I have dealt with this guys a while back and more or less learned how they operate.
I found at least 3 websites (watchesview.com, watchvisa.com and overwatches.com) that appear to be operated by the same people as they show the same pictures, item numbers or codes, policies and the same prices although some prices may vary by a couple of dollars here and there from site to site.
I would not be surprised if there are more websites operated by the same company.
Most of the time you will receive good quality replicas, others, you will get slightly different, imperfect or of a lesser quality and now and then you will get a totally different watch style within the brand you ordered.
The watch movement is as stated on each style whether automatic or quartz. Actually I find that there are more automatic watches than quartz.
These guys do not update their website frequently if at all and, in many instances you will find the same style watch with different item number, if a style is no longer available they will send you a watch that may look like the one you ordered. (They may even send you a different style purposely so they can sell you another one for the price of the shipment plus a few dollars but, I will leave this to your own judgment).
The incompetence of these people starts in the upkeep of their websites and end up in the shipping department leaving all the problems to customer service.
I now for a fact that Tom works for at least 2 of the websites mentioned above.
When you write a complaint to them, they will first ask for photographs of the item(s) in question.
You must be detailed and accurate describing the faults or differences in the item(s) you received to prevent them from giving you the run around.
They have an unwritten rule, to do anything possible not to get the incorrect or defective watches returned to them and that is when the negotiation starts.
They will offer a replacement and ask you to pay the shipment only or they may offer you a discount on your next order.
Be firm when negotiating with them, since you have received a wrong item, it is most likely that they are out of the style you have originally ordered. Your best bet is to choose a different watch within the range of the first one and even if your second choice is slightly more expensive they will waive the difference in price (within reasonable margin).
If no agreement can be reached, you may threaten to contact you credit card company to reverse the charges.
They will work with you to solve the problem.
There is not much your credit card company will do to help you as goods were received in exchange for the charge besides, these guys use business centers located in Russia and other Asian countries to collect the charges from your credit card making it more difficult to track them down. Do not be surprised if you find "currency exchange" charges shown on your credit card statement in addition to the charges for the items ordered.
In my experience, there has been some frustrations negotiating with this people, ended up with more watches that I originally intended but at the end I enjoy wearing the replicas I acquired.
I believe there is a calculated risk in dealing with these guys, you normally get what you pay for...