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  • No sure there's a real answer here???
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      Posted Aug 9, 2012 3:19 PM

      Unless someone can prove that an insert that is being advertised as "Naturally" faded really isn't, how can you police it???
      Maybe If someone were to start selling "Authentic" period correct inserts, that have been artificially faded to one degree or another, and be honest and say as much, and then sell them for a fair price, I think you would see a change in buying habits...
      I would have no trouble purchasing a great looking insert that has been faded by someone, provided it's authentic Rolex and doesn't cost an arm and a leg...
      Take away the demand and you take away the supply...
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