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    New sea-gull picture

    Hi everybody
    I am watchwing,today I send some sea-gull watch photoes on this forums.
    ADOSANTOS ask me buy this sea-gull watch for him,so I take them,then share the photoes here.
    I hope you like this watch,if anybody want to buy sea-gull watches,you can contact with me,I can buy them for you.
    Thank you.






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    Re: New sea-gull picture

    How much did you pay for it? Just want to find out how much discount did you get from the display retail price.

    Regrads.

    Mike

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    Re: New sea-gull picture

    That's a real beauty, nice catch!

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    Re: New sea-gull picture

    The Seagull is nice. However, OP has a website that sells Rolex and Omega for $200...

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    Re: New sea-gull picture

    i like sea-gull, really. a lot.
    i like their traditional watches A LOT.
    can't afford one, but i can drool over them.
    but this skeleton. eh.
    words can't describe the disgusting disappointment i feel for this hideous excuse of a skeletonized watch. you'd have to see my face to understand.
    it just looks SO CHEAP. what's with the little curly engravings? are they trying to copy the movement decorations of the finer swiss watches? why? it just looks CHEAP!
    here

    i wish they would leave it plain, polished, and clean. those little diddies just distract from how nice the rest of it looks.

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    Re: New sea-gull picture

    I feel ya. Maybe it's because those same engravings end up on much cheaper skeleton watches, too?

    I like a utilitarian look, myself. Build quality looks very nice, though. Lots of attention to detail.

    2 questions:
    Are the screws in the lugs real or decorative?
    Are the skeletonized hands hard to read against the skeletonized movement?


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    Re: New sea-gull picture

    the screws could be real, they do look it.

    and yes the hands are hard to read.

    and i just ebayed a bunch of skeleton Omegas, Vacheron-Constantin, and others...
    THOSE are some sexy skeletons.
    and affordable, too.
    some of them are only 150 up.

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    Re: New sea-gull picture

    Why would you buy fake swiss watches and then complain about a genuine Chinese watch? Taste is different and I agree it is a little too much.

    Quote Originally Posted by watch_art View Post
    the screws could be real, they do look it.

    and yes the hands are hard to read.

    and i just ebayed a bunch of skeleton Omegas, Vacheron-Constantin, and others...
    THOSE are some sexy skeletons.
    and affordable, too.
    some of them are only 150 up.
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