too good to be true?

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    Question too good to be true?

    I found this watch on ebay for $430 is it possible it is authentic? should i buy?

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    Re: too good to be true?

    I can't say for certain, but at that price it's unlikely to be genuine, unless it's used. Oris makes pretty good watches, and I believe the one pictured is a TT3, which usually sells for somewhere closer to $800-$1000 on the bracelet. Of course, I'm not an Oris expert, so my general, generic advice is to check the seller's feedback, read whatever negative comments there might be and check the completed listings to see what the normal selling price is. That should give you some idea on whether this is a good buy or not. It might help to ask over in the Oris forum; those guys will have much more knowledge than I do.

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    Re: too good to be true?

    You have listed what the bid is at, not what the selling price will be. That seller has pretty good feedback, but there is still several days to go....price will not stay where it is, and will be determined in the final seconds of the auction.

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