Well, two questions I suppose. I recently found a G-Shock MTG910DA on eBay. The seller has quite good feedback, and though I could find little on here about them, what I did find was good. I was curious about the coloring of the actual watch they had for sale, as the pics included were at least partially stock photos(I think...I could be wrong, I saw the exact same photo in another persons sale, but maybe they snatched it from my seller) and sent them an email expressing interest and included a question about the coloring of the specific watch they were selling. You see there are several variations on this G-Shock and two of the mare very similar. A matter of dark grey vs black, and a blue G vs a subdued looking G on the bottom of the face.
I looked around myself and I have seen the model number MTG910DA-1v attached to both versions and I do not know which is which. At any rate, I got a response back quite quickly, but it consisted of pretty much "go type the moidel number into Google and you can see loads of pics and get a bunch of information on the watch". As I have already done so, this was of no help. I also noticed that they raised the price of the watch by $10.
So, I am just curious. Would this bother anyone? Should this affect my buying from them? Is it indicative of what I may or may not deal with if I had to return the watch or exchange it? I'm not sure how I feel, really. They may have been trying to help and thought they answered my question. On the other hand, they may have just couldn't be bothered with me and fobbed me off with a go look at other photos of the watch message.
What do you think?