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    Mine came into the country yesterday and was sent to my local postoffice today!! if im lucky I get it tomorrow afternoon. Stoked.

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      Originally posted by stufuse View Post

      So good, surely the best OTB rep we’ve ever had since a TC


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      Agreed. Shout out to Tsung Chi

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        Originally posted by Jayalvin777 View Post
        Has anyone with the old bracelet has try to source a new bracelet? I wonder if the engraving, coronet and clasp action is different like on the old and new version of the 116xxx i compared.
        I asked my TD before two weeks to souce me some VSF 126610 parts and he replied that the factory don't sell parts now becuase they are the best factory producing this model.

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          Originally posted by stufuse View Post

          I’ve had no post for 10 days. So many staff off sick, post sitting in depo piling up


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          Oh wow not good, we seem to have moved from every day delivery to every 2-3 days whilst they manage the additional demand on their network, 10 days is a long time to wait though.

          Has anyone had chance to see the H7N and L1Q bracelets side-by-side yet?

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            Originally posted by UnluckyXIII View Post

            Oh wow not good, we seem to have moved from every day delivery to every 2-3 days whilst they manage the additional demand on their network, 10 days is a long time to wait though.

            Has anyone had chance to see the H7N and L1Q bracelets side-by-side yet?
            just to let you guys know. The new VSF bracelets have more than 2 clasp codes. I’ve been handling a few of them lately and there are at least 10 different clasp codes circulating. There seem to be 2 relevant number ranges but there is definitely some randomness... The time of clasp code checking might be over...

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              Originally posted by Borgrep View Post

              just to let you guys know. The new VSF bracelets have more than 2 clasp codes. I’ve been handling a few of them lately and there are at least 10 different clasp codes circulating. There seem to be 2 relevant number ranges but there is definitely some randomness... The time of clasp code checking might be over...
              This would be great if they do so..
              but actually I haven’t heard about that before about any factory.

              but I do heard some roomers that they have also “ raided “ vsf someone else know if this is true?

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                Originally posted by masterpiece777 View Post

                This would be great if they do so..
                but actually I haven’t heard about that before about any factory.

                but I do heard some roomers that they have also “ raided “ vsf someone else know if this is true?
                actually it is pretty annoying. As someone who often buys Gen Rolex watches from private sellers, clasp codes have helped my to identify scam watches on several occasions. Afaik clasp codes have been a gentleman agreement between the factories ever since.

                Ofc it is not enough to rely your analysis on clasp codes but it made things easier, especially because most people don’t know about the codes.

                I have a gen 126610LN and compared it to some of the VS watches. The quality is creepy. With the new clasp codes, you’ll need at least a 50x magnifier to even have a chance to detect them. Since there are already decently faked new warranty cards around, i am pretty sure that many people will lose a lot of money on these watches. And don’t come with „inspecting the movement“. People are never going to let you open their new 16k$ starbucks...

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                      Originally posted by Borgrep View Post
                      And don’t come with „inspecting the movement“. People are never going to let you open their new 16k$ starbucks...
                      plus the movement also gets harder to call out, the new VS movements take a gen balance so a scammer could put one in without problems

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                        Originally posted by Arik dahan View Post
                        I think the lag is pretty good.
                        The problem in the first link under the lag is not enough space as in the real one so it gives a feeling that the lag is too rounded and less sharp
                        Look at the profit
                        I know we all focus on different areas and minuscule anomalies but I think I can live with that one.


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                          Arik dahan thank you for the comparison but take a look at my VSF. Mine seems to look a bit different than yours.

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                            Originally posted by Borgrep View Post

                            actually it is pretty annoying. As someone who often buys Gen Rolex watches from private sellers, clasp codes have helped my to identify scam watches on several occasions. Afaik clasp codes have been a gentleman agreement between the factories ever since.

                            Ofc it is not enough to rely your analysis on clasp codes but it made things easier, especially because most people don’t know about the codes.

                            I have a gen 126610LN and compared it to some of the VS watches. The quality is creepy. With the new clasp codes, you’ll need at least a 50x magnifier to even have a chance to detect them. Since there are already decently faked new warranty cards around, i am pretty sure that many people will lose a lot of money on these watches. And don’t come with „inspecting the movement“. People are never going to let you open their new 16k$ starbucks...
                            Even still, most people would inspect a clone 3235 or 3135 and give it the thumbs up. You really have to know what youre looking for to know the difference.

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                              thank you for the comparison but take a look at my VSF. Mine seems to look a bit different than yours.
                              That is a 116610, not a 126610.

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                                Originally posted by tom86 View Post

                                That is a 116610, not a 126610.
                                Omg.... Sorry lol. Wrong thread.

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