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About odyseus10

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  1. Well I will give you an example, I recently bought a newly serviced Rolex Seadweller Deepsea circa 2014 for £8450.. Its RRP in 2014 was £9050. So its kept its value fairly well, but it's never going to be an investment!
  2. From what I recall, my wife had a Sturhrling and needed a new bezel. The customer service could'nt provide one, but suggested sending to their service centre in the US !!! Needless to say we didn't bother and intead remove the bezel insert and then glued small zirconia stones where the bezel once was. Looks even better now:)
  3. Just bought a Seiko Prospex Marinemaster (SLA023J1) and intend buying a Rolex Deepsea Dweller 116660
  4. My new Seiko Presage Zen Garden Rosegold SRPD42J1
  5. Bugger, I'd decided to buy a new AMG C43 next year? That said I'd never touch a VAG car again, after the fiasco/cover up of the Siemens fuel injectors (I fell foul of that design flaw on my Golf GT 170)
  6. I've used them a few times without any issues I bought a watch the other week (Casio Protek) and came next day. They are UK based so no taxes within the EU.
  7. Well that's another watch ordered I guess there is no modern version of the Vostok Amphibian worn in space?
  8. So, as I'm in to collecting Space watches eg Speedmaster Moon ie, Fortis Cosmanuate, Sturmanskie Gagarin and Strela Chronograph etc. Are there any other "Space" borne watches I should get? eg Vostok?? Cheers John
  9. It's got to be my recently aquired Rolex Yacht-Master 16622.:)
  10. I think you can still buy them from Poljot24.de?? They're nit cheap though but a bit small for me at 38mm. https://www.poljot24.de/poljot-okean.html
  11. I just bought one of these to add to my other Space themed watches
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