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      08-02-2013, 06:44 PM   #1
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watch for sale

For sale. Pm me make me a fair offer.



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      08-02-2013, 06:45 PM   #2
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day date presidential. Comes with cert.

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Trade offers (plus cash) welcome.
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Just an FYI but that is not a Day-Date "Presidental" that is a Datejust. Either way nice looking watch and glws.
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Just an FYI but that is not a Day-Date "Presidental" that is a Datejust. Either way nice looking watch and glws.
Jerry is correct, that is not a Rolex President. Compare it to this photo of a (my) President. Note the day and date display and the band. These mark the identifying signature of "The President" model: (other dials, etc are available)
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Too blingy for my taste. My DD watches are a Breitling B01 and a Rolex Sub that I have had for 11 years now. GLWS
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If I was a woman I might like that watch.
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Too blingy for my taste. My DD watches are a Breitling B01 and a Rolex Sub that I have had for 11 years now. GLWS
Thanks. Ill probably have better luck selling it on my ebay account.

Thanks for clarifying guys. Watch is not my taste either.
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Thanks. Ill probably have better luck selling it on my ebay account.

Thanks for clarifying guys. Watch is not my taste either.
You're trying to sell a $3000+ watch with a single crappy picture and a note that says make an offer. What did you honestly expect?

Not to mention calling that watch a President is the equivalent of calling a 128i an M5.

How about taking the time to make a description about the watch's history and if it includes any documentation to prove its authenticity. As far as we know, you're selling a $100 replica.
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You're trying to sell a $3000+ watch with a single crappy picture and a note that says make an offer. What did you honestly expect?

Not to mention calling that watch a President is the equivalent of calling a 128i an M5.

How about taking the time to make a description about the watch's history and if it includes any documentation to prove its authenticity. As far as we know, you're selling a $100 replica.
Watch just got sold. Yeah I said sorry about the error. If it was a fake Im sure one of these pros wouldve put it on blast already. Anyway thread can be closed now admins.

Chill out random guy. Was not my intention to piss on you and call it rain.
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Jerry is correct, that is not a Rolex President. Compare it to this photo of a (my) President. Note the day and date display and the band. These mark the identifying signature of "The President" model: (other dials, etc are available)
Thats a beautiful watch btw.
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Just an FYI but that is not a Day-Date "Presidental" that is a Datejust. Either way nice looking watch and glws.
Thanks for correcting me. Sorry for the bad description. I may have been hung over when I posted. Bday party.
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Watch just got sold. Yeah I said sorry about the error. If it was a fake Im sure one of these pros wouldve put it on blast already. Anyway thread can be closed now admins.

Chill out random guy. Was not my intention to piss on you and call it rain.
I am excellent at spotting replica/fake Rolex watches and Montblanc pens. I’ve written several How-To’s about spotting fakes for both.

It sounds like you are fairly new to the world of timepieces/watches so I’ll say that it is impossible to confirm a Rolex’s authenticity even with high definition pictures. Recently, a friend of mine sent me about 10 ultra high quality pictures (with a dslr camera) of a Rolex Daytona 116509 he had inherited from his grandfather.

-It passed the basic gold test with a magnet (he did not want to do an actual gold test by scratching off some of the material)
-The dial was correct
-The hand lengths were correct
-It had a serial number which was correctly numbered for the time period
-It had an automatic movement that had a 48+ hour power reserve
-He even took it to a local authorized Rolex retailer who could not confirm it was a fake

Long story short, the watch was sent in to Rolex for a final confirmation. When they opened the case, they concluded that it was in fact a replica/fake.
We are talking about a replica of a $35,000 watch that was inspected by several experts both online and in person and it still could not be confirmed to be a replica until it reached Rolex’s official repair center.

I hope whomever bought the watch from you plans to send it in to be authenticated. I would really hate for someone to buy a $3000+ replica.
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