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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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For 4k I would expect something a little better looking.
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Ever since I discovered the RWI forums I'm convinced you can buy a rep and no one on the street can even tell the difference. The photos of these "super fakes" are really spot on. Rolex, Omega, Patek, Cartier...
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Ever since I discovered the RWI forums I'm convinced you can buy a rep and no one on the street can even tell the difference. The photos of these "super fakes" are really spot on. Rolex, Omega, Patek, Cartier...
The biggest obstacle is being able to fool yourself. As someone who was once into reps (it's what got me into watches), the visceral feeling of wearing a genuine vs a rep is something difficult to put into words. At the end of the day, knowing that you're wearing something with the intent to deceive is simply not satisfying
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The biggest obstacle is being able to fool yourself. As someone who was once into reps (it's what got me into watches), the visceral feeling of wearing a genuine vs a rep is something difficult to put into words. At the end of the day, knowing that you're wearing something with the intent to deceive is simply not satisfying
I guess it doesn't bother me that much. Depends on the person. I rock my rep handbags/wallets daily and get complimented on them from people who know it's a rep and people who don't. If it saves me 90% of MSRP I'm a happy camper, and my growing family is a happy camper. Before I discovered rep handbags, I have a few real ones too.

Don't get me started how many rep LV Neverfulls are carried about every day. Smilie
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Omegas don't hold their value as well as a rolex would, but they do hold some value.
Agreed. Rolex controls the "supply" whereas Omega mass produces their watches and floods the grey market like no one. They make like 20 anniversary versions of the moon watch and plethora of special editions.

Worst brand for resale value. Chrono24 is flooded with cheap used Omegas.
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Natty ice or westvleteren, nothing in between?

Ugh... seiko is not the same as natty ice. Seikos are great and you can get ones ranging from 50 bucks to 4000 and up. I just feel that if you're spending any more you may as well get a rolex (or the really higher end brands)
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I love the the Aqua Terra, got one a month ago. Not sure why this one says MSRP $7,700, since the new ones are $5,700. Picked up this one at an Authorized Dealer for $1k off MSRP https://www.omegawatches.com/en-u...0412103001 Could have gone jomashop for another $800ish off, but decided to stick with an Authorized Dealer for warranty and authenticity concerns and merchandise treatment pre sale. Interestingly, I called Omega customer service before purchasing and they said they would warranty an authentic Omega bought from an unauthorized dealer, but I have doubts she was correct about that.
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Me and my friend are big crypto fans. He got a Speedmaster Moonwatch to commemorate Bitcoin going to the moon. I chickened out, and just got a Movado. Just can't fathom buying a 4k+ watch regardless of how weathy I become.

Anyhow, I asked if he gets the attention of any girls with his watch and he just says that only other men notice it's significance.
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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.
So very true. You could easily spend $500 or more on a watch and if taken care of will last longer than that $1000 smartphone. I'd rather have the nice watch than some phone which will become outdated in 3-5 years.
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So very true. You could easily spend $500 or more on a watch and if taken care of will last longer than that $1000 smartphone. I'd rather have the nice watch than some phone which will become outdated in 3-5 years.
3-5 year. Dude it's 2 years tops. Samsung S9 is literally already dead.
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No, you pay for engineering, craftsmanship, and the art of watchmaking. It's more than telling the time. Your into it or your not, that simple.
Tell me, right, I own 1 panerai luminor marina 1950, 1 rado original diver and old school rolex cellini 3038 along with several seikos and other brands. Buying a watch is controversial thing. You can buy some premium package hyundai and having all the features, or you can overpay for mercedes. Some people doesnt care, some people do care what kind of car they drive, u got the point. its that simple.
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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.
Seiko 5 uses in-house movement for as low as $50 new LMAO
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