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Omega seamaster diver rio 2016 £2,718.00 @ Beaverbrooks

£2718.00 @ Beaverbrooks
Omega limited edition rio 2016 seamaster on sale at beaver brooks , a good watch for a decent price. I know it may not be for everyone due to the price tag. Read More
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Omega limited edition rio 2016 seamaster on sale at beaver brooks , a good watch for a decent price.
I know it may not be for everyone due to the price tag.
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sleepingwonder
If ur paying £2.8k for a watch...you're not this sites demographic..


Yes because people with more money hate saving money so decide to buy everything full price..... sometimes I pay twice for things because I think it's too cheap.
59 Likes
sleepingwonder
If ur paying £2.8k for a watch...you're not this sites demographic..

I disagree to be fair. There are a lot of premium products on this site. The sites all about getting the best deals for whatever you're after.

Heat from me...although don't like the design.
44 Likes
If ur paying £2.8k for a watch...you're not this sites demographic..
43 Likes
sleepingwonder
If ur paying £2.8k for a watch...you're not this sites demographic..

I paid more than this for the 50th anniversary bond omega and I'm on here all the time.

Spend time saving money on the mundane things to spend money on the treats in life. That's what this site is about. Do you save money to just watch it do nothing in your account?

You only have one life so make the most of it.

Bought mine just after my uncle died in his memory as I'm a massive bond fan and he was a big watch fan so quite fitting and it'll remind me of him for the rest of my life. Especially when it goes in for servicing at £350 a time ;)
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MJ1981
Who in their right mind would pay that for a watch!! :o

Quite a few people it would seem - maybe not your thing, but for a lot of people, an expensive watch (or a few of them) are nice things to own. It's all relative - some spend this on a holiday that's over in a fortnight!

Edited By: Broadsands on Jan 21, 2017 10:38

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1 Like #1
very nice
1 Like #2
I've just has my deal for a Bell & Ross watch removed! Would anyone know why?!
1 Like #3
Nice watch - not such a fan of the Rio design, but still hot!
9 Likes #4
Who in their right mind would pay that for a watch!! :o
8 Likes #5
heat, bought 20
31 Likes #6
MJ1981
Who in their right mind would pay that for a watch!! :o

Quite a few people it would seem - maybe not your thing, but for a lot of people, an expensive watch (or a few of them) are nice things to own. It's all relative - some spend this on a holiday that's over in a fortnight!

Edited By: Broadsands on Jan 21, 2017 10:38
44 Likes #7
If ur paying £2.8k for a watch...you're not this sites demographic..
2 Likes #8
nice watch good price too. can't justify another to the wife..... or can I?? :D lol
59 Likes #9
sleepingwonder
If ur paying £2.8k for a watch...you're not this sites demographic..

I disagree to be fair. There are a lot of premium products on this site. The sites all about getting the best deals for whatever you're after.

Heat from me...although don't like the design.
119 Likes #10
sleepingwonder
If ur paying £2.8k for a watch...you're not this sites demographic..


Yes because people with more money hate saving money so decide to buy everything full price..... sometimes I pay twice for things because I think it's too cheap.
2 Likes #11
sleepingwonder
If ur paying £2.8k for a watch...you're not this sites demographic..

I pay that for a watch and also like to save money.

Although this model is not for me it is a good deal if you like the look.
4 Likes #12
MJ1981
Who in their right mind would pay that for a watch!! :o


Me I have a seamaster best thing I ever bought
43 Likes #13
sleepingwonder
If ur paying £2.8k for a watch...you're not this sites demographic..

I paid more than this for the 50th anniversary bond omega and I'm on here all the time.

Spend time saving money on the mundane things to spend money on the treats in life. That's what this site is about. Do you save money to just watch it do nothing in your account?

You only have one life so make the most of it.

Bought mine just after my uncle died in his memory as I'm a massive bond fan and he was a big watch fan so quite fitting and it'll remind me of him for the rest of my life. Especially when it goes in for servicing at £350 a time ;)
1 Like #14
Broadsands
I've just has my deal for a Bell & Ross watch removed! Would anyone know why?!


No idea it might be something to do with the seller. I commentated that it was a good price if not the best looking Bell & Ross ever.
8 Likes #15
sleepingwonder
If ur paying £2.8k for a watch...you're not this sites demographic..
But if you're buying a TV, PC,car of HiFi separate that's OK?..Idiotic comment
2 Likes #16
jrw
sleepingwonder
If ur paying £2.8k for a watch...you're not this sites demographic..

I paid more than this for the 50th anniversary bond omega and I'm on here all the time.

Spend time saving money on the mundane things to spend money on the treats in life. That's what this site is about. Do you save money to just watch it do nothing in your account?

You only have one life so make the most of it.

Bought mine just after my uncle died in his memory as I'm a massive bond fan and he was a big watch fan so quite fitting and it'll remind me of him for the rest of my life. Especially when it goes in for servicing at £350 a time ;)


that's a really nice tribute and as you say it will last a lifetime. I have a few decent watches and when my son is old enough he will have one and the service cost!!! lol
10 Likes #17
MJ1981
Who in their right mind would pay that for a watch!! :o
I have a Planet Ocean. I bought it second hand 10 years ago. If I sold it now I would make money on it. I love it, I wear it every day and will pass it on to my son when I croak. A good watch will last several lifetimes. The only thing I never understand is why people by good watches and keep them in the safe and wear a piece of junk on their wrists 90% of the time.
1 Like #18
darren hardie
Broadsands
I've just has my deal for a Bell & Ross watch removed! Would anyone know why?!
No idea it might be something to do with the seller. I commentated that it was a good price if not the best looking Bell & Ross ever.

Thanks - yes, they've told me that the seller didn't have enough reviews etc.! Seems a bit harsh as how are they meant to appear on here, if they can't get a post! Still, I did see your comment before it was taken down - and replied. It looks better "in the metal" so to speak (and glass/rubber!) and with the cockpit inspired design - before I saw this deal, Goldsmiths were doing it at £2,000 and with a £200 off in the sale, to make it £1,800! Do you have a Bell & Ross?
2 Likes #19
MJ1981
Who in their right mind would pay that for a watch!! :o
I have a Planet Ocean. I bought it second hand 10 years ago. If I sold it now I would make money on it. I love it, I wear it every day and will pass it on to my son when I croak. A good watch will last several lifetimes. The only thing I never understand is why people by good watches and keep them in the safe and wear a piece of junk on their wrists 90% of the time.
jrw
sleepingwonder
If ur paying £2.8k for a watch...you're not this sites demographic..
I paid more than this for the 50th anniversary bond omega and I'm on here all the time.
Spend time saving money on the mundane things to spend money on the treats in life. That's what this site is about. Do you save money to just watch it do nothing in your account?
You only have one life so make the most of it.
Bought mine just after my uncle died in his memory as I'm a massive bond fan and he was a big watch fan so quite fitting and it'll remind me of him for the rest of my life. Especially when it goes in for servicing at £350 a time ;)
I think you paid a bit too much. Next time try William Mansell in Connagh Square London. I had my Planet Ocean done there 5 years ago and it is still keeping good time.
2 Likes #20
MJ1981
Who in their right mind would pay that for a watch!! :o


James Bond
#21
fish323
MJ1981
Who in their right mind would pay that for a watch!! :o
I have a Planet Ocean. I bought it second hand 10 years ago. If I sold it now I would make money on it. I love it, I wear it every day and will pass it on to my son when I croak. A good watch will last several lifetimes. The only thing I never understand is why people by good watches and keep them in the safe and wear a piece of junk on their wrists 90% of the time.
jrw
sleepingwonder
If ur paying £2.8k for a watch...you're not this sites demographic..
I paid more than this for the 50th anniversary bond omega and I'm on here all the time.
Spend time saving money on the mundane things to spend money on the treats in life. That's what this site is about. Do you save money to just watch it do nothing in your account?
You only have one life so make the most of it.
Bought mine just after my uncle died in his memory as I'm a massive bond fan and he was a big watch fan so quite fitting and it'll remind me of him for the rest of my life. Especially when it goes in for servicing at £350 a time ;)
I think you paid a bit too much. Next time try William Mansell in Connagh Square London. I had my Planet Ocean done there 5 years ago and it is still keeping good time.


is that a service by omega? I thought the price was all the same? just seen it was 5 yrs ago so might of gone up abit.

Edited By: Sherlock on Jan 21, 2017 11:05: .
#22
Is there anywhere online in the U.K I can buy an omega lookalike ? I know Kahuna do a Rolex lookalike
#23
fish323
MJ1981
Who in their right mind would pay that for a watch!! :o
I have a Planet Ocean. I bought it second hand 10 years ago. If I sold it now I would make money on it. I love it, I wear it every day and will pass it on to my son when I croak. A good watch will last several lifetimes. The only thing I never understand is why people by good watches and keep them in the safe and wear a piece of junk on their wrists 90% of the time.
jrw
sleepingwonder
If ur paying £2.8k for a watch...you're not this sites demographic..
I paid more than this for the 50th anniversary bond omega and I'm on here all the time.
Spend time saving money on the mundane things to spend money on the treats in life. That's what this site is about. Do you save money to just watch it do nothing in your account?
You only have one life so make the most of it.
Bought mine just after my uncle died in his memory as I'm a massive bond fan and he was a big watch fan so quite fitting and it'll remind me of him for the rest of my life. Especially when it goes in for servicing at £350 a time ;)
I think you paid a bit too much. Next time try William Mansell in Connagh Square London. I had my Planet Ocean done there 5 years ago and it is still keeping good time.


Haven't needed it doing yet. It's coming up to 5 years old and omega said 8 to 10 years before it needs servicing. And even then he said not to bother until it starts loosing time as it's the newer coaxial movement.
#24
Broadsands
MJ1981
Who in their right mind would pay that for a watch!! :o

Quite a few people it would seem - maybe not your thing, but for a lot of people, an expensive watch (or a few of them) are nice things to own. It's all relative - some spend this on a holiday that's over in a fortnight!


I think you skirted around the real reason people want to own what's like these very well. We all know the reason but are to PC to say it. It's just a true reflection of how society is these days.
#25
oohflamey
sleepingwonder
If ur paying £2.8k for a watch...you're not this sites demographic..


Yes because people with more money hate saving money so decide to buy everything full price..... sometimes I pay twice for things because I think it's too cheap.


Not so. There's 2 kinds of people those that inherit money and those that make it. I'd suggest that your comment relates to the first. People that have earned it if making non wealth generating purchases will generally look for the cheapest price or get someone else to do it fir them l
#26
Nice price,but those colours,meh
1 Like #27
DodgeySolenoid
Broadsands
MJ1981
Who in their right mind would pay that for a watch!! :o

Quite a few people it would seem - maybe not your thing, but for a lot of people, an expensive watch (or a few of them) are nice things to own. It's all relative - some spend this on a holiday that's over in a fortnight!


I think you skirted around the real reason people want to own what's like these very well. We all know the reason but are to PC to say it. It's just a true reflection of how society is these days.


Sorry not what's but watches. Don't know what happened there.
1 Like #28
Broadsands
darren hardie
Broadsands
I've just has my deal for a Bell & Ross watch removed! Would anyone know why?!
No idea it might be something to do with the seller. I commentated that it was a good price if not the best looking Bell & Ross ever.

Thanks - yes, they've told me that the seller didn't have enough reviews etc.! Seems a bit harsh as how are they meant to appear on here, if they can't get a post! Still, I did see your comment before it was taken down - and replied. It looks better "in the metal" so to speak (and glass/rubber!) and with the cockpit inspired design - before I saw this deal, Goldsmiths were doing it at £2,000 and with a £200 off in the sale, to make it £1,800! Do you have a Bell & Ross?


yeah bit odd I don't have a Bell & Ross I bought a seamaster for my 50th but was realy tempted by Bell but have always want an omega and love it. Don't get some people's comments on here yes £2500 for a watch is a lot of money but it will last a lifetime always look good and hold its value. Other goods like tv's hifi's cars tech all lose there resale value like a stone.
#29
darren hardie
Broadsands
darren hardie
Broadsands
I've just has my deal for a Bell & Ross watch removed! Would anyone know why?!
No idea it might be something to do with the seller. I commentated that it was a good price if not the best looking Bell & Ross ever.

Thanks - yes, they've told me that the seller didn't have enough reviews etc.! Seems a bit harsh as how are they meant to appear on here, if they can't get a post! Still, I did see your comment before it was taken down - and replied. It looks better "in the metal" so to speak (and glass/rubber!) and with the cockpit inspired design - before I saw this deal, Goldsmiths were doing it at £2,000 and with a £200 off in the sale, to make it £1,800! Do you have a Bell & Ross?


yeah bit odd I don't have a Bell & Ross I bought a seamaster for my 50th but was realy tempted by Bell but have always want an omega and love it. Don't get some people's comments on here yes £2500 for a watch is a lot of money but it will last a lifetime always look good and hold its value. Other goods like tv's hifi's cars tech all lose there resale value like a stone.


'but it will last a lifetime always look good and hold its value'.. Aren't you leaving a few thing out
2 Likes #30
Not my favourite Seamaster design but a good price all the same. They've still got a few gems in the watch sale - there is a cracking TAG Grande Date in that sale for £1880 as well which is fantastic value for that watch.
1 Like #31
shame I just got another Tag, other I could have been tempted! nice watch & good price.
#32
LOUGHBORO GUY
Is there anywhere online in the U.K I can buy an omega lookalike ? I know Kahuna do a Rolex lookalike


http://blog.dreamchrono.com/2014/03/famous-watches-and-their-homage-alternatives/
3 Likes #33
LOUGHBORO GUY
Is there anywhere online in the U.K I can buy an omega lookalike ? I know Kahuna do a Rolex lookalike

Christopher Ward (bit of a marmite brand but do some great watches) do a range called the Trident. I have an early Pro model and they are exceptional watches. You'll need to order from Germany, but Steinhart also do a great dive watch that has built a lot of respect and admiration. You're looking at £400 to £500 for both of these but very good value. Seiko shouldn't be ignored - too much 'but meh, it's a Seiko' as their watches are great value for the quality in their dive range.
1 Like #34
Possibly the watch is worth £18, but the Omega name is worth the other £2700 (NOT). There'll always be the brand snob who will pay the earth just so they can say to their mates "Oooooh, look what I've got". The braindead are always with us.
#35
The face pattern design is awful .
#36
LOUGHBORO GUY
Is there anywhere online in the U.K I can buy an omega lookalike ? I know Kahuna do a Rolex lookalike


Yeah did you see that program about fake so called 'prestige' watches (I think Horizon). Where there was a fake Rolex, that they took back to Rolex, who could not tell it was a fake, apart from some markings on the cogs from the manufacturing process. Now the yeah says here would look down there nose at this type of and, we all know why.
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Magister
Possibly the watch is worth £18, but the Omega name is worth the other £2700 (NOT). There'll always be the brand snob who will pay the earth just so they can say to their mates "Oooooh, look what I've got". The braindead are always with us.


the same can be said for anything really. TVs, surround sound systems, washing machines, cars etc at least with watches the majority will hold their value.
1 Like #38
Smuggling Pnuts
sleepingwonder
If ur paying £2.8k for a watch...you're not this sites demographic..
I disagree to be fair. There are a lot of premium products on this site. The sites all about getting the best deals for whatever you're after.
Heat from me...although don't like the design.

Hell I've alerts set up for a deal on a Seamaster but not too keen on the colours of the bezel.
#39
LOUGHBORO GUY
Is there anywhere online in the U.K I can buy an omega lookalike ? I know Kahuna do a Rolex lookalike

Google Omega Homage
#40
LOUGHBORO GUY
Is there anywhere online in the U.K I can buy an omega lookalike ? I know Kahuna do a Rolex lookalike
You could try google and search for an Alpha Seamaster. Nice looking and fairly reliable. B4 anybody starts with the usual nonsence. Alpha make Homage watches not fakes. As do many companies.

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