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As if we needed another example of how quickly TeeVee wartchs depreciate, here's one of the most heart-breakingly funny FS posts one is likely to see:https://forums.watchuseek.com/f29/bulk- ... 28465.html
Wherein one Timecat, who is unlikely to ever split the atom, decides to see a whole bunch'a wartchs--the briefcase comes free!--at a remarkably elastic price. The one good one:Orient M Force...date wheel is stripped, otherwise in great shape and keeps good time. Power Reserve works. No bracelet. Ships on Panatime canvas shown in photo.
And the other:Spinnaker Sorrento in great shape but wood bezel has come apart at 6:00. Not loose on case but you can see the separation. Otherwise perfect.
BULK SALE ONLY
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He's listed this in the wrong place - buying watches "in bulk" is something Tee Vee watches buyers have been taught to do for the past 10 years. He's gotta list this at WIT - he'll have those bad boys sold in a matter of minutes. In fact, they'd probably in-fight to buy those Magicos and Haurexs.
Also - he says he cut the strap on the SL Legato an inch - but from the look of that, it's an integrated strap. Does that mean he trimmed the rubber band from the far end?!?
Bargains, I tell ya.
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That yellow Magico looks awfully familiar
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Haterz, the MSRP on these wartches likely adds up to like a jillion dollars. Where the hell is the PayPal sent smilie here anyway?
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If starting price was $995, he will be soon selling these at 10₵ on the dollar.