bar is so long that you need to scroll down a couple of times before getting to the end of the list.
The overall professional look of the store is also supported by the wide selection of watch designer names available here. You can choose some of the most remarkable designs launched by the most popular watch companies in the world. No doubt about this, here you will surely find the models you were looking for.
Jomashop.com carries both Swiss and Japanese automatic mechanism replica watches. The Swiss ETA automatic movement fakes cost about $300-$450 while the Japanese knockoffs are priced at $100-$150. My opinion is that these prices are pretty affordable; especially when you consider the fact that the authentic watches cost, at least, ten times more.
I don’t know about the pictures…These look a little bit shady to me. Some are very clear and professional looking with a white background while others are blurry and have a gray background. The images are clearly from different sources and have a different website name watermarked on them: Jomashop.com . Probably, the company has changed its domain recently, but why didn’t it update the watermark of the photo? And why are the pictures taken in different studios? I recommend you to request photos of its actual watches before you order from this company.
I was surprised to see that the website has a Live Chat that says online so I clicked it. I was even more shocked to see that an agent named Grace took my conversation and was delighted to answer my questions. I asked a few things about the payment and shipping policy and afterwards got right to what interested me most- the repairs warranty. Do they have one? What are the terms? I was very impressed with how polite and friendly the operator was, but sad to discover that they offer only a 14-29 days free repairs warranty. From what the webpage says, the refund/exchange policy is 30 days so why would I want to repair my watch when I can replace it with a new one or get my money back?