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Old 04-17-2012, 07:12 PM   #1
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We all have heard what a good person David is to deal with. I'll second that. I have met up with David a few times over the last months for lunch, watch talk and a few deals. He is honest and a good person to deal with.
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Old 04-17-2012, 07:36 PM   #2
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I have had several deals with David,some of them high $$ .He is absolutely top notch in honesty and service.
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Old 04-17-2012, 08:24 PM   #3
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Any idea how reasonable he is trading pre-owns for new?

I've debated if selling outright is much better than trading. Kind of like cars, it can be a pain, and potentially scamable to sell outright.
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Any idea how reasonable he is trading pre-owns for new?

I've debated if selling outright is much better than trading. Kind of like cars, it can be a pain, and potentially scamable to sell outright.
Very reasonable.
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Old 04-17-2012, 09:28 PM   #5
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Very reasonable.
Have you bought anything from David lately, Art ?
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Any idea how reasonable he is trading pre-owns for new?

I've debated if selling outright is much better than trading. Kind of like cars, it can be a pain, and potentially scamable to sell outright.
Uh oh. What are you looking to trade?
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Old 04-17-2012, 11:14 PM   #7
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Uh oh. What are you looking to trade?

My money is on the PAM titanium from last Summer. He mentioned once before he had some reservations, even though it looks great.
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Sounds like a sure bet Doc, I would trade the PAM too.
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My money is on the PAM titanium from last Summer. He mentioned once before he had some reservations, even though it looks great.
Not the one I have considered. Funny thing about the PAM, I like it but I tend to forget I have it. When I think about wearing a big watch for the weekend, I think Deepsea. The PAM just doesn't get much wrist time.
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Not the one I have considered. Funny thing about the PAM, I like it but I tend to forget I have it. When I think about wearing a big watch for the weekend, I think Deepsea. The PAM just doesn't get much wrist time.
DeepSea consumes week day and week end wrist time for me. It's so universal.
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Dress it up, dress it down. It's ready for all occasions.
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Wear the SS gmt daily, the rest are at the bank. So, if I get something out, it's usually only a day or two. As of late, it's the DeepSea or tt Yachtmaster. Working 6 days, not a lot of "weekend" wear time.
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DeepSea was on my wrist for about 3 months straight. Just the other day I switched to the GMT for a change.
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Frankie, you think your new mystery piece will see major wrist exposure ?
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I really don't like to wear the Deepsea to work. I tend to have to put my hands into things, and had to take it off too much. It hangs up on everything!

I'm thinking of bringing my gmt to Pittsburgh, it my be the most banged up Ceramic you'll ever see!


I finally got all the purple paint off of it from when I painted an RC body back in January! Over spray's a Motha!!
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Frankie, you think your new mystery piece will see major wrist exposure ?
Man, who cares, his clues suck!!
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Man, who cares, his clues suck!!
ROFL - you guys just suck at guessing.
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So it's not a Sky-Moon, then, huh ?
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Even more exclusive than the Sky-Moon.
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