banie01 wrote: »
If you ordered via Amazon directly, rather than as fulfilled by or Amazon marketplace?
I'd be very confident they will fulfil the order, I've had similar experiences myself and always fulfilled.
Lovely watch btw.
T-Maxx wrote: »
Huge bargain, was €1550 now only €450.
nj27 wrote: »
Wonder if it comes in men’s sizes
micks_address wrote: »
Spotted the below in Argos last week.
Hope it qualifies as a bargain?
Still a couple of days to run on this, €325 at present, in Italy though and you could get a bracelet from Spain
Only 30 yoyo each for postage🙄
If the seat's wet, sit on yer hat, a cool head is better than a wet ar5e.
Not really a bargain at €145 delivered but they sell out pretty rapidly so grab it if you want it.
Invicta Watch VINTAGE Pro Diver 31290 - Official Invicta Store - Buy Online! (invictastores.eu)
Not for me as I already have the San Martin retro diver, more money but probably better value.
I'm guessing that many of us got the email with the 10% off watches over $2000 on eBay offer?
Anyway for those that didn't, the code is THISTIME10
This is most likely another email that 80%+ of the posters here have gotten, but!
On the off chance that anyone in here hasn't and is considering buying from Watchmaster.com a range of discount codes up to £500 depending on the value of sale.
G-Shock GD-400 €65 Argos
That is what I call fortuitous. Was looking at a different one yesterday but decided to hold off. And this would be one I like better.
Thats very reasonably priced, no? Especially with the papers and the new service.
Some great deals on Timeshop24 for Seiko's 10% discount with EMG2021 till 22nd Oct extra 2% discount for paying by bank transfer. Possibly better using Paypal for the extra protection. Paying by bank transfer is very much the norm in Germany though. Site might switch you to UK site which don't stock Seiko but just switch back to Germany.
Black Dial or Pepsi Turtle for €318 delivered
Pepsi Arnie is just €10 more
Or Save the Ocean Great White Turtle on a bracelet for €30 more
I'm very tempted to get one and probably will. I've nearly ordered an SKX a few times recently or put in a offer on adverts for this sort of money and these are better watches. Leaning to the Save the Ocean I do like really like the dial and it's on a bracelet though I possibly have to many blue watches I keep getting drawn to them! Pepsi Turtle probably my next preference. Do like the Arnie and I'm tempted by the solar to have anther watch like my G shocks I can just grab in the morning but it probably a little big for my 17cm wrists. I know it does wear a little smaller than it's size suggests. Decisions Decisions Decisions!
Few nice Presage Cocktail Times for €290-300 mark if anyone is looking for something dressier.
The dials on these really are lovely in the flesh. I do really like them but know I'd hardly ever wear it.
The Casio Marlin (black version) is popping up on Amazon.com for around €45 including delivery to Ireland. I presume there'll be a few euros import duty but it doesn't seem that bad if someone wanted a cheap beater.
Ryath if you are hard on watches for about €100 more go for a Turtle with sapphire crystal and ceramic bezel,
I would consider them except I hate cyclops! Don't understand Seiko putting them on the new King models.
I'm not particularly hard on them. My Seiko Monster is coming up on 9 years and still has no marks on the crystal as the bezel protects it's so well. It was my main watch for a few years and I work a fairly physical job and it was worn for a lot of fairly heavy DIY and gardening. I wear the G-shocks for the dirty jobs these days though I still wear the Monster in work a fair bit. I do mind the Samurai though the Bezel on that doesn't wear dings as well as the Monster.
Was tempted to stretch to the new Tortoise that has sapphire €435. Think the case actually looks better than the Turtle and wears a bit smaller at 42mm. After ordering a new phone though so money is a bit tight this week so may not be getting either. Have two old phones to sell so if I can get them shifted tomorrow I may order something.
It’s rough enough though.
Can't see the link, what are the details?
Would an old Watcheron Constantine (not working, missing winder etc.) be worth repairing? or is it 'how long is a piece' of string answer?
Worn no doubt but it’s been a daily wearer for two years. I don’t see anything a light polish wouldn’t sort.
Bb58 black for 2150 sterling.
For €2500 I would want one in very good condition,Cyrus sold his recently for a little more than that and it was excellent condition.
Horses for courses. I don’t mind a bit of wear….bit of late evening foddering
That bb58 is the cheapest one on tz ever. A lot of down ward pressure on these lately I have noticed. They were close to 3k Sterling not to long ago. A lesson to anyone thinking of paying above retail for a Tudor. Fair enough if you must have your play toy. But it will cost.
I recently bought the 41mm version from /WatchExchange (currently in the post) and managed to get it even cheaper than that again. There seems to be a bit of a sell off off the Tudor BBs. A big change from a year ago
People were going slightly mad for the 58 blue some time after release. There were three last week when I was in Keane’s in Cork. Yet the same thing will happen with the new Pelagos.
The bracelet models were also a hundred euro cheaper than the black model! I should have asked why. Guessing they were old stock with the extra fabric strap.
2 more cheap Tudor bb58 today prompted the chap from yesterday to drop another 100 off!