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I want a blue Sumo badly, but have to pay Bob. However the Samurai, blue titanium, is really growing on me and not bad for 300 bux. The green dial Alpinist is added to the wants list now.
Last edited by MichaelPedersen; September 23rd, 2008 at 04:46.
The SBDD003 from their site will end up saving me $100.
Well, I jumped in..... I ordered a SUMO from Chino Watch last night.
First let me say that I lobbed a general email to the website just to see what sort of response I got. Here is what I got back:
This is web master Makoto Ghino.
Thank you for your attention to us.
We are authorized dealer of SEIKO since1905.
Do not worry about garantee and original box and handle brandnew watch only.
Also we can publish international garantee card of SEIKO with our authorized number.
Your first question of Total amount of
SBBN007 and SBDC001 will be 888USD with
ship and H/C.
These are in stock now.
We are looking for your INTRENATIONAL order soon.
Thank you again and
Have a good time with your fine watches.
Going through their "order process" you enter a bunch of information like name, address, etc etc..... then you hit "submit(or whatever they have listed)" and I got an error page. Within 2-3 minutes I had a response email that said "we got your order please wait while we process it and send you instructions on how to pay". Kind of weird.... but when you fill out that first form I mentioned you don't give them ANY payment information so I wasn't worried. THen, within about 5 hours I got an email from them that was very nice and personal but half english and half Japanese. There was a link to paypal so I clicked it. It was indeed an invoice and again had a lot of Japanese on it. I was easily able to make my way through the process and get a confirmation that my payment was submitted. Then I went to bed. When I work up this morning I had recieved an email that my watch had already been shipped and I should have it within 5-6 days.
I will re-post once I get the watch.
All in all I would confidentally order from Chino Watch again. No worries at all for me.
I'm sorry did you quote that accurately? US$888 for a Sumno???
Correct... SUMO AND TUNA.... $444 each..... I wimped out on the Tuna.
Oh I see now. for a second there I thought I was seeing things. That's actually a bit below market. Not bad. one question though, how have these gusy been AD's since 1908? I thought Seiko only sold clocks in those days. any one know for sure?
I can thoroughly recommend them ........C- Watch are also a great source for original Seiko spares.
I have added them to our list of recommended Japan based sellers of Japan market models.
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