Originally Posted by The_Blob
I can tell that it's a fake Omega because the watch dial is so large and the bracelet is not proportional to the watch dial. How much did you pay for the watch? I would rather buy a real Swiss watch, than a fake one. Like a cheap Swiss Army watch. I doubt your watch is water resistant or shock resistant.
I'm not saying it's real, but you're way off on why its a fake. Anymore, you can pick up a rep for $100-$200 and an AD can't tell the difference until they inspect the movement, or some other fine detail you can't see until you hold the timepiece.
Shockproof? No automatic watch is shockproof. My $3000 Tag Aquagraph is in for service, most likely the hairspring has picked up a little oil from a hard shot. My old Casio G-Shock was more shock resistant. But didn't look nearly as good.
Can't post the wrist shot for a month or so until I get it back.