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    Crazy story about a dw5600c

    Just received a dw5600c in the post...i had won it on an ebay auction earlier in the week.it was in immaculate condition and was correctly described by the seller....sounds pretty normal hey?

    Well it would be but the only thing is...this is my old watch that i sold to this seller in 2007 !

    Ive just bought my old watch back 3 years later.ive checked my ebay history,and the sellers feedback too...and there you go ..sold my dw5600c to this buyer in june 2007 !

    Luckily the watch was as it used to be,he probably never wore it much

    some things in life always have a way of returning back to you...so if you sell a dud,it might find its way back to you.
    Luckily i dont sell duds

    im now planning to keep this baby,and wont be tempted to sell it.thats what i say now...but who knows hey?

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    Re: Crazy story about a dw5600c

    Quote Originally Posted by dean0070_8, View Post
    Just received a dw5600c in the post...i had won it on an ebay auction earlier in the week.it was in immaculate condition and was correctly described by the seller....sounds pretty normal hey?

    Well it would be but the only thing is...this is my old watch that i sold to this seller in 2007 !

    Ive just bought my old watch back 3 years later.ive checked my ebay history,and the sellers feedback too...and there you go ..sold my dw5600c to this buyer in june 2007 !

    Luckily the watch was as it used to be,he probably never wore it much

    some things in life always have a way of returning back to you...so if you sell a dud,it might find its way back to you.
    Luckily i dont sell duds

    im now planning to keep this baby,and wont be tempted to sell it.thats what i say now...but who knows hey?
    interesting....
    So did you buy it back at a higher price? how much did it go up for the past 2 years?

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    Re: Crazy story about a dw5600c

    Hi,i got it alot cheaper...there are loads of good deals on the bay at the mo.

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    Re: Crazy story about a dw5600c

    You have a story behind the watch now.

    It is worth more than the watch now.
    The MTG is retired and the 5600 too. Right now, the only working G-Shocks that I use and enjoy are the Riseman GW9200-1 and the GW6900-1

    If I can own a Rolex Submariner I would. I know they are tough too, their homages are tough. Trust me.

    G-Shock MTG930DA-8V, G-Shock GW-5600J-1. G-Shock Riseman GW9200-1, G-Shock GW6900-1


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    Re: Crazy story about a dw5600c

    Cheers...i could not believe it .its got one shorter bezel screw than the others so when i removed the bezel to give it a polish,i remembered it.then i checked my feedback on ebay,and there it was.june 2007...same buyer.

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    Re: Crazy story about a dw5600c

    So you effectively shorted a DW-5600C? Kudos! Congrats on the repo of your watch, it's a keeper.

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    Re: Crazy story about a dw5600c

    It's destiny, plain and simple. You and your watch were never meant to be separated for long. A priceless story worth keeping along with a worthy watch.
    Last edited by Bogeyman; December 11th, 2009 at 18:31.
    DW-9051/2
    G-9200 Riseman
    G-9100 Gulfman
    G-9000MC-8D Mudman
    GW5600J
    GA-100A-9A

    Sucks to be without a G.

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    Re: Crazy story about a dw5600c

    Quote Originally Posted by dean0070_8, View Post
    some things in life always have a way of returning back to you...
    Funny how that happens. We bought a car once, last owner had been in London somewhere. When I got it home and looked through the service history properly, there was an invoice in there with my address on! Five years earlier it had been owned by a previous owner of our house.

    Coincidences like that happen just often enough to make me question whether they are coincidences...
    'I never done it'

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    Re: Crazy story about a dw5600c

    Great story
    Current G's:
    GW-9200J-1 Riseman
    DW-004ASJ-8AT (stealthed)
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    Re: Crazy story about a dw5600c

    What caseback version Japan ?
    Great story. What are the odds.
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