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I recently purchased a women's Raymond Weil Tango wristwatch (model #5390-STS-00995) from a seller on ebay. The seller was located in Florida, and the story on the item was that it was purchased at a jewelry show, so it had no warranty but it had all other documentation and box, etc.
The box, supporting owners manual, etc. all appear to be legitimate. However, I note that on the face of the watch, at the bottom in scroll text is "Tango". All other versions of this watch that I have seen at retailers do not have this on the face (but other models do). Does anyone know if this is an indicator of a fake?
I have included a link to the watch on the Raymond Weil site.