This is how you sell a watch...

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Ocean
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Re: This is how you sell a watch...

Post by Ocean » Wed Oct 13, 2021 3:49 am

Just saw this not bad as a sale ad.

Now let’s dig a bit more, that company has been rumored to be making fake Rolex Submariners for years and it looks like they finally have gone legitimate. 1500 new in house movement I haven’t been able to find information about so is it something that can only be addressed by the company??
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Re: This is how you sell a watch...

Post by biglove » Wed Oct 13, 2021 4:52 am

Ocean wrote:
Wed Oct 13, 2021 3:49 am
Just saw this not bad as a sale ad.

Now let’s dig a bit more, that company has been rumored to be making fake Rolex Submariners for years and it looks like they finally have gone legitimate. 1500 new in house movement I haven’t been able to find information about so is it something that can only be addressed by the company??
Have read the online trail that connects Ginault as a former fake manufacturer that went "legit." I have no doubt that this is the same guy's company.

Evidently the current versions are incredibly well made but not something I would choose.
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Re: This is how you sell a watch...

Post by monster » Wed Oct 13, 2021 6:21 pm

"Perhaps the biggest change was my luck with the ladies. Unblessed with the gift of the chase I would often go home lonely and alone. Now, however, ladies would politely decline my requests for a dance rather than just laughing out loud and spitting on me. I would still go home alone, but with a much better feeling about myself."

I was at this part that I proceeded laugh my ass off..
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