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  1. Aquagraph

    Aquagraph Dec 23, 2020

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  2. imagwai

    imagwai Dec 23, 2020

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    Got the invite this morning. No real bargains. The trouble with a watch "sale" is that they're never going to discount below the true market value. Also, Watchfinder generally consider offers on watches, so the sale price is probably what you could get it for at non-sale time anyway. Maybe it'll save you a bit of haggling (although personally, I'd still haggle on the sale price if there was something I wanted)
     
  3. abrod520

    abrod520 Dec 23, 2020

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    Well, with most of these online stores you end up getting a bit closer to true market value on sale prices and with coupons etc... and then you realize none of their modern watches have box or papers and their vintage watches aren't in the greatest condition (because these guys polish everything). Fun to take a look IMO but not likely ever gonna lead to a purchase.