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RADO True Specchio Black Dial Men's Watch just 7mm thick fully ceramic 37mm RRP £1,650 - £699.99 delivered @ TK Maxx
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RADO True Specchio Black Dial Men's Watch just 7mm thick fully ceramic 37mm RRP £1,650 - £699.99 delivered @ TK Maxx

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Posted 19th Jul

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Black ceramic case with a black ceramic bracelet. Fixed black ceramic bezel. Black dial with silver-tone hands and index hour markers. Arabic numeral appears at the 12 o'clock position. Dial Type: Analog. Date display at the 6 o'clock position. Seconds subdials. Rado Calibre 239 quartz movement. Scratch resistant sapphire crystal. Pull / push crown. Solid case back. Round case shape, case size: 37 mm, case thickness: 7 mm. Band width: 20 mm, band length: 7.5 inches. Fold over with push button release clasp. Water resistant at 50 meters / 165 feet. Functions: date, hour, minute, second. Dress watch style. Watch label: Swiss Made. Rado True Specchio Black Dial Mens Watch R27081152
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RuudBullit19/07/2019 08:44

The article is vague and lacks real substance. It does however suggest …The article is vague and lacks real substance. It does however suggest that TK Maxx stock a lot of old season stock, which is what the OP alluded to. It doesn't mention reject products, which is what you alluded to.



I remember watching the TV programme and resultant articles about TK Maxx. Most stuff in TK Maxx is awesome - what was suggested is that some of their goods are "cut down made-for-outlet style goods" that can't be found in premium stores - think Michael Kors bags were used as an example. A lot of their Osprey stock can't be found on the official site, as I've had a good look for certain items.

If you can verify what you're looking at is sold elsewhere (and I do, easier nowadays as we all have smartphones) you get some cracking things from TK. There was no discussion about watches, but I don't think this applies to them, or electronics, household goods, etc. Mostly clothes and handbags.

Also, my store sells pretty rubbish watches (unless I'm just unlucky, haha).

As for Rado, I only have the Xiaomi knockoff
Edited by: "louiselouise" 19th Jul
Xanderdale19/07/2019 09:18

There's absolutely no way that this is a genuine Rado. Or if it is, it's …There's absolutely no way that this is a genuine Rado. Or if it is, it's the bargain of the century. My money's on the former.


If they were found to be selling counterfeit branded goods they would get their ar$e handed to them - by trading standards and by Rado themselves.
I'm a buyer for a brewery and have to do thorough due diligence on any purchases - if you are selling to the public the buck stops with you. Ignorance is no excuse. I very much doubt TK Maxx would take the risk of flogging knock off items as they would be heavily fined and they would lose their customers trust. If they tried to plead ignorance they would have to produce all documentation to prove they thought they were buying legit products, and if anything looks "to good to be true" they will be for the high jump.
Due diligence is due diligence. Plain and simple.
Well, hush my mouth. It's Yellow Sticker season in TK and I saw this Junkers watch (Automatic version) for £165 in a display case earlier this afternoon.38111737-yfuNJ.jpg
louiselouise19/07/2019 18:55

Well, hush my mouth. It's Yellow Sticker season in TK and I saw this …Well, hush my mouth. It's Yellow Sticker season in TK and I saw this Junkers watch (Automatic version) for £165 in a display case earlier this afternoon.[Image]


Wow I like that! Did you buy?
wimbojimbo19/07/2019 19:18

Wow I like that! Did you buy?



The impulse Huawei purchase nuked my bank account for a while, haha.
About two years ago I was happily chatting to a tkmaxx floor staff and then I asked if they sold seconds and were they labelled as such. Suddenly the chat got chilly and she would only say I should phone Cs to ask the question.
Meathotukdeals19/07/2019 21:16

About two years ago I was happily chatting to a tkmaxx floor staff and …About two years ago I was happily chatting to a tkmaxx floor staff and then I asked if they sold seconds and were they labelled as such. Suddenly the chat got chilly and she would only say I should phone Cs to ask the question.


I've always wondered with the clothes and fashions about that! Stitching not quite right or badge not quite straight ect but with the watches I've bought they are sealed and still have the original protective wrap on them, never seen anything to think it's any kind of rejected item, also these massive Swiss brands surely wouldn't sell second rate versions of their heavily marketed products anywhere! Too damaging to reputation. All the bargains I've had are older models of current ones, recently the Valjoux Tissot Chronograph which was released in 2012!
wimbojimbo19/07/2019 21:28

I've always wondered with the clothes and fashions about that! Stitching …I've always wondered with the clothes and fashions about that! Stitching not quite right or badge not quite straight ect but with the watches I've bought they are sealed and still have the original protective wrap on them, never seen anything to think it's any kind of rejected item, also these massive Swiss brands surely wouldn't sell second rate versions of their heavily marketed products anywhere! Too damaging to reputation. All the bargains I've had are older models of current ones, recently the Valjoux Tissot Chronograph which was released in 2012!


Yeah the thing I wonder about with things like this is how do they get them , what were the circumstances.
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