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    IMHO the moon watch is the real thing... 3570.50.. all others are only side dish.. you need the real thing
    The manual winding is nice... mesmerising ... if you can, try to get the pro, not the reduced.

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    Thanks guys! Currently in RJC...

    Will save up for the 3570.50. Love the idea of manual! Ok bah I listen to all you uncles here. Any lobang for reliable second hand omega dealer? Buy new damn ex, might as well let previous owner take the kick in the balls for me..

    Then after that thinking of going to change strap to leather, use poly watch buff out crystal scratches, should be good as new!

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    And I'm going to make this my first and last watch hahah... Been lurking around forums enough to know that most never stop at one... Now studying only no money finance. Next time got money alr can buy patek for my maid go market buy groceries!

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    Quote Originally Posted by aproyaloak View Post
    Thanks guys! Currently in RJC...

    Will save up for the 3570.50. Love the idea of manual! Ok bah I listen to all you uncles here. Any lobang for reliable second hand omega dealer? Buy new damn ex, might as well let previous owner take the kick in the balls for me..

    Then after that thinking of going to change strap to leather, use poly watch buff out crystal scratches, should be good as new!
    Wah, smart kid. Unfortunately, I'm on the other end of the spectrum....

    Since that's the case, I think the choice is clear. Go for the Pro one. Shouldn't go wrong
    "Oh enjoying the thrill of the chase is fine. Craving the distraction of the game, I sympathize entirely. But sentiment, sentiment is a chemical defect found in the losing side."

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tricolore View Post
    Wah, smart kid. Unfortunately, I'm on the other end of the spectrum....

    Since that's the case, I think the choice is clear. Go for the Pro one. Shouldn't go wrong
    Why haven't you changed your "in the pipeline"? Do what the RJC students do...
    Watches are like potato chips - You never stop at one

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    Quote Originally Posted by pegasi View Post
    Why haven't you changed your "in the pipeline"? Do what the RJC students do...
    People from RJC, I am from some **** JC mah
    "Oh enjoying the thrill of the chase is fine. Craving the distraction of the game, I sympathize entirely. But sentiment, sentiment is a chemical defect found in the losing side."

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    Quote Originally Posted by aproyaloak View Post
    Thanks guys! Currently in RJC...

    Will save up for the 3570.50. Love the idea of manual! Ok bah I listen to all you uncles here. Any lobang for reliable second hand omega dealer? Buy new damn ex, might as well let previous owner take the kick in the balls for me..

    Then after that thinking of going to change strap to leather, use poly watch buff out crystal scratches, should be good as new!
    why are you buying watches now at 18 yrs old? Go chase skirts...that's the right thing to do now...
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    Quote Originally Posted by wolfeyes1974 View Post
    why are you buying watches now at 18 yrs old? Go chase skirts...that's the right thing to do now...
    These days got cool watches chase skirts easier, Mr wolfeyes...
    Watches are like potato chips - You never stop at one

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    Quote Originally Posted by aproyaloak View Post
    I'm currently looking to get an Omega speedmaster (I like the idea of the moon watch on my wrist!). It's going to be my first luxury watch and also an 18th birthday present for myself next year (so I'm saving like siao now)

    For the SMP, second hand can be found for 3k +-
    For the reduced can be found $1.7k +-

    Should I go for the reduced or the pro?
    no need to bother saving so hard. You like it, just go to bank and take money out to hantam. Am sure your bank acount got 3.5k to spare.
    "Houston, Tranquility Base here. The Eagle has landed."

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    Wah bro... Poison leh. Not 18 yet cannot wdraw xD

    And yah lor got watch chase skirts easier. Spend money bring girl out might as well buy a watch that will stay on my wrist forever, right! Buy earlier better, prices of watches going up every year. Buy earlier cheaper and brings greater utility!

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