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Omega Seamaster 300 Men's Two Colour Bracelet Watch £6400 Earnest Jones
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Omega Seamaster 300 Men's Two Colour Bracelet Watch £6400 Earnest Jones

£6,400£9,13030%Ernest Jones Deals
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Omega Seamaster 300 Men's Two Colour Bracelet Watch £6400 Earnest Jones
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Kratos6909/09/2020 17:23

Will this hold its value? Does it have a heart rate monitor? Can I text my …Will this hold its value? Does it have a heart rate monitor? Can I text my mistress from it?


No but you’ll get a hotter mistress from her knowing you’ve got this much money and didn’t need to buy a Rolex to compensate for your small
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Not a Timex, cold
Will this hold its value? Does it have a heart rate monitor? Can I text my mistress from it?
Edited by: "Kratos69" 9th Sep
Kratos6909/09/2020 17:23

Will this hold its value? Does it have a heart rate monitor? Can I text my …Will this hold its value? Does it have a heart rate monitor? Can I text my mistress from it?


No

No

Yes.

If I read the description right...
spatter09/09/2020 17:24

NoNoYes. If I read the description right...


Sold, the third one was the most important anyway
Kratos6909/09/2020 17:23

Will this hold its value? Does it have a heart rate monitor? Can I text my …Will this hold its value? Does it have a heart rate monitor? Can I text my mistress from it?


No but you’ll get a hotter mistress from her knowing you’ve got this much money and didn’t need to buy a Rolex to compensate for your small
spatter09/09/2020 17:34

Pretty well cheaper than all used …Pretty well cheaper than all used ones....https://www.chrono24.co.uk/omega/ref-23320412101001.htm

I assume you’re pointing out the value of these are falling through the floor?
Haven't you heard? Never buy a watch unless you love it....
spatter09/09/2020 17:48

Haven't you heard? Never buy a watch unless you love it....


Well everybody's heard about ...

(Oh yeah!)
Edited by: "TopTrump" 9th Sep
spatter09/09/2020 17:48

Haven't you heard? Never buy a watch unless you love it....


And then try and sell it for more than you can buy new....
hisqwertyness09/09/2020 18:03

And then try and sell it for more than you can buy new....


Didn’t do go badly for me, in fact it’s up £450 in the last two weeks.

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hisqwertyness09/09/2020 18:03

And then try and sell it for more than you can buy new....


I tend to buy old watches so that's not an option.
Bought 5 to sell on eBay.
All I can can say if anyone pays more for a 2nd hand piece than you can pick up new you’re either crazy or simple
Edited by: "hisqwertyness" 9th Sep
Beautiful watch.
AOK7609/09/2020 18:10

Bought 5 to sell on eBay.


Ahhh, the old "Bought 5 to sell on eBay" joke. Never fails to disappoint
A rado?
sparkyIreland09/09/2020 20:29

Ahhh, the old "Bought 5 to sell on eBay" joke. Never fails to disappoint



Its funnier than the thought that anyone other than professional footballers could ever actually afford to or justify spending that much on a watch!!!.....“Oh look at me, look at me, ain’t I got a lot of money”!!
jdr11609/09/2020 23:49

Its funnier than the thought that anyone other than professional …Its funnier than the thought that anyone other than professional footballers could ever actually afford to or justify spending that much on a watch!!!.....“Oh look at me, look at me, ain’t I got a lot of money”!!


Maybe people buy them because they like them? Don’t try and justify other people’s purchases by what you can afford or deem worthy. I’m sure you have some items others would find hard to justify, different strokes.
Edited by: "Kratos69" 10th Sep
AOK7609/09/2020 18:10

Bought 5 to sell on eBay.


If bought from Ernest Jones they will never arrive.
Kratos6910/09/2020 04:28

Maybe people buy them because they like them? Don’t try and justify other p …Maybe people buy them because they like them? Don’t try and justify other people’s purchases by what you can afford or deem worthy. I’m sure you have some items others would find hard to justify, different strokes.



Carry on living in your little privileged “look at me world” then and think yourself very very lucky if you are able to spend six and a half grand on a WATCH!!.....I’ve only ever spent more than that on my house and two cars in my whole life and in my fifties. I could do if I thought it wasn’t totally obscene and irresponsible unless like I said, you are someone to whom money is irrelevant as you earn so much.Sums up the selfish “me, me” society who thinks it’s their right to have whatever they want, when they want and then when they’ve spent every penny of what they have, they will expect the more prident ones amongst us to then bail them out and provide for them. Makes me sick.
kknight0110/09/2020 06:48

If bought from Ernest Jones they will never arrive.


Agreed in this case. It's in store only!
jdr11610/09/2020 07:45

Carry on living in your little privileged “look at me world” then and thi … Carry on living in your little privileged “look at me world” then and think yourself very very lucky if you are able to spend six and a half grand on a WATCH!!.....I’ve only ever spent more than that on my house and two cars in my whole life and in my fifties. I could do if I thought it wasn’t totally obscene and irresponsible unless like I said, you are someone to whom money is irrelevant as you earn so much.Sums up the selfish “me, me” society who thinks it’s their right to have whatever they want, when they want and then when they’ve spent every penny of what they have, they will expect the more prident ones amongst us to then bail them out and provide for them. Makes me sick.


That seems a bit harsh.

You don’t like that people spend more than you feel appropriate on things? They won’t care.

It doesn’t imply imprudence or profligacy in all/most cases. Some work exceptionally hard to make what they do and if they want to buy something to reward themselves, more power to them.

If you take on debt to pay for a lifestyle you aspire to.... welcome to modern life. Money, or displays of wealth, determine ones place in the world.

No money? No one will care. Have loads? People will take notice. Sad, perhaps, but it’s true.
Getting a little heated in here...

I have a suspicion and please correct me if I am wrong those who have professed their disdain for luxury items were the same Conservtive voting Brexiteers that wanted change by challenging the status quo and political narrative of the elite.

A wise word, all you have done is sow the seeds of division and inequality. And to that end, ha, we will continue to buy our over indulgent watches because we have the capital and why the heck not! When the streets are filled with blood we shall buy property.
Edited by: "Sammy86" 10th Sep
jdr11610/09/2020 07:45

Carry on living in your little privileged “look at me world” then and thi … Carry on living in your little privileged “look at me world” then and think yourself very very lucky if you are able to spend six and a half grand on a WATCH!!.....I’ve only ever spent more than that on my house and two cars in my whole life and in my fifties. I could do if I thought it wasn’t totally obscene and irresponsible unless like I said, you are someone to whom money is irrelevant as you earn so much.Sums up the selfish “me, me” society who thinks it’s their right to have whatever they want, when they want and then when they’ve spent every penny of what they have, they will expect the more prident ones amongst us to then bail them out and provide for them. Makes me sick.


You've spent over 6 1/2 grand on two cars! Wow. I've never spent more than 2 1/2 on a car.
jdr11610/09/2020 07:45

Carry on living in your little privileged “look at me world” then and thi …Carry on living in your little privileged “look at me world” then and think yourself very very lucky if you are able to spend six and a half grand on a WATCH!!.....I’ve only ever spent more than that on my house and two cars in my whole life and in my fifties. I could do if I thought it wasn’t totally obscene and irresponsible unless like I said, you are someone to whom money is irrelevant as you earn so much.Sums up the selfish “me, me” society who thinks it’s their right to have whatever they want, when they want and then when they’ve spent every penny of what they have, they will expect the more prident ones amongst us to then bail them out and provide for them. Makes me sick.


Where did I say it’s my right to have whatever I want? It makes you sick that people are free to spend money how they wish? Your thoughts are irrelevant really as to if you think it’s a waste of money, you have to realise what you like others don’t and what others like you don’t. Bail outs when people have spent their money? Lol what are you talking about, it’s a deal on a watch with 30% off, calm down and realise what dosent float your boat may float other peoples. Many people work hard, let them spend on what they wish without your judgement. You just sound bitter.
Edited by: "Kratos69" 10th Sep
spatter10/09/2020 08:06

You've spent over 6 1/2 grand on two cars! Wow. I've never spent more than …You've spent over 6 1/2 grand on two cars! Wow. I've never spent more than 2 1/2 on a car.


Same, I may like my watches but I don’t even own a car, a measly Oyster card (lol). What a splurger he is, two cars.
Kratos6910/09/2020 08:44

Same, I may like my watches but I don’t even own a car, a measly Oyster c …Same, I may like my watches but I don’t even own a car, a measly Oyster card (lol). What a splurger he is, two cars.


Even worse when considering his individual carbon foot print, anyone with any modicum of social responsibility should be ashamed. We know from the resources extracted to the fuel used, the impact of motor vehicles has been a blight. If anything the 2015 UN 17 sustainability development goals should be held in high regard. People that do not have insight into their own misgivings make me sick, probably don't mind child mining Coltan or invading a Middle Eastern oil rich nation to ensure their own ease of comfort here in the west.
Better just to buy a watch!
Sammy8610/09/2020 09:02

Even worse when considering his individual carbon foot print, anyone with …Even worse when considering his individual carbon foot print, anyone with any modicum of social responsibility should be ashamed. We know from the resources extracted to the fuel used, the impact of motor vehicles has been a blight. If anything the 2015 UN 17 sustainability development goals should be held in high regard. People that do not have insight into their own misgivings make me sick, probably don't mind child mining Coltan or invading a Middle Eastern oil rich nation to ensure their own ease of comfort here in the west.


If you follow the watch threads here you’ll see this a lot. HUKD has its own set of financial advisors giving you 101 reasons not to spend your cash how you wish. They don’t even charge.
spatter10/09/2020 09:04

Better just to buy a watch!


And not just that, buying the right watch would be as good as investment grade stocks/shares in the medium to long term. The capital growth would outstrip inflation and the BoE interest rate of stale investments in a normal account or premium bonds.
Beautiful watch!

Think I'll step out though as people are getting shouted at for saying they like/they would buy a watch
Got20pmate10/09/2020 09:13

Beautiful watch! Think I'll step out though as people are getting shouted …Beautiful watch! Think I'll step out though as people are getting shouted at for saying they like/they would buy a watch


You are very wise.....
At the end of the day, I don't think it really matters what people spend their money on. It's not worth investing time and getting upset over
Nice watch but would prefer to spend the money on a Rolex personally
Edited by: "savemoney247" 10th Sep
savemoney24710/09/2020 15:47

Nice watch but would prefer to spend the money on a Rolex personally


If the ADs are gracious, and deem you ‘worthy’, enough to sell you one!
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