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dheerajg77 220 238 March 28, 2016 at 12:43 PM in Men's Watches (5) More JomaShop Deals
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Promoted 04-01-2016 by qwikwit at 01:04 PM View Original Post
Jomashop has Omega Seamaster Black Dial Automatic Steel Men's Watch on sale for $2695 - $50 w/ promo code SDMG50 = $2645. Shipping is free. Thanks dheerajg77

Jomashop also has Omega Seamaster Aqua Terra 150 M Co-Axial Men's Watch on sale for $3995 - $1000 w/ promo code MM-MG2995 = $2995. Shipping is free. Thanks tegeek [discuss]

Additional sale watches (prices below after promo code SDMG50 applied in-cart):


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Edited April 1, 2016 at 12:28 PM by qwikwit
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The true idiot is the one who expends as much effort as you have in deciding how other people spend their money. You get bonus idiot points for going to the lengths you have to prove that you could buy one if you wanted to but don't because you're a superior being. More idiot points still for not recognizing any of the above, I'd expect more from someone with your education.... now get off this site and finish your homework.
THE WATCH THREAD SHIT POSTERS ARE BACK! honestly i kind of missed you ignorant hypocritical hipster wannabes. it really doesn't feel like a watch thread without you.

i spent $650 on lunch for no particular occasion. i bought my girlfiend a $2500 wallet for her birthday recently. i also spent like a G on a trip to washington DC to watch a college basketball tournament from the 4th row. And i have friends visiting this weekend so we're going to probably each collectively drink a few hundred bucks of scotch and overpriced drinks in the club.

COME AT ME!
Or you could give that advice to people who give half of a s*** what you think.

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Sounds like a good deal but where are the details?
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Wow thats a sick price. Lowest ever seen
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Or you could just buy a $10 quartz watch which similarly tells time as well.
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Or you could just buy a $10 quartz watch which similarly tells time as well.
Or you could give that advice to people who give half of a s*** what you think.
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Sounds like a good deal but where are the details?
? Details are in the listing. But if you're wondering whether or not this is a "full size" version, the answer is yes... it's the 41mm.

Considering how much Omega starting inflating prices after they popped the Co-Axial movement in their watches, $2695 is a very good price.

And for those who are wondering, the blue dial version is $300 more and that "google50" code doesn't seem to work in either case...

"Promo code "GOOGLE50" is not valid."

But still a great deal even without the code.
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Good deal for this specific watch, if that's what you want. I still think overall that Aqua Terra deal from last week was better, you get more watch for your money with the AT, imo.
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Or you could just buy a $10 quartz watch which similarly tells time as well.
SMH You don't have to say anything to prove you are not mute, just shut your hole.
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Jomanew50 works as I tested it

Quote from drdiaboloco View Post :
? Details are in the listing. But if you're wondering whether or not this is a "full size" version, the answer is yes... it's the 41mm.

Considering how much Omega starting inflating prices after they popped the Co-Axial movement in their watches, $2695 is a very good price.

And for those who are wondering, the blue dial version is $300 more and that "google50" code doesn't seem to work in either case...

"Promo code "GOOGLE50" is not valid."

But still a great deal even without the code.
jomanew50 works for sure
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Design seems dated.
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Design seems dated.
Or, alternately, a "classic". Smilie

But it IS different from its predecessor in that in addition to some changes to the lettering it doesn't have the wave design on the face anymore. That and the insert in the bezel is different and made of ceramic. But those are very minor differences, I think the case and the bracelet are unchanged from the time this model was originally introduced around 20 years ago.
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wish it didnt have skeleton hands
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can't afford new ones,

what's a good place to find nice used watches?
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Good deal for this specific watch, if that's what you want. I still think overall that Aqua Terra deal from last week was better, you get more watch for your money with the AT, imo.
Seamaster is standard issue for MI6 operatives, double O's in particular. AT is not.

And, who gets more "bang for the buck" than 007?

Excellent deal!
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