Up for your consideration is a brand new Omega Planet Ocean Liquidmetal Limited Edition watch (Model No : 18.104.22.168.01.001) numbering #16xx/1948.
The watch was purchased at full MSRP from an Omega boutique in Singapore and comes complete with the box, warranty card, certificate of authenticity, watch tag, etc. (as pictured in the photos below). This is the last piece in the country and probably the last in the region. I bought the watch with the intention to resell to any member who may be interested considering that the boutique doesn't ship international and this model is almost impossible to find new in any store. For my effort, I get to keep the freebies that came with it (i.e. a loupe and a couple of magazines).
The watch is brand new and the bracelet has not been resized or worn. All protective stickers are intact and have not been removed (except for the one on the crystal for the purposes of photography).
Oddly enough, the boutique forgot to date the warranty card. I will leave it to the buyer to fill it in. The watch was purchased on 20-June-2012 and comes with 3-year international Omega warranty. A copy of the receipt will be provided.
Naturally, I prefer to deal with a fellow Malaysian as face-to-face transaction is always best but am willing to ship international seeing that we have members from all over the world on this forum.
I am asking USD5,850 all in for it, which is essentially the price I paid for the watch plus the cost of international FedEx economy shipping (Note : Buyer to pay any custom fees that may be applicable). This price is via wire transfer. I am willing to accept Paypal if buyer is willing to foot the 3% fees.
Although, I am rather new to this forum and have only completed a couple of trades here, I do have a solid track record on ebay as well as "safe trader" status on a local trading forum which I have been a member of since 2003. I am open to reference checks and will expect the potential buyer to furnish the same.
I think I covered all bases but if you have any questions, feel free to pop me a message. Here are plenty of photos to feast your eyes on (for security reasons, I have masked the serial number).