How To Tell if Versace Glasses Are Real

How To Tell if Versace Glasses Are Real? Step-by-Step Guide

1. Quality

The first thing to check is the overall quality of the product. Note errors in grammar and spelling, and check to see if something is printed. Also check the paint and wear. Make sure the paint is intact and not chipped.

2. Nose Piece

Next, the nose piece should have the Versace logo.

The Versace trademark is typically stamped on at least two temple pieces on the insides of Versace glasses. A detail that many counterfeiters do without is that most consumers are more gravitating to the outer details and overlook the inner details. So, when you are evaluating the legitimacy of Versace sunglasses, make sure you pay particular attention to the nose piece.

3. Printing

Raise your arms and make sure that the prints are centered. Many real ones can appear slightly off-center, but they should be close to center.

4. Logo

Next, evaluate the Versace logo plate on each arm. Following this, the Versace logo must be in just the right place; up at the top.

In addition, usually, Versace glasses have their logo etched onto the lens. There are two major differences between the Versace or fake here, and the quality of the stamp. Typically, the counterfeiters make low-quality screen prints of the Versace logo. The screen-print method provides no texture to the logo, whereas authentic pair of Versace glasses provides a texture in the plate.

A simple check that if to see if you purchase a fake Versace glasses is by running your finger over the stamp - if you have a fake pair, you won't feel anything. On a genuine pair of Versace glasses, you should be able to feel the texture or some form of indentation.

5. Temple

The right side of the temple arm of Versace sunglasses will feature the 'Versace' brand next to the "Made in Italy" text. Newer models will also show just one letter followed by CE. In addition, these details are extremely difficult to reproduce, and most counterfeiters would prefer to avoid it.

However, some counterfeiters will attempt to reproduce it.

In the event you have purchased a fake Versace pair, check the point at which the temple is inserted and look at the spacing and centering. The Versace temple insert ought to be centered within the tip and placed smoothly on the surface.

6. Cost

Before buying eyeglasses, be aware that extremely inexpensive glasses are often low quality. The prices of a pair of Versace eyeglasses vary depending on the lens and frame choose. Some eyeglasses start around $175, while higher-end versions may cost between $450 and $650. If the discounted price is significantly lower than the original cost, it could be possible the glasses are fake.

7. Inscriptions

Nowadays, Versace sunglasses include a serial number etched on the right lens for proper identification. Take a proper look at the numbers on the lens and make sure it looks clean and clear. Older models may not have identification numbers.

8. Warranty Card

New Versace glasses come with Versace warranty cards inside the case. The inside contains detailed information about the eyeglasses and the store that sold it. Before purchasing a Versace pair of glasses, be sure to request an authenticity warranty card. If the glasses are purchased from a private individual and do not have the included warranty card then you need to be careful.

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