SOLD: Tudor Black Bay-blue

SOLD: Tudor Black Bay-blue

Postby biglove » July 31st 2015, 3:04pm

It appears that the WITless are amok on eBay. Overrun with lowball offers on my blue Black Bay and one dumb bastard got shitty when I refused his third lowball and told him that I wouldn't sell him the watch if my kids were starving.

So...

SOLD to a WUS.

Is the full kit with bracelet, never resized, purchased from an AD in Hong Kong in February, 2015. Has the tiniest of dings on the outer bezel edge at 1 o'clock, desk diver clasp marks.

Trade value is ~$2500. Interested in Omega, Breitling, Rolex, Tudor, Seiko MM and maybe others. The Maurice Lacroix Pontos gives me wood, too. Trade +/- $ is possible and outside CONUS is, too.

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Re: WTT: Tudor Black Bay-blue

Postby SaoGage » July 31st 2015, 3:07pm

dud i kno wut ur problem is, invicktuh maykes allmost the same wartch four like $100 bux on sale frum liek $5999 bux. i don kno wut "Twodoors" is neway
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Re: WTT: Tudor Black Bay-blue

Postby biglove » August 1st 2015, 1:01pm

Weekend bump!
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Re: WTT: Tudor Black Bay-blue

Postby conjurer » August 1st 2015, 4:17pm

It's a shame you couldn't work out a deal with dirtnap, BL. You probably could have got a bunch of back issues of Swank that he swiped from under his dad's mattress.
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Re: WTT: Tudor Black Bay-blue

Postby biglove » August 2nd 2015, 4:49am

conjurer wrote:It's a shame you couldn't work out a deal with dirtnap, BL. You probably could have got a bunch of back issues of Swank that he swiped from under his dad's mattress.


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Re: WTT: Tudor Black Bay-blue

Postby biglove » August 6th 2015, 7:13pm

Sweet, Jeebus!

No Tudor love out there?

Bumpus...
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Re: WTT: Tudor Black Bay-blue

Postby conjurer » August 6th 2015, 7:16pm

biglove wrote:Sweet, Jeebus!

No Tudor love out there?

Bumpus...


Alas, Loafington, trades of a watch of this quality are probably pretty rare. I'd go with a straight sale, if not here then at WUS. It'd probably be less of a headache. Just my two cents.
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Re: WTT: Tudor Black Bay-blue

Postby biglove » August 6th 2015, 8:23pm

conjurer wrote:
biglove wrote:Sweet, Jeebus!

No Tudor love out there?

Bumpus...


Alas, Loafington, trades of a watch of this quality are probably pretty rare. I'd go with a straight sale, if not here then at WUS. It'd probably be less of a headache. Just my two cents.


I ran it for a few days at WUS then on eBay. Even on eBay the WIT sorts kept sending lowball offers and were full of butthurt. Actually blocked four of the assclowns from even bidding on eBay due to their stupidity. Wasn't any better at WUS. Will either keep it until a worthy trade comes up or sell it through consignment with my jeweler.

eBay outtake...

"I can pay you 1900 using pay-pal. If you want to sell today... Thanks!!!"
"Well, couldn't you give me a break if I paid you directly through pay-pal for 2100 saving you the 235.00 fee on ebay?"
These were just two of the six lowball offers he emailed me.

My response, "Not even if my kids were starving...Since you have made low-ball offers, have repeatedly attempted to purchase this watch outside of eBay, no, I won't call you.
And as a precaution, I have blocked you from ever bidding on anything I sell. Sorry, but the eBay rules are here for a reason. Good day..."


The dickhead's response, excuse the lack of punctuation, spelling and sentence structure, "Please don't email me anymore! You said what you had to say. But you are not talking to the help sir, I made you an offer you declined, should have been the end of it! They didn't make that watch sir and stop making them. You are a very sad man that start conflict with people you don't no! You didn't have to send me these emails if you felt that way you should have just block me and let that be the end of it. Your heart is filled with so much hate that I'm glad i didn't buy the watch because coming from you it has to have bad energy tide to it! I want stoop down to your level because you can never see me in this life nor the next. Find yourself a toy to play with BOY and don't you ever address me in such a matter again!!!!


Then this turdsucker... http://watchintyme.com/user/497
Shithole Nando from WIT, "Haven't you been trying to sell this watch before? I seen it some time in the past. Whats the best price you can let this one go for?"

These are just a couple of examples of the eBay attempt.
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Re: WTT: Tudor Black Bay-blue

Postby Mortuus » August 6th 2015, 8:36pm

conjurer wrote:
biglove wrote:Sweet, Jeebus!

No Tudor love out there?

Bumpus...


Alas, Loafington, trades of a watch of this quality are probably pretty rare. I'd go with a straight sale, if not here then at WUS. It'd probably be less of a headache. Just my two cents.

"Loafington." I like it. Father of the Nation, General of the Continental Armies, Jeorge Loafington...

Or, perhaps, the little known "Battle of Loafington." Fought by a bunch of lazy asses on both sides of the map...

And then there was the USS LOAFINGTON, tragically lost at the Battle of Halfway...

(Sorry for hijacking your thread, loaf, but when the Muse of Bad Puns speaks tummy, it's hord tuh stawp...yessir!)
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Re: WTT: Tudor Black Bay-blue

Postby biglove » August 6th 2015, 8:54pm

Mortuus wrote:
conjurer wrote:
biglove wrote:Sweet, Jeebus!

No Tudor love out there?

Bumpus...


Alas, Loafington, trades of a watch of this quality are probably pretty rare. I'd go with a straight sale, if not here then at WUS. It'd probably be less of a headache. Just my two cents.

"Loafington." I like it. Father of the Nation, General of the Continental Armies, Jeorge Loafington...

Or, perhaps, the little known "Battle of Loafington." Fought by a bunch of lazy asses on both sides of the map...

And then there was the USS LOAFINGTON, tragically lost at the Battle of Halfway...

(Sorry for hijacking your thread, loaf, but when the Muse of Bad Puns speaks tummy, it's hord tuh stawp...yessir!)


Fully acceptable! :)
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Re: WTT: Tudor Black Bay-blue

Postby conjurer » August 6th 2015, 10:11pm

I understand fully, Loafmeier. A hint of how I sell shit on WUS: I basically decide how much I want from the watch, and cut, say, 10 percent off of that. If it's worth more to me than that, I don't put it up for sale.

Anyway, I'll go ahead and post it at the absolute lowest price I'll accept, which is, assuming I don't want to keep it, is a bit below street price. Obviously, I don't know how much you want for the Tudor to be happy, or Made Whole, as they say.

Generally, the absolute lowest price thing works for me. Usually I'll sell within 24 hours, and generally less. I get motivated buyers who are falling over themselves to make the deal, and the deal's done. I get payment, I ship, and that's that.

Now, I know I probably leave a little money on the table, but on the bright side, I don't have to deal with assholes who either want to lowball me or tire-kick with endless questions. I know guys will bump for weeks and finally get the right buyer, but this works for me.

Again, just my two cents. GLWS.
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