As summers approach we start looking for branded but reasonably priced designer sunglasses. Getting your favorite Coach sunglasses at a surprisingly low price is very elating but there can be a different side to it as well, they might be fake!
To tell a fake pair from an original one is quite difficult. But, if you follow these 5 steps, you'll easily differentiate an authentic product from a fake one:
Step 1: Coach company logo
One thing that you should notice right away is that authentic Coach shades ones will have the company company logo on the inside of the arms. To analyze the characteristics of authentic models which can help you to spot a fake pair easily, you can head to an official showroom.
Step 2: Styles and features
Various styles and features of Coach sunglasses must be studied through authentic catalogs. Know the style number for the sunglasses you're interested in and tally its style and features when you go to a shop. An authentic Coach sunglasses pair would feature the Coach company logo, style name, number and color inside the ear piece or the arms. This would help you deal with frauds who try to give you a fake one at a very low price.
Step 3: Study and analyze the quality
Study and analyze the quality of the sunglasses. Try to check the material used in it. If they seem to be too light weight, the company logo, style name or number is withering out or the color is not uniform throughout the body then you can be sure you are in for a fraud!
Step 4: Ensure the authentic case is intact
Ensure that the dealer gives you the authentic Coach case embossed with the business logo design company logo or with the company company logo embossed inside the top lid. Fake Coach Sunglasses do not have any such case. They may come in clear plastic bags or a cloth pouch. Beware of dealers who make excuses of shortage of cases and promise handing over the case to you after the purchase. They can never do that because its fake.
Step 5: Tally images of an original pair
Click pictures of an original pair of Coach sunglasses and ask the dealer to show you pictures of his products. Tally both the images; you can make out a stark difference between the two. The style features and quality would be visibly different. The company logo, interior ear pieces and identification or model number might be incorrect or might not even be present on the fake one.
These simple steps can prove to be very useful in spotting a fake pair of Coach shades and save yourself from frauds.