In my hunt for a Minute Machine, I became uncareful, and bid on one on ebay without a thought about if there might be a fakes out there. It was only after I had paid for the item I started to do some research, and I immideately became suspicious of the watch I had just purchased. I sent a message to the seller, saying if it's fake, don't bother sending it, as I will open a case with Paypal if I receive a fake watch. This is his reply, which makes it very obvious that he is selling fakes: hello. watch I got as a gift from a friend, I have the same three years already and does not need next. in the auction are mije pictures and information that the question before buying and not after, also says it does not accept phrases. seen it? my watchmaker said he is original. I do not know what to do. I do not want problems His watch makers says it's original... yeah right... I pointed out that he was lying, because he had sold many MM watches before, so I wasn't buying the "gift from a friend" crap. He then offered me a refund, so I lost nothing, but in his feeback I can see many people who has given positive feedback, unknowingly thinking they bought a genuine Oakley watch. He has at least two MM colors, red and silver, and these seem to be extremly good fakes, almost impossible to tell. The only detail I have discovered is that for the red face MM, the fake has a red seconds indicator while the real one should have a white one. These are his auctions: http://www.ebay.com/itm/New-Watch-O...itanium-Bracelet-Edition-SILVER-/121382367763 http://www.ebay.com/itm/New-Watch-O...e-Titanium-Bracelet-Edition-Red-/121391872437 In my research I came across this link which is probobly the source of these fakes: http://www.watchesoppo.com/where-to-buy/replica-oakley-watches.html After seeing that page, I'm going to be extremly cautious in the future when it comes to buying watches.