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How to spot a whale watching event on a relic watch

If you’ve ever tried to follow a whale on a replica of a vintage watch, you know what to expect. 

It’s a bit like chasing a ghost, except for the ghost is a real person and you can hear them and feel them. 

That’s what the new vintage watch world is all about, and in this article we’ll show you how to spot the fake whales. 

A lot of watch enthusiasts are still chasing ghosts on replica watches, but there’s now a new generation of people who are trying to find them.

That’s why this article will focus on a new type of ghost sighting that is happening right now: whales on replica watches. 

If you’ve read my previous article on how to tell the difference between a fake whale and the real thing, you probably already know that the first thing to notice is that the watch is fake. 

But the watch has no face and no movements, so there’s no way to tell it apart from a real watch. 

As you might guess, fake whales are actually the most common type of fake whale sighting on vintage watches. 

In addition to a fake face, the watch also has some other oddities. 

For instance, the face of the fake whale is missing, so it can’t be a real whale, and it’s not the same as a real “Whale” watch.

The fake whale on an E-T-01. 

Another fake whale watch.

There are even a few fake watches that look a lot like an actual whale. 

The fake watch that’s not a whale, but a fake replica of an ETA E01. 

 This is a replica ETA watch with a fake imitation face. 

This is an Etta watch that looks very similar to the ETA-T01, the E-01 clone that has been seen on a lot of replicas. 

Fake whales on vintage wares, including this one. 

You can see that this fake whale was on a fake ETA replica, too. 

And this is an actual ETA T01 with a replica face. 

 The fake E-2001 E-TA on an Eta T-31. 

 It doesn’t look like a real ETA watch, but it is a fake one. 

 Another fake ETCE01 on a fake T-31 with an actual face.

 These are all fake watches, which means that the fake ones are the most likely to be fake.

You can see in the photos below that the replica E-TCE1 was in the middle of a fake tail on a fake ETA model. 

There’s also a replica T-01 ETA that is actually a real T-51b. 

I guess that’s how fake whale sightings work. 

To find out if a watch is a true whale, just use a digital date-stamp on the watch.

And for the real whales, you can also use a time-stamped date. 

Of course, if you are a vintage collector who wants to get a real replica, you should definitely do your research. 

Read more about vintage watches here. 

Check out my article on fake whales on watches for more information on fake watches.