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25% off Klaus Kobec Watches

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25% off all Klaus Kobec Watches with code KKAFF25 +15% quidco
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6y, 2m agoFound 6 years, 2 months ago / expired 30 Jan 1130 January 2011
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6y, 2m agoFound 6 years, 2 months ago / expired 30 Jan 1130 January 2011
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#1
crap watches which you see all the time on shopping channels with ridiculously inflated prices-wouldnt be worth it at 75 percent off!
#2
Shouldn't the code be NAFF, won't vote though

Edited By: simplyjimbo on Jan 05, 2011 17:19
#3
barky
crap watches which you see all the time on shopping channels with ridiculously inflated prices-wouldnt be worth it at 75 percent off!


Probably true but the same can be said for watches by Gucci and D&G etc. I was talking to a watchmaker a month ago, he was less than complimentary about the watches made by fashion houses
#4
**** watches
#5
Three specific brands known to play the luxury watch imposter game are:

Klaus Kobec -- Advertises heavily in magazines as being comparable to US$2,000+ watches, with a retail price of US$900, but can be yours for only US$200.
Krug Baumen -- Sold on auction sites. Claims "RRP" in the £475-625 (US$900-1,200) range, yet they routinely sell in the £15-50 (US$30-100) range. Even has an impressive looking official website for the brand.
Montre Suisse -- Sold on auction sites especially in the United Kingdom, often in bulk lots of 5 to 10 pieces. Claims a retail price of £129.99 (approximately US$250), yet are sold in any quantity you want for less than £5.99 (US$12) each. Ironically, their name translates to "Swiss style."
#6
These watches are just a rip off. You would be better off buying a fake Rolex.

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