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Seamaster Aqua Terra Good Planet Foundation Ed. 38.5mm Automatic Titanium Watch EXPIRED

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WatchMaxx has Seamaster Aqua Terra Good Planet Foundation Ed. 38.5mm Automatic Titanium Watch (231.92.39.21.04.001) on sale for $4,895 - $990 w/ promo code SDOMLE3995 = $3,995. Shipping is free. Thanks iconian
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Funny how some people act everytime a thread of an expensive watch comes up but these same people are okay paying a grand for a phone that usually does not last for more than 3 the most.


This watch is beautiful.
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I tried code SDOMLE1095 but it doesn't work :sad:
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Funny how some people act everytime a thread of an expensive watch comes up but these same people are okay paying a grand for a phone that usually does not last for more than 3 the most.


This watch is beautiful.
It's the same people who mock others for buying a $45k BMW 3 Series but personally have a $40k Nissan Maxima.
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I wouldn't necessarily say $4k is relatively low for an automatic watch. There are awesome automatic watches < $500. Take a look at Hamilton and Certina.
Yeah I know about those, I have a $300 Tissot myself. But there's a ton of watches above $4k, especially when you get into in-house movements. You're probably not going to find anything using an in-house movement for under $2k.
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This or the Amazfit Bip? I simply cannot decide.
Get the Bip and load the omega watchface...problem solved.
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Yeah I know about those, I have a $300 Tissot myself. But there's a ton of watches above $4k, especially when you get into in-house movements. You're probably not going to find anything using an in-house movement for under $2k.
How special are in-house movements when the $280 Tissot PR100 Powermatic 80 is COSC certified just like a Rolex or Omega? Tissot is simply taking an ETA movement and making it as accurate as a Rolex, and they're proving you don't need to spend $4000 on a watch. If affluent people used to believe that you must pay for quality, then they aren't getting the best if Hamilton, Certina and Tissots are approaching Omega and Rolex quality.
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How special are in-house movements when the $280 Tissot PR100 Powermatic 80 is COSC certified just like a Rolex or Omega? Tissot is simply taking an ETA movement and making it as accurate as a Rolex, and they're proving you don't need to spend $4000 on a watch. If affluent people used to believe that you must pay for quality, then they aren't getting the best if Hamilton, Certina and Tissots are approaching Omega and Rolex quality.
There's no real functional reason to get most in-house movements over mass produced ones. ETA's movements are really damn good and reliable (and hell, Swatch owns both ETA and Omega anyway...). I think people generally just buy them for the knowledge that they have an in-house movement, which is rarer and generally worth more than totally mass produces movements like ETA's 2824 or Valjoux. Like with most things watches related, it's hard to come up with a true, justified reason to get this stuff.

Two exceptions, I think, are when you get into the really complicated movements (e.g. - the perpetual calendar in the IWC watches) or in-house movements with lots of history (Zenith's El Primero).
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"Hello, little man. Boy, I sure heard a bunch about you. See, I was a good friend of your dad's. We were in that Hanoi pit of hell together over five years. Hopefully, you'll never have to experience this yourself, but when two men are in a situation like me and your Dad were, for as long as we were, you take on certain responsibilities of the other. If it had been me who had not made it, Major Coolidge would be talking right now to my son Jim. But the way it turned out is I'm talking to you, Butch. I got something for you.

This watch... "

Captain Koons and Major Coolidge carried a watch up their asses for a combined seven years! John Travolta DIED because of that watch! The powerful crime-boss Marcellus Wallace got butt-raped because of that same watch! So what the f is $4k really?

I own a Rolex, Omega, IWC, two JLCs and a bunch of other watches, 4 of them in solid gold. I'm the fourth generation to own one of them, and I wore it when I held my son for the first time in the delivery room. He's only 3 and I already think of it as his - the watch his great great grandfather bought in Hong Kong a very long time ago. By itself, a fine watch is nothing more than a man's version of jewelery. But once it acquires history, it becomes priceless.
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"Hello, little man. Boy, I sure heard a bunch about you. See, I was a good friend of your dad's. We were in that Hanoi pit of hell together over five years. Hopefully, you'll never have to experience this yourself, but when two men are in a situation like me and your Dad were, for as long as we were, you take on certain responsibilities of the other. If it had been me who had not made it, Major Coolidge would be talking right now to my son Jim. But the way it turned out is I'm talking to you, Butch. I got something for you.

This watch... "

Captain Koons and Major Coolidge carried a watch up their asses for a combined seven years! John Travolta DIED because of that watch! The powerful crime-boss Marcellus Wallace got butt-raped because of that same watch! So what the f is $4k really?

I own a Rolex, Omega, IWC, two JLCs and a bunch of other watches, 4 of them in solid gold. I'm the fourth generation to own one of them, and I wore it when I held my son for the first time in the delivery room. He's only 3 and I already think of it as his - the watch his great great grandfather bought in Hong Kong a very long time ago. By itself, a fine watch is nothing more than a man's version of jewelery. But once it acquires history, it becomes priceless.
nice story love the movie ...I am a collector of fine watches pm me if you are in the market to sell….wait til December as funds are a little tight right now unless u have a smoking deal can always cash out of some funds....
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Eh... for that money I would get an Omega Seamaster 300M or spend a little more and get a Omega Seamaster Planet Ocean 600M. I just don't love that watch face.
Ditto!

This price should easily be half the price.
The new smp is awesome
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Nice watch. A little on the small side. I like at least 40mm or larger. How's the warranty w this seller. I've heard some mixed reviews.
When you buy from a grey market dealer you forego any warranty from the reseller because they can't possibly employ an experienced watchmaker. You can use the money saved and send to Omega for service, my basic Speedmaster costed about $650 for a full service and that includes polishing and a hexalite replacement on top of all the mechanical repairs.
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