If you pay attention to these points, consumers will no longer have to lose money unjustly for poor quality equipment.
1. Check the packaging
All important information about the product you intend to purchase must be written in the language of the country where the item is sold. If this is an imported device, there must also be a little bit of information in Vietnamese pasted on it by the distributor. On the contrary, this may be a fake or a product that is not genuine distribution.
3. Check product material
Unlike poor quality imitations, genuine products are always made from high-quality plastic, rubber or metal. Therefore, they are less likely to be scratched, scratched or distorted. In counterfeit goods, if you are observant, you can recognize the defects.
4. Fonts are not sharp
Large brands are often very careful in printing their names and logos on products. The font printed on the actual product is always sharp, the lines printed or stamped must be smooth, easy to read and relatively durable over time. Some counterfeit products do not have the manufacturer’s name or “drive” in order to deceive users.
5. Check the charger
Genuinely distributed and imported items from major brands often come with a charger with a plug that is suitable for that market’s electrical outlet. Genuine chargers will be uniform in color, sharply finished, the metal part is always shiny, there is no redundant detail, especially the junction between the two materials.
6. Check the size and color of the cable
Counterfeit cables are often larger and longer than standard cables. In addition, the logo or symbol printed on the wire is also sloppy, easily blurred after only a few uses.
Refer: Bright Side