04-21-2013, 02:49 PM
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Orient Divers Watch

Just four months old and as good as new, box, instructions - everything that came with it is included. Retail is $210.00 and $146.00 on Amazon right now. Yours for $112.00 shipping paid by me. Now reduced to only $82.00, first come first served! If you want insurance that is extra. CONUS and Paypal only please. A very handsome piece.

Here is the description off the site:

Orient Watch: Orient CEM76003B men's watch features brushed finish stainless steel case with unidirectional rotating bezel and screw down crown. This great watch also comes with high quality Japanese automatic movement, Orient Caliber 46943, power reserve of approximately 40 hours, scratch resistant mineral crystal, water resistant up to 100 Meters, 8 3/4 inches brushed finish stainless steel bracelet with fold over safety clasp and black dial with day-date display and luminous hands and hour markers.


Men / Women:
Men
Power Reserve:
Approximately 40 hours
Crystal:
Mineral
Movement:
Orient Caliber 46943
Clasp:
Fold-over with Double Push Button Safety
Water Resistance:
100m
Case Material:
Stainless Steel
Case Diameter:
41mm without crown
Case Thickness:
13mm
Dial Color:
Black
Bezel Material:
Stainless Steel
Bezel Function:
Unidirectional
Calendar:
Day/Date
Band Material:
Stainless Steel
Lug Width:
24mm [LUGS]
Warranty Type:
1 Year Orient Watch USA Warranty


Here is your bonus: I will toss in for free a Vostok Russian watch that I have had for just three months. A masculine looking watch but unfortunately it just started losing 1/2 hour each day. So it does not keep time. It has the NATO band that I put on it and also comes with the original metal band. If you are handy or want to tinker here is the deal for you. The Vostok new was, I believe, around $70.00. It also comes with case and instructions.

So you get both watches, factory boxes, instructions, NATO band for $82.00.

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Next up is a Vintage Shave Gear lot.

A matching pair of barber bottles, one with a porcelain top and the other with a cork. These were used to dispense any number of products at a barber shop such as witch hazel, aftershave and hair tonic. An (empty) Raleigh's talcum tin, a brush restore with (as I recall) a TGN finest knot. Soft, not scritchy. The brush handle does have one larger crack (turned so you can see it) and two smaller ones. This is a hard to find reverse butterscotch with the black handle on the bottom.

A vintage scuttle dating to the late 1800's or so. Two piece silver plate has convenient brush rest. The top lifts off and drops right back on top once filled with hot water. Leather travel kit with two fitted bakelite (I think) containers. The leather is in rough shape, dried out but it does hold them. The containers are in great shape with the exception of a small chip out of the rim of one of them. Does not affect use. Ideal to hold a travel brush in one and a shave stick in the other - perfect!

Price for the whole vintage lot is $62.00 and I pay the shipping.

Has now been reduced to just $52.00 for the lot - have at it!

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 04-21-2013, 03:35 PM
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  • Tonality
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Too bad about that Vostock, it's a looker! I'd want just that, but GLWS.

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 04-22-2013, 12:59 PM
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Prices have been reduced on each offering.

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 04-23-2013, 07:38 PM
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The vintage shave lot is SOLD.

Price has been reduced once again on the two watches - somebody is going to get a very good deal here...

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 04-24-2013, 02:52 AM
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  • Leon
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(04-23-2013, 07:38 PM)Captain Capsize Wrote: The vintage shave lot is SOLD.

Price has been reduced once again on the two watches - somebody is going to get a very good deal here...

The 2 watches deal is a steal, IMHO. I own a Orient Perpetual Calendar and several Vostoks, so to me this is quite a deal.
Someone is going to be very happy.

Good luck

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 04-24-2013, 04:16 AM
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  • mark1966
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CONUS, always CONUS! Wink

Somebody in CONUS better grab this deal before I move there just to get it myself!

GLWS

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 04-24-2013, 08:42 AM
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  • Attila
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I'm sure the good Captain would be willing to ship to you if you offer to defray the cost of shipping for him mark1966.

Guys, remember if you see a seller put CONUS in their ad it doesn't mean they won't ship to you outside of the CONUS if you offer to chip in to the shipping cost. They are only quoting the cost for shipping within the CONUS. It just costs more to ship outside the CONUS, it isn't really that much harder (unless if you are talking about alcohol based AS and you declare it fully...).

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 04-24-2013, 07:27 PM
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  • mark1966
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(04-24-2013, 08:42 AM)Attila Wrote: I'm sure the good Captain would be willing to ship to you if you offer to defray the cost of shipping for him mark1966.

Guys, remember if you see a seller put CONUS in their ad it doesn't mean they won't ship to you outside of the CONUS if you offer to chip in to the shipping cost. They are only quoting the cost for shipping within the CONUS. It just costs more to ship outside the CONUS, it isn't really that much harder (unless if you are talking about alcohol based AS and you declare it fully...).

Yep, Scott is a great guy and I'm sure I could twist his arm to ship to me but I'm being VERY good this month to pay off some debts. It is a great deal though and I hope somebody local jumps on it ASAP!

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 04-25-2013, 04:08 AM
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PENDING on the watches...

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 04-25-2013, 05:07 PM
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The watches are SOLD!!

Thanks TSN!

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