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    i am looking to trade or sell my spotless 44mm black ip benarus moray hadji. it is powered by a miyota 9015. travel case and polishing cloth along with two extra black spring bars. no other straps other than the original which shows lite use. i looked and looked and can't figure out a fair price. i don't want to cheat anyone especially me. i cant post pictures,only email them, but my description is accurate. any thoughts?

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    Use watch recon to find current listings. It looks like stuff is listed between 350-500 and has sold between 350-450. It looks like the 40/42 mm. It is probably the best place to start for how you will price


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    IMO, 25-30% OF original retail price.

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    Check completed auctions (ebay for example) and/or current listings.
    What does it mean you can't post pictures, only email them ? Everybody can post pics here.....what am I missing seeing your multiple transactions here on Watchuseek ?
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    As Mike suggests, trawl Ebay to get an idea of prices

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    Your best bet is post a for sale add in the main forum and then half heatedly pretend you need help determining the price.
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    What Mike Stuffler says-- if you can't post pictures, the value is effectively zero. I'm not saying you're not being honest, but would you spend $300+ based on a description?
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    Hmmm, sorry, but this reads as a stealth sales ad aimed to maximize exposure.
    If you are looking for ways to benchmark prices - no need to include detailed description of the watch - the recommendation to look at eBay and Watchrecon posts is still applicable.

    Also, no reason not to upload photos - saying photos are avail on request just seems lazy and likely discourages people from bothering.
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    I'm just reading this and that's why I email pictures. Idont know how to or care to learn how to post.

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    If you don't care to learn then I expect people won't care to help you.

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