It's been awhile so AWKSHUN!!

It's been awhile so AWKSHUN!!

Postby foghorn » April 13th 2016, 1:51pm

Bulova Model 98C63. Two tone automatic. Miyota 21 jewel no hack but does hand wind. 100 m W/R with mineral crystals. An exhibition case back displays the unadorned Miyota 8205 for all the world to see. Date code on back indicates A4 (2004) year of manufacture. Approx 38 mm but pretty heavy for a (to some) diminuitive timepiece. This vintage designed watch is equally at home in the board room as well as the bathroom.Box,papers, 2 extra links , and original silica (do not eat) gel pack are included. Prob will fit up to 7 3/4 inch wrist in a fully enlinkened state.

Because I am paying for best in class USPS Priority Shipping I ask for an opening bid of $25 so I don't get too reamed.
United States Postal Money Order and US sales only.
Auction ends at the stroke of 7 PM EST Saturday April 16, 2016


Good luck and good bidding and good bye.


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Re: It's been awhile so AWKSHUN!!

Postby Racer-X » April 13th 2016, 2:04pm

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Re: It's been awhile so AWKSHUN!!

Postby abduksion » April 13th 2016, 2:08pm

For some unknown reason I've always preferred the Citizen 8215 movements over the
current Seiko SII movements. But when it comes to the high end side of Japanese movements I prefer
the Grand Seiko High Beat over Citizen's 9015.
I've never felt like I truly belonged here and I believe it's time I move on.
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Re: It's been awhile so AWKSHUN!!

Postby eddiea » April 13th 2016, 3:15pm

abduksion wrote: But when it comes to the high end side of Japanese movements I prefer
the Grand Seiko High Beat over Citizen's 9015.

That's crazy Kevin , care to elaborate?
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Re: It's been awhile so AWKSHUN!!

Postby foghorn » April 13th 2016, 3:28pm

Bid early and often
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Re: It's been awhile so AWKSHUN!!

Postby artman » April 13th 2016, 3:30pm

$25!
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Re: It's been awhile so AWKSHUN!!

Postby abduksion » April 13th 2016, 3:55pm

eddiea wrote:
abduksion wrote: But when it comes to the high end side of Japanese movements I prefer
the Grand Seiko High Beat over Citizen's 9015.

That's crazy Kevin , care to elaborate?

I guess you can say I've read up on more about Seiko's
movements then Citizen's 9015. Just seems like more
people do reviews on Seiko's High beat, Spring Drive and
the 9F quartz whereas I hardly see video reviews on the
9015 same goes for Seiko Astron vs Citizen Satellite Wave watches
Both have GPS time keeping but ask most people who collect
watches which they'd choose I'd wouldn't be surprise if the majority
pick the Seiko. Sure I like Seiko's movements better then
Citizen's but then again I like Citizen's Eco
Drive movements over Seiko Kinetic and Solar powered watches.
Has for design's both brands are neck and neck.
I've never felt like I truly belonged here and I believe it's time I move on.
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Re: It's been awhile so AWKSHUN!!

Postby foghorn » April 13th 2016, 4:06pm

Oh FFS!!!!!!
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Re: It's been awhile so AWKSHUN!!

Postby conjurer » April 13th 2016, 4:15pm

How's the loom?
Johannes! My knees are trembling from banging her so hard with my rod!

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Re: It's been awhile so AWKSHUN!!

Postby foghorn » April 13th 2016, 4:45pm

conjurer wrote:How's the loom?



Oh great!! Now we'll get a discussion on the merits of tritium vs superluminova!!
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Re: It's been awhile so AWKSHUN!!

Postby Racer-X » April 13th 2016, 4:52pm

$30 because it's not solar.
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Re: It's been awhile so AWKSHUN!!

Postby abduksion » April 13th 2016, 6:02pm

foghorn wrote:Oh FFS!!!!!!

:?:
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Re: It's been awhile so AWKSHUN!!

Postby Bigjimzlll » April 13th 2016, 6:35pm

Yea but Kevi....Never mind...

$35.00
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Re: It's been awhile so AWKSHUN!!

Postby NorthCountry » April 13th 2016, 6:36pm

Dear Kevin, getting into a movement discussion in Foghorn's auction is bad manners. You walked right into it.
Sometimes the forum reads like a sitcom.

Oh and 40 dollars bid.
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Re: It's been awhile so AWKSHUN!!

Postby eddiea » April 14th 2016, 11:54am

abduksion wrote:
eddiea wrote:
abduksion wrote: But when it comes to the high end side of Japanese movements I prefer
the Grand Seiko High Beat over Citizen's 9015.

That's crazy Kevin , care to elaborate?

I guess you can say I've read up on more about Seiko's
movements then Citizen's 9015. Just seems like more
people do reviews on Seiko's High beat, Spring Drive and
the 9F quartz whereas I hardly see video reviews on the
9015 same goes for Seiko Astron vs Citizen Satellite Wave watches
Both have GPS time keeping but ask most people who collect
watches which they'd choose I'd wouldn't be surprise if the majority
pick the Seiko. Sure I like Seiko's movements better then
Citizen's but then again I like Citizen's Eco
Drive movements over Seiko Kinetic and Solar powered watches.
Has for design's both brands are neck and neck.

Shit that's just too long and dense for me Kev....but in short, the 90XX Citizen/Miyota movement series are not "high-end" , not sure how you can compare them to a GS High Beat ..that been said, let me just bid $45 before Jeff chew a piece of my ass.....
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Re: It's been awhile so AWKSHUN!!

Postby foghorn » April 14th 2016, 12:00pm

THAT'S how it's done :mrgreen:
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Re: It's been awhile so AWKSHUN!!

Postby foghorn » April 14th 2016, 4:49pm

Bump.

Discuss.
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Re: It's been awhile so AWKSHUN!!

Postby bedlam » April 14th 2016, 7:12pm

Lovely watch...GLWS
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Re: It's been awhile so AWKSHUN!!

Postby tiktok » April 14th 2016, 7:46pm

52, if it breaks where do I get this hi beat fixed?
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Re: It's been awhile so AWKSHUN!!

Postby foghorn » April 15th 2016, 4:12am

tiktok wrote:52, if it breaks where do I get this hi beat fixed?




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Re: It's been awhile so AWKSHUN!!

Postby Mark1 » April 15th 2016, 4:34pm

How much to ship to Uzbekistan bump.
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Re: It's been awhile so AWKSHUN!!

Postby foghorn » April 16th 2016, 4:41am

11 to go with advantage tikker
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Re: It's been awhile so AWKSHUN!!

Postby foghorn » April 16th 2016, 1:44pm

:o
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Re: It's been awhile so AWKSHUN!!

Postby NorthCountry » April 16th 2016, 3:56pm

53 dollars
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Re: It's been awhile so AWKSHUN!!

Postby foghorn » April 16th 2016, 4:03pm

NorthCountry wrote:53 dollars





Winner!!


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