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    #5031
    any idea how much is the custom tax if i buy online in abroad?

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    #5032
    Quote Originally Posted by mokong22 View Post
    any idea how much is the custom tax if i buy online in abroad?

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    My suggestion is buy abroad if you are there and wear it with you when going home. Or you can just get from a local dealer. You are surely going to pay a big amount in taxes and duties if you have it sent here via a courier.

    Simple example - our colleagues from Sydney sent us a network router worth around 1k USD via Fedex. When it arrived, the customs duties and taxes amounted to around 15k.

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    #5033
    Quote Originally Posted by jut703 View Post
    Straight lugs, no crown guard (same case as FOIS). Different movement (861/1861 vs 321).

    Para lang yan Submariner/GMT na iba iba kulay, iba iba presyo.[emoji23]

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    So it looks like they've found yet another way to milk the Speedy. 🙄

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    Quote Originally Posted by Wh1stl3r View Post
    So it looks like they've found yet another way to milk the Speedy. [emoji849]
    There will always be followers. Hehehe


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    #5035
    Quote Originally Posted by Egan101 View Post
    There will always be followers. Hehehe


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    Nice to have the original 321 movement that made history but at the price they're charging vs the 1861?

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    #5036
    Quote Originally Posted by Egan101 View Post
    My suggestion is buy abroad if you are there and wear it with you when going home. Or you can just get from a local dealer. You are surely going to pay a big amount in taxes and duties if you have it sent here via a courier.

    Simple example - our colleagues from Sydney sent us a network router worth around 1k USD via Fedex. When it arrived, the customs duties and taxes amounted to around 15k.
    thanks sa suggestion sir, yan din iniisip ko baka mapamahal pa ako sa custom tax pag pina daan ko sa fedex courier ang watch.

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    #5037
    Quote Originally Posted by Wh1stl3r View Post
    Nice to have the original 321 movement that made history but at the price they're charging vs the 1861?
    Di kita pipigilan kung bibili ka nyan. Ako, kahit yung 1861 masaya na ako doon.

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    #5038
    Quote Originally Posted by Egan101 View Post
    The article in Hodinkee states a 55-hour power reserve.

    Introducing: The Omega Speedmaster Caliber 321 'Ed White' In Stainless Steel - HODINKEE

    13k USD is too much a price to ask but they did say this is a limited edition.

    I am also hoping to get my hands a pre-owned Moonwatch. It is easier to find and also more affordable compared to a pre-owned Navitimer.
    thats an impressive powerreserve from many years back. even today it is still good. Thanks for the link

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    #5039
    Quote Originally Posted by StockEngine View Post
    thats an impressive powerreserve from many years back. even today it is still good. Thanks for the link
    Do you want a long power reserve at a much lower cost? Look at Tissot's and Certina's Powermatic models as they have an 80-hour power reserve. Hamilton also has the H50 (80 hours) and H21 (60 hours) movement available on some of their automatic watches.

    My Longines Hydroconquest with the L888 caliber has a 60+ power reserve and with an accuracy between +3 to +5 daily.

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    #5040
    Quote Originally Posted by Egan101 View Post
    Do you want a long power reserve at a much lower cost? Look at Tissot's and Certina's Powermatic models as they have an 80-hour power reserve. Hamilton also has the H50 (80 hours) and H21 (60 hours) movement available on some of their automatic watches.

    My Longines Hydroconquest with the L888 caliber has a 60+ power reserve and with an accuracy between +3 to +5 daily.
    Interesting movements, i'll have to bookmark them for later study.

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