Gucci 9045m Bi-Metal w/ slate dial from 1998

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    Gucci 9045m Bi-Metal w/ slate dial from 1998

    Hi all,

    First post so a lot to learn, please be gentle!

    I recently decided I'd like a new watch. I have had a Gucci for many years but I find I just dont wear it as often as I perhaps should. It's a 9045m with a slate dial and the original receipt describes it as bi-metal. I'm presume parts of it are gold but I am not sure how to tell for sure. I have only found one picture of it online so I dont think its a common model which could be a good or bad thing. It's very well made but no Patek thats for sure.

    Since I dont wear it, is this a keeper, or should I move it on in part-ex against a new watch?

    Over to the experts.

    Many thanks.

    PS. Saw an ebay auction where one of these went for £70 (UK Pounds)...seems extremely low for any genuine swiss made watch?
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    Re: Gucci 9045m Bi-Metal w/ slate dial from 1998

    If gold there has to be a hallmark. No hallmark no gold. According to what I read it is a plated one, was available at Gucci shop at New Bond Street for 695. a bit steep methinks. Fot that I could easily get a mechanical swiss made watch.

    Btw. Lots of pics on the www as well bi-color as ss and with different dial colours.
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    Re: Gucci 9045m Bi-Metal w/ slate dial from 1998

    Quote Originally Posted by stuffler,mike View Post
    If gold there has to be a hallmark. No hallmark no gold. According to what I read it is a plated one, was available at Gucci shop at New Bond Street for 695. a bit steep methinks. Fot that I could easily get a mechanical swiss made watch.

    Btw. Lots of pics on the www as well bi-color as ss and with different dial colours.
    Thanks Mike,

    I feel a bit silly for buying it originally, it does have a quality look to it though and I was 18, back in 1998, what did I know. Come to think of it, I only know better now after spending time on the forum! lol.

    I guess it's virtually worthless. I'll hold on to it for nostalgia then :)

    Cheers.

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