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gavinbrandrick1
06-27-2016, 02:51 PM
I'm looking to sell my Kingsman DLC special edition - number 37 of 500

The watch was purchased in November 2015, and comes complete with original box, leather watch wallet, COSC certification and guarantee (still got 1.5 years remaining)


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I bought this watch to be a daily wearer, but struggle to get it under a cuff, so it has barely been worn since I have had it.

Willing to listen to sensible offers.

Any questions, please fire away

thanks in advance

gavin

neilhan68
06-27-2016, 09:36 PM
Can you name your price please Gavin?


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gavinbrandrick1
06-28-2016, 07:23 AM
Hi Neil- I'm looking for best offer

Andyg156
07-05-2016, 09:33 AM
Best price.. sounds like you should be posting this on eBay. Majority of watch forums you state the price you want, if sensible it will be sold, if not it stays unsold. This stops a few things, a bidding war, silly offers and a drawn out sale.
Good luck with sale.


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RedsBluesGreens
07-05-2016, 05:25 PM
Best price.. sounds like you should be posting this on eBay. Majority of watch forums you state the price you want, if sensible it will be sold, if not it stays unsold. This stops a few things, a bidding war, silly offers and a drawn out sale.
Good luck with sale.


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Spot on advice, Andy. These places seem to be fickle in general. If it doesn't sell quickly, it tends not to sell.

J.

spyvito
07-05-2016, 10:16 PM
Most forums require a price in the for sale section. I have been bounced for not providing one. But if offers are being accepted, I offer $1000.

RedsBluesGreens
07-06-2016, 08:13 AM
Most forums require a price in the for sale section. I have been bounced for not providing one. But if offers are being accepted, I offer $1000.

We do also, Jim. Rule 2.3:



2.3 All sales posts must clearly state the price of the item you are selling.

I'm fairly sure there was a price mentioned by the OP, that has since been edited - hence myself or Jeremy not picking it up.



OP: Please add an indicator of price - even if it is just a ballpark figure. For example: 'offers over $3k.'

Thanks,
J.

vipereaper30
07-07-2016, 01:50 AM
Most forums require a price in the for sale section. I have been bounced for not providing one. But if offers are being accepted, I offer $1000.
Great offer, but I'll up it to $1,001 and a pair of shoes.