A way to ensure a Citizen brand watch is genuine is asking the seller to use the youVerify app prior to purchasing the product. This can show the buyer if the watch is real or counterfeit.Continue Reading
The first step is to check that the serial number listed matches the number on the case back of the watch. It is also important to check for spelling errors in the logos. These errors are common signs that a Citizen watch is counterfeit and not truly a Citizen brand watch. Next, check the instruction manual. The same spelling and logo errors apply and make sure the model number matches up to the watch. If logos and model numbers do not match, the watch is a fake.
The next step is to check the model and serial numbers. If the model number and serial numbers do not match or are missing from the watch, it is likely to be a fake Citizen watch. The fifth step is to check the logo on the face of the watch. All of the Citizen brand watches feature the "CITIZEN" logo on the watch face. Check to make sure the font of the letters is consistent with Citizen watches known to be genuine.Learn more about Watches