HOW TO SPOT A FAKE HERMÈS CLIC H BRACELET
This real vs fake Hermès guide shares tips on how to spot a fake Hermès Clic H bracelet so that you can carry out legit checks on similar Hermès bracelets that you may be interested in purchasing or already own. The Hermès Clic H bracelet is smaller than the more popular Hermès Clic Clac bracelet and it retails for less, with the retail price being listed at £485 on the official Hermès online store. The bracelet is available in many colours and 3 different plating types. As with most luxury items, many people, knowingly or not, sell replica versions as real. Use this guide to help you spot fakes and avoid falling victim to scams.
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1. The authentic Hermès bracelet is on top and the fake one is at the bottom. The real Hermès bracelet is plated with real gold and as you will see throughout this guide, the tone of the gold on the fake Hermès bracelet is not correct (it is not plated with real gold either). The fake’s orange enamel is not quite right either (it is too dark) and the “H” is not shaped accurately.
2. On authentic Hermès boxes, border/logo prints are always clear and bold. If the print ever looks faint or faded, the product inside the box is likely to be a replica.
3. As discussed, authentic Hermès boxes have clear and bold prints on them.
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