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    blue BR02-92 fake or real?

    Hi!

    I am new to this but as here are some real geeks, maybe u can shorten my answer-time (not so send it to BR) and throw it into the garbage...i was asked to get the following:
    A BR02-92, pics below...as a matter of fact the seller gave me a sheet where it looks like as if there was an asian caliber inside and the watch is a fake but it looks valid....seriously i know its cheap (could get it for EUR 1500,-) new without box and papers....please help me!
    thx
    claus from spain
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    Looks good to me. Replicas of the 02 line are very accurate, but they often get the crown (the & logo isn't raised, but flush) and HE valve wrong. Can you get a pic of the HE valve on the left side of the case?
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    Make sure that pics are seller's! Sometimes, pics are stolen on the net..

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    +1 with Kronofred
    btw, looks good to me
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    Exclamation news...

    looks like its NOT a 02-92, more a 02-20....
    that makes things more stange as i think....the caliber should have 21600 Alt/h....
    .....can that be?

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    Serial number should be something like 02-20 xxx but the official name stays 02-92. That's OK!

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    thx, but does that mean 02-20 xxx or 02-20 xxxxx since they told me its 0xxxx ?!
    and what about the caliber? is it possible there is a 21,600 in it....i only found 28,800 ....the 21,600 i found on the net were all fakes!
    and then it stays a 02 series....but not a 02-92 does it?
    if the early as i read in the forum tend to be 02-20 (with the SW-Calibers? or not) then which other calibers are built in with the years in the 02-automatic-series then?

    thx

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    Serial number must be 02-20 xxxx
    At the beginning, there was Sellita SW200 inside.
    But you're true, this movement is at 4Hz (28, 800 alt/h).
    SW200 has been replaced by ETA 2892 few times later.
    SW200 is a clone of ETA, same size but with a small difference in jewels.

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    ...but i haven't read anything about a 21,600 (like the valjoux) in a bell ross 02.....were there EVER other calibers then 28,800/ 4hz?
    if not....well then the quality of the replica must be (except the caliber) extrem high...these things can't be bought for a few bucks....THEY ARE EXPENSIVE TO BUY....but nevertheless its just a replica:-((

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