Omega Seamaster Gents Chronograph Watch £2070 at Goldsmiths Outlet + 5% Quidco - HotUKDeals
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Got a feeling this will get voted down but this is a very good price for this watch. Generally it is very hard to get significant discounts on Omega's unless you go down the Grey Import route. Was and still is in store £2760!

http://www.goldsmiths.co.uk/product/omega-seamaster-professional-mens-chronograph-watch-17330192

Omega Seamaster Gents Chronograph Watch, Black Batons Dial, Scratch Resistant Sapphire Crystal Glass, Self Winding Chronometer, Stainless Steel Case and Bracelet, Automatic Movement, Water Resistant up to 300 Metres

Don't forget 5% Quidco
- cutthroat_jake
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4 Likes #1
good deal for anyone with 500 quids worth of tesco vouchers which are quadrupled at goldsmiths-would be the cheapest seamaster ever!
#2
Top quality watch, even the fake versions are quality! I bought a genuine Seamaster when I first went to sea in 1983 and it still looks great today.
#3
Can you use the tesco vouchers online then?
#4
pugw$sh
even the fake versions are quality!
Would disagree, most fakes are cheaply made and of an inferier quality to the original.
#5
batistawhc
pugw$sh
even the fake versions are quality!
Would disagree, most fakes are cheaply made and of an inferier quality to the original.


Agreed, my Hong Kong version can't keep time!
#6
KERMITZBITZ
Can you use the tesco vouchers online then?


No, also not in outlet versions of Goldsmiths.

However a bit of purchasing & returning might get you a gift card, but sometimes you get a credit note which won't work on-line.
#7
Found some change down the sofa last night - so I'm going to get one.
:p
#8
Holdsworth
Found some change down the sofa last night - so I'm going to get one.
:p


Thats one big Sofa!
#9
Going to by a thousand and sell them on eBay!
#10
batistawhc
pugw$sh
even the fake versions are quality!
Would disagree, most fakes are cheaply made and of an inferier quality to the original.


no!? are they really?!?
#11
Dinnyc
Going to by a thousand and sell them on eBay!


Sorry but only 10 in stock ;)
2 Likes #12
Something to consider.. I jsut bought myself an Omerga DeVille (RRP £1750)

- local jeweller near me, authorised, will sell it to me for £1300. Independent jewellers will knock off VAT and a bit more, and if you can visit a few to compare a few prices then you will get a good deal. This is if I pay by cash or credit card.
- If I pay in Tesco vouchers at Goldsmiths I will have to pay RRP (i.e. £1750/4 in vouchers).

So it really does come down to a balancing act between whether I want to sacrifice £1750/4 in Tesco vouchers to convert to Golsmiths vouchers, or pay £1300. I still went down the Tesco vouchers route :-)

Something else re Goldsmiths. The watch I recently bought had a leather strap and I have a wide wrist which meant I needed an extra-long strap. Now Goldsmiths insist on charging me an extra £200 for the extra long strap, rather than just giving me extra long strap in place of the regular one. So they were going to sell me the watch with regular strap, plus extra long strap, which is a bit ridiculous. I contacted Omega Switzerland who said that they regularly have issued with Goldsmiths pulling tricks like this, so I settled for getting the watch with a regular strap, and Omega have said that they'd be able to swap the regular for extra-long strap for me, at no cost, at one of their boutiques.

Hope this helps.. I have an omega seamaster from 2005 and love it :-)
3 Likes #13
Cue the pathetic comments from people who have absolutely no interest in buying a luxury item. Can we not just discuss it on it's merits rather than the ever so predictable and poor attempts at humour? I doubt it somehow!
#14
barky
good deal for anyone with 500 quids worth of tesco vouchers which are quadrupled at goldsmiths-would be the cheapest seamaster ever!


You cant use Tesco clubcard vouchers at the outlet stores, only on the High Street stores.
#15
kingchris
KERMITZBITZ
Can you use the tesco vouchers online then?
No, also not in outlet versions of Goldsmiths.However a bit of purchasing & returning might get you a gift card, but sometimes you get a credit note which won't work on-line.

You can use them online now, but you have to fill in an order form and send your vouchers off.
1 Like #16
If you work for a certain high street bank, you can get a 25% discounted giftcard, which brings this fella in at £1,552.50. Nice one!
#17
I got this watch over a year ago from Ernest Jones for less than £2k.

CJ

EDIT: It's £2,180 now, but you get 14% Quidco there, so it would work out cheaper at £1,874.80.


Edited By: cutthroat_jake on Nov 02, 2010 11:43: Edit
#18
[quote=polak]Something to consider.. I jsut bought myself an Omerga DeVille (RRP £1750)

- local jeweller near me, authorised, will sell it to me for £1300. Independent jewellers will knock off VAT and a bit more, and if you can visit a few to compare a few prices then you will get a good deal. This is if I pay by cash or credit card.

Totally agree most independent retailers will give you a discount if you haggle as they are not officially allowed to discount... I bought a seamaster of my local dealer and got 20% off.
#19
well there's proof that quality timepieces are an investment! bought the same watch only with a blue face for £1150 (grey import) a few years ago.
2 Likes #20
Whilst it might be a juggling decision as to whether to use cash (nice if you have it spare for a watch) or use Tesco vouchers, you only have 1 month to use those Tesco vouchers and get this watch for roughly £500 of vouchers, as after December 1st (think) the cost in Tesco vouchers will be nearer £700 as the £4 for £1 reduces to £3 for £1.
2 Likes #21
Mada06
Cue the pathetic comments from people who have absolutely no interest in buying a luxury item. Can we not just discuss it on it's merits rather than the ever so predictable and poor attempts at humour? I doubt it somehow!


Although I take your point, I actually take exception to patronising posts like this. I for one would think it would be a very sad day if this site lost the humour and entertainment value - you can still rate an item without being über-serious.
2 Likes #22
Mada06
Cue the pathetic comments from people who have absolutely no interest in buying a luxury item. Can we not just discuss it on it's merits rather than the ever so predictable and poor attempts at humour? I doubt it somehow!

Your Momma!!! ;)
#23
skyrocket
well there's proof that quality timepieces are an investment! bought the same watch only with a blue face for £1150 (grey import) a few years ago.


hear hear....

I bought my Breitling timepiece from Goldsmiths with Tesco vouchers 3 years ago.

Paid £3750, it now retails for £5400.
#24
Hi all how would i purchase the tesco vouchers? do you get the vouchers discounted or soemthing along those lines? cheers
#25
cutthroat_jake
I got this watch over a year ago from Ernest Jones for less than £2k.

CJ

EDIT: It's £2,180 now, but you get 14% Quidco there, so it would work out cheaper at £1,874.80.



That's a different watch - model number 2594.52.00 retails for £2760 and the model I think you are talking about is 213.30.42.40.01.001 which retails for £2180. I own the later.

Edited By: Xantia on Nov 02, 2010 12:03: spelling
#26
batistawhc
pugw$sh
even the fake versions are quality!
Would disagree, most fakes are cheaply made and of an inferier quality to the original.

Then you're not looking in the right places. I've had my planet ocean replica for 2 years now, never missed a beat.

This is a hot deal though espec as barky said if you combo tesco vouchers
#27
D2DB
If you work for a certain high street bank, you can get a 25% discounted giftcard, which brings this fella in at £1,552.50. Nice one!


anybody got a link to the 25% discounted card from goldsmiths that was put on ehre a couple of weeks ago? cannot find it anywhere!.

cheers matt
#28
Goldsmiths were really nice to me when I bought one. Even threw in a strap for my Wife's Longines.

The watch is beautiful. So is my Wife - she bought the watch for me as an Xmas present :-)
#29
polak
Something to consider.. I jsut bought myself an Omerga DeVille (RRP £1750)- local jeweller near me, authorised, will sell it to me for £1300. Independent jewellers will knock off VAT and a bit more, and if you can visit a few to compare a few prices then you will get a good deal. This is if I pay by cash or credit card.- If I pay in Tesco vouchers at Goldsmiths I will have to pay RRP (i.e. £1750/4 in vouchers).So it really does come down to a balancing act between whether I want to sacrifice £1750/4 in Tesco vouchers to convert to Golsmiths vouchers, or pay £1300. I still went down the Tesco vouchers route :-)Something else re Goldsmiths. The watch I recently bought had a leather strap and I have a wide wrist which meant I needed an extra-long strap. Now Goldsmiths insist on charging me an extra £200 for the extra long strap, rather than just giving me extra long strap in place of the regular one. So they were going to sell me the watch with regular strap, plus extra long strap, which is a bit ridiculous. I contacted Omega Switzerland who said that they regularly have issued with Goldsmiths pulling tricks like this, so I settled for getting the watch with a regular strap, and Omega have said that they'd be able to swap the regular for extra-long strap for me, at no cost, at one of their boutiques.Hope this helps.. I have an omega seamaster from 2005 and love it :-)

That is flipping disgraceful. Shame on you Goldsmiths! When I wanted an extra long chain on a necklace I bought from H.Samuels, even they gave me money off a new one and I certainly wasn't spending anything like the amount that you were. Well done to Omega for their customer service!
#30
I this the current coax model?

Edited By: Paddy72 on Nov 02, 2010 12:14: wrong watch?
#31
msundhu
D2DB
If you work for a certain high street bank, you can get a 25% discounted giftcard, which brings this fella in at £1,552.50. Nice one!
anybody got a link to the 25% discounted card from goldsmiths that was put on ehre a couple of weeks ago? cannot find it anywhere!.cheers matt

You'll probably find it got pulled - people were being asked for their staff numbers when they rung.
#32
Nice watch can i wear it in the bath
#33
Do omega make their own movements or are they modified ETA's?
I've been checking out various used watches recently, Sub 14060m, and Sea Dweller 16600. This omega looks quite tasty too.
#34
toomanychoices
msundhu
D2DB
If you work for a certain high street bank, you can get a 25% discounted giftcard, which brings this fella in at £1,552.50. Nice one!
anybody got a link to the 25% discounted card from goldsmiths that was put on ehre a couple of weeks ago? cannot find it anywhere!.cheers matt


You'll probably find it got pulled - people were being asked for their staff numbers when they rung.


ahh ok thanks! looking for a present for my dad-hes always wanted an exspensive watch but looking for the best deal possible!!!

I'll be sticking to my D&G one myself :(
#35
I bought a "Rolex" watch in Lanzarote 12 years ago for under a tenner - still going strong...(_;)
#36
dudberg
I bought a "Rolex" watch in Lanzarote 12 years ago for under a tenner - still going strong...(_;)



LOL. Quality comment.
#37
L555BAT
Do omega make their own movements or are they modified ETA's?
I've been checking out various used watches recently, Sub 14060m, and Sea Dweller 16600. This omega looks quite tasty too.


They are modified ETA in the main but since they own ETA you could still say it is in house. They have vastly scaled back the supply of cheap ETA 2824 movements in the last year to try and build a bit more exclusivity for it.
#38
I have an Automatic Seamaster, paid 2 Grand for it, amazing watch.
#39
Beautiful watch and very good investment at this price!
#40
Or you could get the James Bond version even cheaper:
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