How to Spot Fake Sunglasses
Who does not want a pair of Gucci sunglasses? Even is so crazy to wear one. Gucci is one of the most popular sunglass brands these days worn by royalties and celebrities from all around the world. But more than just style, what makes Gucci sunglasses a huge hit is the fact that they’re undoubtedly functional as well. This is the very same reason why many of today’s big names are seen wearing a pair of Gucci sunnies.
But some individuals are using this high demand for Gucci as the perfect excuse to lure them to spend money. How? They sell fake Gucci sunglasses. Fake items are rampant nowadays, especially on Internet sites such as eBay. The sad thing is that there are a lot of buyers who do not care enough about actually examining the item before they make a purchase. Because the crooks come up with a really good tactic in copying the real Gucci sunglass, many are fooled, pay for the price of an authentic Gucci, and receive a fakie. To avoid this from happening to you, we’ve listed down some tips which you might want to consider to spot a pair of fake Gucci sunglasses. Here are some tips.
Check the material. It’s always best that you check the sunglasses in person so instead of buying from an online shop, head out to nearest shop instead and check the material of the Gucci sunglasses. Examine the plastic carefully. It should not look cheap and should not feel light. The Gucci logo should be cut and pasted neatly as well. Watch out for cheap-looking rhinestones as this could be a sign of a fake sunnies.
Examine the label. High-end manufacturers such as Gucci would spend hours and days trying to perfect not only the sunglass but also the label. Read the label and check for typographical errors. If you see one, then you’re looking at a fake pair of Gucci sunglasses.
The case. Just like any other designer sunglasses, Gucci sunglasses come with a luxurious packaging – a box, a case, tags, and a dust bag. Some makers of Gucci sunglasses sell their items with a box but be sure to check the hinges. Loose hinges that appear to be cheap are more likely to be fake.
Where was it made? Always know where your sunglasses were made. Items that are made in China or Taiwan should raise the red flags.
Spotting a fake Gucci may be quite a challenge especially if it’s your first time to buy a pair of Gucci sunglasses. Ask an expert to come with you when you make a purchase. You can also study the tricks on your own. There are a lot of online articles as well as videos that can help you spot the fake from the real one.
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